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Bristol authorities launch new pro-active approach to tackling child sexual exploitation and grooming gangs

On similar crime stories this news website permits comments - on this story comments are blocked. A sure sign of complicity in spinning how the public are to be encouraged to interpret this story. Notice they go to the trouble of asserting the age breakdown of the perpertrators, but they remain silent on their ethnicity. This kind of one-sided information is in fact complicity in concealing the more important identifiable characteristics of these child-rapists. Note at the end of the article they refer to how they can more effectively engage with "faith groups" (i.e. mosques). They also refer to "members of the night time economy" which is also code for "Muslims". My book "Easy Meat" was the first book to prove that this was indeed a national scandal and had been concealed from the national debate for decades.


Bristol is one of the first cities in the UK to trial a brand new, city-wide multi-agency approach to challenge child sexual exploitation.

A series of events and meetings are taking place to tackle this important issue, following high profile cases in Rotherham and Huddersfield.

The Heads of service from different agencies have met to plan a strategy to be implemented. A community meeting, in order to educate and inform members of the night time economy, and will take place in January 2019 at Junction 3 in Easton.

Child grooming gangs have hit the national headlines, and is being seen as a national scandal.

Police and social services in other parts of the UK have been heavily criticised for slow response to CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation), so a multi-agency group in Bristol is seeking to be pro-active.

While there have not been any high profile cases recently in Bristol, in November 2014 a Bristol sex gang was convicted of grooming girls.

The 13 men, all from Bristol, were convicted of charges including rape, sexual activity with a child, facilitating child prostitution, trafficking and paying for the sexual services of a child.

In a separate investigation named Operation Topaz, the police claimed 200 victims and 160 suspects in a three month period between November 2017 and January 2018. Some 56 per cent of the suspects were 24 years old or younger, and another 28 per cent were 25 to 44-years-old.

The remaining 16 per cent were 45 or older, leading the police to conclude that “young people are most at risk of grooming by offenders who are in their early twenties and teens.”

CSE is defined by the police as a form of child sexual abuse: “It occurs where an individual or group takes advantage of an imbalance of power to coerce, manipulate or deceive a child or young person under the age of 18 into sexual activity. This can be in exchange for something the victim needs or wants, and/or for the financial advantage or increased status of the perpetrator or facilitator.’

This can also be when an individual does not see themselves as a victim.

It’s an emotive subject, one that has divided the community. Councillor Afzal Shah is leading on this project and keen to have some tough conversations.

He said: “This is about being pro-active and ensuring that as a local authority and ‘corporate parents’ we have a duty of care to ensure the safety of our own children within the city.

"A common feature of CSE is that the child or young person does not recognise the coercive nature of the relationship and does not see themselves as a victim of exploitation."

The initial meeting, chaired by Councillor Shah, which happened on Thursday, November 22 at City Hall, was attended by Will White, the Avon and Somerset Police Superintendent lead for CSE; Ann James, the Director of Children and Family Services; Sally Lewis, the Head of Social Services; Fiona Tudge, Head of Safegarding at Bristol City Council and a number of others.

Chaired by Councillor Shah, the aim he said was “to get a snapshot of where we are with CSE in the city. How positioned we are collaboratively between statutory agencies tackling CSE locally.”

Councillor Shah explains that being pro-active and not reactive to events is important. The timing of this key, and for him Bristol needs to act.

He said: “There are concerns with the cases nationally of course, and the fact that Barnardos has witnessed almost 40 per cent increase in young vulnerable children using their services nationally.”

Education is paramount, and discussions in the meeting focused on supporting people working in the night time economy to identify signs of CSE and to report accordingly.

Councillor Shah said: “Key discussions focused on how to we can utilise people who work in these industries. How we can engage effectively with taxi drivers, people who work in take aways, and off licences. This is key to prevention.”

The plan is to role out some training to these groups.

The meeting, with a view to the open forum in January, had a strong an emphasis on engaging with communities.

Councillor Shah said: “There is a particular emphasis on how we can engage more effectively with local communities , local community groups, and faith groups.”

The next community meeting takes place at Junction 3 in Easton, sometime in mid January 2019. Exact date to be confirmed.

Why Muslims Kill For Islam

The book has now been re-printed and customers all over the world can now buy Mohammed's Koran (the No.1 best-seller banned by Amazon).


If you wonder if the book Mohammed's Koran is for you, read the 100s of five-star reviews the book received in its first few months on sale.

Amazon banned the sale of the only book on Islam that proves Islam has been a terrorist ideology since Year 1 of the Islamic calendar.  The book denounces violence and hatred, yet has been described as offensive by Amazon.  Meanwhile Amazon still sell copies of "Mein Kampf" (which advocates gassing Jews) and Amazon still sell books like "The Anarchist Cookbook" which (a bomb-making manual, the possession of which has led to terrorism charges in the UK).  Ebay has even banned the sale of used copies of Mohammed's Koran.  And from day one Google banned adverts for the book (instead the UK government spent a small fortune buying the top advertising slot to push their video begging people not to read the book).  Amazon staff are on record as saying that the order to ban the book came "from above Amazon". The propaganda from the state and the censorship from their tax-avoiding chums confirms the argument of Mohammed's Koran - the elite have knowingly invited this terrorist ideology into the West and they have sided with the terrorist ideology against the victims of terrorism.

With all this censorship you may not have heard of my new book (co-authored with Tommy Robinson). It was published at the end of July 2017.  The book went straight to No.1 on Amazon, and stayed there until the initial print-run of 5000 books sold out a few days later. For most of the following 18 months it was the No.1 best-selling Koran.  Muslims hated this fact.

The British media never reported on the book going straight to No.1.  They only reported on the book once sales of it had been banned.  

`The Koran, Decoded

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