It is disgusting and shameful, but you can't shame the shameless.
"This scale of criminality and victimhood is vast for a country that
has traditionally regarded itself as law-abiding. Worse, the report
concedes that the estimate of 1,400 victims is a conservative one. (It
is the equivalent of about three girls’ schools.) Some of the girls were
as young as eleven. And since other (more or less identical) cases of
criminal exploitation of young Christian girls by Pakistani Muslim men
have been uncovered in cities such as Oldham, Birmingham, and Oxford in
the last decade, the total number of victims must be staggering."
motives of the exploiters, though vile, are not hard to understand.
They plainly include both racism and sexism alongside the lust and
cruelty enabled by their misogynistic culture."
"But what explains the
silence, the acquiescence, even the cooperation of the authorities?
Their motives seem to derive from the rich stew of progressive
absurdities that constitute official attitudes in modern Britain. The
first is the fear of being suspected of racism. Again and again the
police and the social workers shrank from intervening or responding to
complaints because to do so would invite the accusation that they were
"...these girls were seen by officials not as children in need of protection
but as powerless pieces of meat who scarcely deserved the rights of
British citizens and who could be safely ignored to avoid embarrassment."
"Another element in official attitudes is hostility to the family and a
hatred of the notion that families might instill traditional moral
values in their children."