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By Pete Moore On January 14th, 2020

Over to Manchester, for the latest details of mass jihad-rape, enabled and abetted by the useless, hopeless police.

Fears over race relations affected police probe into child sex grooming gang, report suggests

Dozens of teenage girls suspected of being groomed and abused in Manchester by gangs of men from Asian backgrounds were failed because police feared upsetting race relations, a new probe has suggested.

Victims repeatedly alerted officers about sexual assaults, giving names and addresses of those involved, but, in almost all cases, no action was ever taken.

Now, a bombshell report suggests Greater Manchester Police and the city council shelved an investigation into what was happening at least partially because of the “many sensitive community issues” they felt faced with.

“Concerns were expressed about the risk of proactive tactics or the incitement of racial hatred,” the 145-page independent review states.

And it adds: “The authorities knew that many [victims] were being subjected to the most profound abuse and exploitation but did not protect them from the perpetrators. This is a depressingly familiar picture and has been seen in many other towns and cities across the country.”

Don’t tell me that mass immigration has benefited British society. It has been a catastrophe. It is not one gang, one neighborhood or even one town. Tens of thousands of young girls – almost all of them in state so-called care – have been groomed, tortured, branded, raped and, in some cases, murdered across the country by Pakistani muslims.

It centres on Operation Augusta, which was set up in 2004 after the death of Victoria Agoglia, 15, a girl who reported being raped but who died from a suspected overdose soon after she alerted authorities to the abuse.

Augusta subsequently identified at least 57 victims – mainly white girls aged from 12 to 16 – and some 97 potential suspects involved in grooming across the region.

But senior officers at GMP under-resourced the investigation before closing it down completely with the backing of Manchester City Council. Only three people were ever convicted of related crimes at court.

The force had, at that time, just finished dealing with unrelated cases involving the Kurdish community which had created severe tensions and officers were keen not to be seen targeting another minority group, it is suggested.

Victoria Agoglia was repeatedly injected with heroin and raped by Pakistani muslims. She told social workers and the police and they chose to do nothing. In the end a Pakistani muslim injected her with heroin and she died.

No-one has has been held accountable. No-one has been investigated. No-one has been charged, either with paedophiliac jihad-rape offences or with aiding and abetting it when you job is to stop it.

The police always have the resources to do other things. But stop tens of thousands of girls from being abused by muslims? Oh that’s too much trouble!  Bets stay quiet. Don’t rock the boat. The Pakistani muslims might get upset.


  1. https://europe.infowars.com/netherlands-44-percent-of-women-feel-unsafe-in-public-places/

    Key findings of the survey include:

    85% sometimes feel unsafe using public transport, with one-third of that group saying the feeling is frequent or constant
    44% avoid public transportation altogether after dark
    55% regularly carry carry items that can be used as weapons, like umbrellas, keys, defensive sprays, or even knives
    42% sometimes walk alternate routes, even if they are longer, for safety reasons
    43% sometimes feel unsafe taking taxis
    28% feel unsafe walking around due to harassment by groups of men
    Most women who have been attacked or sexually assaulted were not assisted by bystanders

    Multiple readers shared tales of being surrounded, robbed, or attacked by large groups of foreign males.


    Ladies – join the dots. You all wanted them in Holland, and yet you feel unsafe because of those whom you want in Holland, and everywhere else:


    On September 13, 2015, 60 organizations set up a march in Amsterdam to show that many people welcome the refugees. Camera&Editing Djûke Stammeshaus.