Easy Meat

Jack Straw thinks that some Pakistani Muslim men see white women as easy meat.  He’s right of course.  I’m in no doubt that some Pakistani men see white women as easy meat but it’s not an exclusive club.  Far from it.  Vulnerable girls all over the world are easy meat to a proportion of men all over the world.  You don’t have to be a white girl to be easy meat and you don’t have to be a Pakistani Muslim to exploit vulnerable girls.

It’s a delicate issue because of the risk of offending the ethnic communities and accusations of racism but there are claims that it’s predominantly Asian men from ethnic minority groups (not just Pakistani’s) that are actively grooming vulnerable white girls.  Well if there is hard evidence to say that grooming and organised abuse by a particular group is a problem then we need honesty.  We need to acknowledge the problem and it should be investigated to the end but equally, to make sweeping generalisations without definite proof will make the authorities involved focus on that one particular group which could lead to them missing abuse in other areas.

I know it’s a dilemma.  Of course we really don’t want to see the likes of the BNP capitalising on these reports but what could be worse than having investigations into serious crimes against vulnerable girls – children actually – being inhibited or covered-up for fear of offending communities or fuelling the far-right groups?

Like I said, if there’s evidence to suggest the predators are predominantly Asian then the Asian community has a duty to look within itself.  Turning a blind eye is a crime in itself.  We demanded accountability from the Roman Catholic church regarding the child sex scandals and if the Muslim communities are protecting their members in full knowledge of what’s going on then we should be making the same demands on them.

I suppose the best thing is to make these vulnerable young girls aware of the dangers and educate them on the tactics that these predators use to lure them in.  And even if the evidence is strong that Asian males are the main abusers, the focus shouldn’t be on them exclusively because the risk then would be that the girls would drop their defences against young white males who could potentially be just as dangerous.

These vulnerable kids don’t care what ethnic background their abusers come from.  They just need protecting from despicable sexual predators and if the police are reluctant to respond to allegations for fear of damaging race relations, then there is something very wrong going on.


76 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by ders on January 8, 2011 at 3:23 pm

    Telling the truth is not racism or any other ism lefties use, the truth was told 10 years ago by the BNP.


  2. Posted by Isaac on January 8, 2011 at 4:45 pm

    Unlike Black or Jewish people. Asians in general are completely incompatible with living in Britain today. The more people understand that the better. Their name is tarnished but as it should be.They have biten the hand that has given them refuge. Most unwelcome guests.


  3. The police and the Courts of Justice must act against transgressors in a country no matter what religion, race, sex, etc they are.

    If this principle is applied strictly it will serve as deterrent to those forgetting that they are guests of a country which is an example of tolerance to them, reason why they have chosen it as residence.

    And it is about time that we get to know how to react to those transgressions, if the corresponding authorities do not do their duty correctly.


  4. Ders,absolutely telling the truth is not racism so why does the BNP lie, twist and distort everything to do with race and ethnicity in order for it to fit their evil ideology.

    Isaac, that is a completely false and very sweeping statement and I suspect a personal agenda is lurking.

    I actually believe there are Muslims who view white girls disrespectfully, absolutely. There are also white men with this same backward gender mentality. Like I said, if there is hard evidence showing that this particular form of sexual predator is predominantly Asian and that it’s a cultural problem then we have to face it and deal with it.

    Jose, spot on as ever.


  5. Posted by ders on January 10, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    Ders,absolutely telling the truth is not racism so why does the BNP lie, twist and distort everything to do with race and ethnicity in order for it to fit their evil ideology.
    They don’t. Give some examples of lies and distortions made by the BNP.


  6. Ders, they’ve lied on their campaign leaflets – more than once! They continually spread myths about asylum-seekers. They whip up hysteria by telling people Christian festivals are being outlawed. They lie about crime figures. They lie about statistics to make their own party look good. They lie about councils taking in refugees. They claimed that Barking and Dagenham council had a secret scheme to give African families £50,000 to buy local houses. Do I need to go on?


  7. History tells how the Ultra Right is itself a BIG LIE. The concept is in itself a big lie, ignoring absolutely that there are people who may not have their same feelings.

    Today Capitalism has made for sides to fade, there’s tolerance and there is intolerance, on either side. It may be right or it may be left. The Centre in politics has been invented in our epoch to disguise another lie.


  8. Posted by ders on January 11, 2011 at 10:58 am

    The only liars are the delusional PC lefties, they can’t stand hard facts, wrong on everything from global warming (hoax) to mass immigration to race and crime, dogma and bullshit is their way.


  9. Posted by ders on January 11, 2011 at 11:36 am

    What would you be saying if it was gangs of white Nationalists grooming and raping Asian girls?
    You hate the white working class, you would rather defend Asian paedophiles than stand by a white working class victim.


    • Oh, the gloves are off now huh? Mutual respect has evaporated? Quite how you can interpret what I said as defending Asian paedophiles is a complete mystery to me. You should read my post again. I don’t hate the white working class either because if I did I’d have to hate many of my friends and that’s far from the truth.


      • Posted by ders on January 11, 2011 at 3:46 pm

        Yeah sorry, this crime gets me mad, it could have been, no should have been delt with 10 years ago but the politically correct twats put their heads in the sand.

  10. Posted by ders on January 11, 2011 at 11:42 am

    Would it be a delicate issue?


  11. Posted by ders on January 12, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    I did say white Nationalists, who are demonised. Would it be a delicate issue?


  12. Posted by ders on January 12, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    Would you make sweeping generalisations?


  13. If gangs of white nationalists were grooming and raping young Asian girls I wouldn’t make sweeping judgements that all white nationalists were responsible – unlike the BNP who are loving this opportunity to condemn all Asians.


  14. Posted by ders on January 13, 2011 at 9:23 am

    I think you’ll find they clearly state, some young muslim men, not all Asians.
    Would it be a delicate issue, is it was white Nationalists?


  15. Posted by ders on January 13, 2011 at 9:44 am

    You know what? i think lefties hate the fact that the BNP exposed this crime more than they hate the crime itself, now thats sick.


  16. Utter twaddle. I’d say that the BNP are rubbing their hands with glee in the false belief that they’ve been proved right. Gloating over this is grossly disgusting but that’s the BNP for you.


  17. Posted by ders on January 13, 2011 at 11:52 am

    I don’t see any gloating, just anger at the pc numties for not dealing with this crime 10 years ago.


  18. Posted by ders on January 13, 2011 at 11:56 am

    Are you saying this crime didn’t happened and the BNP were wrong?


  19. Posted by ders on January 13, 2011 at 12:04 pm

    White girls are to blame for being targeted by Muslim sex grooming gangs because they “dress like sluts,” two Muslim members of the public told BBC 1’s Newsbeat programme yesterday.

    The two Muslim youths, identified only as “Wassim” and “Waqas” [spelling] were asked by programme presenter Tulip Mazumdar if there was a Pakistani link to the sex grooming scandal.

    “I think it because the white girls tend to dress up good; they wear ridiculous clothes like short skirts. Make themselves look like…” said Wassim, before being interrupted by Waqas who says that “[white girls] look slutty and stuff like that.

    “Pakistani girls don’t dress like that, do they? So…” Waqas continues.

    When asked by the presenter if girls don’t have the right to wear short skirts if they want, Wassim answers by saying, “that’s what attracts them,” meaning the Muslims who prey on the young girls

    Is this how you think?


  20. Jeez Ders, will you stop putting words into my mouth. I’ve already said that the crime is wrong regardless of colour, race, ethnicity.

    The BNP have their own agenda on this and you know it. They are using this particular sex crime to justify their racist ideology. We’re talking about a small minority of Asian men and yes, it should be tackled.

    If it were white men grooming young girls the BNP wouldn’t be interested. The ethnicity of the men is basically meaningless. What’s important is that, overwhelmingly, the majority of sex crimes are committed against women, by men. Why is it a race issue Ders? Because you want it to be. So some Asian men think white girls who wear short skirts are ‘easy meat’. Well trust me, many, many white men have that same mentality.


  21. Posted by ders on January 13, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    I didn’t put words in your mouth, either the crime happened and still goes on or it don’t, as we know it still goes on so its not a false belief,so it should have been dealt with 10 years ago. they also said muslim grooming,not Asian, muslim is not a race and i don’t think it fair of you to bring Chinese, Indians etc into this.


    • I’m not denying that it’s been happening. I’m not even denying that the perpetrators are predominantly Muslim. I’m saying that if there’s hard evidence suggesting that it’s a cultural problem then we shouldn’t ignore it. I said that in my opening post. I just don’t think we should demonise the whole of the Muslim community for it.


  22. And foul play Ders.

    And actually, Jack Straw who highlighted this issue, singled-out Pakistani Muslims.

    Race or religion, it’s discriminatory just the same. Btw, Jewish people come from all over the world but have been recognised collectively as a race so I don’t see why the same can’t be applied for Muslims?


  23. Posted by ders on January 14, 2011 at 9:51 am

    Jack Straw was 10 years late, and the Khasars………. another story. I recognise them like i recognise israel.


  24. Posted by ders on January 14, 2011 at 9:55 am

    This Jew i recognise.


  25. Posted by ders on January 14, 2011 at 10:14 am

    just don’t think we should demonise the whole of the Muslim community for it.
    Thats why they said some muslims, not all.


  26. Posted by ders on January 14, 2011 at 11:17 am

    So a black African muslim is the same race as a white European muslim? you made it a race issue, not me. I think the politically correct find it hard to deal with anything apart from the maddness of political correctness. la la land.


  27. Posted by ders on January 14, 2011 at 11:18 am

    The two dominant racial stories currently on the Daily Mail website are the pursuit and stabbing of Nicholas Pearton in South London by six negro gang-members and the lift from The Times about the “tidal wave” of Muslim grooming of white girls in the North. They are both very emotive stories. They are both completely ignored by the left-wing press and the BBC. Google has removed all links to the original Times story and the Daily Mail version. It is completely clear that white lives do not mean anything to the people involved in those decisions. What does matter is the progress of the MultiCult. At all human costs, if those humans are white.

    Now, I think it unlikely that all or even very many of the journalists and editors involved are Chosen. They are white liberals. The political malice and detachment from reality, the evident unwillingness to comprehend that but for honesty and responsibility among journalists like themselves these terrible events and thousands of others like them might never have happened … all that belongs to the liberal mind. My question is: how did that mind come to this vile and complicitous estate? How did it arrive not just at the point where it is content that the lives of hundreds of young girls and their families be ruined and young boys be murdered, but where it actually chooses it as a preferred outcome? Consistently, over a period of years?

    I don’t have a real answer. But here are what seem to me to be a few clues.

    1. Psychologically, the willingness to submit strangers to harm is associated with an exaggerated respect for authority. The Milgram experiments of the early 1960s demonstrated exactly this. Liberalism in its philosophical conception was a retort to the power of the Catholic Church, and it retains the teleological essentials of religion. Indeed, its ultimate meaning is the replacement of God with Man the Creator. The liberal is a religious. Would he not, then, invest his politics with religious authority, and find therein the need for a religious obedience?

    2. The very essence of obedience is the objectification of one’s own role as an instrument of authority, rather than as a fully human being responsible for his own choices. The liberal no doubt believes he is only “following orders” to do good, and if one day he is brought before due process that is exactly what he will plead.

    3. We observe liberals projecting loathing onto others on a daily basis. Projection is obviously a significant factor in the psychology of the liberal. It is also very apparent to us that liberals, in their desire to demonstrate their doctrinal purity, can be extravagant in their denial of humanity to their own people, as well as their approbation of it in others. How difficult can it be, then, for these people to view white children as objects of no account?

    4. Not every person has the right psychological profile to inflict harm in this mechanical way upon other people. It seems likely to me that part of that profile must involve a strong capacity for self-delusion. We, of course, are well aware that the radical, self-authorial individualism which energises liberal politics is a fiction. Yet I have encountered scores of ordinary, little liberalistic people who insist on their own peerless sovereign individualism. They are fooling themselves, every one.

    By contrast, nationalists have to hack their own truths out of the political rocks, and withstand the gale of ideological hatred while they do it. They are genuinely independent of mind (as well as often quite eccentric). They tend to argue a great deal with one another too – something liberals are not noted for.

    That’s about it. It aggravates my soul that there are people in this world who would conspire to remove news about negro youths and Pakistani males for the sake of white dispossession. That they have the power to do it, too, is almost too much. Sometime someone is going to have to pay.


  28. Why is the BNP concerned only about crimes committed by non-whites/non-Brits?


  29. Posted by ders on January 14, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    Where and when did the BNP say they are only concerned about crimes committed by non-whites/non-Brits? Jack Straw brought this up when he either pulled his head out of his arse or for political reasons just before a by-election, i’d go for the latter, he dosen’t give a fuck about poor white girls, typical rich socialist hypocrite coward, traitor zionist scumbag cu…. i’ll stop there.


    • Where and when did the BNP say they are only concerned about crimes committed by non-whites/non-Brits?

      Well, there a many, many more paedophile rings run by whites so why isn’t the BNP trying to expose this?

      Getting back to the men who were recently jailed for grooming/raping etc. I ask you, what has the faith of these men go to do with the crime?

      Top and bottom is, Nick Griffin is absolutely determined to Islamise this and exploit it for his own agenda.


  30. Posted by ders on January 15, 2011 at 12:05 pm

    This crime has been ignored, because of the “faith” of these animals, what do you pc people call it? oh yeah, a delicate issue, you people have let these young girls down because of your pc leftie dogmam, head in sand. Bottom line.


  31. Posted by ders on January 15, 2011 at 12:08 pm

    10 years!


  32. Posted by ders on January 15, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    There have been 17 court prosecutions since 1997 with 56 men found guilty of rape, child abduction, indecent assault and sex with a child.
    Three of the 56 were white and the rest of Asian heritage. Of those, 50 were Muslim and the majority of these British Pakistanis.
    Last year, in a series of articles for the Mail, I revealed how this exploitation — concentrated in communities across Northern England and the Midlands — has continued for more than a decade without serious public discussion and that the issue was often regarded as ‘taboo’ by police officers terrified of being accused of racism.
    Although these revelations were only the tip of an iceberg, I was pilloried for suggesting that the ­cultural backgrounds of the gangs were relevant to the crimes.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1347335/Asian-sex-gang-Victim-tells-harrowing-story.html#ixzz1B6Q8vxTI


  33. Sorry for being late to this discussion. Whereas my thoughts are coincidental with Earthpal’s, I’d like to give you here a link which deals with racism and which I think is suitable to the topic.



  34. Posted by ders on January 22, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    Jose, did the young girls being gang raped find it a delicate issue, what do you think, were they/people being racist complaining?


    • The crime isn’t a delicate issue ders. You are being deliberately difficult. No-one said the crime itself is a delicate issue. The sensitivity lies in the ages and vulnerability of the young victims. The sensitivity lies in the narrow-minded predisposition of some members of the public to judge every Muslim/Pakistani/ethnic based on the actions of a few depraved individuals.

      I’ll ask you again – what does the race or religion of these perpetrators have to do with anything?


      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 11:14 am

        As i said.
        This crime has been ignored, because of the “faith” of these animals, what do you pc people call it? oh yeah, a delicate issue, you people have let these young girls down because of your pc leftie dogmam, head in sand. Bottom line.

    • Why don’t you say first what you think of it? I prefer not to give lessons of morality to anybody.


  35. Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 11:33 am

    It’s a delicate issue because of the risk of offending the ethnic communities and accusations of racism but there are claims that it’s predominantly Asian men from ethnic minority groups (not just Pakistani’s) that are actively grooming vulnerable white girls. Well if there is hard evidence to say that grooming and organised abuse by a particular group is a problem then we need honesty.
    Honesty and PC Dogma, picking up the turd by the clean end, political correctness is a lie, so honesty is out off the question , lefties don’t do honesty when ethnics are involved, they do pc dogma.

    50 out of 56 were muslim, its the tip of the ice berg, what are you going to do about it? be honest, put your fingers in your ears and go lalalalalalalalalal?


    • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 12:15 pm

      Defend islam and attack the BNP, ignore the victims, and because the vast majority are white working class its easy for you to do. Typical lefty.

      Stephen Lawrence. Remember his name, and no conviction, how many white victims names of proven racist murders do you remember or even give a fuck about? 0


  36. Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 11:45 am


    Mohammed Naim Rashid, 21, was jailed for seven years and Abid Hussain Sadique, 21, for four by Leeds Crown Court in November 1997.
    There were 20 victims, some as young as 12, who had been groomed for sex by a ring of private-hire drivers. They were abused in a room above the taxi office.

    In a case sparked by the disappearance of Charlene Downes, 14, two illegal immigrants were jailed for the rape of another girl, 16.
    Puppy Parmar, 31, was sentenced to seven years and three months while Sandeep Chauhan got six years and five months.
    Preston Crown Court heard how the girl and a friend were given alcohol at an Indian restaurant before being taken to an attic and assaulted. One victim was abused by four men.
    Police have never found any trace of Charlene and two men were acquitted of her murder after a jury failed to reach verdicts.

    A police inquiry into grooming of girls as young as 12 eventually led to the conviction of Zulfqar Hussain, 46, and Qaiser Naveed, 32.
    They targeted two 14-year-olds in the care of social services, plying them with drink an drugs before having sex with them in a BMW and a flat.
    The victims were also offered to brothers, uncles and friends for sex.
    Both were jailed for five years and eight months on charges including abduction, sexual activity with a child and supplying drugs.

    The city’s crown court heard how an inquiry was sparked when a number of girls went missing from home.
    One 14-year-old was taken for a car ride before being raped.
    Failed Iraqi asylum seeker Ayad Mahmood, 35, and Aziz Sabir Hamed, 24, were both given a ten-year sentence.

    Ajmal Afridi, 19, Imitiaz Syed, 20, Tayub Hussain, 19, Mustafa Arshad, 17, and Mohammed Usman Raja, 20, were all jailed for their part in the assault.
    The girl was given whisky and possibly sleeping tablets before being raped by Afridi, Syed and Hussain while Arshad took pictures.
    She was later found wandering the streets. Raja was jailed for perverting the course of justice.

    In one of the most notorious incidents of street grooming to date, nine men were convicted of abusing young girls.
    Abid Siddique, 27, Mohammed Liaqat, 28, Mohamed Imran Rehman, 26, Faisal Mehmood, 24, Akshay Kumar, 38, Naweed Liaqat, 33, Farooq Ahmed, 29, Graham Blackham, 26 and Ziafat Yasin, 31, were jailed for their parts in the shocking case.
    More than 100 police officers were involved in Operation Retriever, which identified 27 victims, 22 of whom were white.
    Siddique and Liaqat targeted their victims on the streets of Derby while driving in a BMW.
    They then exchanged number, invited them to parties and fed them drugs and alcohol before handing them to older men for sex.
    The abuse, which took place in bushes, cars and houses was filmed for ther men to share.


  37. Entirely agreed with you EP – you’re right and right to say it. Funny how your very first comment was just such a pro-BNP comment.


    • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 12:39 pm

      Says Mr pro-islamic rapist.


      • I don’t understand, you’ll need to explain how not agreeing with the BNP necessarily means being pro-rape by Muslims. I think that’s false dichotomy – I think it’s possible to be against all types of rape (Islamic and other) and also against racism and bigotry.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 4:17 pm

        The BNP have been warning the public about this crime for 10 years,you don’t agree, so you must be pro-islamic racist, either the BNP were telling the truth or not.

      • Oh I see, I understand your point now. My point was that not agreeing with the BNP in general does not make one necessarily pro-Islamic or in favour of rape – that’s just silly.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 6:58 pm

        Its not about the BNP, its about muslim paedophiles and rapists and victims who are young and white,the kind the liberal pc lefties like to ignore when ethnics are involved,mists up their rose tinted glasses and fucks up their dogma.

      • Hello ders, you’re right that it’s not about the BNP, but it is sad that racist individuals and parties use any crime by ethnic communities to justify their bigotted nonsense – as you say, some liberal lefty types might try to justify or overlook facts that don’t fit their world view, but this is true of the right too – the BNP are past masters.

        Jack Straw raises a good point that is worth having an honest abd open discussion about. The media lets us down with their hysteria, and parties like the BNP let us down with their broken-record racism.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 7:30 pm

        hysteria/gang rape of girls 11-15 years of age/ racism. twisted.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 7:35 pm

        Like i said to earthpal oneday, i’ll be carefull what i wish for if you be care what you ignore. Just need to up the scale.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 7:41 pm

        Do you mean cartoon of mohammed sort of hysteria?

      • Hello again. No I meant the hysteria whipped up by the media because Jack Straw was brave enough to say something.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 9:41 pm

        Jack Straw and brave should not be on the same page, Jack was 10 years too late, the left were 10 years too late, both let these young girls down, on this matter the BNP were right, like them or not, they are not the issue. If this was a white on muslim/black crime the BBC, you,earthpal,the press,would be outraged, you’re not, nor is Slack Jack because whites are the victims. 10 YEARS AFTER.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 9:49 pm

        Jack Straw 2011 brave, Nick Griffin 2001 evil. Same thing just hundreds more victims. Yeah thats the left.

      • Posted by ders on January 23, 2011 at 10:19 pm

        Telling it like it is, is not whipping up hysteria, the thing is the left have ignored and hidden these crmies because of their dogma and when these evil crimes come to light to the public enmass the left start the straw man and appeasing crap. People are waking up to this bullshit, it cuts no ice.

    • Thanks Zeddie.


  38. Yes, Zhisou. There are occasions when I think that spanking was correct on some children. Many would have grown up within the limits of education.


  39. I forgot to add that those children are who beat everybody who does not agree with their thoughts.


  40. Who’s Mr Pro-Islamic rapist?


  41. Posted by ders on January 24, 2011 at 1:01 pm

    Just wanted to say, i have nothing to do with the BNP, i no longer trust the people at the top, i’ve only voted for them and went to a meeting 4 years ago, i’am a Nationalist but no longer a supporter of the BNP,they may get my vote,i just don’t go on their website or talk them up when i’m out, etc, but in this case, (the muslim paedo gangs)the BNP were trying to do the right thing,’desperate people went to them for help when even the police put their heads in the sand, the left let these young girls down, no ifs or buts, they should hang their heads and cut the bullshit.


  42. Hi,

    Sorry, I caouldn’t find an email contact, so I hope it’s okay that I post this here.

    There are two screenings of “The Idiot Cycle” (part of a World Cancer Day event taking place in over 30 American, Canadian, British and Swedish universities) to bring awareness of the environmental causes of cancer.

    The film focuses on the six biggest chemical companies, who are not only responsible for emitting and producing cancer causing substances, but are also invested in and market cancer treatments.

    There are two free screenings in England:

    FEBRUARY 3rd (Thursday), 2011
    University of York, ENGLAND
    Vanbrugh College, University of York, York.
    Screening at 19:00 (7 pm).
    Organized by the People and Planet Student Society.

    JANUARY 31st (Monday), 2011
    Cambridge University, ENGLAND
    Friends Meeting House, Jesus Lane, Cambridge (by kind permission of the society of friends).
    Screening at 19:30 (7:30 pm).
    Organized by the Cambridge Green Party.

    Since they are open to the public and free, I thought your readers might be interested.

    More information about the film: http://www.theidiotcycle.com

    Thank you for sharing the news!


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