Fight against ‘grooming gangs’ backed by just 3% of lawmakers Paltry number ‘willing to speak out against child sexual slavery’ shows ‘moral bankruptcy’

The United Kingdom has been scorched in recent years with scandals about Muslim gangs grooming children for sexual abuse.

It’s developed in Rotherham, Telford and Newcastle, and has become not only a topic of national conservation but of international concern.

Now 20 members of Parliament have written to Home Secretary Sajid Havid asking for action on the program “to protect children and to bring offenders to justice.”

But Andrew Jones, a journalist based in Europe, says that’s horrible in a report at the Gatestone Institute.

Not that 20 members wrote about the problem, but that the other 630 didn’t.
Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2018/07/fight-against-grooming-gangs-backed-by-just-3-of-lawmakers/#8bS6TjSxfmVg3CKu.99

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2 thoughts on “Fight against ‘grooming gangs’ backed by just 3% of lawmakers Paltry number ‘willing to speak out against child sexual slavery’ shows ‘moral bankruptcy’

  1. There is only one way to fix this mess, and Sarah Champion was told the solution but she unwisely ignored it.
    Readers would do well to study JAH’s letter to Alan Billings, the Police and Crime Commissioner. It concerns the only effective punishment for this type of vile offending. All local councillors in Rotherham were copied in to this letter. All have ignored the best advice on earth.
    http://jahtalk.thefarrellreport.net/king-of-england/

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  2. Says it all that Naz “grooming victims should shut their mouths for the good of diversity” Shah is now the Shadow Equalities Minister

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