Just kidding (about the Christian bit). Here are their names:
- Nashir Uddin
- Taherul Alam
- Mohammed Hassan Ali
- Mohammed Azram
- Monjur Choudhury
- Saiful Islam
- Abdulhamid Minoyee
- Jahanger Zaman
- Mohibur Rahman
- Prabhat Nelli
- Nadeem Aslam
- Eisa Mousavi
- Habibur Rahim
- Badrul Hussain
- Abdul Sabe
- Redwan Siddquee
- Yassar Hussain
Now, a little bit of pattern recognition might be in order here. One should ask oneself the following: is there any common link in the backgrounds of these individuals?
Yet no one dares to mention what is blindingly obvious to anyone who is smarter than the average shoelace. Namely, that all of the seventeen individuals, barring one perhaps (Prabhat Nelli), are of Muslim descent. This is a vital fact, as it comprises part of a larger pattern that has sadly been seen across Europe in recent years. But more on that later.
Notwithstanding, the BBC has taken the politically-correct line of stating that the men were “mostly Asian.” No mention of religion was made. The Guardian similarly referred to the men as being, “British Asian.” The New York Times also merely stated that the men were, “predominantly Asian.”
Yet referring to the men as being “Asian,” is simply too broad a categorization and a deliberate attempt to obfuscate and confuse. For there are virtually no Buddhists, Jains, Taoists, Shintos, Confucians, Hindus, or Sikhs on this particular list of people.
During the Catholic Church’s own sex scandals involving children, nobody referred to the perpetrators as “American men,” or “Italian men.” They were referred to as Catholics, precisely because they were all Catholics.
Which begs the question: why are we not being honest about this?
It is worth recounting some of the harrowing details of this particular case in order to inject some urgency into the matter. For this particular criminal ring is almost identical to other Muslim “sex grooming,” gangs that have been active in recent years.
This particular sex grooming ring was located around Newcastle, a town in Northern England. Essentially, the men (with the help of one white female recruiter) would recruit young white girls, aged between 13 and 25, and would rape them repeatedly, often for months and for years. The rapes were frequently gang rapes.
The men would lure the girls with offers of food, alcohol, and drugs, notably mephedrone, an amphetamine. The men would then demand sex in return. The girls, being mostly of working-class backgrounds, with little money to spend of their own and often with limited parental supervision in their lives, often succumbed. In this particular case, over 20 young girls were made into sex slaves by the aforementioned men.
In April 2014, one victim, an 18-year-old girl, fell asleep at her attacker’s home while under the influence of mephedrone. When she awoke, she found that her pants were undone. Habibur Rahim, a ringleader in this particular sex grooming gang, was lying next to her. There was a wardrobe placed in front of the door. Rahim told her, “we just done it.”
Rahim, the lovely individual that he is, often coerced his victims to have sex with his friends as well. Often, they did. Yet Rahim had the gall to later claim that, “all of the witnesses were liars and that the police were racist and that he was a victim,” according to the Guardian.
But the appallingly cavalier attitudes of these men doesn’t end there. In 2014 while on public transport, one of the convicted men, Badrul Hussain, started to yell at the ticket inspector. What he said was highly illuminating: “All white women are only good for one thing. For men like me to fuck and use like trash. That’s all women like you are worth.”
Sadly, this case in Newcastle is far from an isolated incident. The most notorious case was in Rotherham, another town in Northern England, between the years of 1997 and 2013. During this time, around 1,400 young girls, aged 11 through 15, were sexually trafficked and assaulted by groups of mostly Muslim men.
The pattern there too was essentially the same: men would lure young girls with food, alcohol, and drugs, and would rape them repeatedly in return.
One girl reportedly performed oral sex on a few men in exchange for ten cigarettes. Another girl was stabbed 40 times and thrown into a canal by her Muslim ex-boyfriend, an act that police described as an “honor killing.” One girl was doused with petrol while men mockingly lit matches in front of her. Another 15-year-old girl was beaten unconscious with hammer.
Cases of this type have occurred in other towns across England as well, including in the Manchester suburb of Rochdale and in Oxfordshire. In the latter case, a girl was branded on her buttocks with the letter “M”. “M” standing for “Mohammed,” the man who claimed her as his chattel. Mohammed would also pimp out the girl to other men for between £400 and £600. He also performed an illegal abortion on her with a hooked object on an empty street. She will have to live with this burden for the rest of her life.
All of this sounds like it comes from a fictional, dystopian, Islamophobic nightmare. But alas it is all true.
Newcastle is but one of the many cases of this nature that have arisen in the UK in recent years. Political correctness and fears of being labeled as “racist” have in the past prevented the authorities from taking actions against perpetrators of these horrific crimes.
Let us hence not continue to make these same mistakes. Let us stop with the tediously euphemistic terms like “Asian men” to describe the attackers. They are not generic “Asian men.” They are Muslim men.
This phenomenon of the mass sexual exploitation of white girls is clearly culturally-derived. It should come as no surprise that some men who grow up in societies that view life-loving, uncovered, free women as being “dirty” and “impure” should conduct themselves in this manner. Let us stop the self-deception, the lies, and the willful ignorance that continues to stifle discussion of this topic. If for no other reason, it should be done for the girls’ sakes.