With One Exception

19 02 2015

Las Vegas

4:

Advocates: Pimps targeting children in schools, homes

Child sex trafficking is a brutal crime that targets youth just like any child you may know and love.

Those devoted to combating the crime say that breaking the cycle requires community help and parental involvement. Advocates say we can protect children from sex trafficking, but we have to be cognizant of how pimps are getting to kids. They may be targeted at places thought to be safe such as schools and homes.

Or, the pimps will be Pakistani and the girls white, so the official authorities will turn their heads away and see no evil for a decade and a half, during which time the big problem will be the racism of those who are noticing things.





Revelry

16 02 2015

England

H/T CofCC

One of the bigger TV networks in the UK is going to run a mockumentary this week about how things utterly fall apart after UKIP taking control of parliament in May and Nigel Farage becoming Prime Minister.

Why wouldn’t they predict this?  All they had to do is look at all the riots, looting, chaos and economic destruction that happened in Clacton and Rochester-Strood after UKIP scored two Parliamentary wins late last year.

Wait, what?





The Real Public Menace

6 02 2015

England

Daily Mail:

Police in swoop on 45 more men over child sex grooming: ‘Milestone’ operation sees dozens of Asian suspects charged with rape, sexual assault and trafficking

(snip)

Almost all of the men in both cases are from Asian backgrounds, prompting police leading one of the cases to warn that far-Right groups may use the issue to stir up racial tension.

(snip)

‘Operation Sanctuary will not end. It is a wide-ranging investigation into many different crimes of a sexual nature against vulnerable women and girls. Today’s charges are just one element of this.’ He continued: ‘Some people or groups may try to use Operation Sanctuary to build resentment. Anyone experiencing hate crime should report it to police and be reassured we will investigate thoroughly.’

I’m glad the cops stopped all these far right people from being able to do any more rapes, sexual assaults and put an end to the sex slavery ring they organized.





Be Reckless

19 11 2014

Kent, England

Found out by reading The Derb’s latest V-Dare offering that there’s a special election (“by-election”) tomorrow in the Rochester and Strood British Parliamentary district (“constituency”), based on former Tory Mark Reckless liberating himself to UKIP, similar to what happened with Doug Carswell in Clacton back in September.  And, as Carswell did win the special election running as the UKIP candidate, it looks like Reckless will win tomorrow and become UKIP’s second MP.

In 2010, there was neither a BNP nor a UKIP candidate running (“standing”) in Rochester and Strood, but the candidate for the English Democrats, an English nationalist party, turned up with 4.5%.

Once they announce Reckless the winner tomorrow, queue pandemonium inside Tory City.

May 7, 2015 is going to be a really interesting day.

UPDATE 11/20

Reckless wins.

There’s already talk of a third Tory to UKIP defection somewhere close to Kent.





She’s Outraged

11 11 2014

London

Alibhai-Brown

UK Independent:

In-your-face racism has returned and few are fighting against it

Those at the top say nothing, while ethnic-minority politicians are the biggest cowards of the lot

Last week on the No 9 bus, a middle-aged white woman shouted “bloody Paki” and spat at me. The sputum landed on the back of my seat, grey and revolting as she was.

That is of course much worse than Rotherham, Lee Rigby, 7/7, combined.

BTW there’s new news about Rotherham today.





Nothing More Than Feelings

29 09 2014

London

FAIL and FAIL again:

Extremists will have to get posts on Facebook and Twitter approved in advance by the police under sweeping rules planned by the Conservatives.

They will also be barred from speaking at public events if they represent a threat to “the functioning of democracy”, under the new Extremist Disruption Orders.

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, will lay out plans to allow judges to ban people from broadcasting or protesting in certain places, as well as associating with specific people.

The plans — to be brought in if the Conservatives win the election in May — are part of a wide-ranging set of rules to strengthen the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy.

(snip)

The Home Secretary will also introduce “banning orders” for extremist groups, which would make it a criminal offence to be a member of or raise funds for a group that spreads or promotes hatred. The maximum sentence could be up to 10 years in prison.

The new orders will be part of the Government’s “Prevent” strategy, which tackles the ideology behind the terrorist threat. So-called hate preachers, who currently stay just within terrorism legislation, will be one of the targets of banning orders and Extremism Disruption Orders (EDOs).

(snip)

EDOs would apply if a judge is convinced that an individual is carrying out their activities for “the purpose of overthrowing democracy”.

Emphasis added, for a very important reason.

Britain’s “anti-terrorism” efforts are the same kind of slap-happy failure as ours are, for much the same reason.

Why?

It’s like I wrote yesterday in this space:  We’re responding to tribal threats with an ideological response.  Instead of shipping the non-white Muslims out of Britain, the “best” they can do is concoct a bunch of Rube Goldberg legal devices (which will anarcho-tyrannically be enforced mainly on right-wing whites, mark me) based on the pretense that non-white Muslims are only bad because they’re “extreme” or “hateful” or oppose duhmocrazy.  (Meanwhile, I can find a hateful extremist that opposes duhmocrazy on the other side of the mirror.)  An earlier version of this article said that these generic extremists (don’t say “Muslim”) are causing “community tensions.”  Which means they’re hurting people’s feelings.

So here’s the fight song to Britain’s anti-Muslim terrorism efforts:





Bike Wreck at the Intersectionality of Carbon Neutrality and Disparate Impact

11 09 2014

Birmingham, England

On the one hand, climate change, automobile traffic congestion, health and physical fitness.

On the other hand, Muslim women who wear “modest clothing,” the elderly and disabled, anyone but “young white men.”

As Rotherham demonstrated, anti-racism tends to win these intersectionality battles.








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