As can be seen from this and this on the disaster of ethnic voting fraud in the UK.
In continental Europe, we have things like this, this and this.
And then we have the outrage of children raped and abused by immigrant gangs on an industrial scale in the UK. The full facts on this can be read in Peter McLoughlin’s Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal (New English Review Press, London, 2016), or summarised in these videos:
The fact that the UK police and authorities let this problem go on for years and years because of the fear of being called “racist” or harming “community relations” demonstrates how toxic cultural leftist political correctness and the cult of multiculturalism really are.
Saturday, August 13, 2016
Posted by Lord Keynes at 5:07 AM
Labels: Multiculturalism Failing
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The problem seems more to be "How dare the muslims commit the same crimes we ignore from rich white Britons?" This whole gang seems to have committed crimes about equal to those of Jimmy Savile. But because they are Muslim, the fact that the police and other authorities (who are predominantly right wing) sit on their hands for many such cases is besides the point: it is the fault of the leftists!ReplyDelete
The intellectual contortions required to make this the result of "cultural leftist political correctness"are mind bending. Just who is defending specifically muslim rapists on cultural grounds?
Rubbish. Did you even listen to the videos or make any attempt to look at the evidence?Delete
No, the evidence shows that:
(1) immigrant Muslin men are *disproportionately* involved in this type of horrendous crime of grooming gangs in astoundingly high numbers, as opposed to the native white community where it is low (McLoughlin, Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal, 2016, p. 270). Between 2001 and 2010 the Muslim population of Britain was about 3–5% of the total UK population. If Muslim men were only involved in this crime at the same rate as non-Muslim people, then they should be being convicted at a rate of 3–5% of the total UK perpetrators. Instead, 90% of those convicted for grooming gang crimes are Muslim men (McLoughlin, Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal, 2016, p. 270).
(2) a disproportionate number of Muslim men (many of whom are relatives) have a culture where this type of thing is condoned, and other Muslims who knew of it turned a blind eye and did not rport it to the autoriities. (McLoughlin, Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal, 2016, p. 269ff).
(3) there was a massive culture of political correctness that caused the police and authorities to ignore this problem for decades (McLoughlin, Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal, 2016, p. 201ff).
Misplaced political correctness by Rotherham’s Labour led council combined with a staggering culture of denial allowed more than 1,400 vulnerable girls to be routinely abused by gangs of Asian men, a withering report has concluded.
Children as young as nine were groomed, trafficked and raped by members of the town’s Pakistani community, but a desperation to avoid being labelled as racist meant councillors turned a blind eye to the appalling abuse for 16 years."
You could have found out all these facts had you done some online research yourself, instead of posting vile apologetics.
I'm just going to leave this here:Delete
More people die of old age than murder. A point for Bob Murphy's "we don't need no stinking laws" argument?Delete
Life is easier when you ignore risk. I wonder what the yearly death toll from German rifles was at the end of August 1939.
He ignores the difference between natual conditions and human actions. The rate of lynchings was really pretty low by the late 1920.
He pretends that we don't spend VASTLY more time effort and money trying to reduce traffic deaths than stopping rape gangs in northern England.
He pretends that we don't spend VASTLY more time effort and money trying to reduce traffic deathsDelete
"We" who? I don't see any real concerted effort towards reducing traffic deaths. The basics such as driver's training, road signs & law enforcement would probably be there year after year without much change. That's like saying when I walk to the store, I'm trying to reduce the likelihood that I'll fall down.
Hilarious. By "we" I mean our society collectively. And the amount we spend on reducing traffic deaths is immense. We repair roads. We design roads for safety. We test vehicles. We train drivers. We hire police. We enforce laws. We research vehicle design. We deploy airbags. We install child car seats. We close highways. We enforce hazmat transportation rules. We build guard rails. We issue driver's licences. We have paramedics. We have trauma centres. We have spot checks. We jail drunk drivers. We impound cars. And more.Delete
Oh I get it. You mean the amount we spend over and above the amount we spend! Yes, that's 0.
Huben is of course full of it. And of course you are right on this issue. I just want to comment on one thing I see a lot of nonsense about: voter ID, criticized in one of your links as "too far" with the usual talk about the US. We have it in Canada. Works just fine. Canada is usually held up as a model isn't it, not as a place gone "too far."
We have id card for everyone who is 16 and its also fineDelete
In theory, immigration restrictions would limit but not entirely prevent mass rape incidents. The demographics which are disproportionately represented in the data will continue to live in England, and some will continue to emigrate from Near East countries. If these problems are going to continue to happen, then we need solutions beyond border control. Educational reforms that emphasize women's rights and feminism could deter this kind of behavior. Many of the perpetrators were never taught these values.ReplyDelete
I dont believe that if you woll try to teach them this values they will somehow will be enlighted by this teachings.Delete
If you want that to work european countries need to emphasize the words melting pot and assimiliation instead of multiculturism.
And no its not about erasing their identity they can continue being themself but they should still respect liberal values and be part of the host country culture.
"Multiculturalism" is quite a vague notion I am afraid.ReplyDelete
But in this case, it looks like plain racism : since some boys are from pakistanese ascent, officers of the law did not take action to protect their most basic rights and to simply enforce the law.
BTW the expression "muslim rapists" is quite unfortunate. It suggests that religion is the key factor here. And we have evidence to the contrary : northern India (regardless of the religious affiliation of the people) and south africa are well known for their rape ratio. I do not resort to official statistics since depending on cultural traits rape is more or less unreported by victims or witnesses.
Provided there are strong ratio differences ceteris paribus (income, age, education etc.) between pakistanese and others, it seems plausible that the pakistanese people you are talking of inherited some patterns of conduct that made those acts more likely to happen. Here are some tentative piece of explanation : strong ties between brothers, cousins etc. ; little sexual freedom and general unease between women and men ; less repression of agressive behaviours, or even genuine valorisation of physical violence as "manly", "honourable" etc.
Ironically those facts suggest at least one argument for some immigration : young boys and girls (who have no responsability whatsoever for being born here or overthere) should be given a chance to escape that kind of cultural background - provided the host socitey is committed to give them something better ;-)
The real question then is : how many people are we willing to help growing as our fellow citizens ?
Certainly not as many as pro open borders activists would have us live with (or rather next to...)
As to the solutions, dispatching immigrants throughout the cities instead of having ethnic neighborhoods might be a good start.
Of course it supposes fewer people coming in and it can hardly be a market based policy.