Class warfare by rape: Paki gangs see white girls as “easy meat”

The Iconoclast

By now we know the story of the rape gangs operating in the UK, as reported by Brian of London in The Iconoclast, but did you know that this mind-bendingly awful phenomenon goes as far back as 1975? I myself became aware of something similar in 1985 but was told by friends that ‘it was not possible’. 

Yesterday ALTNEWSMEDIA published an interview with the books’ author Peter McLoughlin, by Shazia.  It’s worth reading just to get a fuller picture.  What caught my attention was McLoughlin’s very clear description of the kind of white-on-white class-warfare that permeates the issue.

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I can remember when I first arrived in England in the 1970s being very shocked by the attitude of the mostly middle-class people I met when it came to their own countrymen and women. I never quite understood the intensity of their sneering at ‘white van man’ or the disdain in which Daily Mail readers were held.  But in time I began to see that the middle classes got to regard themselves as cosmopolitan, interesting, and sophisticated by denigrating what they saw as the bovine sloppiness of the working-class whites who don’t eat their Jamie Oliver greens and prefer to smoke 20 fags a day.  As McLoughlin says, the middle classes both fear and despise the white working class, so they can easily look the other way when their women are being raped and murdered.

Question 5 in the interview asked: Do you believe if this was affecting mostly middle class or Muslim children it would be have been dealt with swiftly?  Is there a class issue in play here?

Here’s the answer:

The Conservative MP for Telford is on record as saying that the gangs are targeting white working-class schoolgirls, echoing the Labour MP for Blackburn who had already said 10 years ago that Pakistani gangs saw white schoolgirls as “easy meat”. Political correctness puts white people at the bottom of any hierarchy of suffering. The white working class in Britain are now the most despised group in their own country, thanks to decades of denigration of the British in general and of the working class in particular. The bourgeois Left have never forgiven the working class for supporting Margaret Thatcher in preference to a Bolshevik revolution.The middle class applaud themselves as Brits by thinking they are at least cosmopolitan and internationalist, unlike the working class whom they both fear and despise.

There are undoubtedly some middle-class girls who have fallen into the clutches of the gangs. But on the whole the Muslim gangs live cheek-by-jowl with the white working class (and to some extent with working class blacks and Sikhs), and so the white working class are most ready to hand and most numerous.The working class are already despised by the salaried agents of the state, so these schoolgirls are not believed when they go to complain. On top of that, the desire by the middle class to appear “non-racist” and politically correct would mean that these agents of the state would always give preferential treatment to a non-white immigrant than to a member of the white working class.The chattering classes’ idea of diversity is to have any number of immigrants and foreigners appear on TV debates and even TV adverts, when it is vanishingly rare to see a representative of the working class be allowed to air an opinion in the media, even though the working class are by far the biggest demographic in the country.

What brings out the contrast most is to imagine the swiftness of the violent consequences if thousands of non-Muslim men in Britain had systematically raped and pimped thousands of Muslim schoolgirls. Muslims would not have stood for this, as we have seen with the variety of forms of terrorism Muslims have employed for far less serious issues – riots, execution squads and suicide bombings over things as trivial as cartoons by non-Muslims.  But it appears that for 5 decades British men and women have just stood by and watched as the political elite and the agents of the state facilitated the industrial rape of schoolgirls. The traditional institutions of the working class have been eviscerated (trade unions, churches, social clubs) by deliberate policies from the ruling elite and by technological change, resulting in the destruction of communal bonds and the fragmentation of a once homogeneous society. With the destruction of these working-class communities the media (and now social media) became the ways by which many understood what was going on in their own society.  The ruling elite are determined to bolster community bonds among immigrant populations whilst destroying the same bonds among the indigenous population – mosques which preach hatred of non-Muslims get state funding and charitable status, whilst pubs which welcome anyone are taxed on their sales and on their profits. Pubs go out of business, often replaced by mosques. Muslims have the infrastructure and the ideological framework to organise violent responses at the drop of a hat. The indigenous population have been weakened, fractured and betrayed by those who are in the position of leadership.There are literally thousands of state-funded proponents of Islam. By contrast there are literally zero state-funded critics of Islam. That imbalance should leave people in no doubt where the state is heading.

If these indigenous communities and their organisations had not been so weakened since the 1960s, then we may have seen a violent response by the white working class to the rape of the girls of their community. Since we now have proof that the Muslim rape gangs were operating back in the 1970s, it could well be that the so-called “Paki bashing” phenomenon of the 1970s was itself a response to the organised rape of schoolgirls by immigrants. Our institutions (controlled by the middle class) have done nothing other than systematically deceive the public over the last 5 decades. To most people’s astonishment, there is considerable evidence to show that the indigenous population are disproportionately the victims of racist violence, with the grooming gangs being, in the single largest instance, the instigators of such racist violence.