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Dear #MeToo Chicks: Why The Silence Over The Rape Of These Girls By This Religion?

This massive story doesn’t fit the narrative. That’s why it’s being kept hidden.

The #MeToo and #TimesUp feminists claim that it’s not about them — they just want to stop the sexual abuse of all women.

Really?

Why haven’t they been talking about the seemingly rampant grooming gangs in the United Kingdom?

The horrific incidents of Southeast Asian and Middle Eastern Muslim ‘grooming gangs’ are being ignored despite the abuse of hundreds of women and girls. In Telford, there are as many as 1,000 girls and young women over a 40 year period that were drugged, beaten, raped, forced into prostitution and forced to to take abortion pills multiple times a week. In Rotherham, it was at least 1400 children that were abused by Pakistani men, but the police kept it quiet from politicians. The police in South York denies that they were reluctant to tackle child sexual abuse or that ‘ethnic origin had been a factor.’

To be fair, it’s making waves now, but back in May of 2017, Tommy Robinson was arrested for reporting on a Muslim gang rape trial.

ClashDaily covered his arrest here:

BREAKING: Tommy Robinson Arrested For REPORTING On Muslim Gang Rape Trial

It’s apparently something that folks in the U.K. aren’t keen to discuss.

The Mirror reported that two whistleblowers were punished for trying to expose the sex abuse ring.

Two whistleblowers were punished for trying to expose Britain’s worst child abuse scandal which affected up to 1,000 girls for 40 years, the Mirror can reveal today.

A Labour MP last night joined calls for a public inquiry after girls as young as 11 were lured from families to be drugged, beaten and raped in an epidemic that, say victims, continues today.

Three were murdered and two others died in tragedies linked to the scandal.

As our case histories show, many were ignored after reporting rapes to police.

But, despite similar high-profile cases in Rochdale and Rotherham, authorities in Telford ­did nothing for years to stop the horrific abuse network exposed yesterday by The Sunday Mirror.

Source: The Mirror

Why aren’t the women of #MeToo and #TimesUp in Telford showing support for these victims of abuse?

Several reasons.

They’re working class girls, so they’re not as important as the multi-millionaire actresses that flaunt their ta-tas in movies then complain when a man makes a move because he thinks they might be willing to sleep with him to advance their career.

Watch the Member of Parliament for Telford, Lucy Allen:

The very same newspapers that covered, at length and over many days, news that Kate Maltby’s knee may or may not have been touched by Damian Green or that Michael Fallon attempted to kiss Jane Merrick, were unable to muster up the same level of outrage for young women in Telford.

Perhaps the women of Telford are simply the wrong kind of victim. #MeToo prefers its victims to be posh. Jane Merrick was lunching in an expensive Westminster restaurant when Fallon attempted to kiss her. Kate Maltby’s wealthy and well-connected family has not held her career back. The glamorous celebrities who adorned the cover of Time magazine and were praised for being ‘silence-breakers’ wore dresses costing more than the average annual salary of a Telford resident.

And then there are the perperators.

It goes against everything ‘multicultural’ to suggest that perhaps there’s something wrong with a culture that seems to have no problem with this behavior.

Remember, ‘Asian’ in the U.K. doesn’t mean someone that looks like Jackie Chan, it means Indian, Pakistani, or Middle Eastern.

Or perhaps the Asian men accused of grooming, rape, drug-dealing, murder and paedophilia are simply the wrong kind of perpetrator. #MeToo prefers the accused to be powerful white men: think Harvey Weinstein or Conservative cabinet ministers. That abuse might have been carried out by Muslim men disturbs the carefully constructed, intersectional hierarchy and disrupts the narrative of patriarchy. Writers and campaigners are more concerned with potential racism and Islamophobia than with actual sexual assault.

Whether it’s because Telford has the wrong type of victims or the wrong type of perpetrators, the conspiracy of silence allowed abuse to continue in the town unchecked for decades. According to a council-commissioned report, social workers knew of sexual violence in the late 1990s. In 2016, a whistleblower was suspended from the police force after passing evidence to a newspaper. Another whistleblower was sacked from her post at a counselling service to help sex abuse victims – which received local authority grants.

Watch a discussion about how ‘fear of racism’ may have played a role in not reporting these crimes:

If you don’t think it’s fear of discrimination, watch this exchange in the British House of Lords:

So, when will the #MeToo and #TimesUp gals go to Telford, Oxford, Rotherham, Newcastle, and Rochdale and fight for those pre-pubescent working class girls that are victims of gang rape and threatened into silence?

Will they show up in fancy black gowns and dripping with emralds to support the end of this kind of exploitation?

Or would they more likely denounce the ‘unfair targeting’ of brown-skinned men and call it Islamophobia?

#MeToo and #TimesUp women are so desperate to dismantle the patriarchy by getting awkward flirtation punishable by law that they no longer fight for girls that are actually being raped.

Celebrities and journalists speaking for the #MeToo movement talk of believing the victim and helping other women find a voice. But, tragically, as far as working-class girls in Oxford, Rotherham, Newcastle and now Telford are concerned, not all women are equal. The #MeToo movement demonstrates a nauseating degree of hypocrisy. Worse, it distracts time and resources away from genuine victims of abuse. Last week the MP for Grimsby, Melanie Onn, led a debate in parliament calling for wolf-whistling and catcalling to be classified as misogyny and punished as hate crime. Crusaders like Onn prefer to focus on random whistlers than confront the more difficult issue of gangs of Muslim men targeting working-class girls.

Source: Spiked

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The men and women in law enforcement that serve and protect us are commendable, but the response time means that they don’t get there when the bullets are flying.

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