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One 11-year-old known as Child H told police that she and another girl had been sexually assaulted by grown men. When she was 12, Child H was found in the back of a taxi with a man who had indecent pictures of her on his phone.
“To cover up something of this scale, it is evil,” says Mrs Collins.They picked children up from schools and care homes and trafficked them across northern cities for other men to join in the fun.They doused a 15-year-old in petrol and threatened to set her alight should she dare to report them.All but one of the perpetrators were Muslims of Pakistani heritage who would have related to Cliff’s hit, Living Doll.The living dolls of Rotherham were bent and twisted to their masters’ will. As the sterling Professor Jay observes, South Yorkshire Police “regarded many child victims with contempt”.We have seen child-grooming cases before, but the disgusting stories revealed in the report by Professor Alexis Jay amount to evidence of abuse on an industrial scale.
Men of Pakistani heritage treated white girls like toilet paper.
A recent Radio 4 item about how junior jihadists spending their gap year massacring people in Iraq could be “reintegrated” into British society produced hoots of derision on social media and spilt tea across the breakfast tables of England. ) The period of giving the benefit of the doubt to young Muslims who go on “camping holidays” to Syria is over.
Undoubtedly, the fact that “Jihadi John”, the hooded man who was party to the beheading of James Foley, spoke with a London accent has provoked further despair about the widespread failure of Muslims to integrate. A child raised with all the freedoms and blessings of a British upbringing behaving like a natural-born barbarian.
The whole thing is like a real-life episode of Prime Suspect, in which councillors, the police and child-protection staff collude to give a bunch of sadistic thugs licence to pimp a town’s most vulnerable children.
As they say in Yorkshire: “They want shooting, the lot of them.” This will come as no comfort to the 1,400 brutalised girls, many of whom have self-harmed or committed suicide, but I reckon Rotherham may be the final nail in the coffin of multiculturalism.
A recent poll showed that 44 per cent of young Britons believe that Muslims do not share the same values as the rest of the population, while 28 per cent said they felt Britain would be “better off” with fewer Muslims.