Tuesday, 9 February 2016
Sex gangs: How many more mass prosecutions to come?
I started this post earlier today and thought twice about it. It has never been the purpose of this blog to cause or encourage victimisation or discrimination against any racial or religious group, but like Douglas Murray and many others I'm faced with the ugly reality. What all of these sex offenders have in common is their faith; they're Moslems. They also acted jointly without shame, but knowing their actions were unlawful. This tells us two uncomfortable realities - that they have no respect for UK law, and their own communities are failing to condemn, expose and dissociate themselves from such behaviour until the last conviction is obtained.
I have no idea how many more prosecutions are in the pipeline, how many scores or hundreds of Moslem men are currently being held on remand awaiting trial. But I suspect that the police and the CPS are only exposing the tip of an iceberg in British society, which means we have a very great problem.
Please avoid hatred and incitement in the comments - the question is whether we are doing enough to catch and jail a whole cohort of Moslem men committing gross sexual offences on an industrial scale.