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    Sexual Abuse of 1400 Children Unreported Due to ‘Racism’ Fears

    Sexual Abuse of 1400 Children Unreported Due to ‘Racism’ Fears

    Council staff ignored evidence in the name of political correctness

    by Paul Joseph Watson | August 27, 2014

    The sexual abuse and beating of 1400 children went unreported due to fears on behalf of staff members of a council in the UK that they would be branded racist for identifying the perpetrators as Asian men.

    “Children as young as 11 were trafficked, beaten, and raped by large numbers of men between 1997 and 2013 in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, the council commissioned review into child protection revealed,” reports the Daily Mail.
    The report revealed that “several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist.”
    Victims of the assaults were doused in petrol and threatened to be set alight, intimidated with guns, as well as forced to watch brutal rapes involving other children, while being told they would face the same fate if they spoke out.
    The fact that the majority of the men involved in raping and trafficking the children were of Pakistani origin led to failures on behalf of the council to heed warnings about a culture of “gang rape” that had taken hold in the area, while police also ignored the reports. The figure of 1400 children raped and beaten is a conservative figure, with the final total expected to be higher. The story follows similar high-profile incidents in other UK cities where young girls and children have been victims of Asian rape gangs, with authorities turning a blind eye in many cases. Facebook @
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    Report Finds 1,400 Children Exploited in UK Town

    About 1,400 children were sexually exploited in a northern England town, a report concluded in a damning account of failures by authorities to prevent victims as young as 11 from being beaten, raped and trafficked...

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    Q: When is the sexual abuse of children culturally, socially and politically acceptable?

    A: When it's committed with industrial efficiency by organised gangs of mainly Pakistani men in English Northern towns like Burnley, Oldham and Rotherham, of course.

    But obviously you're not allowed to admit this or you might sound racist. That's why, for example, in today's BBC report into the fact that at least 1400 children were subjected to "appalling" sexual abuse in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, you have to wade 20 paragraphs in before finally you discover the ethnic identity of the perpetrators.
    And even then, the embarrassing fact slips out only with the most blushing mealy-mouthedness:

    By far the majority of perpetrators of abuse were described as "Asian" by victims.

    Well hang on, a second. What this phrase seems to be hinting at is the possibility that the men involved weren't "Asian" (note to US readers: Asian is UK PC-speak for Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, not orientals) but that the victims mistakenly took them to be so. Is that actually the case or not?

    Let's have a look at the names of the Rotherham men found guilty by Sheffield Crown Court in 2010 of raping or sexually abusing girls as young as 12 shall we. Maybe that'll help.

    • Zafran Ramzan
    • Razwan Razaq
    • Umar Razaq
    • Adil Hussain
    • Mohsin Khan

    Nope. Absolutely no clues there, then...

    Still, let's suppose for a moment that the names of the gang members had been, say, John Smith, Barry Thorpe, Arthur Ramsbotham and Quentin Fforbes-Smythe. Are we seriously to believe that they would have been permitted to spend over a decade grooming, trafficking, drugging and raping young girls without arousing the concern of Rotherham Council's extensive social services department or the attentions of the local police?

    I doubt it, somehow. It's not as if we're talking here about sporadic instances of carefully concealed abuse which anyone could be forgiven for not having noticed. We're talking about flagrant sexual abuse on an epic scale. Here is what today's independent Inquiry has to say:

    In just over a third of cases, children affected by sexual exploitation were previously known to services because of child protection and neglect. It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered. They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten, and intimidated. There were examples of children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone. Girls as young as 11 were raped by large numbers of male perpetrators.

    This abuse is not confined to the past but continues to this day. In May 2014, the caseload of the specialist child sexual exploitation team was 51. More CSE cases were held by other children's social care teams. There were 16 looked after children who were identified by children’s social care as being at serious risk of sexual exploitation or having been sexually exploited. In 2013, the Police received 157 reports concerning child sexual exploitation in the Borough.

    Over the first twelve years covered by this Inquiry, the collective failures of political and officer leadership were blatant. From the beginning, there was growing evidence that child sexual exploitation was a serious problem in Rotherham. This came from those working in residential care and from youth workers who knew the young people well.

    Within social care, the scale and seriousness of the problem was underplayed by senior managers. At an operational level, the Police gave no priority to CSE, regarding many child victims with contempt and failing to act on their abuse as a crime. Further stark evidence came in 2002, 2003 and 2006 with three reports known to the Police and the Council, which could not have been clearer in their description of the situation in Rotherham. The first of these reports was effectively suppressed because some senior officers disbelieved the data it contained. This had led to suggestions of cover- up. The other two reports set out the links between child sexual exploitation and drugs, guns and criminality in the Borough. These reports were ignored and no action was taken to deal with the issues that were identified in them.

    The local authorities, in other words, knew exactly what was going on. Yet still they did nothing. Why?

    Well we've already answered that, pretty much. It's because the kind of politically correct, left-leaning and basically rather thick people that local authorities like Rotherham Council tend to have working for them are so paralysed by modish concerns about cultural sensitivity that they have made an obscene judgement call: better to allow at least 1400 kids to be hideously abused than to be thought guilty of the far greater crimes of being thought a bit racist or accidentally offending someone.

    (And this isn't an incident confined to Rotherham by the way. The same thing happened recently in Oxford, again involving men with decidedly un-Anglo-Saxon names, again over a long period of time because all the relevant authorities were scared of sounding the alarm in case they came across as racist)

    Yep, these people really are that thick and warped. They've had it drilled into them - probably on courses like this one, organised by Common Purpose - that they must celebrate "diversity" at every opportunity. And if that means letting a few Pakistani men rape kids, douse them with petrol and threaten them with guns, well who are we to judge? Quite possibly it's one of those vital cultural differences that we'll be trained better to understand when we attend our next Common Purpose course with some title like Embracing The Other: Leadership Strategies For Multicultural Community Development. Till then, let's not be quick to cast the first stone, eh? After all, there may be aspects of ourculture that they find equally alien and troubling. The rule of law say; respect for women; children's rights; trendy Western liberal crap like that...

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    UK HORRIFIC REVELATIONS: How fear of being called ‘racist’ prevented social workers from rescuing up to 1,400 mostly white girl children from sexual abuse and exploitation by Muslim sex ‘grooming’ gangs in just one town!

    The sexual abuse of about 1,400 children at the hands of Pakistani Muslim men went unreported for 16 years because staff feared they would be seen as racist, a report said today. Children as young as 11 were trafficked, beaten, and raped by large numbers of men between 1997 and 2013 in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, the council commissioned review into child protection revealed. And shockingly, more than a third of the cases were already known to agencies.

    UK Daily Mail (h/t Maria J) But according to the report’s author: ‘several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist’. No council employees will face disciplinary action.

    Professor Alexis Jay, who wrote the report, condemned the ‘blatant’ collective failures by the council’s leadership, concluding: ‘It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered.’

    The landmark report which exposed widespread failures of the council, police and social services revealed:

    • Victims were doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, terrorised with guns, made to witness brutally-violent rapes and told they would be the next if they spoke out;
    • They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten and intimidated;
    • One victim described gang rape as ‘a way of life’;
    • Police ‘regarded many child victims with contempt’;
    • Some fathers tried to rescue their children from abuse but were arrested themselves;
    • The approximate figure of 1,400 abuse victims is likely to be a conservative estimate of the true scale of abuse.

    The lack of reports was partly down to a fear of being racist, Prof Jay wrote, as the majority of the perpetrators were described as ‘MUSLIM men’, and many were said to be of Pakistani origin. One young person told the inquiry that ‘gang rape’ was a usual part of growing up in the area of Rotherham where she lived.

    In two cases, fathers had tracked down their daughters and tried to remove them from houses where they were being abused – only to be arrested themselves when police were called to the scene. And one child declined her initial offer to give a statement after allegedly receiving a text from a perpetrator threatening to harm her younger sister.

    The failures happened despite three reports between 2002 and 2006 ‘which could not have been clearer in the description of the situation in Rotherham’. Prof Jay said the first of these reports was ‘effectively suppressed’ because senior officers did not believe the data. The other two were ignored, the professor said. Fears had also been raised by schools over the 16 years but the alerts went uninvestigated.

    Teachers reported seeing children as young as 11, 12 and 13 being picked up outside schools by cars and taxis, given presents and mobile phones and taken to meet large numbers of unknown men in Rotherham or other local towns and cities.

    The majority of victims believed the perpetrators to be their boyfriend who gave them gifts, alcohol and drugs. Some of the victims still maintain they were not groomed or abused. Analysing the case studies, Prof Jay said many of the children came from dysfunctional families, had parents with addictions, and had suffered domestic or sexual abuse as a child.

    Councillors seemed to dismiss previous reports as a one-off problem which they hoped would go away, according to Prof Jay. She said: ‘Others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.’

    The spotlight first fell on Rotherham in 2010 when five men, described by a judge as ‘sexual predators’, were given lengthy jail terms after they were found guilty of grooming teenage girls for sex.

    The five men – Umar Razaq, Adil Hussain, Razwan Razaq, Zafran Ramzan, and Mohsin Khan – preyed on their victims over several months and threatened them with violence if they refused their advances. One of the men branded his victim a ‘white bitch’ when she resisted, while a second smirked: ‘I’ve used you and abused you.’

    The men, all British-born Pakistani Muslims, attacked the four girls in play areas, parks and in the back of their cars, Sheffield Crown Court heard.

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    The Child Trafficking Documentary Congress Did Not Want You to See

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    Yes, It Is The Unthinkable! Why would the modern American Church stand down concerning the homosexual agenda? Why are politicians in Washington D.C. voting in favor of what God calls an Abomination?
    The wide-spread acts of pedophiles committed against our children by both corrupt clergy and corrupt politicians are rampant and unthinkable. Leviticus 18:22, 20:13 Matthew 18:7-9 Romans 1:24, Jude 1:7
    Conspiracy of Silence is a documentary that exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies. Many children suffered the indignity of wearing nothing but their underwear and a number displayed on a piece of cardboard hanging from their necks when being auctioned off to foreigners in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Toronto, Canada.
    At the last minute, before airing, unknown congressmen threatened the TV Cable industry with restrictive legislation if this documentary was aired.
    Almost immediately, unknown persons who ordered all copies destroyed purchased the rights to the documentary. A copy of this videotape was furnished anonymously to former Nebraska state senator and attorney John De Camp who made it available to retired FBI Agent Ted L. Gunderson.
    On Tuesday May 3rd 1994 the video that you are about to watch was scheduled to air on the Discovery Channel. Influential members of congress applied pressure to the cable industry to stop the airing of the program and destroy all copies.

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    This is the program that they did not want you to see!

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    Federal Cybersecurity Director Convicted of Child Porn Charges

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    The former acting director of cyber security for the United States Department of Health and Human Services was convicted this week on child pornography charges upon completion of a four-day federal trial in Nebraska.
    On Tuesday, the US Department of Justice announced that Timothy DeFoggi, 56, was convicted by a federal jury in District of Nebraska of engaging in a child exploitation enterprise, conspiracy to advertise and distribute child pornography and accessing a computer with intent to view child pornography in connection with his membership in a child pornography site, according to a press release published by the DOJ.

    Federal prosecutors successfully argued that DeFoggi was a registered member of a website only accessible using the Tor anonymity service and there he “exchanged private messages with other members where he expressed an interest in the violent rape and murder of children” between March and December of 2012. CBS News reported that DeFoggi was the acting director of the Dept. of Health and Human Services when he was detained in May 2013 during a federal crackdown aimed at child pornography sites that existed on the so-called dark web, and a HHS official has since confirmed that he stayed with the office until only seven months ago.

    Mr. DeFoggi was employed at HHS, first at the Indian Health Service as a Supervisory IT Specialist from September 2008 until March 2012, and then at the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration as a Lead IT Specialist from March 2012 until January 2014,” Business Insider reported this week.

    According to Wired, one of the sites frequented by DeFoggi was called PedoBook and was seized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in late 2012 due to a security lapse suffered by its administrator, Aaron McGrath of Nebraska.

    “Agents were able to log in and uncover the IP address of the Nebraska server where he was hosting” two illegal child porn websites, Wired’s Kim Zetter wrote this week. “The FBI monitored him for a year and after arresting him in November 2012 continued to operate his child porn sites secretly from a federal facility in Omaha for several weeks before shutting them down. During this time, they monitored the private communications of DeFoggi and others and engaged in ‘various investigative techniques…to defeat the anonymous browsing technology afford by the Tor network’ and identify the real IP addresses of users,” she wrote, including the former cyber security director.

    “The investigation has resulted in 25 additional defendants discovered using one or more of McGrath’s boards on the TOR network,” the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Nebraska boasted last year in its annual report touting the arrest of the administrator. According to this week’s DOJ announcement, DeFoggi is the sixth person to be convicted so far in that operation, dubbed Operation Torpedo.

    Alissa Skelton, a reporter for the Omaha World-Herald, reported this week that DeFoggi admitted in court to using Tor, but said he did so to investigate potential threats to the government. Federal prosecutor Keith Becker insisted DeFoggi did much more, however, and said during his closing arguments that the government employee was caught downloading child pornography when police executed a search warrant on his Maryland home in April 2013.

    “People discussing disgusting fantasies are not breaking the law,” defense attorney John Berry Jr countered in court, according to Skelton.
    “The defendant accessed illegal child pornography,” Becker replied during the trial. “The child pornography is not fantasy. You have seen the images.”

    McGrath is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence, and DeFoggi is expected to learn his fate in November. According to the World-Herald, he’ll face 20 years to life.

    Republished with permission from Russia Today


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    London Lord Mayor Fiona Woolf to lead political child abuse inquiry

    ‘Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf has replaced Lady Butler-Sloss as head of the UK government inquiry into historical child abuse.

    Ms Woolf is a City lawyer and former president of the Law Society.

    She will head an inquiry panel including child abuse experts and at least one victim of abuse.’ Read more:

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    Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf has replaced Lady Butler-Sloss as head of the UK government inquiry into historical child abuse.
    Ms Woolf is a City lawyer and former president of the Law Society.
    She will head an inquiry panel including child abuse experts and at least one victim of abuse.
    Retired judge Baroness Butler-Sloss quit as head of the inquiry in July, saying she was "not the right person" for the job.
    She stood down after child abuse victims raised concerns that she is the sister of the late Sir Michael Havers, who was attorney-general in the 1980s when abuse is alleged to have happened.
    The inquiry, which was set up in July, was prompted by allegations that figures in Westminster and Whitehall were implicated in covering up child sex abuse, and that police and other authorities did not properly investigate prominent offenders such as Jimmy Savile and Cyril Smith.
    'Shaken confidence' Announcing Ms Woolf's appointment, Home Secretary Theresa May said: "In recent years, we have seen appalling cases of organised and persistent child sex abuse which have exposed serious failings by public bodies and important institutions.
    "These failings have sent shockwaves through the country and shaken public confidence in the pillars of society in which we should have total trust.

    Home Secretary Theresa May wants the inquiry to restore public confidence
    "That is why the government has announced that an independent panel of experts will consider whether such organisations have taken seriously their duty of care to protect children from sexual abuse.
    "We are absolutely clear that we must learn the lessons of past failures and the panel will be instrumental in helping us to do this."
    Labour's shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper welcomed the fact that the inquiry was "finally moving forward".
    But she added: "We still have no terms of reference for the inquiry and have had no assurances that it will look into current gaps that exist in the child protection system, as well as historical institutional failure.
    "We now need urgent answers on both these issues."
    Ms Woolf, 66, is an expert in energy markets and has advised many governments and the World Bank on privatisation and energy reforms.
    'No time to lose' As the Lord Mayor of London, she acts as ambassador for the City of London and Britain's financial services industry around the world.
    She said: "Ensuring lessons are learned from the mistakes which have been made in the past and resulted in children being subjected to the most horrific crimes is a vital and solemn undertaking.
    Labour MP Simon Danczuk called for a sense of urgency
    "I was honoured to be approached to lead such an important inquiry and look forward to working with the panel to ensure these mistakes are identified and never repeated."
    She will be assisted as head of the inquiry by Graham Wilmer, a child sexual abuse victim and founder of the Lantern Project, which helps victims of sex abuse, and Barbara Hearn, former deputy chief executive of the National Children's Bureau.
    Prof Alexis Jay, author of the recent report into abuse in Rotherham, will act as an expert adviser to the panel, said the Home Office.
    Their first tasks are to finalise membership of the panel and agree terms of reference for the inquiry, said the Home Office in a statement.
    Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, who led calls for an overarching inquiry into alleged abuse, backed the appointment of Ms Woolf but called on her to bring "a sense of urgency" to the investigation.
    'Victims' voices' He said the inquiry had lost momentum due to delays after the resignation of Lady Butler-Sloss.
    "I'm pleased the Home Secretary has finally got this moving," said the Labour MP.
    "Although I would not have looked to high office in the Square Mile to find someone to challenge the establishment, Fiona Woolf is a smart and capable woman and she has my support.
    "Britain is in the middle of a child abuse crisis and this inquiry has to be a watershed. It must go to the heart of the establishment and challenge why crimes have been swept under the carpet for so long."
    Mr Danczuk added that there was "no time to lose", as some alleged abusers were now very elderly and could die before facing justice.
    Matthew Reed, chief executive of the Children's Society, echoed Mr Danczuk's call for no further delays to the inquiry but said it must be "thorough and comprehensive" and the voices of victims must be heard.
    "This is a critical opportunity to eliminate the obstacles that have denied these children justice in the past and to stop this horrific crime from happening again," he added.

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