Who raped thousands of British children?

Published by ReeeePost on Sunday, May 17, 2020 (Last Modified: Tuesday, June 30, 2020)

In July of 2018 the Home Secretary of the UK, a man by the name of Sajid Javid promised the British people that he would launch an investigation into the characteristics of the people who perpetrated the mass rape and sexual exploitation of tens of thousands of underage British girls. 

He said:

“I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it”

As we would come to find out in 2019, this, to nobodies surprise, was a lie. Because when the public requested access to the information gathered by the government they were told that this information would not be released citing the reason:

"It is not in the public interest"

Now. Why would this information not be in the public interest?

I can tell you why, because the men who perpetrated the mass rape of school-aged girls were not English, they were not British, and they were not European. The men responsible for the mass defilement of our children are largely Pakistani, just like Sajid Javid. When the British government declares that the release of this information is not "In the public interest", they are referring to the interests of the immigrants, not the natives.

If this information vindicated the migrants it would have been in the headlines for weeks. We know that if this research showed that the mass rape of our children was perpetrated by any less than 49% foreign perpetrators, then the headlines would have said "more than half of the grooming gangs were native men".

No. The only reason this information is not being released is because it cannot be spun in any way. It categorically points out that we are being subjected to the raiding parties of a foreign race, and our girls are the plunder.  

 The Huddersfield grooming gang perpetrators

Why would releasing the profile of these men be against the public interest? Hmmm

That is why at the beginning of 2020 a petition was created on The rules of this site dictate that should a petition meet the requirement of 20,000 signatures then the government must respond, and at 100,000 signatures the government must consider the subject for debate in the House of Commons. As you would expect, this petition blew past 20,000 signatures and at the time of my writing this, contains 125,000 signatures. 

A few weeks later, on the 24th of April 2020, the government delivered a response. Here it is for you to read, or skip if you want too, since I'll save you some time by telling you now, they completely dodge the question.

Tackling child sexual abuse is this Government’s priority. Any insights gained from our internal work will inform our future action to end this devastating abuse, including the forthcoming Strategy.

Child sexual abuse is a truly horrendous crime that shatters the lives of victims and their families. This Government has made it our mission to protect the most vulnerable in our society, and we will continue to work tirelessly at every level to protect children, support victims and stamp out offending.

Our approach is simple: we will do everything in our power to help those at risk and to leave offenders with no place to hide.

First, we have improved support for those who have suffered this appalling crime. We have increased funding for specialist local services for victims of sexual violence from £8 million to £12 million a year. Those affected have our unequivocal support, so we have also doubled our Support for Victims and Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse fund to £1.2 million, to help charities do more to help people across the country.

Second, the vile offenders preying on our children must face justice. The Home Office continues to support and drive improvements in the police response to child sexual abuse. We have prioritised this horrific crime as a national threat to ensure offenders face the full force of the law and provided significant Police Transformation Fund investment to improve the police response. Group offending must be eradicated, and we continue to provide Special Grant funding to forces carrying out major child sexual exploitation investigations.

Last September, we announced an additional £30 million to strengthen our mission to take down the worst offenders and safeguard and support victims. We continue to look for ways to do more and are developing a cross-government Child Sexual Abuse Strategy to ensure the whole system works for victims. The Strategy will set out how we will work across all sectors - including government, law enforcement, safeguarding and industry - to stop offenders in their tracks, and to help victims and survivors rebuild their lives.

Group-based child sexual exploitation is a particularly repugnant form of abuse that has a devasting impact on villages, towns and communities, particularly where it has gone on for years. These unthinkable crimes tear neighbourhoods apart and leave lasting scars that go beyond the direct victims. Extremists may also seek to exploit legitimate concerns to sow further division. The Government will continue to challenge these views and to help communities unite.

Child sexual abusers come from all walks of life, and from many different age groups, communities, ethnicities and faiths. Abuse is abuse, and misplaced sensitivities must never be allowed to put any child at risk. We are clear that police forces must continue to fully investigate these heinous crimes whenever and wherever they occur, and to ensure that anyone found responsible is prosecuted.

To help end this terrible form of abuse, the Home Office has been investigating the characteristics of group-based child sexual exploitation. It is right, proper and routine for the Government to carry out internal fact-finding work as part of policy development, as we do across a range of crime threats. Any insights gained from this important internal work will be used to inform our future action to end this devastating abuse, including the forthcoming Strategy.

Our research will help us better understand offending, to help prevent these vile crimes. Key findings will inform our own work, action at a local level, and law enforcement action to catch those responsible for this horrific abuse.

As part of our work, we have completed a review of existing literature. We have spoken to investigators and safeguarding professionals to better explore the challenges in investigating these crimes and their understanding of the offenders and victims of group-based child sexual exploitation.

The Government appreciates public interest in this matter and shares the nation’s outrage and determination to end this atrocious form of abuse. Mistakes have undoubtedly been made in the past and must never be allowed to happen again.

We will continue to work relentlessly to understand and end all forms of child sexual abuse. The most vulnerable in our society deserve our protection and we will work tirelessly to keep them safe and to bring their tormentors to justice.

~ Home Office

A million words to say absolutely nothing. 

They attempt to claim they have taken action by declaring that they, in their infinite compassion, have given an additional £4.6 million to causes that help the victims of sexual abuse. How generous of them.

Let's put that into perspective though, a net total of £7.8 billion was sent to the European Union in 2018. We send nearly 1700 times more money to the EU every single year. If we cannot afford to spend more than 0.06% of what we send the EU on the preservation of our children's safety and to bring justice against the foreign subhuman scum who have victimized our children, then we are no longer a people worth taking seriously. But that is the point, isn't it? We did not decide to budget this absolute pittance to secure the safety of our children, they did. 

Pay special attention to these lines:

Extremists may also seek to exploit legitimate concerns to sow further division. The Government will continue to challenge these views and to help communities unite.

Child sexual abusers come from all walks of life, and from many different age groups, communities, ethnicities and faiths.

If you think more should be done about the mass rape of our children then a prison sentence for the rapists then you are the extremist they are referring too. If you noticed a pattern in the characteristics of the rapists then you are the extremist. If you think that foreigners are responsible for these crimes, particularly the Pakistani community, which is not only where the rapists came from, but also where the rapists were hidden and protected from justice, then you are the extremist that they, the people that run your government, are talking about. 

Every age group, community, ethnicity and faith may have its child sex abusers, but it was specific demographics that groomed, raped and prostituted our children en masse. If "sowing division" between the children of my nation and the community that targeted them for rape and prostitution is extreme, then I am proudly an extremist. 

As you will see if scroll back up and take a look at the faces of those perpetrators, you will notice that they are different from us. You may also notice that when I edit Sajid Javid's face into that lineup, it doesn't look so out of place, does it? There are now many people in the government like Sajid Javid and these are the people that saw the rape of our children and decided that 0.06% of the EU's yearly budget was a satisfactory amount of money to throw at the situation in an attempt to appear like they care.

Well, we saw through it, the response was deemed unacceptable and a new response was demanded. On the 19th of May, 2020, a fortnight after the public rejected the original letter, a new response written by Priti Patel was released. You can read it here.

In this response, they claim that they will be publishing a paper on the grooming gangs at some point this year. However, she strongly warns us that it will not reveal information that "damages the integrity of law enforcement operations". 

It is vital that when (or if) this paper is released that we demand quality of data, they cannot be allowed to give us copouts like "the perpetrators were from low-income backgrounds" we must demand that we are given information regarding the perpetrator's countries of origins, their religious beliefs and their heritage. We must not allow them to muddy the water by disguising the statistics behind situations that apply to all people in the UK. 

For example, there are many poor native British men, these men did not go and form rape gangs, and so we can deduct that this was not caused by having a "low-income background", this is very clearly an issue of either race, culture, religion or most likely a confluence of all those factors. 

It should also be noted that in this latest response Priti Patel takes the opportunity to tell us how generous she is, this time reminding us that the government has announced an additional £30 million in funding to take down sex offenders and safeguard victims. How magnanimous, an additional 0.38% of the EU's yearly budget being tossed to the same bureaucrats that allowed the mass rape of our children in the first place. 

We do not care about the money, we care about the results. I don't care if you can do it for a dollar or have to spend the entirety of EUs pocket money on solving this problem. Bringing the perpetrators to justice and putting in place the circumstances so that an atrocity like this may never occur again on British soil is the only result that matters. 

This is the message we must push, we do not want press conferences, we do not want to fund toothless organisations and we do not want dialogue. We want results, we want rapists executed, the bureaucrats that looked the other way to be hung, the borders closed and the removal of those demographics responsible for the defilement of our children. 

As this article has surpassed the 100,000 signature requirement for this topic to be debated in the House of Commons, we must ensure that this happens, and that when it does, that it is the actual issues that are addressed. We can not allow the debate to be whether we spend 30 million or 100 million, we must make this debate about removing the source of these rapists, by any means necessary. We must break up the foreign communities from which these rapists were spawned, we must remove these rapist generators and cease the importation of rapists from these cultures and places going forward. 

Make sure to write/phone your local politicians and make yourself heard. The government is not going to do anything on its own, it is already made up of people who identify with the rapists and not the victims, we have to force the government to act, and remove those who fail to do so. It is our responsibility to form communities and lobbies that can take back power for ourselves. If the Pakistanis are capable of unifying and protecting rapists, then we can unify to protect our children and retake the lands of our forefathers. Priti Patel, Sajid Javid, Diane Abbot and David Lammy are not going to do it for you. 

Any man who can sit by as the children of his people are raped by a foreign tribe is no man at all, it is time to start working towards a brighter future. The first step in this process is awareness, there are people in the UK burning down 5G towers because they think they cause Coronavirus, imagine what could be accomplished if every man in the British Isles was aware of the crimes perpetrated against the children of his tribe. 

Do your part, spread awareness, demand action, collectivise against those who would do harm to your children and retake the nation your forefathers secured through sweat and blood.