ALLAH’S LITTLE HELPER

A Biased BBC from Wales angrily writes..

“Suleman Arshad jailed for 16 months for sex related offences against a young girl “He had befriended “a naïve and shy” young woman” Regional paper report here.

Regional BBC website…… Nil.

They link other, lesser, stories about crime (inc 1700 ‘caught’ with no TV Licence)  from the Daily Post website though.”

All about priorities….

 

 

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43 Responses to ALLAH’S LITTLE HELPER

  1. Leftie-Loather says:

    “Regional BBC website…… Nil.”

    If there’s one thing that truly sickeningly biased Al-Beeb always absolutely excels at, it’s making peoples blood boil more and more..

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  2. RCE says:

    16 months?

    That’ll teach him.

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  3. Alex says:

    I’ve worked out the equation (and it didn’t take long): if a story involves Muslims in a negative light, then the BBC will either hide it on some obscure regional link, censor it or make ‘value judgements’ in order to sanitize it. And for all those apologists who come out with the crap that they can’t report the circumstances until the case is proven, I respond by asking them to explain why the BBC go to town on Catholic Priests and whites accused of racism/paedophilia before the judicial verdict. Inevitably, they fail to answer.
    The biggest evidence we have of BBC bias is its glaring Islamic groveling and censorship.

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  4. michael holloway says:

    They have not got my license tax.

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    • Bob says:

      Nor mine.

      Why does this site want to take full control of my Google account just to let me post a comment?

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  5. pounce_uk says:

    Nothing new from the bBC.
    Today they headline with this story about Christian South Sudan:
    South Sudan scraps border talks with Khartoum
    So reading that do you get the impression that Christians don’t want to make peace with Muslims during Ramadan.

    The bBC then reports:
    South Sudan has cancelled planned direct talks with its northern neighbour, Sudan, after accusing Khartoum of carrying out new air strikes on its territory.

    Accuses bBC, Here is how Australians are reading up on the above story:
    S. Sudan cancels Sudan talks after ‘air raid’

    How about the French (France 24)
    South Sudan cancels peace talks after ‘bombings’

    The Lebanese: (The Daily Star)
    S. Sudan cancels direct talks with Sudan after ‘air raid’

    The Dutch (Radio Netherlands)
    South Sudan accuses Sudan of new bomb attack

    How about Muslims themselves:(Al Arabiya)
    South Sudan cancels direct talks with Sudan after ‘air raid’

    Everybody it seems reports why the South Sudanese have cut off talks with their Northern Islamic neighbour. Everybody bar the bBC who somehow write up the article in which to blame the Christian victims of not wanting to smoke the pipe of peace with Muslims.

    The bBC the traitors in our Midst,/b>

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  6. pounce_uk says:

    Alex wrote:
    I’ve worked out the equation (and it didn’t take long): if a story involves Muslims in a negative light, then the BBC will either hide it on some obscure regional link, censor it or make ‘value judgements’ in order to sanitize it.

    You mean like this story the bBC isn’t mentioning:
    Teacher at Blackburn mosque used ‘torture positions’ on pupils
    A TEACHER at a Blackburn mosque has admitted using beatings and torture positions as a form of discipline on four pupils. Irfan Patel, 33, pleaded guilty to four counts of cruelty to a person under the age of 16 at Preston Crown Court yesterday. Using an Urdu translator to enter his plea, the teacher of several years, showed no emotion. The court heard Patel used physical violence to discipline the boys aged between 10 and 16 between January 1, 2011 and October 19, 2011. He used to strike the children around the back of the head and on the back with his fists during religious lessons at the mosque.The court also heard Patel, of Pelham Street, Blackburn, wore a ring which he used to inflict more pain.

    The assistant teacher also admitted forcing the children to adopt ‘awkward’ positions, including the chicken position, a well known torture tactic used in war zones.
    Other positions included forcing the boys to crouch down while holding their ears and standing for long periods of time touching their toes.Prosecutor Peter Horgan said: “This has been a particularly difficult case to present before the court. “It has been difficult to obtain witnesses and gaining parental consent.”

    He should have added as well as getting the bBC to report this story. But when somebody looks funny at a Paki, then its a human rights case.

    The bBC, the traitors in our midst

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    • Alex says:

      This is a terrible story and should be frontline news; could you imagine the thermonuclear blitzkrieg if this took place in a normal school? Disgusting! Just confirms that the BBC are not allowed to report anything that paints Muslims in a bad light.

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      • Dysgwr_Cymraeg says:

        Links dez?

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        • dez says:

          “Links dez?”
           
          What, for a story so huge it was reported by “The Lancashire Telegraph”, its weekly sister paper “The Blackburn Citizen”, and no where else.
           
          Obviously Sky News, The Times, The Telegraph, The Sun, The Express, The Daily Mail; are all part of a giant conspiracy never to report anything that paints Muslims in a bad light.

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      • johnnythefish says:

        So this guy has been a teacher for several years yet needs a translator? Have we gone stark staring mad?
        And why are kids in England being taught in a language other than English?

        Then we read of Shafilea Ahmed’s mother (alleged honour killing case) who has lived here for 27 years and needs…….. a translator. We just stick our arses in the air and wait to be shafted, time and again.

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        • dez says:

          “And why are kids in England being taught in a language other than English?”
           
          This guy was a teaching assistant in a mosque (presumably for the equivalent of Sunday School). But an interesting question none the less – and one I wish I’d asked my French teacher when she put me on detention.
           
          “Shafilea Ahmed’s mother… who has lived here for 27 years and needs…….. a translator.”
           
          She’s on trial for Murder – you think perhaps in a situation like that, even if you could speak good English, you might want to use your first language?

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          • RCE says:

            1. So your French teacher didn’t speak English and you were taught French in French were you, Dez? Was your school involved in some sort of UK trial of the Canadian immersion model?

            2. And you accept that even after they’ve lived in the UK for 27 years many immigrants still don’t have English as their first language because they refuse to integrate? Interesting.

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            • dez says:

              “So your French teacher didn’t speak English and you were taught French in French were you, Dez? Was your school involved in some sort of UK trial of the Canadian immersion model?”
               
              She spoke English but only spoke French in French lessons. it’s not so unusual.
               
              ” And you accept that even after they’ve lived in the UK for 27 years many immigrants still don’t have English as their first language…?”
               
              “First language” is the language people learn first. It’s got nothing to do with how well (or badly) you speak the language of the country you emigrated to.

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              • RCE says:

                1. If your French teacher spoke both English and French then why did you made the comparison with this guy?

                2. From wiki: ‘A first language (also native language, mother tongue, arterial language, or L1) is the language(s) a person has learned from birth[1] or within the critical period, or that a person speaks the best and so is often the basis for sociolinguistic identity.’ Thus, contrary to your assertion, it very much HAS got something to do with how well she speaks English and the answer to my second question above is ‘yes’.

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              • johnnythefish says:

                27 years in England and can’t speak enough English to make sense in court. Sounds like a typical Muslim ‘little wifie’ – you know, the sort who are imported to the tune of 12,000 a year to lead a life of total subservience.

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                • johnnythefish says:

                  Oh, and by the way, spot the difference between ‘being taught English’ and ‘being taught in English’ before you come it with your leftie moral equivalence bullshit..

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    • RCE says:

      Tut tut tut…

      If he’d spent more time listening to the BBC he’d realise that ‘torture doesn’t work’.

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  7. Jim Dandy says:

    Where does the story talk of ‘sex related offences’ ? The offence seems to be blackmail

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    • wallygreeninker says:

      So inveigling a young woman, against her will, into providing naked pictures of herself is not related to sex in anyway? It’s the usual story of a Muslim deceiving a non-Muslim girl whom he proceeds not just to treat badly but criminally badly.

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      • dez says:

        Interesting how someone jailed for blackmailing a young woman is translated by David Vance into sex related offences against a young girl.

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        • wallygreeninker says:

          In he body of the story occurs the line:
          “In a victim impact statement the girl told how she was scared of her parents’ reaction. Thankfully they had responded with understanding.”
          and the defendant is indirectly quoted as saying:
          “…, but said he regarded the victim as “a genuinely nice girl.” ”
          I suppose some trouble making troll might try and make an issue by quibbling about the exact meanings of words like young and girl but I’m surprised even a malice driven stalker is making a thing about this one. The use of naked pictures is clearly related to sex.

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          • dez says:

            “quibbling about the exact meanings of words ”
             
            I’m surprised you can’t see the implicit difference between “young woman” and “young girl”.
             
            Could you see much difference between “sexual offences” and “sex related offences” when you first read DV’s report?
             
            Suleman Arshad wasn’t jailed for any sort of “sexual” or “sex related” offence.
             
            He was jailed for blackmail.
             
            A story so huge it was reported by The Daily Post (North Wales news) and no where else.
             
            If you can’t see the way that DV has purposefully twisted this story to fit a “muslim pedophile” narrative then I really do despair.
             
            Not for the first time…

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            • wallygreeninker says:

              It’s part of the spectrum of Muslim male behaviour towards non-Muslim girls/women about which nobody warns the latter to expect as it would be wacist . In stead individual cases are allowed to languish in local newspapers or web pages and a more general national pattern is not given the chance to become apparent.
              Another, Muslim-related, example of this is the the Conservative MP for Dewsbury, Simon Reevell, pushing for something to be done about voter fraud in local constituencies. This is a widespread problem and a subject of national interest with the very legitimacy of democratic elections at stake – yet he only gets reported in the local papers – even when he brings the matter up in parliament.

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              • noggin says:

                “a muslim paedophile narrative”
                tsk tsk dez …
                where would anyone even start to get that idea eh!
                Mr Vance :-D seems you have an AWFUL LOT to answer for :-D
                thankfully though, only from dez/scott/scezz

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                • noggin says:

                  yikes! … your middle names not mohamhead, is it

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                • johnnythefish says:

                  His unequivocal defence of all things Muslim is getting just a little bit spooky, has to be said.

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                • dez says:

                  johnnythefish,
                   
                  Pointing out David Vance’s deliberate lies and deception isn’t defending “all things Muslim”; it’s “pointing out David Vance’s deliberate lies and deception
                   
                  Duh!
                   
                  Is that a too difficult concept for you to understand?

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              • dez says:

                “In stead individual cases are allowed to languish in local newspapers or web pages and a more general national pattern is not given the chance to become apparent.”
                 
                Here is the more general national pattern:
                 
                http://goo.gl/3otYu

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                • Alfie Pacino says:

                  So, by your diagram 82 percent of the population are responsible for 76 percent of sexual offences, whereby 6 percent are convicted of 8 percent of the total. One demographic is clearly out performing the other by a massive statistical margin, Dez
                  Do the maths, do the stats

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                • dez says:

                  Alfie,
                   
                  The total number of male Asians imprisoned for sex offences in 2007 was 456.
                   
                  http://goo.gl/RTCVA
                   
                  Even if you doubled that figure; it would still amount to a grand total of 0.02% of the Asian population.
                   
                  And from that, you and this blog seeks to judge the character of the other 99.98% of Asians living in the UK?
                   
                  Do the maths indeed.

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                • RCE says:

                  What is the provenance of that chart, Dez? We don’t want David Gregory to go all ‘Dunning Kruger’ on you.

                  And no-one here is talking about ethnicity; quite the opposite, in fact, as the point is frequently made that the term ‘Asian’ is a misnomer and is inherently racist against non-Muslim Asians.

                  That’s a lamentable effort, even for you.

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                • wallygreeninker says:

                  The accumulating number of incidents mean it can be reasonably surmised that in any town that contains a Muslim / Pakistani community the chances are extremely high, perhaps even a certainty, that some members of that community are street grooming teenage girls – usually particularly vulnerable one – who are non Muslims. In many ways this could have been predicted from what is known of Islamic doctrine about infidels and women. By reporting such incidents in dribs and drabs in holes and corners the media has made sure this is not immediately apparent. This could no be said of any other ethnic minority.

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          • NotaSheep says:

            Young? Was she older than 8?

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    • Guest Who says:

      ‘Where does the story talk..
      If default defending the BBC, it may be better to do so with a one-liner based on little more than ‘seems’, though to be fair it is pretty much how the corporation runs its news operation too.
      Try that with the BBC and you’d be expedited before George could pen an ‘Editors’ post on genetic impartiality and commitments to free speech.

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  8. Zemplar says:

    Hurrah! it’s Ramadan. As all B-BBC readers know, and as the muslim group responsible for the Bulgarian suicide bombing have just told us, “Ramadan is a month of holy war and death for Allah. It is a month for fighting the enemies of Allah and God’s messenger, the Jews and their American facilitators.” Hey, that’s us! Can’t wait, guys…

    This means the BBC elves will be working overtime producing moral and cultural relativist cover as the body count rises throughout the month. Will they be able to keep track in all their excitement??

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    • London Calling says:

      They will be jerking off with a copy of the BBC Charter in one hand, and, who knows what in the other. Whoops, they’ve come in their genes.

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  9. George R says:

    For INBBC:-

    “7/7 bomber’s widow put on world’s ‘most wanted’ list: Police find computer clues she was linked to Al Qaeda as new photos reveal her warped vanity”

    By BARBARA JONES and NICK CRAVEN

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2177035/7-7-bombers-widow-worlds-wanted-list-Police-clues-linked-Al-Qaeda-new-photos-reveal-warped-vanity.html#ixzz21Ki93m6k

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    • Leftie-Loather says:

      Yes, not a British export we’ll be wanting back. Which is just as well really, seen as some military drone’s missile has probably already got the traitorous bitches name on it!

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    • johnnythefish says:

      What, that insignificant regional rag the Daily Mail? No wonder it hasn’t attracted the attention of the mighty BBC.

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