Another example of how political correctness hurts people


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Dec 18, 2011
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Political correctness is why this wasn't prevented.

A Muslim leader believes that some radical Imams encouraged the kidbnapping of young white females, who were drugged and forced into prostitution. He says they preach that white non-Muslim females are basically sluts, pointing out that they dress in mini skirts and short-sleeved tops. Only obedient Muslim women, who are covered completely, are deemed decent and they would be stoned to death if it was believed they betrayed their faith in the smallest way.

The men who were arrested and charged with human trafficking were all Muslim men and the victims were all underage white girls (infidels). Imagine that being the other way around and it was white men taking Muslim women. The left would be outraged.

Political correctness allowed this to happen. Those who suspected a problem did not speak out for fear of being branded a racist. This is how PC works. It silences people. We see outrage in the U.S. if a Muslim is treated rudely, yet the same people who are upset about that turn a blind eye to the evil acts that Muslims carry out against others.

"The activities of the Oxford sex ring are "bound up with religion and race" because all the men - though of different nationalities - were Muslim and they "deliberately targeted vulnerable white girls, whom they appeared to regard as 'easy meat', to use one of their revealing, racist phrases", Dr Hargey said.

That attitude has been promoted by religious leaders, he believes. "On one level, most imams in the UK are simply using their puritanical sermons to promote the wearing of the hijab and even the burka among their female adherents. But the dire result can be the brutish misogyny we see in the Oxford sex ring."

People tiptoe around the issues and refuse to discuss the problems exposed by the scandals such as those "from Rochdale to Oxford, and Telford to Derby", he wrote.

In all cases the perpetrators were Muslim men and the victims were under age white girls.

To pretend it is not a problem is the Islamic community is "ideological denial", Dr Hargey said.

"But then part of the reason this scandal happened at all is precisely because of such politically correct thinking. All the agencies of the state, including the police, the social services and the care system, seemed eager to ignore the sickening exploitation that was happening before their eyes.

"Terrified of accusations of racism, desperate not to undermine the official creed of cultural diversity, they took no action against obvious abuse."

The men were allowed, he said, to come and go from care homes by the authorities, and if the situation had been reversed with gangs of white men preying on Muslim teenagers "the state's agencies would have acted with greater alacrity." "

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