H/T: Brian John Thomas
Everyone In The U.K., In The World, Worried About Those Three Girls Headed To Syria
It was on the BBC, and CNN, and all the American networks. In the U.K., Prime Minister Cameron has been concerned. It’s all over the place — what oh what can be done to find those three little maids from school, the school itself, Bethnal Green, even being shown on international networks.
This insensate interest in these three girls, who apparently have been so impressed by what they have learned about the works and days of the Islamic State — the kidnappings, the beheadings, the Shari’a-compliance officers, the fun for girls with manly suicide-vested scimitar-wielding heroes for our (Muslim) time — all this is what made them buy tickets from London to Istanbul — amazes. Who cares if they go? Let them go, and let them never come back.
It amazes, and it disgusts, because for years and years thousands of girls, English girls, in Rotherham and a dozen other places, indeed all over the country, have been lured by Muslim men of every age, into becoming sex slaves, subject to every sort of abuse, and not only did no news channel anywhere, even locally, cover the story, but the local police, always and everywhere, tried to cover things up, to look the other way, to minimize matters. And that allowed the fantastic goings-on to continue, and it is only after many years that a true relation of the matter has appeared.
One hopes that many will note this difference, and in the British newspapers, on the radio, on television, on the Internet, will descant and yet again descant upon it.