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THOSE WHO LOOK AWAY ARE JUST AS GUILTY

By Pete Moore On January 15th, 2020

22 Responses to “THOSE WHO LOOK AWAY ARE JUST AS GUILTY”

  1. Why aren’t some of your police and other government kapos in prison?

  2. At least we know that the police and social worker culprits will face the full force of the law and the end of their careers.

    Yes of course I made that up. As if. “Early retirement” on full pension will be the worst they can expect to face, and most of them won’t even get that penalty.

  3. People look the other way.
    Too hot too handle same thing happened in the church . The answer is vigilance and supporting those who speak out . Often they are themselves victimised .

  4. Phantom –

    As someone has pointed out, bureaucracies exist solely to benefit those within them.

  5. Those police and social workers cited in point two of that headline should all be made accountable either by labour tribunals or the courts.

  6. I don’t think that is true.

    But in this case, bad people were in charge, and bad people were in the field.

    How does that happen

    This absolutely would not happen in many other countries. I’d have a hard time seeing it happening in the US ( not that we don’t have bad cops, we do )

    Why did it happen there is a proper question to ask. This is nearly impossible to compute.

  7. Paul

    This appears to be highly intentional dereliction of duty at best, protection of predators at worst.

    This in a functioning system would be a criminal manner.

    They didn’t screw up. They meant to do the bad things that they did.

  8. But in this case, bad people were in charge, and bad people were in the field.

    How does that happen

    We know how. It was to “protect race relations”. Plus their pensions of course, because to be suspected of a race crime for anyone in a government job means ruin.

    This is the logical conclusion of the anti-racism hysteria. Thousands of young girls are literally sacrificed to ritual jihad-rape to avoid upsetting immigrants.

  9. Are any major party politicians speaking straight about this

  10. I don’t know the full facts of the case Phantom but on the face of it I wouldn’t disagree with your 8.08.

  11. This is nearly impossible to compute.

    It NOT impossible!

    How many times have I told you that the police are not on our side? I meant it. The police is NOT ON OUR SIDE!!

    The police are a wholly politicised sub-division of the Marxist (PC) state. It is set completely at odds against what you would think of as normal, traditional policing. Yes, it is perfectly possible to compute because the police exists to inflict ultra-left wing dictats against the country.

    It ignores mass rapes and murder over many years, because the perpetrators are Paki muslim immigrants. This was not an accident. It will move heaven and earth to prosecute rude tweeting because saying what you like, particularly about immigrants and foreigners, is just about the greatest crime you can commit according to political orthodoxy.

  12. THOSE WHO LOOK AWAY ARE JUST AS GUILTY

    And as I said in the last post you made on this subject, you and I, and the rest of the British public are just as guilty. Because we’ve done f**k-all about it, and have carried on letting these bastards get away with it. people should have marched on Rochdale town hall and demanded those pieces of s*** left their jobs immediately, and face investigation for their covering up of this abuse.

  13. Phantom,

    This appears to be highly intentional dereliction of duty at best, protection of predators at worst.

    It was both Phantom. Incompetence, turning a blind eye, and in the words cases actually covering it up.

    In case you missed it the first time I posted this, read the Wikipedia article on it. It’s got lots of disturbing links.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotherham_child_sexual_exploitation_scandal

  14. It ignores mass rapes and murder over many years, because the perpetrators are Paki muslim immigrants. This was not an accident. It will move heaven and earth to prosecute rude tweeting

    Pete takes two extremes and pretends that there’s no huge quantity of policing between both ends of the spectrum.

  15. And as I said in the last post you made on this subject, you and I, and the rest of the British public are just as guilty. Because we’ve done f**k-all about it

    Way back, Nick Griffin warned what was going on, Tommy Robinson risked his life, his family, and his freedom doing the same.

    Of course they both got shouted down, and one ultimately lost his freedom.

    Well done liberals.

  16. A certain amount of it was a deliberate attempt by some people to look the other way, for a variety of reasons including not wanting to rock the boat in terms of race relations. Around that time there was an alleged threat of a chemical suicide bombing attack on Old Trafford during the North-West Derby. Police in Manchester arrested eight people, six of whom were Kurdish asylum seekers. It ended up being a complete hoax, the Kurds were Manchester United supporters going to the game etc… Someone in GMP had completely jumped the gun. It caused a huge amount of distrust between GMP and the local Kurdish community. In the months afterwards they clearly didn’t want to rock the boat with another group of primarily ethnic minority suspects.

    There were other issues, besides a desire not to annoy local ethic minorities. The operation was under-resourced (especially given the scale of it – 57 victims and 97 persons of interest). There was a lack of centralised oversight of the investigation (it was split between three distinct divisions of GMP), resulting in dispute and conflict between the divisional commanders as to who should put resources into it.

    The victims were overwhelmingly young, broken, difficult children, who didn’t want to cooperate with the police. At the time, especially as budgets tightened, entire lines of inquiry were shut down because the victim didn’t make a formal complaint (a policy that has now changed).

  17. Seamus: “The victims were overwhelmingly young, broken, difficult children, who didn’t want to cooperate with the police.”

    I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and allow you the defence of ignorance. But either you are ignorant or despicable.

    Girls went to the police, they were branded as prostitutes.

    The girl’s parents went to the police, the were branded as racist.

    One father found where his daughter was being held, and called the police, the police came and arrested the father for breach of the peace, and the daughter for drunken disorderly – she had been plied with drink and drugs and raped repeatedly.

    None of the men who held her captive while she was raped, were arrested. In the interests of ‘race relations’.

    The police had innumerable children, reporting assault and rape. Girls under the legal age of consent. That is the easiest case to prosecute, it practically needs no evidence, And a pool of ten or more different men’s seamen at the scene should make it a slam dunk for even our incompetent plod.

    Women may be pretty fucked up, but no young girl wants her first sexual encounter to be a stream of fifty or sixty year old complete and utter strangers in one night.

    It is obscene and inhuman that you could think so.

  18. What I said was one of the major conclusions of the report that this news story refers to. That you class someone who actually read the report as ignorant is, ironically, pretty ignorant on your part.

    And yes it should have been investigated further, even without the cooperation of the victims, which is what happens now. But it was an investigation into the failings of GMP. That was one of those failings.

    Also the father arrested thing was reported in the investigation into Rotherham, not this investigation.

  19. APL: “I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt and allow you the defence of ignorance. But either you are ignorant or despicable.”

    Seamus: “That you class someone who actually read the report as ignorant is, ironically, pretty ignorant on your part.”

    Out of your own mouth. you are not ignorant.

    So, you concur with the report that an underage girl, would choose as her first sexual encounter to be run through by multiple unknown men – and then abandoned.

    And that an underage girl who does go to the authorities, is a prostitute, because she has been raped.

    Then, yes, I agree with you, you are not ignorant. You are despicable.

  20. “So, you concur with the report that an underage girl, would choose as her first sexual encounter to be run through by multiple unknown men – and then abandoned.”

    No troll, neither I or the report say that. The report details police failings. One of those failings was the unwillingness of the police to proceed with investigations without cooperation from the victim. So when a child told a social worker she was being abused but didn’t want to tell the police there was no investigation. That was wrong and thankfully that has now changed.

  21. I think this piece is relevant to this thread.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7901731/Police-chief-admitted-force-ignored-sex-abuse-grooming-gangs-30-years.html

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