Blackburn MP Jack Straw and Pendle Tory Andrew Stephenson have backed Children’s Minister Edward Timpson’s call for the Pakistani community to root out paedophiles in its midst……and pigs might fly!!
Its not before time people stood up and told it how it is without pandering to Muslims for fear of being accused of racism or upsetting the ever so sensitive Muslim community. Yet as much as i agree with what the MP’s have said i honestly dont think it will make the slightest bit of difference and will fall upon deaf Muslim ears and denials as usually is the case with any criticisms of Islam or its followers.
Children’s Minister Edward Timpson told the commons,
“in the past there had not been ‘robust investigations’ into such offences because of ‘cultural sensitivities or political correctness’.”
Now were starting to get somewhere with those in a position of authority actually telling the truth about the Muslim grooming epidemic. But it still doesn’t make up for the fact that the Muslim paedophile problem was allowed to fester unchallenged for so long. Time and time I have said that there is no room for political correctness in something as severe as child abuse. Regardless if it upsets the Muslims or adversely effects community cohesion.
No sooner had the respective Blackburn and Pendle MPs said that they agreed the Muslim communities need to start doing more in rooting it out senior Muslim local council members for the area came out with head still buried in the sand comments. Senior Blackburn with Darwen councillor Mohammed Khan said: “This affects all communities.” Pendle Labour group leader Mohammed Iqbal said: “It is unfair to single out the Pakistani community.”
You might as well talk to the brick wall than appeal to the Muslims to do something good for British society in general for once instead of looking out for themselves only. These Islamic apologist comments are by 2 council members who are supposed to represent and look out in the interests of not just the Muslims community but the community as a whole. So what chance have you got of the religious Mullahs, those Muslims that hold the real power and sway of their community to do anything about it.
Why are they going to speak out about something that they don’t see as doing any wrong. Their law is sharia and the Quran which overrides any law of the land in their eyes. The paedophile false prophet Mohammed’s self made law to benefit himself 1500 years ago. The role model to all other Muslims who himself had sex with his 9 year old child bride meaning to say its wrong is to say Islam is wrong. The Quran that is full of hatred and discrimination towards infidels and women. So if the government or anybody thinks the Imams or any other Muslims, are going to report their Islamic brothers for abusing white British schoolgirls who they think deserve it, then they are mad
The only way to eradicate the vile Muslim rape wave on Britain’s children is for the police to have a no holds barred attitude towards it because softly softly appeasing doesn’t work
East Lancs MPs call on Pakistani community to root out paedophiles
2:00pm Friday 22nd March 2013 in News By Bill Jacobs, Local government reporter
BLACKBURN MP Jack Straw and Pendle Tory Andrew Stephenson have backed Children’s Minister Edward Timpson’s call for the Pakistani community to root out paedophiles in its midst.
Mr Timpson told a Commons inquiry into street grooming that in the past there had not been ‘robust investigations’ into such offences because of ‘cultural sensitivities or political correctness’.
He told the Home Affairs Select Committee: “We’ve seen a pattern develop within a minority of some Pakistani communities where there have been particular traits of activity that have continued for far too long without being detected, properly investigated and followed through with a prosecution.”
Mr Straw, who spoke out after the scandal was exposed, said: “Basically he is right. Some parts of the Pakistani community have been in wilful denial about this. In East Lancashire, especially Blackburn with Darwen, we have been more on top of this. I hope things are changing.”
Mr Stephenson said: “The minister is right. There have been horrific cases in East Lancashire and a lot of effort has been spent talking to Imams and teachers. The Pakistani community locally needs to be more ruthless about rooting this out.”
Senior Blackburn with Darwen councillor Mohammed Khan said: “This affects all communities. I think awareness is rising since the Rochdale case and people are more likely to report possible child sex abuse.”
Pendle Labour group leader Mohammed Iqbal said: “It is unfair to single out the Pakistani community. People in the community are now more aware of the tell-tale signs of child abuse so can do more about it.”
Former senior Lancashire detective Mick Gradwell added: “In 2011, Mr Straw’s concerns that some men of Pakistani heritage were involved in the sexual exploitation of vulnerable white teenage girls were given widespread publicity. Since that time the police have put considerable resources into addressing child sexual exploitation. The police in Blackburn and Burnley have developed multi-agency teams that tackle child sexual exploitation.’”
A Lancashire police spokesman said: “Offenders come from many different social and ethnic backgrounds. We recognise in some areas the number of Asian offenders is disproportionate. We have been tackling the issue head on by working with the local communities and visiting mosques.”