The current Rotherham scandal is a severe symptom of widespread anti-Englishness! In addition to evidence of the abuse of young white girls now exposed in Rotherham, this condition has also previously been found in Oxford, Derby, Rochdale, Telford, and Peterborough where there have been convictions . . . all in England you notice!
At long last there has been acknowledgement that asian men with an imported attitude and culture have been preying on young girls in ways and to an extent which would not have been tolerated in their country of origin. It is no defence to claim that asian girls were also victims or that white men have been involved in other such crimes.
More latterly we have the spectacle of Muslims on radio and television condemning the offences in Rotherham, implying that so called ‘Muslim communities’ knew nothing about them! Just who do they think they are deceiving. Would they have us imagine that the ‘Muslim community’ alone was unaware of a situation which, on the evidence of numerous admissions, was otherwise common knowledge?
Anyone who heard Ann Cryer (former MP for Keighley until she stood down in 2010) on BBC Radio 4 on 1st September will have heard her describe how a local Muslim councillor raised the issue of abuse of a number of young muslim girls with the mullahs at his local mosque but none of them were interested in pursuing the problem. [Ann also recounted how, in an interview she had with Ken Livingstone, he attempted to suggest that abuse of young girls by asian men was a BNP invention. How politically blinkered can you get!]
There are a variety of familial and other links between Muslim groups in Rotherham, Bradford, Leicester, Bury, Manchester and elsewhere, and the notion that this section of English society was ignorant of what was occurring in Rochdale, Telford, Derby and Peterborough is not credible. There are many Muslims who, although finding it convenient to live in England, regard the white community with contempt.
Since 1997 in particular, there has been discrimination against England as a national entity and the English as a group on an industrial scale! Small wonder then that anything white and English is devalued. The significance of 1997 is, of course, the assumption of office of a British Government dominated by Scots! Most of the great offices of state were occupied by Scots and they applied standards to England which differed from and are inferior to those they applied elsewhere in the UK. They promoted nationhood and national identity for themselves on terms which they deliberately denied for England and the English; this is their massive hypocrisy!
Not only were a range of powers devolved to Scotland and Wales on a national basis following referenda, but an ‘ethnic monitoring’ system was instituted which deliberately excluded the English as a distinct group. The consequences are becoming increasingly obvious as the Scots and Welsh (and Irish) assert THEIR individual national identities, whilst the English are denied similar treatment. The undeclared plan is for the English to be solely British. Only in England do Jews, Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus et al describe themselves as British Jews, British Muslims etc; in Scotland and Wales they tend to regard themselves as Scottish or Welsh respectively.
The 2011 civil disturbances took place solely in England. They started in London, now the least English of England’s cities, and spread to Birmingham (where, according to the police account, eleven shots were fired at police, including at a police helicopter, and petrol bombs thrown at officers), Nottingham, Leicester and to parts of Greater Manchester and Merseyside. Are we to believe that the participants in those events identified with English society, that they cherished England? No, of course not! It must be apparent to all but the most obstinately blinkered that the preponderance of those engaged in the looting and destruction had [have?] contempt for the country in which they live. The death of a black man in one part of north London (Tottenham) and subsequent protests were merely a pretext for the widespread disruption which occurred elsewhere in London and thence in other of England’s cities.
There has been unceasing pressure for ‘multiculturalism‘, ‘diversity’ and ‘equality’ inflicted by the British Parliament and its agencies upon England in particular, diversity which does not include the English and our culture, equality for all except the English and at our expense. When we look at those propagating these hostile (one might even say traitorous) developments, they are invariably Scots or Welsh or Irish or Brits and many others who do not identify with the English. Often, these ‘non-English’ fail to remove any ambiguity about their ‘non-English’ positions thus allowing the erroneous assumption that they are ‘one of us’, the ‘us’ being the English.
There have been public displays of feigned shock and repugnance at recent revelations that young white children have been [are being] persistently abused, but many of us in England have been acutely aware of how relegated are we English. The BBC in particular mounts discussion after discussion about the UK, Scotland and England which excludes the expression of genuine English opinions and in which the principals invariably omit to explicitly declare their individual interests ie what they regard as THEIR national identity. So much for public standards! So much for public service broadcasting!
Against this background, how can anyone truly be surprised at the nadir of English identity, a low point in which some of the weakest in English society are abused persistently for prolonged periods. Instead of being cherished, our future in the form of young boys and girls is not merely neglected but devalued and mistreated. Are we to conclude that this ~ the demise of England and English people as a nation ~ was intended by those unrepresentative, opinionated British politicians who have infested the British Parliament for decades?
Rotherham has exposed a malaise in England which will not be cured by yet another enquiry accompanied by sackings, but by a radical change in our legislature and its anti-England, anti-English attitudes such that it sets the foundation nation of Britain’s achievements over centuries on a higher (perhaps the highest) plane in which English culture is recognised and accorded its rightful place, in which English law is properly enforced, not arbitrarily discarded by the police and others in authority driven by ‘political correctness’, and our young people safeguarded from foreign and other predators loose in our country.
It is our (England’s) young girls of all stripes (especially those of Pakistani and other origin, whether Muslim, Sikh, Hindhu or African) who will maintain and strengthen our society if we properly care for them and educate them. By such an approach, we may have some hope of minimising if not eradicating the cruel and arbitrary ideologies which place females in an inferior status, often relegating them to be no more than breeding animals providing pleasure for touchy men constantly in fear of losing face. By such an approach, we may save them from mutilation and forced marriage. By imparting knowledge we can bestow the gift of free choice such that they blossom, enhancing and enriching our society rather than being part, albeit involuntarily, of its destruction.
Our (the English) tragedy is that you won’t hear all the pundits and those in authority espouse this position. This is yet another reason to support the English Democrats Party, the only party putting England and all her people first!