Saturday, March 16, 2013

When The Masses Get Critical

I was talking to a good friend of mine the other day about Islam and Muslims, remarking about their hostility towards Christendom and the West in general, and he told me that the Muslims he knows (a handful — this is in the US) aren't like that at all, don't hate anybody, and aren't hostile to anybody. The implication being, of course, that it's churlish of me to generalize about Muslim behavior and unfair of me to oppose Muslim immigration to the West. I'm sure he's right about his friends, but I'm also sure that there's a logical fallacy at work here.  The Muslims he knows are first of all immigrants to the West, and that means they're a self-selected group that can't help differing substantially from Muslims in general.  Second, even if that weren't the case, the Muslims he knows are Muslims who are inclined to befriend him.  The Muslims who don't want to do that don't figure into his calculations.  Thirdly, there aren't enough Muslims around our neck of the woods to form a critical mass — a big enough group that it has strength in numbers, and therefore much more readily expresses its hostility to us that might otherwise be hidden, and also big enough to discipline itself and make sure that it retains solidarity and and opposition to the infidel.  This critical mass theory applies to any human group, not just Muslims.  Immigrants to anywhere do tend to be self-effacing and accommodating, until there are enough of them to get pushy and hostile, which they usually do.  Just ask Tecumseh.

In Britain, the Muslims have attained critical mass, and that, coupled with the egregious treason of the government, has enabled the Arabian Nights to reprise in Old Blighty.  These days, Richard Francis Burton wouldn't have to travel so far to do his research.  A report on the Joys of Diversity in  Airstrip One from Nicholas Stix:

Racist, Pakistani Moslems Gang-Raped, Pimped, and Enslaved Thousands of Underaged White Girls as Young as 11 for a Decade in England, Aided and Abetted by Child Welfare Workers and Police; None was Ever Prosecuted; Police Service Apparently Infiltrated by Racist Moslems; Police Arrested White Gang-Rape Victim, 13, for being Drunk, While Leaving All of the Racist, Paki Rapists Alone

Posted by Nicholas Stix

Police files reveal vast child protection scandal
By Andrew Norfolk
London Times
September 24, 2012
[Not linked, because the Times has since pulled it behind a paywall.]

Police files reveal vast child protection scandal

Confidential police reports and intelligence files that reveal a hidden truth about the sale and extensive use of English children for sex are exposed today.

They show that for more than a decade organised groups of men were able to groom, pimp and traffic girls across the country with virtual impunity. Offenders were identified to police but not prosecuted.

A child welfare expert, speaking under condition of anonymity, said that agencies’ reluctance to tackle such street-grooming networks was “the biggest child protection scandal of our time”.

The Times has published several articles about a pattern of crimes across northern England and the Midlands involving groups of men, largely of Pakistani heritage, and the sexual abuse of white girls aged from 12 to 16.

We can now reveal evidence from more than 200 restricted-access documents, which show that, in one area, police and child protection agencies have held extensive knowledge of this crime model for ten years, yet have never publicly acknowledged its existence.

The internal police and social services correspondence, research papers, intelligence reports and case files are a detailed history of alleged child sexual exploitation in South Yorkshire since 2000, focusing on Rotherham. They include a confidential 2010 report by the police intelligence bureau warning that thousands of such crimes were committed in the county each year.

It contains explosive details about the men responsible for the most serious, co-ordinated abuse. “Possibly the most shocking threat is the existence of substantial and organised offender networks that groom and exploit victims on a worrying scale,” the report says. “Practitioners throughout the force state there is a problem with networks of Asian offenders both locally and nationally. This was particularly stressed in Sheffield and even more so in Rotherham, where there appears to be a significant problem with networks of Asian males exploiting young white females.” Such groups are said to have trafficked South Yorkshire child victims “to many other cities, including Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Bradford and Dover”.

Another confidential 2010 report. for the Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board, noted that such crimes had “cultural characteristics . . . which are locally sensitive in terms of diversity”.

It said: “There are sensitivities of ethnicity with potential to endanger the harmony of community relationships. Great care will be taken in drafting . . . this report to ensure that its findings embrace Rotherham’s qualities of diversity. It is imperative that suggestions of a wider cultural phenomenon are avoided.”

Alleged crimes for which no one was prosecuted include:

Fifty-four Rotherham children were linked to sexual exploitation by three brothers from one British Pakistani family, 18 identifying one brother as their “boyfriend” and several allegedly made pregnant by him;

A 14-year-old girl from a loving, supportive family was allegedly held in a flat and forced to perform sex acts on five men, four of them Pakistani, plus a 32-year-old Iraqi Kurd asylum seeker. She gave a filmed police interview and identified her abusers....  (It gets more and more horrifying.  Keep reading HERE.)


  1. British laws on weapon ownership and self defense indicate a desire to extinguish physical courage. When people stop treating physical courage as a virtue they also stop respecting and practicing moral courage. Withoout moral courage no one will come forward and say something is wrong. No one will step up and say raping and reducing young girls to prostitution is wrong. They will deserve this to happen to their daughters. It was white Brits that sought to outlaw courage.

  2. The few Muslims I know are Palestinians, and they aren't any problem. However, I am well aware of those who are a problem, and if I had my way they'd be deported.

    As best as I can tell, it's over for England, unless they deport them.

  3. Really? Gross generalizations of an entire ethnic group? For shame, if we applied that kind of logic than according to Honey Boo Boo, everyone living in the south is overweight, has bad teeth and grammer, and lives in trailer parks. And according to the Jersey Shore, New Jersey is overrun with "guidos" with orange tans, with nothing more important to think about than how their abs look. Yes there are plenty of Muslims that hate Americans want to crush us. But just as there are Christians that are both for and against things like gay marriage, I'm sure there are muslims that love America, whether living here or abroad. I'm Canadian, and have been friends with muslims, and although they may say they love Canada in public, I don't see why they would carry on the charade when in the privacy of their own home. And if they do, then they are very good at hiding all their hate literature and flag burning supplies when I came over for a visit unannounced. I'm Christian, I support gay marriage and women's rights and a plethora of other things that may be seen as non-Christian, am I to believe that there are no muslims around that may believe in things that may be seen as non-Islam?

  4. Benjamin, you're missing the point here. Thousands of White Girls in England are being used as sex slaves. Being a guido or living in trailer parks doesn't even come close and is a transparent ploy at "Tu Quoque." The real problem here is that you are focusing on individuals (i.e. people you know and individual muslims who share your points of view) when the actual issue is actually about group conflict.

    Yes, I do believe that most muslims are decent people, but the societies they create when they reach a critical mass is incompatible with the other groups and communities. So this isn't about individuality. It's about organic societies as a whole.

    "Am I to believe that there are no muslims around that may believe in things that may be seen as non-Islam?"

    Why don't you visit the Middle East and find out? It's not about individual muslims. It's about the societies they create. It's not about individuals. It's about groups, and war is waged by groups, not by individuals.

    1. I was more protesting the fact that Ex-Army seems to blame Muslims for the sex ring. Although sex rings and child trafficking has been known to happen in locations without a strong Muslim presence. It sounds (to me), like confusing Islamics with the Taliban, similar to when they were building an Islamic center 10 blocks from Ground Zero in New York, and suddenly it's "A terrorist group gathering at the crash site". That is the over-exaggeration I was pointing out. Saying that one thing causes the other, rather than simply occurring in the same area.

      True. most of people I know who are Islamic are from my circle of friends or once removed at best. But I wasn't basing my assumptions just on their say-so, but also from snatches of Middle Eastern media that comes my way. Al-Jazeera for one. A privately owned news source based in Doha, Qatar. I have listened to programs while at said friends house's and I have yet to hear a call to arms against the West, or any anti-west rhetoric at all really.

      You are correct, I have never been to the Middle East, however my wife has, and so has my father. I asked them for their impressions of the Middle East and they responded. Surprisingly neither of them felt afraid for their lives, or at risk for being kidnapped. My father mentioned an increased military presence on the streets and my wife mentioned the same occurring in the airport, but other than that they were free to travel around as they wished, and felt as they would as tourists in any other location in the world. England, Japan, Brazil, you name it.

      Of course all this is still based just on my experiences which are constrained to a narrow band of Muslims but it has given me enough experience to think that the problem is not with the societies themselves, but with the elements living on the fringe. The taliban, and the extremists. But they constitute the minority. We have the same in America, those who advocate extreme action, it does not mean the rest of us have to accept the call to go to war, simply because a few people don't like a few other people.

    2. Exactly. How on earth could a Muslim sex ring possibly be the fault of Muslims? Obviously, the underage girls really wanted it, and somehow coerced the Muslim men into cooperating. When you get right down to it, all the injustices of the world are caused by White people (except for enlightened White liberals, of course).

    3. Excuse me, where exactly did I ever say that the girls wanted to be sex slaves? After the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, child sex trafficking shot up, due to the amount of children who had lost their parents. I don't believe those children wanted to become part of a human trafficking ring. The point is I don't blame a whole ethnic group based on the actions of a relative few people. Just like I don't blame the all scientists for the creation of the H-bomb. The same goes for things like drugs, guns, etc. They were created by certain people but I don't think we should condemn the rest of people surrounding them with the same sins.