The sheer depravity of the acts against 1,400 little girls from the town of Rotherham,, that British police and social workers chose to ignore, in order to be politically correct, must surely mark the ignominious end of the multicultural experiment.
Still as the horrific details emerge, ‘political correctness’ requires the identity of the perpetrators to be ‘protected’ and so they are referred to as ‘Asian’ men, which is general enough to include a range of possibilities. It was the same ‘political correctness’ or the fear of being labelled as ‘racist’ or ‘Islamophobic” that prevented Police and care givers to mention that the perpetrators were Muslim men.
What happened in Rotherham was revealed in a report by Professor Alexis Jay which amounted to evidence of abuse against very young British girls on an industrial scale over a period of 16 years.
Allison Pearson reported in The Telegraph that “Men of Pakistani heritage treated white girls like toilet paper. They picked children up from schools and care homes and trafficked them across northern cities for other men to join in the fun. They doused a 15-year-old in petrol and threatened to set her alight should she dare to report them. They menaced entire families and made young girls watch as they raped other children. These truly horrible things happened in our country – not in the distant, cruel past, but as recently as last year.”
If Rotherham was the only case, where ‘rape Jihad’, a term coined by Soeren Kern, occurred, it could be considered an aberration. Contextualization however, reveals a frightening pattern of systemic crimes on a widespread scale, and these have been known in the public domain for some time. Last year, the Deputy Children’s Commissioner for England, Sue Berelowitz, observed that;
‘There isn’t a town, village or hamlet in which children are not being sexually exploited.’ We should start from the assumption that children are being sexually exploited right the way across the country.”
These remarks related to the discovery of a ‘Child grooming’ gang that operated in Oxford, which led to seven Muslim men (of Pakistani and Eritrean origin) being sentenced after an 18 week long trial, to at least 95 years in prison for raping, torturing and trafficking British girls as young as 11 years .
The British government was already then aware that these cases were “just the tip of the iceberg,” and that at least 2,500 British children had previously been confirmed to be victims of predatory, (mainly) Muslim paedophile grooming gangs. By 2013, at least 27 police forces were investigating 54 alleged child grooming gangs across England and Wales.
The harsh jail terms meted out by Judge Peter Rook, who presided over the trial at the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales (aka the Old Bailey), in 2013 — which were longer than those in other high-profile grooming cases such as those in Rochdale, Derby and Telford, although intended to send a message to abusers that they would be targeted and brought to justice, seems to have had no deterrent effect.
Unfortunately, some of the perpetrators will escape the harsh punishment that was meant to be a deterrent in these earlier trials, by returning to Pakistan, where they are reported to have boasted about ‘living the high life’ in Britain while raping British girls and living off welfare.
Due to the widespread nature of these crimes, and due to the sensitivities in identifying the racial or religious backgrounds of the criminals, it is difficult to find precise details of the perpetrators’ cultural backgrounds. According to Diana Nammi of the UK’s Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation “about two-thirds are Muslim.”
What is extremely concerning about the latest incidents in Rotherham, according to Parveen Qureshi, the director of the United Multicultural Centre there, was that ‘Muslim leaders were fully aware of the problem, but did nothing’. These crimes were widely discussed between Muslim leaders who, ‘talked in Mosques, but not to the police’ while they were privately ‘trying to resolve the problem’. She also said that religious leaders ‘were contacted by agencies about the abuses’.
Throughout England there are now pockets of immigrant communities, which unashamedly eschew Western values. Already by 2010, there were 2283 cases, representing a 47% rise of honor-related crimes in Britain. Commenting on this phenomenon, Deborah Orr, writing in the Guardian, said that “ Multiculturalism’s most miserable miscalculation was that respect would always be mutual. It’s pretty clear to me that the limits of that Great British value, tolerance, have now been tested to destruction. Forced marriage? “Honour” killing? Female genital mutilation? It’s hard to believe that apologists for such activities were ever taken seriously. But until we invent the time machine, it’s probably best to be glad that the tide has turned. If there ever was a tide.”
Clearly, if ever there was a time for Britain and other countries hosting large immigrant communities, to recognize that there are limits to the tolerance of values that run completely contrary to the hard won human rights which Western democracies hold dear, it is now! Multi-culturalism failed because Western societies tolerated regressive values, and regressive legal systems, such as Sharia, which reject mutual respect of people who are ‘Infidels’, which reject equal rights for women, for gays and lesbians and respect for the law and institutions of the host country. As Britain faces down the biggest threat to its national security, from home grown Islamist fanatics that were nurtured in Multicultural ghettos, that resented and rejected everything Western, it needs to discard its rose tinted spectacles and recognize the monster that it has birthed.

Ben Levitas.
South African Zionist Federation.
National Vice Chair