Over at The Anger of a Quiet Man there is a different take on the Islamic child abuse scandal.
“Always from the community and religion involved there has been silence, other than to claim it’s all some kind of racist islamophobia yet all the time the accusations and arrests continued.”
“The islamic religion in this country does not get a great press, its adherents attempts to blow up tube trains, buses, cafe’s, grooming of underage girls for sexual purposes, spitting at our troops and burning poppies on Remembrance day have pretty much assured its deep seated unpopularity amongst the ordinary people of this country. Only the politicians, political classes and the utter loons of the political left seem to be somehow in favour of the rest of us putting up and shutting up.
They as much as the Muslim community are to blame for this utter disgrace to civilised values yet sadly as ever I suspect they’ll shift the blame elsewhere (as the police did by arresting the girls, parents and guardians rather than the perpetrators) and bury their heads in the sand hoping it will go away.”
Quiet Man is correct we cannot ignore this anymore, and the handling of these nonce cases (and other issues surrounding Islam) show up the complete disconnect between what the politicians and the diversity wallahs want and what the people want.
The Bible says: in Deuteronomy 16:20 that ‘Justice, justice shall you pursue,” sadly none of the abused children and young women in these cases have been given justice. Justice in the UK has been bent to accommodate a dubious political view that of multiculturalism.