Despite the Oxfordshire Islamic Rape Gang case having a lot of similarities with the other Islamic Rape Gang cases, and despite the fact that social workers there were as inexplicably reluctant to assist the girls who were victims of these savages as their counterparts in Rotherham, still the Social Services establishment deny that a softly-softly approach has been taken towards Muslim rapists.
The foreword to the Serious Case Review into the appalling situation that the local authorities and police allowed to happen in Oxfordshire has stated that:
“Five of the seven convicted perpetrators were of Pakistani heritage. No evidence has been seen of any agency not acting when they should have done because of racial sensitivities. The victims were all white British girls.”
Do they seriously expect the public to believe this? When those social workers in post have been trained in Britain on the same courses, with curricula heavily influenced by the political fetishes of ‘diversity’ and ‘multiculturalism’, as those who turned a blind eye to Islamic sex crime in Rotherham and elsewhere? It beggars belief, that the review expects us to believe, that the same sort of pandering to Islamic cultural and political interests, that saw 1,400 British girls raped, assaulted, tortured and sex-trafficked, wasn’t present in Oxfordshire.
They even admit themselves in the same foreword that their practices and attitudes etc were little different from those in any other area of the country. In that case, why would the culture of Islamo-pandering and the mortal fear of being called ‘racist’, not also be a problem in Oxfordshire? If the attitudes and practices of the social workers and the police are similar to other areas, they why could there not be the same problems as elsewhere? Do Oxfordshire Social Services and Thames Valley Police operate in some sort of bubble? Of course they don’t. If fetishising diversity or pandering to Islam or turning a blind eye to Islamic crimes is commonplace across the country, how on earth can Oxfordshire be different? It doesn’t make sense that one county, Oxfordshire, could be immune from the group-think about ‘community cohesion’ that has been seen to be a part of other scandals involving police and social services ignoring or downplaying the issue of Islamic Rape Gangs.
What the police, social services and NHS establishment have been saying about this case should really be taken with a large pinch of salt, especially where they try to divert attention away from its root cause which is Islamic racism, culturalism, misogyny and xenophobia. Without addressing the problem of too many Muslims having a disdain of Britain, its people, and its culture up to and including to the point of considering British girls as ‘untermenschen’, then this problem will not be able to be solved. We will continue to be fed the same old lies about ‘lessons being learned’ or fobbed off with promises to embark on major ‘management and workplace culture changes’. Until the far Left, and the cultural relativist thinkers who dominate academia, and who therefore set the standards to which social workers, health workers and sadly, police officers are trained, are purged from the academic institutions or sidelined, then we will continue to see public sector organisations dominated by those who have been taught to go easy on the Muslims for ‘cultural reasons’, and that bias will be reflected by an increase in cases such as these.
Those who are steeped in multicultural theory and have been so since their first day in higher education are hardly likely to put their hands up and say ‘we were wrong, we were taught a crock of shit that doesn’t match the situation in the real world’ and start to solve these heinous problems. This denial that although the majority of the perpetrators of the Oxford outrages were Muslim that there has been any ethnic or cultural basis to them is hollow, and is truly a case of ‘well they would say that wouldn’t they?’
Full text of the Serious Case Review into the Oxfordshire Islamic Rape Gang case.
A previous article from Fahrenheit 211 about how 9 out of 10 social services staff knew that Islamic Rape Gangs were operating in their area but appeared to do little or nothing about them or protecting their victims.