I know we have covered this several times this week but I am coming back to it because the BBC keep coming back to it, so excuse me if you think I am repetitive. I refer, of course, to the deliberate and sustained sanitisation of the British Pakistani Muslim gang that preyed on young white girls. The panellists on BBC Question Time on Thursday night focused on the young girls themselves, bemoaning their lack of values, their parents lack of control etc. The fact that the gang that preyed on them were ALL Muslim seemed to have no relevance whatsoever and so it has been ever since. (Culture was not responsible, we were told, how about religion then?)
This morning, on Today @8.33am the BBC had the usual “balanced debate” between Shiban Akbar, of Bangladeshi origin speaking for the Muslim Council of Britain and Alyas Karmini, an imam in Bradford. Quite stunning.
The meme is clear; Criticising Islam is forbidden and if gangs of Muslim rapists and sexual groomers roam the country preying on young white girls, well – it’s really OUR fault. Same with female genital mutilation – the BBC is determined to suggest this is a multicultural issue and can’t be laid at the door of the Religion of Peace.
I tend to agree – after all, we allowed our borders to be opened and this savage culture introduced with relative impunity. I just wish the State Broadcaster didn’t facilitate it, do you?