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Scandal of Muslim Sex Gangs Left To Prey On Children in West Yorkshire

Ann Cryer, the former MP for Keighley has once again spoke out against the widespread grooming of white schoolgirls by gangs of  Muslims in West Yorkshire. She has been 1 of the few people in office to have actually had the guts to stand up and tell the truth about these paedo Muslim sex gangs. She points the finger at the authorities constant failure to act for fear of being called racist and upsetting community relations, for the currant situation were now in where the Muslim nonces think they can have a free rein to use and abuse white schoolgirls as they see fit. Her successor  as MP for Keighley has also been very vocal against the Muslim grooming gangs which would suggest its been going on for years with nothing done and is still rife in West Yorkshire. Most likely rife in any town with a large amount of Muslims.

See Muslim paedo/grooming map of Britain for an idea of the size of the problem

Scandal of Asian sex gangs left to prey on children in West Yorkshire

Published on Saturday 2 February 2013 18:05

Video can be seen here 

GANGS of Asian men were allowed to prey on vulnerable young white girls for years in Yorkshire because authorities were “terrified of being called racist”, a former MP has said in a dramatic committee hearing in Westminster.

Ann Cryer, who was MP for Keighley for 13 years before stepping down in 2010, said there had been a total failure by police, social services, schools and hospitals in West Yorkshire to work together to address evidence of child sex exploitation which emerged a decade ago.

“There has to be inter-agency working – and that wasn’t happening then,” Ms Cryer told MPs last night.

“The West Yorkshire Police, Bradford local authority, social services, schools, even hospitals – because abortions were taking place – none of them were working together. None of them were giving information.

“I feel pretty convinced that at that time, there was a fear of being called racist.”

Child sex exploitation has become a burning issue over the past 12 months following a series of high-profile court cases, many of them involving gangs of British-Pakistani men.

Newspaper reports exposed cases of girls being sexually exploited in Rotherham, while a high-profile ring in Rochdale was found to have links across West Yorkshire.

Parliament’s Home Affairs Committee has launched an investigation, and at a hearing last night the scale of the issue was revealed by chairman Keith Vaz.

“We’ve had figures from the Deputy Children’s Commissioner that shows in her view there are 16,500 children at risk, and 2,409 who’ve been sexually exploited over a 14-month period,” Mr Vaz said. “They sound to us to be phenomenally high figures.”

Ms Cryer’s successor as the MP for Keighley, Kris Hopkins, insisted the issue is now being dealt with properly by the police, and told the committee there are “ongoing cases” of child exploitation in the Bradford district – adding that “30 people have been arrested in the last two months”.

But when Ms Cryer first raised the issue back in 2003, having been contacted by several worried mothers in her constituency, she felt something of a lone voice.

“It was one of those things that wasn’t really talked about,” she said.

The former Labour MP told the committee she always knew it would be a difficult subject to raise because of the sensitivities involved – but felt she had no choice but to speak out.

“If I had a terrific concern of being called racist, I wouldn’t have done it,” she said.

“I didn’t allow it to get in my way of taking care of and doing right by some very vulnerable, very young girls – we’re talking about ages 11 to 13.”

She added: “I have three grandchildren who are half-Indian, and another grandchild who is half-African. It would have upset me if anyone had called me a racist – but I wasn’t going to let that
get in the way of protecting children.”

But for the local authorities in West Yorkshire 10 years ago, she said, the picture seemed different.

“It didn’t make sense, the lack of activity – particularly by Bradford social services and West Yorkshire Police,” Ms Cryer said. “I formed the opinion that they were terrified about being called racist.”

Committee member David Winnick described older men who exploit young teenage girls for sex as “degenerate and criminal”, and said “the sooner they face justice, the better it will be for all concerned.” But Ms Cryer said she felt there was a broader cultural issue in the way that some young British-Pakistani men view white girls.

“They take great pride in their girls, and how their girls are very careful in the way they dress and are always covered in some way –and then they see the other side of the situation,” she said.

“Young white girls, as young as 12 or 13, where their cleavage is almost meeting their hemline.

“And I don’t think these lads understand this is just part and parcel of fashion. It isn’t that they’re throwing out an invitation to them.

“Somebody, somewhere needs to get this over to them.”

She made clear that the vast majority of Bradford’s Asian communities are disgusted by such

cases.

“It’s bringing shame on their community, and they are very embarrassed about it,” she said.

“They regard these young men as completely beyond the pale.

“Perhaps it’s unfortunate that they’re thinking they are also beyond their influence.”

Mr Hopkins said local authorities must take action, but that “the most powerful voices” need to be women within the Asian communities. He said he has already spoken with Home Secretary Theresa May about a project to help Asian women find a stronger voice.

“Mums, grandmas, future mums in those families need to be empowered,” he said.

“I’ve spoken to the Home Secretary, I’m about to see (Communities Secretary) Eric Pickles, and what I want to try and do is

get women empowered in that community, and really become the voice in that community and the challenge to these young men.”

Mr Hopkins also paid tribute to Ms Cryer’s “absolutely rigorous” efforts to expose the issue.

Mr Vaz told her recent events were “almost a total vindication of what you’ve been saying since 2003”.

But Ms Cryer said: “I have mixed emotions. I’m please people are recognising that what I was saying was right. But I’m also very upset that after all these years, we’re still getting these cases.”

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30 Men From Bradford Have Been Arrested in Last 2 Months For Child Grooming Says MP

After the disgraceful scandals recently in Rochdale and Rotherham, where the authorities failed to stamp out the serious problem with Muslim grooming gangs targeting white schoolgirls for fear of being branded racist.The Commons Home Affairs Select Committee,  has started an inquiry into child grooming and sexual exploitation.

Kris Hopkins, the Conservative MP for Keighley and Ilkley was 1 of the MP’s to address them. In the past Mr Hopkins has been 1 of the few people with the balls to stand up and speak about this being a big problem in the Muslim community. Last year he caused a bit of controversy in parliament when he claimed gangs of Muslim men were “going round and raping white kids”, fuelled by a cultural background that encouraged brutal sexism against all women. Naturally he upset the very sensitive Muslims of Britain which isnt very hard to do as they  cant handle any kind of criticism even when it the truth like he said.

During his speech to the inquiry he stated that the days police fail to act because of political correctness are gone and that 30 people  have been arrested in the space of two months in the Bradford area by police investigating child sex grooming,

Yes it might say police are no longer scared now to arrest  Muslims for their evil crimes in fear of being branded racist. But what it does show is that its still all being handled in a hush hush kind of way. Keep it quiet and out of the press like they did with the Rochdale case at 1st.  Keep community relations with Muslims from being damaged. Keep the patriot groups who have been highlighting these Muslim sex crimes in the dark. The less those who campaign against Islam know the better because  that will mean no EDL or whoever protesting over it. No Muslims will have to put up with hearing infidels criticise or blame their Islamic brethren and its 1 thing less for them to cry about. The Muslim community can continue pretending its not a problem. All in the name of community cohesion.

I dont know about anybody else but i personally think 30 arrested in 2 months is not big news its massive news and should be on the front page of every paper. You only have to say boo to a Muslim and make them jump its all over the press with the poor muzzie playing the victim. I mean a look on BBC News main page and you see the headline = Family quits Bingham after anti-Muslim attacks . For all the possible news worthy things out the whole of England that are not included  yet this story is, you might assume the KKK have turned up at their front door burning crosses wanting to lynch them or something equally disturbing.

Nope nothing remotely as serious. A 13 year old boy painted racist graffiti on their path and called them names. Now their that scared they are moving out. I wouldnt mind but it not even just happened.In December  the same story was in the headlines then. Now because they want to move it makes national news again even if it is the BBC who are known Muslim appeasers

House of Commons inquiry hears from MP Kris Hopkins

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Thirty people have been arrested in the space of two months in the Bradford area by police investigating child sex grooming, an inquiry by MPs was told yesterday.

Kris Hopkins, the Conservative MP for Keighley and Ilkley, said the crackdown – revealed to him, by the police – showed the days when alleged “political correctness” made the authorities reluctant to act were gone.

Arguing it was impossible to say whether child grooming was increasing, or on the decline, he told the inquiry: “It’s highlighted now – people have the confidence to come forward and the police are pursuing people.

“Across the Bradford district, at this moment in time, 30 people have been arrested in the last two months and there are ongoing cases.”

“I’ve no doubt at all that the police – certainly the police who work in my area – know what’s expected by the law and by politicians as well.”

Praising Chief Superintendent Angela Williams, commander of the Airedale and North Bradford division, Mr Hopkins said: “There’s no political correctness. Leaders in the district want those perpetrators of this vile activity brought to justice.”

The MP was speaking to the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, which has started an inquiry into child grooming, after scandals in Rochdale and Rotherham.

In November, Mr Hopkins triggered a furious row when he claimed gangs of Muslim men were “going round and raping white kids”, fuelled by a cultural background that encouraged brutal sexism against all women.

Yesterday, the MP urged the Pakistani community to “come to terms” with the problem, telling the committee that Pakistani women were the key.

Mr Hopkins said he had met Home Secretary Theresa May – and would soon meet Communities Secretary Eric Pickles – adding: “I want to get women empowered in that community. Young leaders, to really become the voice in that community, and really challenge the behaviour of men.”

The inquiry also heard from Ann Cryer, the former Keighley and Ilkley Labour MP, who spoke out against sex abuse by a minority of Pakistani men in Keighley a decade ago – a campaign which resulted in her being branded a racist. Yesterday, Mrs Cryer noted the lack of action, back in 2002, by police and council social services, saying: “It seemed they were terrified about being called racist.”

The former MP said she had “mixed emotions” about discussing the issue so many years later, telling MPs: “I am pleased that people recognise that what I was saying was right. But I’m very upset that – after 12 years, or 11 years – we are still getting these cases.”

A West Yorkshire Police spokesman later confirmed the figure given by Mr Hopkins of 30 arrests in the Bradford area was correct. He said they were as a result of a number of different investigations, but declined to comment on the nature of the investigations. He said all 30 people had been released on police bail and that no charges had yet been brought against any of them.

Last night, Councillor Ralph Berry, executive member for children’s services at Bradford Council, said tackling sexual grooming was a top priority and there was a ‘very effective operation’ going on.

He said: “I’m fully behind the partnership between Bradford Social Services, the police and Barnardo’s in working to tackle any sexual grooming by anyone on anyone.”