January 1, 2020
People should look at this as a kind of homework for the schools’ sexual education curricula.
The scourge of sexual exploitation of children has reached “epidemic” levels in the United Kingdom, as nearly 19,000 children were sexually groomed over the past year.
Local authorities have reported over 18,700 suspected victims of child sexual exploitation at the hands of grooming gangs between 2018-19, more than five times higher than the 3,300 reported cases just five years ago.
Sammy Woodhouse, a victim of the Rotherham rapist Arshid Hussain, said that the authorities have not implemented meaningful changes in combatting the crisis.
It’s almost as if the authorities wanted this to happen.
“You hear this bullshit line, ‘lessons have been learned’, but they haven’t learned anything”, she told The Independent.
“I still hear a lot about the authorities aren’t doing things as they should. It’s not very often I hear something good and for all different reasons – if the police won’t act on reports, people feel they’re not being listened to or supported properly, or information not being shared”, she added.
“I’ve said for years that this country’s in epidemic when it comes to abuse and exploitation. Authorities claim it’s under control but it’s not”, Woodhouse concluded.
Considering that the number of victims continues to increase and that the authorities themselves are reporting the increase… yeah, it’s obviously not under control.
Lancashire was the locality hit the hardest last year, with a total of 624 suspected victims, followed by Birmingham with 490, 447 in Surrey, 414 in Bradford and 409 in Gloucestershire. Thousands of more cases of abuse have been discovered across the country over the past decade, especially as the scandals of predominantly Pakistani male child rape gangs have been exposed.
The Labour MP for Rotherham, Sarah Champion, said that the figures demonstrate that grooming “remains one of the largest forms of child abuse in the country”.
“The government has singularly failed to tackle this issue head-on. Its approach has been piecemeal and underfunded”, she said.
In order to tackle this issue head-on, another issue has to be tackled head-on: immigration.
That would be racist though, so the government won’t do it.
In 2018, then Home Secretary, Sajid Javid launched an inquiry into the ethnic origins of members of grooming gangs in the UK. Speaking to the BBC in December, Javid determined that the majority of perpetrators were of Pakistani origin.
“When it comes to gang-based child exploitation it is self-evident to anyone who cares to look that if you look at all the recent high-profile cases there is a high proportion of men that have Pakistani heritage”, Javid said.
“There could be – I’m not saying that there are – there could be some cultural reasons from the communities that these men came from that could lead to this kind of behaviour”, he added.
What does he mean “self-evident”?
These men look like average Londoners with English heritage.
Besides, we have to look at the bright side here and consider that if British teenagers weren’t being groomed, then the men there would leave the country and search for sex elsewhere, and there would be no one left to pay the pensions and stuff.
The Economy would suffer and it would be a total disaster.
Silent Guardian of The Economy
There’s just no other way.
If we want The Economy to prosper, we have to allow these hard-working men to groom our daughters.