During election campaigns, many politicians will make promises that they believe will capture the most votes, no matter whether they intend to deliver or not. A possible indicator of whether they might be telling the truth is consistency over time. And, of course, the age-old adage is true: actions speak louder than words.
Meanwhile, words can be revealing beyond what their speaker may intend. UK leadership contender Rishi Sunak promises to call out and run an inquiry into “a particular group of people that are perpetuating these crimes and I think that’s wrong,” rather than stating clearly that the Muslim rape gangs are made up of Muslims of mostly Pakistani descent, and their victims are overwhelmingly non-Muslim girls.
The British authorities and media have persistently danced around the subject of how this dangerous Islamic supremacist ideology has been putting their population at risk: all too many adherents of this ideology view infidels as filth and women who do not cover up as “easy meat” who are fair game to be attacked.
And tell the believing women to lower their gaze and be modest, and to display of their adornment only what is apparent, and to draw their veils over their bosoms, and not to reveal their adornment except to their own husbands or fathers or husbands’ fathers, or their sons or their husbands’ sons, or their brothers or their brothers’ sons or sisters’ sons, or their women, or their slaves, or male attendants who lack desire, or children who know nothing of women’s nakedness. And do not let them stamp their feet so as to reveal what they hide of their adornment. And turn to Allah together, O believers, so that you may succeed. (Qur’an 24:31)
And what happens if a woman is not fully covered, except for her eyes?
O prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to draw their veils close around them. That will be better, so that they may be recognized and not molested. Allah is always forgiving, merciful. (Qur’an 33:59)
Despite the shocking news that “as many as one million white English children may have been the victims of Muslim rape gangs,” the media always referred to these criminals as “Asian sex gangs,” or simply as “grooming gangs,” so as to conceal the clash of civilizations problem in the Britain.
Former Home Secretary and parliament member Jack Straw once said, “There’s a particular problem involving Pakistani heritage men who target young, vulnerable, white English girls.” He also said these Pakistani heritage men view white English girls as “easy meat.”
Yet Sunak carefully avoided exactly what he promised to confront if he wins the leadership.
“PM Race: Sunak Claims He Would Establish Grooming Gangs Task Force,” by Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, August 7, 2022:
Tory leadership hopeful Rishi Sunak says rape gangs are still not being properly addressed because of political correctness, and that he would establish a task force to deal with the issue.
Pressed on the issue of so-called grooming gangs by fellow Tory politicians Esther McVey and Philip Davies on GB News, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer said that “[w]e all know the reason that people don’t focus on it, it’s because of political correctness.”
“They’re scared of calling out the fact that there’s a particular group of people that are perpetuating these crimes and I think that’s wrong,” he said — ironically proving his own point by himself by describing the perpetrators as “a particular group of people” rather than stating clearly that they are predominantly Muslims of South Asian, usually Pakistani heritage, and their victims predominantly white girls.
“A Conservative government should not be letting political correctness stand in the way of keeping people safe,” he went on, conceding that the rape gangs are “far more pervasive across the country than we all realise” and saying that, as Prime Minister, he would introduce a new life sentence “with very limited options for parole” for rape gang members, a National Crime Agency task force dedicated to investigating them, and a requirement that police prioritise groomers and record their ethnicity “which currently is not done, because people don’t want to do that”.
The Tories have claimed they would make the police record grooming gang members’ ethnicity without following through for a long time, however, with Home Secretary Priti Patel — the government minister responsible for policing — having promised to make it mandatory in January, for example.
Maggie Oliver, a Greater Manchester Police detective turned grooming gangs whistleblower, was unimpressed by Sunak “jumping on the bandwagon”, as she put it, describing his plan to deal with them as “a soundbite… more empty words that actually don’t convert into action.”….