Anne Marie Waters, the Deputy Leader of Pegida UK, has reviewed Peter McLoughlin's book Easy Meat. To be precise she has so much to say that her review will be in three parts. The first part is on the Pegida website today, here.
Easy Meat1, by Peter McLoughlin, is about as comprehensive a report in to the horrible phenomenon of so-called “Asian grooming gangs” as has been produced. . . These gangs were comprised almost exclusively of Muslim men. Most of the victims were white English girls, but Sikh girls were also often targeted.
The grooming gang scandal burst in to public consciousness with the publication of the Jay report in 2014. It described how at least 1,400 girls had fallen victim to these gangs in the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham alone. As McLoughlin explains in some detail, Rotherham was a drop in the ocean. All over England (and Holland) thousands upon thousands of young girls have been raped and pimped for decades, and with absolute impunity. Furthermore, it is still going on.
Such impunity was the result of the inaction of a public sector terrified of being labelled racist if it mentioned the ethnicity of the men involved. The media furore that followed the Jay report did refer to ethnicity however, and shouldn’t have. Ethnicity is not the issue (except in reference to the victims, who are often selected because they are white), religion is the issue – and Peter McLoughlin is not afraid to say so.
He writes: “Despite the experts knowing that not all the Muslims in Britain who do this are Asian, despite knowing that an almost identical pattern of criminality has been going on in Holland (and that the Muslims in Holland who are doing it are from Turkey and Morocco), the experts refuse to look at Islam as a causal factor, even when there is no other cause that can be seen”. McLoughlin points out that even while denying Islam could have been influential in these crimes, politicians and other authorities simultaneously liaised with Muslim “leaders” in attempts to confront them. As McLoughlin asks “Why did the Home Affairs Committee have input from a Sheikh, but not from a Bishop?”
It is the religious identity of these men that the powerful have not addressed. Instead, the issue is deemed to be one of culture, whilst ignoring the impact of Islam in shaping it.
As is argued in Easy Meat “over hundreds of years the stories, morality and principles from the Koran, the Hadiths, and the Sira (The Life of Mohammed) must have passed in to Islam culture. These principles, values and narratives have affected what Muslims view as right and wrong. These things shape their view of the world”. The statement is powerful, owing to its staggering common sense. Of course Islam and its teachings influence the morality of Muslims, that is a given. It doesn’t mean that all Muslims think or act alike, but Islamic morality is bound to inform the norms of Muslim societies – that indeed is its role.
There is simply no getting away from it, the cultural influence of Islam, and Islamic doctrine itself, must have had an enormous impact on the attitudes of the men involved in rape gangs across England. More and more people now understand this, and on June 4th Pegida will give them a chance to protest.
Pegida will hold a silent walk through Rotherham, the town has sadly come to symbolize these horrors, to register our disgust that this appalling crime has been allowed to carry on, while those charged with preventing it looked on. We will be there because we want justice, we want these rapists punished, and we want girls protected.
I know that as I type thousands of young girls are undergoing exactly this very same torment, and I want our presence to remind them that they have not been forgotten.
Islamic culture, that is culture shaped by Islam to whatever extent, has brought misery to Europe over the last few decades. Sharia, honour violence, jihadism, misogyny, anti-Semitism, and rape. In Easy Meat, Peter McLoughlin portrays this methodically. This is not an uplifting or entertaining book, but it is absolutelyessential reading. If you want to know just how widespread this crime has been, and the reasons it occurred, then Easy Meat is where to begin.
It reveals with harrowing clarity just how much Islam has begun to hurt us, and that our leaders and our elite are aiding and abetting in this without shame.
When you consider the dominating effect that Islam has; a dominating effect demanding total obedience and totally unquestioning adherence; then it is obvious that Islamic culture must be permeated with Islamic mores and imperatives. The nature of Islam leaves absolutely no leeway. It is totalitarian. It is an inescapable conclusion that Islamic culture is almost totally shaped by Islam. It would never allow anything else.
No culture prior to modern Europe has invited a self-avowed enemy into their midst and then gone to insane lengths to cover up the destruction it is wrought. Rape is weapon of war. It subjugates, humiliates and demonstrates to a vanquished opponent the totality of conquest. The British state has (as have other European nations) enabled the Muslim rape gangs. The burning question is why any self-respecting nation-state would tolerate and excuse the horrendous abuse of young girls in such vast numbers. Not only have they enabled the rapists, they've actively persecuted anyone calling it out. All men and women who care about the future of their country need to speak out. If we're not of a nature to speak out, then we must throw our full support behind these champions of our western civilization. Our governments are not the answer; they are the problem. My sincere thank-you goes to Anne Marie Waters, Peter McLoughlin, Tommy Robinson and countless others who have the courage to raise their voices. PEGIDA should start a program whereby people from other countries can donate to a fund for someone to carry a banner with their country named. Because there are more people marching in spirit with PEGIDA than can physically be present.
This would not have gone on for so long and so thoroughly if indigenous, Caucasian, powerful British men were not also involved. I'm not so sure that it's simply fear of being called "racist".