Northumbria Police, the force that covers the North East area of England, has – not for the first time – appeared to have chosen the path of appeasement when it comes to the matter of Islam. Following the announcement that there has been another lot of alleged grooming gang/sex trafficking suspects from their area who are being sent for trial and the conviction of another massive Islam dominated sex gang, Northumbria Police sent officers to visit those who had made adverse comments about the Islamic Rape Gangs that afflict British towns and cities. The officers are said to have attempted to intimidate the Britons whom they visited by giving them what the police call ‘words of advice’, in other words a ‘shut up or else’ warning to those who may have remarked on the continuing and worsening problem of Islamic sex crime in Britain.
As I said at the start of this piece, Northumbria Police doesn’t exactly have the best record when it comes to dealing with some of the problems brought to our Islands by the followers of the ideology of Islam. For many years the force has sat upon and had done very little about what is being revealed to be a vast network of mostly Muslim sex abusers who have been preying on girls and women in the Newcastle area and in other parts of the Northumbria Police area. Yes some individual Muslim rapists and paedophiles were arrested but officers appeared reluctant to examine whether these rapists and nonces were part of a wider Islamic sex crime network. It was only following the outcry following the Rotherham and Rochdale Islamic sex crime scandals that Northumbria started to act against these gangs. It may well be that the police were genuinely unaware of what was going on, but a couple of this blog’s sources from the local area, who have requested anonymity, have told me that allegations of Islamic Rape Gang activity were reported to police prior to the revelations of Rochdale and Rotherham, but the police couldn’t or wouldn’t join the dots when it came to these crimes.
Following Rochdale and Rotherham, Northumbria Police set up Operation Sanctuary to look into organised sex crime in their force area. Whilst I commend Northumbria for trying to do something about the problem of Islamic sex crime, it would have been better if they had done this much earlier and hadn’t allegedly had to be pushed and shamed into doing so by local and indeed national pressure. Operation Sanctuary has uncovered a lot of sex allegations and the successor initiative Operation Shelter brought one mostly Muslim sex gang to court where they received gaol sentences of between 29 years and 16 months for various rape, sexual assault, prostitution, and drug related offences.
This was not the only time that Northumbria Police appeared to want to brush Muslim crime under the carpet or not prosecute alleged Islamic sex criminals. In 2017 there was a national outcry over the case of a young mum called Chelsey Wright who had alleged that she had been sexually assaulted by a gang of Muslims whilst she was on a night out. The Crown Prosecution Service did nothing to advance this case once it had been sent to them by Northumbria Police and instead ‘no crimed’ it. In other words they refused to proceed with the case. In a way I’m sadly not surprised by the actions of the CPS as this group has become increasingly politically correct in recent years. This has been even more the case since Alison Saunders took over as Director of Public Prosecutions in November 2013. I supplse what else can one expect for a CPS leader who declared that no actual evidence was required to ‘prove’ a ‘hate crime’ and whose department has engaged various Islamic grievance mongers to advise the CPS on ‘Islamophobia’.
Following the decision to not test Ms Wright’s allegation in court which may well have been influenced by Northumbria Police’s tardy and allegedly incompetent investigation of this case, the force did all they could to wash their hands of this matter. Despite public pressure Northumbria doubled down on their denials that there were problems with this case an insisted on blaming the CPS for dropping this case. They said this despite some quite credible seeming claims from the victim and her family that the police failed to properly interview witnesses whose testimony may have strengthened the case. However there was one area in relation to this case where Northumbria Police did take action and that was people speaking about Ms Wright’s case. They issued a statement decrying the ‘misinformation’ that was being put out and that ‘community cohesion‘, a phrase that increasingly can be translated as ‘don’t upset the Muslims’, should be preserved.
As with the period prior to Operation Sanctuary with the Wright case we see the police desperate to not look and to prevent other people from discussing, the Islamic sex crime problem in their force area. I’ve had to come to the conclusion that Northumbria are putting pandering to Islam above the role of policing equitably and fairly.
Now we have this latest ‘Islamopandering’ incident to hit Northumbria Police. With people visited and intimidated by officers into not expressing in mere words their righteous and justifiable anger at the sort of Islamic sex criminals that have been allowed to plague this area for far too long.
This is what Brietbart said in an article that draws heavily from the local newspaper for Newcastle ‘The Chronicle’.
Northumbria Police have warned that “offensive” comments on the Internet will not be tolerated, tracking down users who made “potentially criminal” posts on social media about grooming gangs.
The force launched an investigation into comments left on its Facebook page in response to articles about the Operation Shelter scandal, in which young white British girls in were groomed, sexually abused and trafficked by mostly Muslim men of South Asian descent in Newcastle.
Officers made a review of every comment on the page after a member of the public complained that a number of posts referred to the race and religion of the 18 people convicted following the operation.
ChronicleLive reports that police recorded two cases of racially aggravated public order offences among responses to the news articles on Facebook, and have now tracked down six people responsible for posts “deemed to be offensive and potentially criminal”
Note well that these visits have not been in connection with any offence that could be said to be based on any sort of objective reality such as a warning about breaching the Contempt of Court Act regarding those not yet convicted. Instead these ominous visits and the arrests are being made under the various ‘hate crime’ and ‘hate speech’ laws that are often applied in a way that is biased towards Islam and its followers and which have created a censorious culture in the United Kingdom.
It’s obvious from reading the Brietbart story and based on other information that has come out of the area, that Northumbria Police are desperate for people not to talk about the significant problems of Islamic sex crime that is being rapidly uncovered in their police area. This is a force that is giving the world the impression that is going ‘full Quisling’ for Islam and its followers and it is not a very good impression. Their constant emphasis on things like ‘community cohesion’ and the way they are alleged to have handled Islamic Rape Gang allegations prior to 2013 along with their conduct during the Chelsey Wright case, do little to shake that opinion.
Northumbria Police must be sitting on top of an awful lot of Islam related crime and other problems for them to be so eager to shut down discussion of it, or to forbid people from making the links between these offences and Islamic culture. Maybe those people who are getting flak from Northumbria Police officers in the form of these intimidation visits and ‘words of advice’, are getting it because they are right over the target when it comes to their assessment of the situation regarding Islamic sex crime in their area?
It looks to me very much as if the police know that things are bad (probably worse than they are letting on) regarding Islamic sex crime and are desperate to stop people discussing this issue in order to protect the community that is producing the abusers. When a police force puts the hurt feelings of Muslims way up on a pedestal and uses these hurt feelings as a policing lodestone then you know that you have a police force that you cannot trust to protect either you or your family. Sadly Northamptonshire Police, or at least their senior management, appear to have taken the route of looking after the Muslims and saying damn you to everyone else and goodbye to ethical, just and impartial policing.