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The Ministry of Truth on the Muslim Rape Gangs
BBC went from claiming it was racist to talk about Muslim grooming gangs to admitting the UK has a national epidemic.
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Three Girls: Maggie Oliver says known paedophiles are still abusing girls and authorities are 'more interested in covering up mistakes'
The national media & government are part of the cover-up. Even when the convictions & court cases prove the scale of the nationwide problem, there is a conspiracy of silence on discussing it. http://www.pmclauth.com/sentenced/Grooming-Gang-Statistics/Gangs-Jailed?widget=BASIC&start=1&limit=1000
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The BBC’s shameful silence on the Telford sex scandal
As I showed in Easy Meat, the BBC worked hand-in-hand with PM Cameron before the 2015 general election to pretend that the next Conservative government would introduced laws where the complicit police and social workers would be prosecuted. Of course, no such law was introduced when they won the election. The BBC is just the government's mouthpiece and is silent when it cannot spin the truth to benefit the uniparty that wins every UK election.
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Oxford men guilty of sexual exploitation 'on a massive scale'
They are not "Oxford men" - they are Muslim men. Note how one victim was made to have sex with their "uncles" - entire communities of Muslims across the UK have been involved in or have covered-up these systematic rapes of schoolgirls. Remember this: when C4 1st made a (short) documentary about these rape gangs in Bradford in 2004, by describing the documentary of a rival as "racist" the BBC set the tone for the following decade of universal cover-up. By 2004 there was public evidence these gangs had already been operating for 30 years. With its national network, funded by a tax on the entire population, the BBC had the means to expose these gangs in the 1970s. Instead, the BBC helped cover up for this industrial-scale rape for the best part of 40 years.
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