The UK actually wins, but you know that already…
Tommy has clearly been the catalyst in bringing this phenomenon to the public’s attention. Of that, there is no doubt, whatsoever. Peter McLoughlin’s Easy Meat is the go-to book in understanding the background to the outrageous rape-jihad against British non-Muslim girls.
This is not a little victory, but a major one: his actions have forced the local authorities in Bradford to explicitly and publicly acknowledge that Pakistanis make up a massively disproportionate share of the suspects in “grooming” cases — that is, the organized sexual enslavement of underage white girls by non-white Muslim gangs.
And those same authorities acknowledge Tommy’s role in what they are discussing: “If we don’t ask these questions, Tommy Robinson will.”
Ethnic breakdown of grooming suspects ‘should be addressed’
A COUNCILLOR has asked what is being done to address the fact that a “shocking” amount of suspects in grooming cases in Bradford were of Pakistani origin.
Councillor David Ward (Lib Dem/Independent, Bolton and Undercliffe) was referring to recently released figures that show that around 63 per cent of child sexual exploitation suspects identified in the past year were classed as Asian/Pakistani.
Ethnicity of recent child sexual abuse suspects. Image from council report
He was told that the high proportion was due to a specific ongoing police investigation into historic grooming offences in the district, which had identified a large number of Asian suspects.
The question was asked during a meeting of Bradford Council’s Children’s Services Scrutiny Committee last night, when members were discussing an annual report into CSE in the district.
The report reveals that from April 2017 to the end of March this year, there have been 317 CSE flagged offences recorded on Police systems.
People of Pakistani descent made up around 63 per cent of the suspects identified in that period, with white British suspects making up around 20 per cent.