Ms Sarah Champion MP
House of Commons
Dear Ms Champion,
I am writing to you via email and post after you refused to answer a perfectly reasonable question on twitter regarding the on-going gang-rape of vulnerable young English girls in your Rotherham constituency by predominately Pakistani Muslim males.
Not only did you fail to offer an explanation, you blocked me instead, which I find deeply troubling when one considers you are an elected representative of the British people and the Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities.
Perhaps you are embarrassed about your lack of clear action over this horrifying injustice? I can think of no other reason for closing down an outlet for free speech! Surely you could have directed me to a site which outlined your current proposals for protecting your vulnerable constituents from this most wicked of sexual crimes, rather than blocking me?
It does rather seem you are following in the less than admirable footsteps of your predecessor, Denis MacShane MP, who admitted he had known about the rape, torture and ruined lives of countless young girls in Rotherham, but had said nothing because, as he so disgracefully put it, “I didn’t want to rock the multicultural boat.”
I have found a Daily Express article from August 2014, where you stated the following:
“When I was elected as the MP for Rotherham in November 2012 my motivation for standing was to give a voice to society's most vulnerable, so I knew that addressing child abuse should be my top priority.”
“Reading last week's report by Professor Alexis Jay on the Rotherham child abuse scandal made me feel physically sick. The sheer scale of more than 1,400 child victims having been sexually exploited between 1997 and 2013 is hard to comprehend and deeply shocking.”
“Some have asked about why the authorities were afraid to address the race of the perpetrators. My answer to them is this: child abuse is child abuse regardless of the race of the perpetrator. Protecting a child from being exploited is far more important than being called a racist. If people did care more about being politically correct than about protecting children they should be rooted out.”
These are all fine words Ms Champion, but as is so often the case with Labour MP’s these days, you refuse to confront the glaring issue of Islam here. The attitude of Pakistani males toward English girls is racial to a degree, but of far more importance is Islam’s attitude toward non-Muslim women, who are deemed as inferior beings and can thus be treated in a manner devoid of respect or humanity.
I do hope that as the MP for an area embroiled in the disastrous consequences of multiculturalism, you have taken the time and trouble to fully understand the ideology of Islam - particularly Islam’s abhorrent and misogynistic attitude toward women? I think it is vitally important you do so, bearing in mind your title of Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities…
But I fear my hope is in vain. A full two years after your brave words above, the Muslim gang-rape of young English girls continues on an industrial scale in Rotherham, whilst the police, social services and media continue to look the other way. In the article linked above, you acknowledge the gang-rape continues, but you attempt to deflect blame away from the Pakistani Muslim community, quote:
“The abuse is still going on…these are new cases, these are ongoing cases, these are live cases. What I’m seeing is there’s a lot people coming forward with peer on peer abuse and it’s not so much the older Pakistani man that I’m hearing as a perpetrator.”
Really Ms Champion? Are you quite sure about that? The article you are quoted in implies quite the opposite:
“In shocking testimony the father of one girl who was raped by the criminal gangs told how packs of young Kashmiri men linked to her abuser still turn up outside his home to intimidate the family….another concerned resident told Express.co.uk he regularly saw cars full of abusers kerb crawling in the area around his home, adding it is an open secret taxi drivers still target local schools at home time in the hope of picking up young girls. The man - a former university lecturer – said he was “furious” grooming is still going on so openly despite the public outcry, and “I've seen the young men and they are like dogs on heat outside the house, they won't go away. They are outside a white girl's house, the kid is screaming in the kitchen, the men want to get in and screw her but the police aren't interested.”
So it is still going on Ms Champion, despite your peculiar insistence it is not driven by Islam. I see you have set up a new organisation called DARE2CARE which talks at great length about child sexual abuse, but astonishingly makes no mention of Pakistani Muslims at all! This is more than astonishing of course, it is a complete betrayal of the English girls in Rotherham for political reasons, and the betrayer-in-chief is you, the most important person they could turn to – if you were prepared to listen.
Ms Champion, you seem to be in denial about all of this, despite your apparent good intentions. It would have been the right thing to do, in moral and ethical terms, to answer my question on Twitter rather than blocking me, but perhaps you could now provide me with an explanation as to your real, concrete proposals to stop these sickening crimes once and for all. If you cannot, I’m not sure how you can remain in your post as Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, and I’m equally sure that deep down you must feel the same way as well.
I look forward to hearing from you at your earliest convenience.
Chairman, Liberty GB.
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