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Its OK though, they 'protected' children from people who dislike the EU...that's what matters when raising children, complete subservience to the EU project.

Thank god I don't live anywhere that votes labour. The tory party might be scum, but tory areas tend to be free from this crap. If you want your area to go downhill, vote labour. Its a dead cert.

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Its OK though, they 'protected' children from people who dislike the EU...that's what matters when raising children, complete subservience to the EU project.

That's the part that really sticks in the craw isn't it? When it fits with their ideology, they can spring into action at the smallest sign of anything they can spin as a problem. When it doesn't fit, they're happy to sit back and watch 1400 kids have their lives destroyed. The people running that council are beyond evil.

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Its OK though, they 'protected' children from people who dislike the EU...that's what matters when raising children, complete subservience to the EU project.

Thank god I don't live anywhere that votes labour. The tory party might be scum, but tory areas tend to be free from this crap. If you want your area to go downhill, vote labour. Its a dead cert.

Richmond, at the time of the Elm Guest House abuse, was Tory-run, I believe.

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No worries!!

Shaun Wright, Labour head of children’s services at Rotherham Council as a Councillor is now the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire.

He will dismiss the report, lessons learnt, lets move on nothing to see.

It will all move like clockwork from here on in like a well oiled machine.

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That's the part that really sticks in the craw isn't it? When it fits with their ideology, they can spring into action at the smallest sign of anything they can spin as a problem. When it doesn't fit, they're happy to sit back and watch 1400 kids have their lives destroyed. The people running that council are beyond evil.

All part of New Labour's toxic legacy, "community relations" and demonstrating a committment to diversity, equality and a multicultural society trump everything, pointing out that a particular ethnic group are committing child sex offences on an industrial scale threatens that so it needed to be burried.

Of course the committment to diversity only goes so far, question mass immigration or any of the other orthodoxies and you're out on your ear PDQ.

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All part of New Labour's toxic legacy, "community relations" and demonstrating a committment to diversity, equality and a multicultural society trump everything, pointing out that a particular ethnic group are committing child sex offences on an industrial scale threatens that so it needed to be burried.

Of course the committment to diversity only goes so far, question mass immigration or any of the other orthodoxies and you're out on your ear PDQ.

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Sickening. The police apparently treated victims with contempt!

The Plod knew what was going on, and ignored it. The same force that recently travelled all the way to Berkshire to search Cliff Richards' apartment. The same Plod who fitted up the victims of the Hillsborough disaster. South Yorkshire Police.

And the Labour council, who were quite happy to let 1,400 children fall prey to serious sexual abuse by Pakistani gangs, were not happy with two UKIP members fostering kids.

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And the Labour council, who were quite happy to let 1,400 children fall prey to serious sexual abuse by Pakistani gangs, were not happy with two UKIP members fostering kids.

And remember that's 1,400 children, the actual number of offences committed is incalculable but likely in the tens if not hundreds of thousands.

The scale of the proven criminality vastly exceeds the allegations against Saville, somehow I don't think that we're going to get a fraction of the coverage as the claims against the dead celeb get.

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And remember that's 1,400 children, the actual number of offences committed is incalculable but likely in the tens if not hundreds of thousands.

The scale of the proven criminality vastly exceeds the allegations against Saville, somehow I don't think that we're going to get a fraction of the coverage as the claims against the dead celeb get.

By gosh - that first sentence is so correct. The kids were subjected to multiple, horrifiic episodes of abuse.

As to your second paragraph, I hope you are not right, but I don't know.

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This is just the tip of the iceberg. In Northern towns it's been known about for at least 25 years. Pakistanis in sports cars waiting by school gates to pick up their teenage fodder. Teachers tok a liberal view and thought it was an excellent demonstration of equality & diversity on behalf of the girls involved.

Part of the problem is that Pakistanis are very politicised - and blood is thicker than water. Pick any one of them and there will be only 1 or 2 degrees of separation from someone involved in local politics or "cultural liason" with the police. This goes on with the wider Pakistani community being fully aware of it. "Community leaders" saying "only a minority etc .." are basically lying. They know full well. They are not leaders of anything either, the 3rd generation take no notice of them. Although many of the 3rd generation are distinctly un-islamic and very westernised, the all protective umbrella of Islam and the community still protects them unconditionally when they get caught out doing things. The Pakistani lawyer who actually pursued a few of these cases received many death threats.

Latest fashion accessory for the "cool " Pakistani about town now appears to be black headbands also, after the recent ISIS publicity.

Pakistanis in the UK have an image problem - and it's not undeserved.

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We call ourselves civilised while our bairns are sodomised.

I still cannot comprehend the sheer scale of this, and am frightened to even consider a national figure if one nondescript Northern town could abuse 1400.

This must - simply MUST - be endemic right to the VERY top.

And it must be stopped.

Before we ban e-cigs.

Before we ban Hoovers over 1600w

Before we waste another second on any more meaninless, trivial horse-shite.

And even if we offend some fücker.

This must not be allowed to continue.

Ever.

XYY

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This is just the tip of the iceberg. In Northern towns it's been known about for at least 25 years. Pakistanis in sports cars waiting by school gates to pick up their teenage fodder. Teachers tok a liberal view and thought it was an excellent demonstration of equality & diversity on behalf of the girls involved.

Part of the problem is that Pakistanis are very politicised - and blood is thicker than water. Pick any one of them and there will be only 1 or 2 degrees of separation from someone involved in local politics or "cultural liason" with the police. This goes on with the wider Pakistani community being fully aware of it. "Community leaders" saying "only a minority etc .." are basically lying. They know full well. They are not leaders of anything either, the 3rd generation take no notice of them. Although many of the 3rd generation are distinctly un-islamic and very westernised, the all protective umbrella of Islam and the community still protects them unconditionally when they get caught out doing things. The Pakistani lawyer who actually pursued a few of these cases received many death threats.

Latest fashion accessory for the "cool " Pakistani about town now appears to be black headbands also, after the recent ISIS publicity.

Pakistanis in the UK have an image problem - and it's not undeserved.

I always warm to a gentleman that drinks Cricket and plays tea!

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This is just the tip of the iceberg. In Northern towns it's been known about for at least 25 years. Pakistanis in sports cars waiting by school gates to pick up their teenage fodder. Teachers tok a liberal view and thought it was an excellent demonstration of equality & diversity on behalf of the girls involved.

Scary, the thing is Rotherham isn't even that big a place, either 120,000 or 250,000 depending upon whether you're looking at the town or the borough. Once you divide that population into white, british, female aged 11-16 you're probably looking at several hundred girls at a time being abused out of a population of only a few thousand.

Everybody must have known what was going on yet no-one did anything.

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Sickening. The police apparently treated victims with contempt!

The Plod knew what was going on, and ignored it. The same force that recently travelled all the way to Berkshire to search Cliff Richards' apartment. The same Plod who fitted up the victims of the Hillsborough disaster. South Yorkshire Police.

And the Labour council, who were quite happy to let 1,400 children fall prey to serious sexual abuse by Pakistani gangs, were not happy with two UKIP members fostering kids.

Please don't forget SYP heroic action at Orgreave.

Still I'm sure no one will lose there job over this and god forbid their pensions!

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Scary, the thing is Rotherham isn't even that big a place, either 120,000 or 250,000 depending upon whether you're looking at the town or the borough. Once you divide that population into white, british, female aged 11-16 you're probably looking at several hundred girls at a time being abused out of a population of only a few thousand.

Everybody must have known what was going on yet no-one did anything.

Isn't this classic psychology everyone assumes someone else will report it? I seem to recall a story about someone being murdered outside an apartment in which the victim kept screaming for help, everyone heard but assumed someone else would call the police. It went on so long the murderer left the scene and came back when they realised no police where coming.

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I always warm to a gentleman that drinks Cricket and plays tea!

The problem is the issues were being swept under the carpet and ignored because the perps were of Pakistani origin....

If the abuse was of the cricket and tea variety I am sure plod and the council would have been all over it like a nasty rash.. It makes no sense to hide the language or ethnicity of the problem. It is that PC madness which had led us down this road.

1400 kids in that community is a scandal, the fact the abuse it is probably widespread across the Country means hard language and fingers now have got to be pointed. Even the BBC has now woken up to this fact and have been using the words 'Pakistani Males' in this evenings bulletins.

It's a very sad reflection on our society and the PC nonsense that 2 radical politicians namely Nick Griffin and Tommy Robinson both warned the police of the problems in this very borough were dismissed out of hand because of their bigoted politics. It seems almost perverse to say that 1. They were right and 2. If they were taken seriously then some of these kids may have been saved.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/28939475

BNP president and former chairman Nick Griffin

tweets: 1,400 grooming victims in Rotherham alone! If they'd listened to me & Marlene Guest in 2004....

English Defence League founder and ex-leader Tommy Robinson

tweets: Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited, report finds! I was labelled extremist for highlighting this

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Isn't this classic psychology everyone assumes someone else will report it? I seem to recall a story about someone being murdered outside an apartment in which the victim kept screaming for help, everyone heard but assumed someone else would call the police. It went on so long the murderer left the scene and came back when they realised no police where coming.

The report makes it clear that managers at Rotherham BC discouraged social workers from looking too closley at the problem for fear of identifying the ethnic aspects.

Moreover, the South Yorkshire Police seem to have been actively complicit in the abuse.

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The report makes it clear that managers at Rotherham BC discouraged social workers from looking too closley at the problem for fear of identifying the ethnic aspects.

Moreover, the South Yorkshire Police seem to have been actively complicit in the abuse.

I've not had time to read up on what's been happening but just reading the headlines. It seems SYP are not fit for purpose.

http://www.southyorks.police.uk/about-us

South Yorkshire Police is among the most improving police forces in England and Wales. We are committed to making South Yorkshire a safer place to live in, work in or visit. We pride ourselves in delivering a service with integrity, sensitivity and respect, always putting people first.

Our ambition is to be the best police force in the country as well as being a balanced organisation providing the full range of services to the people of South Yorkshire whilst delivering their priorities.

We recognise that there is always more that we can do to improve. To do this we know we need to invest in the development of our staff and forge strong partnerships with other agencies to make South Yorkshire’s communities safer.

And their standards

http://www.southyorkshire.police.uk/our-standards/codes-conduct

Codes of conduct

Public confidence in the police is crucial in a system that rests on the principle of policing by consent. Public confidence in the police depends on police officers demonstrating the highest level of personal and professional standards of behaviour. The standards set out below reflect the expectations that the police service and the public have of how police officers should behave. They are not intended to describe every situation but rather to set a framework which everyone can easily understand. They enable everybody to know what type of conduct by a police officer is acceptable and what is unacceptable.

Honesty and Integrity

Police officers are honest, act with integrity and do not compromise or abuse their position.

Authority, Respect and Courtesy

Police officers act with self-control and tolerance, treating members of the public and colleagues with respect and courtesy.

Equality and Diversity

Police officers act with fairness and impartiality. They do not discriminate unlawfully or unfairly. Police officers carry out their duties with fairness and impartiality and in accordance with current equality legislation. In protecting others’ human rights, they act in accordance with Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Use of force

Police officers only use force to the extent that it is necessary, proportionate and reasonable in all the circumstances. There will be occasions when police officers may need to use force in carrying out their duties, for example to effect an arrest or prevent harm to others.

Orders and Instructions

Police officers only give and carry out lawful orders and instructions. Police officers abide by police regulations, force policies and lawful orders. The police service is a disciplined body and therefore any decision not to follow an order or instruction will need to be fully justified.

Duties and Responsibilities

Police officers are diligent in the exercise of their duties and responsibilities. Police officers do not neglect their duties or responsibilities.

Confidentiality

Police officers treat information with respect and access or disclose it only in the proper course of police duties.

Fitness for Duty

Police officers when on duty or presenting themselves for duty are fit to carry out their duties and responsibilities.

Discreditable Conduct

Police officers behave in a manner which does not discredit the police service or undermine public confidence, whether on or off duty.

Off-duty conduct

Police officers have some restrictions on their private life. These restrictions are laid down in the Police Regulations 2003. These restrictions have to be balanced against the right to a private life. Therefore, in considering whether a police officer has acted in a way which falls below these standards while off-duty, due regard should be given to that balance and any action should be proportionate taking into account all of the circumstances.

Even when off duty, police officers do not behave in a manner that discredits the police service or undermines public confidence.

Challenging and Reporting Improper Conduct

Police officers report, challenge or take action against the conduct of colleagues which has fallen below the standards of professional behaviour expected.

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The government is going to do nothing. Everyone on all sides of the debate knows this (even though there isn't a debate).

They will never do anything, the people in power are spineless, pathetic and impotent. Who knows how many of them are peedos themselves, probably quite a lot.

The whole problem needs to be eradicated, without question. It has got to the stage where this will be impossible without drastic measures. Every buzzword you hear from a government/spineless tw*ts mouth about 'education' and all the rest of it is simply diversion so that they can and will continue to do absolutely nothing. If they leave it long enough, they will be gone, they won't be blamed - and this is exactly what has happened in many cases.

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The grooming and abuse of (mainly white) girls by Asian men is still happening. These men are dangerous paedophiles, no better than Savile.

This isn't a race issue; it's a child protection issue. The men are wrecking lives.

I have listened recently to a first-hand account from a tearful mother whose once-bubbly daughter has been systematically manipulated and turned into a wreck by a group of Pakistani men. The police have washed their hands. This is happening now in Dewsbury.

I suspect it's happening in many other towns.

1,400 children abused in Rotherham.

Quite frankly, it makes me sick.

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That's the part that really sticks in the craw isn't it? When it fits with their ideology, they can spring into action at the smallest sign of anything they can spin as a problem. When it doesn't fit, they're happy to sit back and watch 1400 kids have their lives destroyed. The people running that council are beyond evil.

True. But I guess if the council think paedophilia is OK if it means not losing a voting block, I suppose the political persecution of other parties is pretty mild stuff.

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