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Thursday, 17 August 2017

MP Sarah Champion speaks truth to power: anti-racist MPs devour her

A person who said – to the BBC - that many people are afraid to even raise cases of Muslim grooming for fear of being labelled racist has herself been labelled a racist. At least certain leftwingers and people in Jeremy Corbyn's (radical-socialist) Labour Party have done so.

Jeremy Corbyn himself said that the Labour Party wouldn't "demonise any particular group". Fellow Labour MP Naz Shah also said her words were "irresponsible" and "setting a dangerous precedent".

And so will the Muslim child-grooming show carry on just as before?

Sarah Champion (a Labour PM and member of the Shadow Cabinet – until now) made her comments after 18 people (17 of whom were Muslim) were convicted of offences in a series of trials related to Muslim gangs grooming white (non-Muslim) girls in Newcastle.

In an article for The Sun, Champion wrote:

Britain has a problem with British-Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls.”

Is that factually incorrect? No.

Is it politically incorrect? Yes; to many leftwingers and to some Labour MPs.

And so it goes on.

In that article, Champion continued:

There. I said it. Does that make me a racist? Or am I just prepared to call out this horrifying problem for what it is? These people are predators and the common denominator is their ethnic heritage.”

Again – all true! Except that socialist causes (or theories) are more important to the Labour Party than truth or young, white working-class girls. Truth (or fact) doesn't advance “progressive politics”.

The Labour Party and the Left generally are saying - yet again - that associating grooming gangs with Muslims - or with Pakistanis - is racist. It was precisely this crazy anti-racism which caused the problem in the first place. 

Here we go again!

Does the Labour Party - and the Left generally - want yet more white girls to become sacrificial lambs for its socialist theology?

The fact is that nearly all groomers are Muslim. A large proportion - of that large proportion - are Pakistanis. Now the Labour Party and the Left say that it's racist to point this out. This was precisely what happened in Rotherham in 2012/13.... and in Oldham, Keighley, Blackburn, etc. before that.

The Left has learned precisely nothing!

It can't learn anything. Socialist theology doesn't allow it. Thus if acknowledging the ethnic or religious identity of 98% of groomers is - by leftist definition - racist, then the Left – or Corbyn's Labour Party – will carry on fighting against the facts. Progressive theory and sacred causes come before the facts.

This is also true of the BBC! Take this highly-deceitful passage on Sarah Champion:

Ms Champion's article was written after 17 men were convicted of forcing girls in Newcastle to have sex. The men, who were mostly British-born, were from Iraqi, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iranian and Turkish communities.”

Firstly, the BBC – of course - doesn't mention the fact that they were all Muslims - minus one. Secondly, it downplays the fact that most of them are Pakistanis. How does it do that? By mentioning that some groomers are also “Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iranian and Turkish”. It's true that Muslims from other communities have been involved in grooming; as have a tiny number of whites. However, the BBC doesn't mention the fact that they're all Muslims. In addition, the fact that groomers include a very small number of Bangladeshi, Indian, Iranian and Turkish Muslims doesn't stop it from being a fact that most are Pakistanis. Indeed the BBC's deceit is so subtle that it attempts to fuse the words “were mostly British-born” with the latter fact that they weren't all Pakistanis. Thus the BBC is happy to stress the fact that they're “mostly British-born” (in order, perhaps, not to provide succor to those against immigration): though it isn't happy with the parallel fact that they're all Muslims and mostly Pakistanis. In other words, one factual generalisation is okay (about being “British-born”) to the BBC; though the other isn't (about being Pakistani/Muslim).

Sarah Champion MP

I'm not fan of Sarah Champion. She didn't speak out against massive Muslim grooming of white girls until the shit hit the fan in 2013/14. Sure, she only became an MP in Rotherham in 2012; though she'd lived and worked in Rotherham before that. In terms of detail, Champion ran the Rotherham Arts Centre from 1992 to 1994. From 2008 to 2012, she was also the Chief Executive of the Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice – ironically enough - in Rotherham.

Sarah Champion first spoke out in 2013 (or possibly as late as 2014) – and then only after an academic report on grooming went public. (She must trust academics more than she trusts the people of Rotherham.) That was one year after she'd become an MP in Rotherham (in 2012). Before that, Sarah Champion had lived and worked in Rotherham; as already stated. (See this piece about an MP who was sued by Sarah Champion for stating these truths about Muslim grooming gangs.)

One person who knew about the abuse wrote to Sarah Champion in 2012. Vice tells us:

"He [Mr Cole] wrote that she needed to get her hands dirty and speak out. Cole told Champion, 'I was warning about people in that gang in 2005 - RMBC ignored these concerns'. Champion assured him that she believed that 'we have a strong system in place'..."

In other words, Sarah Champion only spoke out – as I said - when the shit had hit the fan.

Sarah Champion also once said (to ITV News, in August 2014) that in the U.K. most abusers are white. In her own words:

"Of the 1,400 abusers, I don't know how many were of Asian descent. What I do know is...95%...are single white males."

That's simply because most people in the UK are white. It's proportionality that matters. Virtually every sex-groomer in Rotherham was a Muslim and virtually every victim was white (a non-Muslim). Apart from that, she used the words “1,400 abusers” - that's the figure for the victims, not the abusers.

Despite all that, Sarah Champion may well have seen the error of her ways. However, the fact that she's apologised for her comments showed that she's descended back into tribal leftwing anti-racism. Indeed she said that she apologised 

“for the offence caused by the extremely poor choice of words in The Sun article on Friday”.

What Champion said in The Sun is true. Why apologise for telling the truth? Why? Because she's a member of Corbyn's Labour Party: mentioning facts like this is racist. Full stop.

In 2011 (just before the Rotherham scandal), Sarah Champion would never have dared to say that the UK had a “‘problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls” because all hell would have been let loose had she done so. She would have been sacked by the Labour party. She wouldn't have needed to resign.

Yet what Champion is saying today is true. It was true in 2012 when the Rotherham scandal broke. Indeed it was also true in the year 2000 and even before that. Muslim gangs have been grooming white girls for well over twenty years. 

And yet the Labour Party is still fighting against fact/truth in order to advance – yet further – its eternal and fanatical war against (often fake) racism. The only racism I can see here is against white working-class girls: the sacrificial lambs of socialist theology.

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