Have a look around. Go on. See if you can recognise the country you live in.
Take a quick shufti at the all welcome, multi-culti, hail-fellow-well-met, step right in, pull up a pew and make yourself at home England you may have been lucky enough to have grown up in.
What better time to pause and reflect as we celebrate 800 years of the primacy of Magna Carta; exult in its written guarantees that curb the power of authoritarian rule, define the limits on taxation, ensure the right to trial by jury and guarantee the rule of law for all. No exceptions. We’re rubbing along quite nicely, don’t you think? Or not. Depends on where you’re looking and how you feel about the conceit of state-imposed multiculturalism.
Rotherham might be a suitable place to start.
This past week we have been treated (if that’s the word I’m looking for) to the news that years of failure by Labour’s Rotherham borough council to fully discharge its duties has seen more than 1500 young girls sexually abused, tortured and prostituted for financial gain by men of Pakistani heritage. The evidence is contained in a damning official report by Louise Casey that concluded police had failed to pursue Pakistani perpetrators for fear of “offending the community”.
Talk about having our noses rubbed in the sacred cause of racial diversity.
Casey made some other passing observations equally as scathing about the council and the local police force, all of which are guaranteed to make your hair stand on end. It has already been covered by Breitbart London.
A reasonable question to ask here: so who has payed with their job?
Well, nobody actually. The council’s ‘cabinet’ members have merely been stood down. They keep their seats and doubtless look forward to standing again when the next election comes around in May 2016. Between now and then we will be told that “lessons have been learned” in Rotherham. South Yorkshire Police will appeal for understanding. Then they’ll point to “a few bad apples” amongst what they consider to be the finest police jurisdiction in the land.
Meanwhile the lives of these brutally treated young girls have if not been ruined, then certainly set back, all in the name of cultural heterogeneity. Let’s keep looking at this land today.
On Wednesday we learned 25 men were charged with child sex offences in Calderdale following a major police operation. The local men have been charged with various offences including rape, trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation, sexual activity with a child under 16, sexual assault, voyeurism, sexual grooming, conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child under 16, causing a child under 16 to engage in sexual activity without consent and supply of a Class B drug.
The newspaper revealed the allegations, which date between 2006 and 2011, relate in the main to one girl who was aged under 16 at the time. However, one of the allegations relates to a second victim and occurred in the same time period. All the alleged offences took place in Calderdale and have yet to be tested in court.
The defendants were charged at Halifax Police Station and have been released on bail. They will appear before Calderdale Magistrates’ on Thursday, February 12. This too has been covered by Breitbart London.
I’m just guessing here, but I wonder if any link will bind the alleged perpetrators together under the banner of a common background or ethnicity. That is a matter for the court although a clue might – or might not – lie in their names. You decide.
Feeling the progressive diversity yet? Proud of where you live and the society you’re part of?
Before you answer that, we should approach the Jewish question. The question being: why are they the suffering more attacks and victimisation now than at any time in their recent history? According to the Community Security Trust, which provides security for Britain’s Jewish community and monitors anti-Semitism, anti-Semitic incidents reached a record level last year.
A report by the trust said the number of incidents had more than doubled to 1,168 in 2014.
It is the highest figure since the trust began monitoring in 1984. “Anti-Semitic reactions to the conflict in Israel and Gaza” were the biggest factor behind the rise, the trust said.
It recorded 314 incidents in July – the highest ever recorded in a single month – with half the offenders reportedly referencing Gaza or Palestinians. However, it revealed the number of incidents had already risen significantly in the first six months of the year, before the summer’s conflict.
All of the above came to light in the past seven days. It’s a snapshot of modern England. A nation with one of the most generous immigration schemes in the world that also happens to share a porous border with the rest of Europe thanks to the diktats imposed by our EU membership and its guarantees of free movement between member states.
All played out as Britain’s first elected Muslim mayor, Lutfur Rahman, faces a rare seven-week trial in the High Court for “subverting democracy”, running a “den of iniquity” and “systematically stealing votes”.
Feel the pride. Embrace the diversity.
And people wonder why UKIP is doing so well in the polls.