Friday, August 18, 2017
Pakistani Muslim Rape Gangs; Speaking the truth is dangerous in the modern Labour Party as Labour MP Sarah Champion is punished and used as a 'scapegoat' after warning of Pakistani Muslims raping white children, Jeremy Corbyn’s failure of leadership shows why he will never be Prime Minister of Great Britain
All that is wrong in the modern Labour Party can be summed up in one incident by the fact that Sarah Champion, the Labour MP has been forced to step down for speaking out about child sex grooming by the Pakistani community.
It is well known and there have been countless reported and historical cases of Muslim Pakistani men preying on under age white female children from deprived areas.
The areas read like a where’s where of deprivation areas, we recently seen Newscastle hit the headlines.
After telling the truth, Sarah Champion has been "punished" and "used as a scapegoat" as if she had done something in telling the truth. In politics, minority groups have joined political parties as a vehicle to further their own ends. I once heard at a polling station a Muslim Labour Candidate say to an Asian family coming down to vote that it was ‘important’ that ‘one of us’ get elected. I was appalled because I had known this individual in passing and never thought he was like that, turns out I was wrong.
But then you never truly know people do you.
The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn should NOT have forced Sarah Champion into silence because it sends out the wrong message; the fact is that ‘playing the race card’ is a part of modern British politics used to shut down dissent.
It is ridiculous that the Labour Party has lost such a valuable Equalities shadow minister because of the cowardice of Jeremy Corbyn. When I was in the Labour Party, I stayed on as a member to vote for him but as I wrote repeatedly, the two areas that he is bad at are foreign affairs and defence.
This episode shows clearly that Jeremy Corbyn will never be Prime Minister of Great Britain, in the key test of showing leadership, this goes beyond an epic fail.
Amina Lone, the co-director of the Social Action and Research Foundation told the BBC's Newsnight programme:
"She has been punished and used as a scapegoat because as a politician she's an easy target", adding that Labour should not have forced her into silence”.
Ms Lone later tweeted:
"Sarah Champion was talking about a particular type of grooming which is carried by men because of their cultural/religious practices”.
To add fuel to the disaster, the Conservative Government minister Sajid Javid also criticised the decision to force Ms Champion out.
"Corbyn wrong to sack Sarah Champion. We need an honest open debate on child sexual exploitation, including racial motivation".
Other MPs have also spoken up in defence of Ms Champion, including Labour's Barry Sheerman:
"I don't understand the forced resignation of Sarah Champion and nor will my constituents".
Conservative MP Tim Loughton wrote:
"Those of us with experience in this area know Sarah Champion is highly respected for exposing child sexual abuse and should be listened to. Obviously not all men. She is not a racist but a brave woman speaking out about a politically awkward issue. UK Labour bury your heads as much as you like in the black and white purist world you push. The chickens will come home to roost".
Margot James MP wrote:
"It is an outrage that @SarahChampionMP has had to quit the front bench; she must continue excellent work standing up for vulnerable girls"
To be forced out by telling the truth in the Labour Party sets a bad precedent, because this apart from looking rather shabby, it also shows that the party values Muslim votes and donations ahead of protecting vulnerable children.
Would a decent Muslim withhold a donation to the Labour Party because of Sarah Champion speaking out?
I doubt it.
In an article in The Sun, Ms. Champion warned politicians should not be afraid to discuss the high number of sexual exploitation and grooming cases against Pakistani men in the
She had written that an "over-sensitivity about language" had resulted in a climate of fear which had led to the "neglect, for so long, of the victims of these terrible crimes".
Corbyn, posted on Facebook:
"In recent days, The Sun has published statements that incite Islamophobia and stigmatise entire communities. That is wrong, dangerous and must be condemned".
Yasmin Qureshi, Labour's shadow justice minister has also refused to accept the Pakistani community has a particular issue with child grooming of white under age children despite high-profile cases which appear in our press and media constantly.
Trevor Philips, the former chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, told The Telegraph:
"I am absolutely gobsmacked, this is not the Labour party I know, even in the darkest days I don't remember people being asked to stand down for trying to represent their constituents, which is what I think Sarah Champion was trying to do. We shouldn't have to have an argument about free speech, what this feels like is what we used to call democratic centralism in the Labour party, in other words Stalinism".
Trevor Phillips in the past has written about the failure of multiculturalism in the
which in part is down to refusing to deal with problems like this which have
destroyed social cohesion.
Sarah Champion bravely wrote:
has a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls”.
"There. I said it. Does that make me a racist? Or am I just prepared to call out this horrifying problem for what it is? For too long we have ignored the race of these abusers and, worse, tried to cover it up. No more. These people are predators and the common denominator is their ethnic heritage. We have to have grown-up conversations, however unpalatable, or in six months’ time we will be having this same scenario all over again."
After telling the truth, she was effectively forced to say:
"I apologise for the offence caused by the extremely poor choice of words in The Sun article on Friday. I am concerned that my continued position in the Shadow cabinet would distract from the crucial issues around child protection which I have campaigned on my entire political career. It is therefore with regret that I tender my resignation as Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities."
Jeremy Corbyn is Leader of the Labour Party, I voted for him although I knew that he would never be Prime Minister of Great Britain, he is a weak man.
I wonder if he realises how much goodwill and votes he has lost through this failure of his leadership.
Recently, I was asked to get involved in the
Glasgow by-election at Cardonald
for the Pollok CLP, I decided not to offer my services. The Labour Party is in
no fit state to govern which is why they lost the election, it is true they
benefit from a protest vote in 2017 but there is an underlying problem of
credibility and now integrity to deal with.
The Campaign for Human Rights at
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Monday, August 14, 2017
SNP Rat Fight: former SNP Leader Alex Salmond savages unpopular Nicola Sturgeon over treatment of fraud-case MP Michelle Thomson, first rule of ‘ratship’ is protect the ship, is the ground being prepared for Alex Salmond to return as SNP leader, if this is the opening shot then Salmond fired a blank
Do you know what a ‘stalking horse’ is?
Just so you can get clued up.
When Kenny MacAskill got bumped as Justice Minister of
was the right decision, I said he had to go, and when unpopular Nicola Sturgeon
got crowned because no one would stand against her, she done him in.
Kenny MacAskill was Alex Salmond’s man.
In the press of late, we have had it appears a bit of stalking horse activity in my opinion, the ground being prepared for the removal of unpopular Nicola Sturgeon who will at some stage jump. Alex Salmond using his ‘jolly fat man’ routine managed to create a situation where he was able to win the confidence of Scots at the ballot box. The new era of Nicola Sturgeon as leader has been an untold and unmitigated disaster.
Nicola Sturgeon isn’t a leader of men.
When the Michelle Thomson case popped up on the radar, many people sat and read how Thomson made her money by allegedly purchasing properties from desperate sellers at below market valuations.
As one house owner said:
“We needed the money. We knew that we would take a loss, but we were desperate. I knew I was being taken advantage of, but we were about to get our home dispossessed.”
On that alone, I would have removed the whip from Michelle Thomson, some people may call her activities ‘sharp business practice’ but others would see it as exploiting the vulnerable in their time of need. When Thomson’s activities hit the press, we all sat back as a police inquiry into mortgage fraud allegations rumbled on. The SNP seeing the headlines, and keen to protect Nicola Sturgeon allegedly told Thomson she was being dumped if she didn’t resign the whip.
Now that the Crown say they can’t make a case against Thomson, it seems that Alex Salmond who lost his
Westminster seat has decided that the inept
leadership of Nicola Sturgeon needs a public airing. He has decided after
MacAskill has already done some of the spade work to savage Nicola Sturgeon
over treatment of fraud-case MP.
Alex Salmond has said during his stage show at the Fringe that Michelle Thomson had been denied 'natural justice' by the SNP during a police inquiry into mortgage fraud allegations.
So, what is 'natural justice'?
The right to a fair hearing, how could a morally bankrupt organisation like the Scottish National Party which is run as a cult have given Thomson a fair hearing, and if they had a mock trial, and down the line there was a criminal conviction, where would that leave the SNP then?
It was right to throw Michelle Thomson under the bus, because this is the modus operandi in British politics, got a problem, then you bury it as soon as possible less it affects the rest.
Maybe someone should ask the ‘jolly fat man’ how he would have delivered Michelle Thomson 'natural justice', and while he is at it, if he applies a standard then would he have also be obligated to do the same for the odious pig that is ex SNP MPNatalie McGarry?
It is pretty clear that Nicola Sturgeon gets a lot wrong but in the case of Thomson and McGarry, there was no way in God’s Earth that you couldn’t withdraw the whip. As to the ‘right’ to re-stand as the SNP MP while being investigated, the rules are clear, once dumped you stay dump until you are cleared.
There was no way the SNP could have chosen Thomson for the seat she formally held.
And despite Thomson saying she could have held it, that is ‘pie in the sky’ daydreaming, she would have been shunted out the door along with the rest of the deadbeats that got canned in 2017.
In my opinion, and history backs me up, Alex Salmond gets a lot wrong, he said that Thomson should get readmitted to the ‘ratship’ but where he gets it wrong is when he says that she should be allowed to stand for election again.
If anything, this would be a gift to the position as they continually ask questions about her business activities and how she made her money.
Salmond said on welcoming Thomson back:
“I’ve always believed that. I was one of the people who voted in the parliamentary group to make that happen a year ago. It was an extremely difficult situation which the SNP handled badly. You cannot have a situation where people are denied natural justice.”
Presumably this doesn’t apply to poor people who are SNP members; the SNP has a history of treating people like trash.
Apparently Thomson is demanding that Sturgeon apologise to her over the way she was treated, saying it was “disturbing” she was never given the chance to speak directly to the SNP leader.
What right is that?
“I believe taking disciplinary action against somebody should be at the point of being charged. Even then, you could argue that if someone has been charged they have not been found guilty of anything. Although I think the SNP made a mistake, they were not the instigators of the mistake. The people who bear the heaviest burden of responsibility for the position Michelle has found herself in over these last two years are your publications. You should reflect on that because you have effectively removed the political career of somebody I thought was an incredibly talented female politician.”
There is so much in that paragraph above that is so wrong, hard to know where to start, and to blame the press, well…… tough shit Thomson!
To show how much Alex Salmond has lost the plot, the ex-SNP leader predicted that by 2021
will have voted to leave the UK.
The SNP is on a downward spiral under Nicola Sturgeon, we are on course for a hung parliament if things keep going as they are at present; obviously Salmond’s show is allegedly entertainment so he can spout any old rubbish for a headline.
Finally; if there is a bit of plotting to oust Nicola Sturgeon then Salmond should remember that “Softly, softly, catchee monkey”.
George LairdThe Campaign for Human Rights at
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Targeting the Vulnerable, 18 strong Muslim rape gang get convicted for child rape, drugs offences, inciting prostitution, yet again the same format is used to lure young children, multiculturalism has failed, and we need new laws to be introduced to strengthen the time served in prison
Politicians know that multiculturalism has failed, it was forced onto the British people in a dramatic way by the Labour Party under Tony Blair, at the time; the people of
UK were specifically told this was
done for economic reasons to help the country grow.
It was a lie; it was a social engineering experiment which was to have disastrous consequences down the line.
No one got a vote on whether they wanted multiculturalism and the ramifications of relaxing controls saw a rise in the breakdown of social cohesion. You could say; that the Labour Party had laid the foundations of the
exit from the EU, the resentment; the seed that was planted was to grow.
Once the people clicked onto the fact that their views weren’t being addressed, and that the ‘regressive left’ were quick to brand people as ‘racists’, the people were always going to react badly. A problem was to emerge which the political class weren’t keen to acknowledge, a heinous crime where Muslim gangs would be formed to indulge in child rape. Of course, the child rape crimes weren’t taking place within their own community but specifically targeted towards young white children.
There have been many cases of Muslim rape gangs operating in the
and they seem strangely to all the same format. The format is to seek out poor
white female children in deprived areas and then supplied with cash, cigarettes
and drugs in exchange for sex.
In the latest episode of Muslim rape gangs operating in the
UK, a 13 year
old girl was taken from her home and repeatedly raped by Muslim men as if they
were in a 'relay race'. This was done by a group which was allegedly 18-strong;
luckily these people have been caught and convicted.
Sadly before their crime spree came to an end, they had managed to rack up crimes against up to 108 girls. One girl spoke of how a rich Muslim would come picked her up in a Mercedes from the children's home and take to flats to be sexually abused.
So, who are these child rapists and what part did they play in these crimes?
Saiful Islam, 35, of
was jailed for 10 years in January 2016 for raping a 15-year-old girl in 2011.
Yasser Hussain, 28, of
was jailed for two years in October 2015 for a sex attack.
Mohammed Hassan Ali, 34, of
Newcastle, was jailed for seven years in
December 2015 for sexual activity with a child.
Redwan Siddique, 32, of
Newcastle, was jailed for 16 months in
February for supplying M-Kat to a 19-year-old in return for sex at his student
digs in 2013.
Defendants yet to be sentenced:
Carolann Gallon, 22, from
Newcastle, aged 17-18 at the time, admitted
three offences of trafficking girls for the purposes of sexual exploitation.
Mohammed Azram, 35, of
Newcastle, admitted five drugs offences and
was convicted of one count of sexual assault and one count of conspiracy to
incite prostitution for gain.
Jahangir Zaman, 45, of
was convicted of rape, supplying drugs and inciting prostitution.
Nashir Uddin, 35, of
was convicted of sexual assault, allowing premises to be used to supply drugs,
conspiracy to incite prostitution and who admitted four counts of supplying
drugs and three of possessing drugs.
Abdulhamid Minoyee, 34, of
Newcastle, was convicted of rape and sexual
assault and pleaded guilty to supplying drugs.
Eisa Mousavi, 42, of
was convicted of three counts of rape, two counts of supplying drugs, allowing
premises to be used for the supply of drugs and conspiracy to incite
Monjur Choudhury, 33, of
Newcastle, was convicted of supplying drugs,
permitting premises to be used for the supply of drugs and conspiracy to incite
Taherul Alam, 32,
who was convicted of two counts of supplying drugs, one count of permitting
premises to be used for supplying drugs, attempting to sexually assault, and of
conspiracy to incite prostitution.
Prabhat Nelli, 33,
who was convicted of two counts of supplying drugs and one count of conspiracy
to incite prostitution.
Nadeem Aslam, 43, Newcastle, who admitted possessing cannabis and was convicted of two counts of supplying drugs, one count of possessing drugs and one count of permitting premises to be used in the supply of drugs.
Habibur Rahim, 34, of Fenham, was convicted of two counts of conspiracy to incite prostitution, relating to eight different victims. He supplied them with cannabis and mephedrone and was also convicted of a number of trafficking for sexual exploitation offences. He was convicted of one count of rape.
Abdul Sabe, 40, of
was convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, conspiracy to traffic for
sexual exploitation, conspiracy to sexual assault, and supplying drugs to
victims. He was already on the sex offenders' register.
Badrul Hussain, 37, of
was convicted of allowing drugs to be used at his premises and of supplying
drugs. He was cleared of inciting prostitution for gain.
Mohibur Rahman, 44, known to victims as Jimmy, admitted conspiracy to incite prostitution and five drugs charges.
This is the seventh large scale sex gang scandal to hit the
UK after infamous cases from towns including
Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford and Bristol, those prosecuted were from the
Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iraqi, Iranian and Turkish communities.
If you want to know how badly multiculturalism has failed then the words of convicted, 37-year-old Badrul Hussain should be heeded:
'All white women are good for one thing, for men like me to fuck and use as trash; that is all women like you are worth.'
Chief Constable Steve Ashman, of Northumbria Police, said strong punishments are needed to deal with the 'vile' individuals who target vulnerable people, and to act as a deterrent, he is of course quite correct. I think in crimes like this involved organised crime, there should be a minimum 20 year sentence on top of punishments for individual acts. Although most of these people were apparently born here, their values in the main the values of the majority of the population, and as such they should be removed from society until they no longer pose a threat.
Of those people who are foreigners, once their sentences are completed, automatic deportation should be the norm, and where citizenship has been granted, it should be revoked.
Lots of people have lost faith in politicians and in politics, when you read stories like this, don’t read it as an abstract, instead imagine for a moment how you would feel if it was your child who was used and abused. Too many people in society refuse to speak up, because the political class turn on them and brand them racists while at the same if contacted by the media for comment do through the ritual of condemnation, praise the police, and saying ‘lessons need to be learned’.
One lesson which hasn’t been learned is that the politicians who caused the damaged to social cohesion have escaped without sanction.
The Campaign for Human Rights at
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Orange Walk Season: Protest movement against Orange walks set up to urge people to cause trouble by disrupting events using music, the organiser wants to remain anonymous but doesn’t have a problem putting people’s safety and property in danger, lack of personal courage or as some say……. Baws!
There are some really stupid bastards living among us, normally the majority of the population see them coming and do a body swerve, these are the kinds of people who think nothing of putting other people’s safety in danger.
Apparently, some dumb bastards have started a protest movement against
Orange marches. Having grown
up in Glasgow from
the 1960’s, I remember the ‘good old days’, except that they weren’t good. So,
what is this new Campaign, well, they have given themselves the catchy title, ‘Fight
Noise With Noise’. The idea is that they want people on marching routes to
disrupt marches by playing and blasting loud, crazy, off-putting music” at
The organiser of this group was keen to stress that the movement is a “non-violent protest” but they want you to endanger yourself and your property while they stand back.
What a bunch of heroes, this new group is, and well, let’s be fair, they are simple minded. Such the heroism displayed by the organiser of this new group, that they don’t have the balls to stand up and be counted as they want to remain anonymous.
Having looked at google, I cannot find their website, but there is supposed to be an announcement on Facebook, obviously wishing to do this campaign on the cheap. The anonymous organiser said:
“If you live on the proposed route, I urge you to get your craziest, loudest, and most off-putting music on as loud as you're comfortable with to combat the noise from them.
“I live at Bridgeton Cross and know the annoyance of these people. They shouldn’t be allowed to march promoting their bigotry, racism, and general intolerance of anything progressive. But, while they’re still in operation, we could make this a thing. I do it to as many marches as I’m able to. Speaker on the window with bass on full. Metal/Industrial music works best, System of a Down and Prodigy are good, but anything with a good solid beat works.”
I have a question, what happens if a ‘daftie’ decides to put bricks through windows of the people who play loud counter music?
Does, the Facebook group cover the cost of replacements?
If someone is assaulted does the group have an insurance policy to pay compensation?
Glasgow City Council under the control of the SNP is said to be considering banning future
this is anti democracy in action, it would be a stupid move, but the Sein Fein
lite SNP might, just might go that road. I assume if this does go ahead then
there could be a court case. Then of course counter demos outside the offices
of all elected SNP MSPs and MPs.
Far from being progressive, this type of stupidity could promote Sectarianism.
The right to march is fundamental in a democracy, any curtailment without good reason, and ‘I don’t like them’ isn’t a good reason must be done under issues like public safety. Orange Walks are part of the history of
the organisation to its credit is involved in charity work.
Finally, I hope no one is stupidity enough to follow the advice of the anonymous organiser; they clearly don’t value people’s safety, welfare or understand what it means to have the right to march.
The Campaign for Human Rights at
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
‘Operation Gag’, Nicola Sturgeon’s failed SNP Government held to account for poor performance on freedom of information, the press and elected opposition members see unacceptable delays, the SNP don’t believe in the people’s right to know because deep down they don’t believe in democracy
Politicians like to say if you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to fear, they themselves however don’t think the same rhetoric applies to them. The SNP like to spout nonsense about freedom, but the reality is they don’t like most despots and cults believe in it.
The SNP spent years bragging about how they were going to bring a new style of politics of openness and transparency; they spent years raging at the culture of secrecy as an affront to democracy. Scottish people, including me bought into this lie, it was a lie, a lie in a ‘sea of lies’ that these people told to hoodwink the public.
We have had 10 solid years of SNP Government; that has been 10 years of failure, 10 years that failed to make
Scotland a better place for the
ordinary people. The SNP lined their pockets with taxpayers’ money and rejoiced
in the demise of Scottish Labour. They thought that they had ‘cracked’ it after
2015 when 56 SNP MPs were elected, now the 2017, the backlash of angry public has
kicked in, it is Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP that are the hunted animals.
Under FOI legislation any individual has a right to recorded information held by hundreds of devolved public bodies. You would think that this bill and the SNP would be compatible but you would be wrong, the SNP don’t believe in the people’s right to know, because deep down, they aren’t a party of government.
The SNP is the cuckoo in the nest.
The denial of freedom of information by the SNP Government isn’t new, this has been going on for some considerable time; the Nationalists know that they are freedom of information legislation. The SNP have setup a culture of fear, in this case, fear of losing their jobs; that is what civil servants face if they cross the SNP. So, we have a situation where civil servants keep their heads down and do their ‘masters’ bidding, some people have mortgages to pay, and unemployment is very unattractive these days.
A particular situation has developed that the SNP Government has been involved in a higher refusal rates for journalists than other applicants. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand why, 10 years of failed government means 10 years of dirt which is hidden in filing cabinets, ammunition to shred the SNP politicians particularly those in the high profile portfolios such as health and education.
The slogan that the SNP are ‘Stronger for
Scotland’ is a
lie, as Neil Findlay, a Labour MSP, said:
“This system is being abused and it is destroying trust in government."
You also could add in at this point the practice by civil servants to respond later to requests from MSPs than to the population at large as a way of trying to systematically delay and protect Nicola Sturgeon from awkward questions at FMQs where she regularly has to resort to her angry wee Nat routine.
The truth in her case doesn’t set her free, it is an anvil round her neck pulling her down, 2017’s election result was a disaster for the SNP, as I said these people aren’t talented individuals, they treat government departments as a their playthings, a part time gig with a hefty pay packet and perks, their turn on the ‘merry go round’.
Under FOI legislation, authorities have 20 days to respond but it seems that Nicola Sturgeon’s political commissars who work under the title of special advisers are screen responses especially from journalists. The SNP as I mentioned shouted about transparency but they are a Government failing to keep records of important meetings, this flies in the face of good governance.
The SNP Government have failed to meet the 20-day deadline for between 20 per cent and 32 per cent of all requests tabled in a seven year period according to Scottish Labour. Instead of improving the system, the SNP with their ‘blockers’ in the shape of their political commissars have been lording it over a system which has seen information requests submitted by elected members, the percentage of questions not answered on time getting higher in every single year.
SNP, ‘Stronger for
Scotland’, the facts don’t lie!
This figure may open your eyes to what people did wrong by voting SNP, in 2015/16, the total failure rate was 21 per cent, but for elected members it was 43 per cent. Government, no matter who runs it must be held to account, if it cannot, we just have a dictatorship running under the guise of democracy.
Labour MSP Neil Findlay said:
"These laws are supposed to increase transparency and accountability of government, but the handling of freedom of information requests in recent times has all the hallmarks of a secretive government desperate to dodge scrutiny."
If you aren’t in the fight against Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP, you are doing your fellow Scots a huge disservice, there are many ways to join in, you can do what I do here, publish a blog, you can use your vote wisely, you can get politically active, you can write to the papers, you can stand for election yourself and oppose these people.
In 2017, I supported three people getting into public office, two Conservatives and one Scottish Labour, it was the right thing to do, in politics, you have to remind politicians that they are here to serve the people, they aren’t our masters, and we aren’t slaves.
Finally, will the SNP change their ways, will they removed their special advisors from the process, I personally doubt it, I see Nicola Sturgeon as a particularly small minded individual who lives in constant fear, she is right to be scared, she had led the SNP to destruction, we are seeing the small explosions such as 2017 take place, the big bang is yet to come at the ballot box.
The Campaign for Human Rights at