The abuse of hundreds of young girls is under investigation in Britain and the scandal features mostly Asian men raping white girls. An MP told ministers that vulnerable white working class girls are being traded off for sex in a "routine way".
The investigation has drawn the attention of conservative politician Lucy Allan who addressed her fellow politicians after reports surfaced claiming up to 1,000 children have been victimized by the growing rape epidemic in Telford under her watch.
Allan added that the cases would not have happened if the victims were from different backgrounds. The English town Telford was exposed by an article in the Sunday Mirror which reported "groups of mainly Asian men" were targeting vulnerable white teens since at least the 1980's.
The report even garnered the attention of Britain's top child protection officer who said "difficult cultural questions" needed to be raised about the systematic abuse happening for decades in Telford. Chief Constable Simon Bailey spoke before a Home Affairs Select Committee asking, "What culturally drives this? What culturally permits the type of abuse that we are seeing in that particular offending model?"
To add to the atrocity, people like this female Islamic cleric are being allowed on television to say that "enslaving and raping little white girls is permissible in Islam."
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The report alleges young girls in Telford were groomed, drugged, and raped while they were passed between abusers like property. Some victims even became pregnant, were forced to have abortions and then raped again. Three of the sex slaves were murdered and two more died from complications stemming from the abuse.
The whole affair has been allowed to rot and fester for too long and it's time to bring the despicable sex trade to the public spotlight. Yet, even after the report highlighting the tragic abuse, the victims and their families receive little support or sympathy. Perhaps the real reason the story isn't catching on isn't to do with the crime, but rather the color of the victims.
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It seems these girls are deemed not worth reporting on by mainstream media outlets because they are white. In a politically correct world full of social justice, the only thing that the media is looking for are examples of racism and sexism, except when the victims are white.
Perhaps it also has to do with the perpetrators.
The Asian men accused of raping hundreds of young girls don't fit the stereotypical villain and so they are deemed not newsworthy. If it were white men drugging and rapping Asian girls the world would be outraged. This reverse racism is rampant in 2018 and it's poor victims such as the girls in Telford that truly pay the price.
Will they ever see justice and will their vile rapists ever be brought to justice? Or will they be allowed to hide with help from a mainstream media that refuses to expose their heinous acts because it doesn't fit their liberal narrative?
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