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About the Book "Easy Meat"
Image Inspecting New Arrivals by Rosati
Giulio Rosati (1858–1917)
Located in Images / Paintings of Islamic Slavery
Newspapers
Reports from newspapers on Muslim grooming gangs, with my comments to indicate what is new or significant about individual reports.
Image Odalisque with Slave - Ingres
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780–1867)
Located in Images / Paintings of Islamic Slavery
State wards being groomed for prostitution by paedophile gangs
It appears the Muslim grooming gangs are operating in Australia, using the same modus operendi as in the UK. Naturally, Australian media are ignoring the similarities with the UK, and no mention of how Islamic values could be the framework which makes this seem acceptable. Curious that when they mention a gang that is not Afghan they describe them as "Anglo" (clearly code for something other than just "white men").
Located in News Reports
Image The Deposed Favourite - Cormon
Fernand Cormon (1845–1924)
Located in Images / Paintings of Islamic Slavery
The Significance Of The Publication of "Easy Meat"
A summary of what's new in the 2016 version of "Easy Meat - Inside Britain's Grooming Gang Scandal" by Peter McLoughlin
Located in The Grooming Gang Book
The truth about Muslims and sex slavery - according to the Quran, rather than Isis or Islamophobes
The above headline at least admits the Koran has commands relating to sex slavery. The excerpt below is the core of the apologist's argument. Can you imagine a "respectable" "liberal" newspaper in the West giving space to anyone else other than a Muslim to justify slavery? The article completely ignores the 1400 years of slavery in Islam, ignores that there was not one Islamic anti-slavery movement, ignores that slavery was only made illegal in Islamic states under duress from the Christian Western countries. One of the tricks going on in this article is to ignore the history of Mohammed and the history of Islam, to focus only on the Koran and ignore the Hadiths. Many of the comments to this piece expose the contradictions and deceptions in the article. And many other comments are complaining that this "liberal" "independent" newspaper is deleting their comments which quote from the hadiths. The chapter on Islamic Cultural Values in my book exposes the claims of this news article for what they are: deceptive apologetics.
Located in News Reports
Image The White Slave - Nouÿ
Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouÿ (1842–1923)
Located in Images / Paintings of Islamic Slavery
This cancer in our communities: Muslim leaders join outcry over Asian grooming gangs
Note how the gangs are "Asian" but it is Muslim leaders who condemn them. Again, implying that the problem lies with Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists involved in the organised rape of schoolgirls. The media insist on this kind of hypocrisy. Islam is never put under the microscope, even when the gangs are more than 90% muslim, with "Mohammed" being the single most common name of those who are convicted for grooming crimes. Also note how in 2016 Keighley is said to be the worst place in the UK for this crime, yet those who raised the problem about that town in 2004 were silenced by accusations of "racism". Moreover, there is evidence to suggest the problem in Keighley goes back as far as the early 1990s. As explained in my book "Easy Meat", Rotherham is the designated scapegoat, even when Keighley/Bradford have never been subjected to the same kind of scrutiny. Yet Keighley is top of the list, and thus almost certainly the problems in West Yorkshire are worse than South Yorkshire! Also notes there are many towns being "plagued" by this "cancer". When the MP for Keighley approached the (Muslim) community leaders about this problem in 2003, they would do nothing about it. I suspect if it was not for EDL putting the grooming gangs on the national agenda, we would still be hearing nothing about them in the media.
Located in News Reports