31 août 2014

La terreur d'être traité de raciste

Le récent débat québécois à propos de la Charte de la laïcité a bien illustré le phénomène: toutes les personnes qui ont OSÉ prendre la parole en faveur de cette charte ont été qualifiés de RACISTES et de XÉNOPHOBES. Dans la mentalité du multiculturalisme, toute personne qui OSE critiquer une croyance ou une pratique propre à une communauté ethnique risque d'être diffamé, ostracisé et censuré. Regardez Jacques Parizeau qui est encore à ce jour vu comme un raciste intolérant pour avoir simplement dit quelque chose qui est essentiellement vrai (à un moment mal choisi, je vous l'accorde).

Cette tyrannie du multiculturalisme et de la tolérance-à-tout-prix a des conséquences sociales extrêmement néfastes et ce qui vient d'être révélé au Royaume-Uni tient carrément de l'horreur:

Fear of being branded racist and Islamophobic prevented British officials from prosecuting Muslim gangs engaged in the rape and sexual trafficking of children in the northern English town of Rotherham.

A scathing report recently issued by the Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council chronicles the systematic rape and sexual exploitation of children by gangs of Pakistani Muslims, and the abysmal failure of government officials to prosecute the guilty and protect the innocent.

The report, entitled “Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham (1997 – 2013)” documents the sexual abuse and exploitation of more than 1400 children over a 16 year period, mainly by Muslim men of Pakistani heritage.

Attempting to explain why local officials ignored and denied the ongoing abuse, Professor Alexis Jay, author of the report commissioned by the Rotherham Borough Council, said:

"Several councillors interviewed believed that by opening up these issues they could be ‘giving oxygen’ to racist perspectives that might in turn attract extremist political groups and threaten community cohesion."

About the victims, Jay notes:

"It is hard to describe the appalling nature of the abuse that child victims suffered. They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten, and intimidated."

The report indicates victims were often gang raped, while others were groomed and trafficked across northern England.

When children attempted to expose the abuse, they were threatened with guns, warned that their loved ones would be raped and, in one case, doused in petrol and told they would be burnt alive.




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