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Rochdale grooming: Abusers 'not fazed' by convictions, says victim

Nothing has changed. These features were all highlighted in Easy Meat (2014). Culturally, morally the gangs think they are doing nothing wrong (their Islamic values are reinforced by the UK's hostility/racism to the "trash" of the white working-class). The gangs know that most of them will escape jail - the media's cover-up of the historical convictions fosters the gangs' confidence. And still we see the victims being told that their cases cannot be prosecuted. Note at the end, that every year there are now 3000 to 5000 reports to this one police force. Their patch is 5% of UK population. So there could be around 80,000 reports per year nationally.


A victim of the Rochdale grooming gang says the convictions were still "not fazing" Asian child sex abusers.

It comes as a documentary, The Betrayed Girls is being shown on BBC One about nine Asian men jailed for grooming teenage girls in the town in 2012.

Laura, who was abused by the gang from the age of 13 until she was 17, said the targeting of girls by Asian men was still going on in Greater Manchester.

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said it was "committed" to tackling abusers.

Laura, whose identity is protected as a victim of a sex crime, told BBC Two's Victoria Derbyshire show said she was walking in Oldham town centre through an Asian community a couple of months ago.

"I was still getting cars pulling over to me asking me if I wanted to go for a drink," said Laura.

"It's not bothering them. I don't actually think they understand that they are doing something wrong."

Nazir Afzal the north west's former chief crown prosecutor who brought the case against the Rochdale gang said five years on some victims nationally are still not being listened to.

Mr Afzal overturned a decision not to charge nine men who ran the child sex exploitation ring.

He said there have been "significant rises" in investigations and prosecutions into the crime and victims were more confident in reporting abuse and they are getting better support.

However, he said: "Victim support groups nationally are still telling me victims are not being consistently listened to and told the case is too difficult to bring [to court]."

He also said some victims of historical child sex exploitation were being told that police were focusing on current cases, too.

Mr Afzal said agencies must be more proactive and more "collaborative working" was needed between the police, councils and other agencies and voluntary groups.

GMP said it was "vital" they learnt the lessons from the past and it was "absolutely committed" to working with partners across Greater Manchester to tackle the sexual exploitation of children and young people.

"We have been working tirelessly for many years to prevent this abhorrent crime from happening and provide support to victims and their families."

Rochdale Council said public services "collectively failed" the victims but lessons have "been learnt from it".

Steve Rumbelow, chief executive of Rochdale Borough Council, said: "Since 2012 the council and its partners have worked to make the changes needed, to increase knowledge, prevent harm, challenge those who wish to exploit children and better support victims and survivors."

The documentary which features testimonies from victims for the first time follows a BBC One drama Three Girls.

Child sex abuse reports in Greater Manchester

  • 1 Sept 13-31 Aug 14 - 892 reports
  • 1 Sept 14 to 31 Aug 15 - 3305 reports (271% increase)
  • 1 Sept 15 to 31 Aug 16 - 5601 reports (69% increase)
  • 1 Sept 16 to 28 June - 4437 reports

Source: Greater Manchester Police

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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