The BBC, allegedly one of the most respected broadcasters in the world, tweeted a question on Sunday asking if the criticism of Muslim child grooming gangs was racist. 

There is a problem with grooming gangs in Britain, mostly because nobody wants to tackle the problem in case they’re deemed ‘racist’.

The Rotherham case is the most famous example of this absurd politically correct thought process.

It was first documented in the 1990’s but took twenty more years until five British-Pakistani men were convicted of sexual offenses against young girls between the ages of 12 and 16. The five that were convicted were not the ringleaders, meaning the gang could still operate.

An independent inquiry by Professor Alex Jay concluded at least 1,400 children, most of whom were young white girls between the ages of 11 and 15, had been sexually abused by the Rotherham gang, that mostly consisted of British-Pakistani men, between 1997 and 2013.

“The utter brutality is what shocked me most,” Jay said in an interview with The Telegraph. “It is really hard to describe it – the horrible nature of the sexual acts and the brutality of the controls these girls were subjected to. There was a vast amount of truly horrific material. I was taken aback at how callous, how violent, the operations were.”

“These were girls of 11 and 12. They were children. The violence was worst,” she continued. “Petrol dousing was used as a form of intimidation. Oral and anal sex were so often a means of control and punishment. It was truly frightening that people in our country could be doing that.”

It took whistleblower Jayne Senior fifteen years to bring the details of a Rotherham sex ring to light, as detailed by The Sun.

Senior has slammed political correctness for the part it played in keeping justice away from the Rotherham Gang.

“It was a race issue and obviously what we didn’t want to do was make it a race issue,” she said of the Rotherham case. Senior also agreed that instead of alerting authorities to grooming, people shrink away and stay silent to avoid being called racist.

The MP for Rotherham,  Sarah Champion, echoed Senior’s words when she said: “People are more afraid to be called a racist than they are afraid to be wrong about calling out child abuse.”

After all that has happened, the BBC decided to tweet this out on Sunday.

The tweet quickly received responses from users of the social media site.

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Sources:

CERNO

The Sun

The Telegraph

  • DaisyToo

    No, not criticizing Muslim pedophile rape grooming gangs is, in fact, well, not exactly ‘racist’ – but most certainly bigoted. See: The bigotry of low expectations.

    Or, in this case, insanity that includes absolving religiously sanctioned sexual deviance under the guise of Lefty ‘inclusiveness’.

  • Heywood Jablowme

    Im a racist . I care about kids.

    • James Lipton

      Hell, if that makes you a racist then I am too.

    • imarvolo

      It seems I am racist as well 🙁 We are going to be disavowed and doxxed soon I can feel it.

      • Heywood Jablowme

        😉

      • Heywood Jablowme

        🙂

    • Hairatic Rick

      I’m Islamophobic nothing I can do about it.

  • Jesse James

    May the entire senior editor staff of the BBC, and their owners, get hit by a terrorist cell before going to burn in hell forever.

  • Verk

    The BBC are spineless, shameless, PC bimbos. Does that make me racist?

  • Steve O

    I’m going to (gulp) give credit to the BBC (spit) and say that they have identified the phenomenon that rape gangs are not getting prosecuted as aggressively as they should because people fear false accusations of racism. They know what the public reaction will be as they phrase the question like that, and they know that asking the question will help people wake the f— up. Think of it as a rhetorical question. They themselves are not sitting around the BBC (spit) breakroom asking themselves:

    “Charles, I do wonder ol’ chap what’s worse — to allow rape gangs to abuse children, and would it be racist to shut them down?”

    “I don’t know Peter. Why don’t we tweet out a question for our viewers?”

    Come on.

  • January

    BBC, I’ll criticize them for you and not with words. If that makes me a racist then I’ve saved you from having hurt feelings being called one.

    Their question for conversation belongs on the list of the top 10 dumbest questions of the year. I wonder if that comment would hurt BBC feelings or would they figure a way to make it racist?

  • Rusty Shackleford

    Everyone who took part in covering up the Rotherham rape gangs should be hung.
    It doesn’t matter what skin color they are, the fact is people brought up proof countless times these “people of peace” were raping children and government officials covered it up BECAUSE OF THEIR RACE.

  • Dante Alighieri ????

    The alt-right can (rightfully) be called out for being racist but these animals who rape teen-age girls can’t be called out for being Muslim?

    Britain has territories & possessions beyond the seas.
    Send these Savages to a remote island and let them rape each other.

  • Hairatic Rick

    Where is Ramsay Bolton when needed. It would be a cut and dry issue with him.????

  • Dmitry Krotchlikmeoff

    Here’s my thoughts. Go fock yourself,BBC.

  • drdov

    Bbc is pathetic

  • Tobias Keith

    Self preservation is not racist. It’s common sense.