I am well into my eighth decade upon this earth. I have witnessed vast changes in the way in which we live, gather and transmit information, work, relax, enjoy, and indeed in the most basic ways imaginable, literally exist. I have watched, over the years, many changes in how we actually are ruled, how the Law is interpreted, how those laws have been twisted, biased and turned so that the suspects, those accused of heinous and terrible crimes; are given more protection than those they abused. Your ‘right to know’ has been abused, because the authorities wish to quieten the uproar which would have ensued if, in certain high-profile criminal cases featuring Muslim Sex Abuse of White girls, each day’s trial had been reported as the evidence was given, in open court, as has been the practice for, literally, decades. No transcripts of these cases have been released!
Reports from :-
along with many, many more have THREE things in common.
99% of all the perpetrators were Muslim Pakistanis or Muslim Bangladeshis
All the victims were white
All court cases, some with defendants so numerous that they had to be split into sectors, were slapped with severe and total reporting restrictions: punishable, if breached, with imprisonment for ‘Contempt of Court’
All cases, all reports, all accusations of grooming, of rape, of sexual activities with a minor. were routinely ignored, shelved, or pushed to the back of a deep drawer. Why? Because the implications were that, if taken seriously; as they should have been, the police and prosecuting authorities would be seen to be ‘racist’, or some other bullshit story! Because the accused were all Muslim, because they were all of Pakistani or Bangladeshi origin, it was felt that they could not be guilty of these heinous accusations, and thus the authorities would be seen as ‘RACIST’. So the white British girls and young women, without exception of working class origins, low intelligence, broken homes and usually of contact with Council Care, were routinely assumed to be ‘consenting’ to the behaviour which was wreaked upon their bodies and minds.
The Judiciary have colluded in this disgraceful multitude of crimes, because, by virtue of the routine statements that ‘reporting restrictions’ are placed almost without exception. No word of the trauma, the violence and the degradation which has been heaped upon these young ill-educated and misunderstood girls and women. If, routinely, the day’s evidence had been reported, as was normally the case in just about all trials excepting those with national security implications, there would have been a mass rising of angry British people, angered by what had been done to their own, and then we would see the true reactions of a British people, who for probably the first time, had been exposed to the truth of what our ‘lords and masters’ have allowed to swarm into our country, infesting their ghettoes, besmirching the very air with the garbage from the minarets. I remember the first trial days of the ‘Moors Murderers’ and in particular the day when the tape recording, made during the torture and subsequent death of Lesley Ann Downey, were played. The word had got out to the crowd awaiting the van which transported the two killers back to their prison cells of the savagery inflicted upon that innocent child’s body; and in the words of one seasoned reporter, “If they had managed to stop the van, both smirking killers would not have lasted two minutes!”
Am I inciting mob rule? The reader should make their own minds up. Are these crimes to be routinely ‘hushed up’; or should the great British public be allowed to make their own minds up as the standing and acceptability of a fair proportion of some 2,750,000 Muslims who have been allowed to legally infect this once clean, green and pleasant land?