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Echoing the theme of Paul Weston’s talk earlier today, Takuan Seiyo offers a somewhat different take on the same recent events in Rochdale.
The current state of Britain (and all of Western Civilization) is reminiscent of an observation by Riddley Walker in the eponymous novel by Russell Hoban. Upon seeing the “shyning of them broakin machines” at Fork Stoan, Riddley grieves: “O, what we ben! And what we come to!”
The Three Cs
by Takuan Seiyo
Consider the case of the nine “Asian” men recently convicted for snaring, drugging, kidnapping, pimping and gang-raping 50 young British girls, over ten years. These Asian men, all of them Japanese Buddhists from Kyoto:
Handout composite image issued on May 8, 2012 by Manchester Police showing eight of the nine men in the “Rochdale gang”: Adil Khan, Mohammed Amin, Abdul Rauf, Mohammed Sajid; bottom, Abdul Aziz, Abdul Qayyum, Hamid Safi and Kabeer Hassan
As has now transpired, police, public prosecutors and social workers knew about these blood-curdling abuses since 2002, and ignored them because they feared being called racist. They ignored the complaints of a 15 year-old who told them she was being driven all over town to be raped by up to five men every day. Singled out, as she relayed, because she was white, vulnerable and under-age.
And the pleas of another one who described in a six-hour interview with the police her multiple rapes, by up to five men a day, and provided DNA evidence too. And a mother whose three daughters were being raped regularly by the Japanese Buddhist Asians, and who complained about it multiple times to the authorities, to no avail.
Racist police action averted, thankfully, for ten long years, I am particularly fond of Assistant Chief Constable Steve Heywood acknowledgment that officers could have dealt with the case “better than we did,” and that “The issue here is genuinely about vulnerability. It just happens that they are Asian men. In no way did we sweep it under the carpet.”
Let’s move on from the hopeless zombie cops to a British historian who is full of hope. “If we are to make this highly diverse society work, and I desperately hope that we do,” said David Starkey, PhD, CBE, FSA and a richly remunerated darling of Britain’s broadcast MSM, “what we should be focusing on is the astonishing record of change.”
The esteemed Dr. Starkey avers that these “Asian” kuffar-pedophilia specialists have been acting “within their cultural norms.” Converting them to the British norms is a matter of explaining that the history of women in Britain was once “rather similar” to that in Pakistan, but now it has changed.