The Rochdale Grooming Case - Who is to Blame?
- Written by Richard Newman
The liberals in Europe will never believe this is happening, in fact when I spoke about the subject at work, one white liberal called me a liar.
The media have over the past week conspired to blame the right. Amazingly they accuse the right of taking advantage of the situation. They would never of course mention Victoria Agoglia, Charlene Downes, or even Paige Chivers.So who is to blame?
The Chief Constable
The Chief Constable
The Chief Constable, Peter Fahy should be sacked for the simple reason that he was and continues to be responsible for the culture within his force that ignored the rape of white girls. It can be surmised that if the victim had been of another ethnicity then the full force of his department would have been brought into action.
It transpires that the police were so disinterested with the complaints that one of the officers involved in the initial interview of the victims yawned.
This police officer should be sacked.
It may be argued that the police worked in collusion with the rapists by their inaction? The main article on the Manchester Police website yesterday was a celebration of Gay rights! If the police in Manchester devoted only 50% of the resources to the Muslim Rape Wave instead of it being devoted to Gay rights we may solve the problem. But dont hold your breath.
The IPCC are still investigating so it would be wise at this point to not say too much.
The Government Agencies
The CPS and Social Services
Nazir Afzal OBE took over as head of CPS in the North West in 2011, the current head of the CPS in the North West and the man responsible for finally deciding to prosecute the sex gang - he still insists that it was not a matter of race. This attitude has continued despite all evidence to the contrary.
The Deputy CPS heads in the area are Chris Long and Ian Rushton, both of whom were in CPS positions throughout the time of the scandal.
It has been rumoured that John Holt of the CPS may have been involved, yet these allegations have yet to be corroborated.
However, details of the people involved and the particular timeline of decision making is still shrouded in mystery. Both the CPS and the other government and social service agencies who were involved in the mishandling of the Muslim rape wave in Rochdale have yet to comment fully on the issue of disciplinary proceedings.
I am not surprised when organisations or individuals get the facts wrong when the circumstances and events are so clouded in secrecy.
The liberal media have been instrumental in covering up the issue of Muslim rape gangs for years. Many organisations have repeatedly approached various media outlets with information and evidence of abuse. This information has been ignored at best, and at worse the media have branded such information as racist or Islamaphobic. Even now in the press, articles continue to portray the Muslim community as victims!
The Pakistani Community Elders are ultimately responsible for the conduct of their community. They're being accused by Mohammed Shafiq (The Ramadhan Foundation) of burying their heads in the sand.
Ultimately the Imams and the Mosque are responsible, and should be held to account for the actions of their community.
At the time of writing no member of note from any Muslim community has voiced revulsion, commiseration or even compassion at the abuse of young white girls.
Alias Yousaf one of the rapists solicitors even went as far as to blame the far right in an attempt to lodge an appeal.
The British public demands nothing more than the dismissal of all those involved in this sorry affair before this issue gets out of hand.