Countless people are fans of multiculturalism. “Diversity is our strength,” and so forth. You will be “shocked, shocked,” to find out that multiculturalism is not necessarily a wonderful thing. And I am sure you will be equally shocked to find that those people who think multiculturalism is so wonderful are people who suppress the truth about the problems of multiculturalism. And you will be shocked also at the same time to discover that the fans of multiculturalism are people who don’t give a rat’s posterior about the physical or sexual safety of hundreds of thousands of English schoolgirls ages 11 to 16 approximately. Wait, you’re not shocked at all? Wow, you are hopelessly cynical.
You may have heard a truncated version of the sordid story. Bad things were going on in Rotherham, England. Muslim adult males were seducing English schoolgirls, and then selling them as prostitutes. This went on for a long time (decades, actually) before something was done about it. Rotherham had really messed up.
But that is only the propaganda version of what happened. Yes, Rotherham officialdom was horribly at fault. But that was only the tip of the iceberg. The same thing was happening in numerous towns. The Powers That Be would like us to think that horrible things happened basically only in Rotherham, and maybe a little bit here and there also. That is a lie. What happened in Rotherham was ubiquitous in England. The way Muslim men treated the girls is not a one-off oddity: it is part of the warp and the woof of Islam. That is shown clearly in the book Easy Meat.
I have just finished reading Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal, by Peter McLoughlin. This was the 2016 update on a book first published in 2014. I think this may be the most depressing book I have ever read, in my entire life. It is a very good book, and Mr. McLoughlin deserves enormous kudos for doing the research and for giving us the truth. But it is depressing because the facts that he recounts are so horrible.
Yes, it is horrible that countless thousands of young girls have been seduced, raped, prostituted. But the book gives us many other things that are horrible. Reality can be painful. I am going to list some facts that are painful and depressing. We may be tempted to think that this reality applies only to England. I think that would be a huge mistake. The problems are worldwide.
So here are some conclusions I drew after reading Easy Meat. I’ll try to keep them brief.
1/Everyone official failed these schoolgirls. That includes teachers, social services, police, politicians. Lots of people knew these things were going on, but they were much more afraid of being considered politically incorrect, than they were concerned about the welfare of the girls. So they just let things go on.
2/The media are a pack of lying liars. They covered up what happened because it exposed their politically correct multiculturalism as a lie about reality. They are still covering it up as best they can.
3/Political correctness is a moral failing–and a very large moral failing, at that.
4/The Christian church is conspicuous by its absence. It doesn’t appear that the church was involved in the cover-up. But neither was the church involved in exposing the lies of officialdom and in trying to rescue and protect the girls.
5/Parents were unable to protect their own children. Granted, when parents tried to raise a stink about what was going on, they met a stone wall of indifference from officialdom. But one might have hoped that parents could have done more.
6/Courage to tell the truth is in incredibly short supply.
7/Of all the religions in the world which have a belief in the supernatural, Islam is the worst religion of all. Muslims act with wickedness because their religion is foundationally wicked and encourages its practitioners to do bad things. Even those Muslims not involved in the seduction and rape of schoolgirls were very willing to protect the worst predators among their number. Now, it is possible that non-supernatural religions such as communism and Nazism are worse than Islam. That is a topic for discussion. But of supernatural religions, Islam is the worst in the history of the world.
8/A nation which encourages the entry of Muslims (other than as visitors for a brief period) is suicidal.
9/England is almost certainly finished as a nation. The moral rot is too great. A nation which refuses to protect its schoolgirls from seduction and rape is morally dead.
10/Multiculturalism is a lie. There is no such thing as the separation of religion and state. Muslims, curiously, understand that better than Christians or humanists. Muslims want sharia law. Christians want mushy thinking and “a place at the table.” Christians need to grow up. It is Christ or nothing. That does not mean we bully other people. It just means we need to let other people find their own level while at the same time we build our own small nations where we protect our children and tell monsters to go somewhere else.
11/The U.S. is not exempt from the problems England has encountered. We may think we are, but that is self-deception. Islam is dangerous wherever it gets strong enough to be dangerous. Courage to tell the truth is in short supply in this country just as it is in England. Our media is just as corrupt. We, like England, have shrugged at the murder of unborn children. Is it likely that we will protect our children any better than England has? Transgenderism, anyone? No, we are in as grave a danger of being finished as is England.
I will close with two quotes about Easy Meat from the back cover. The first is from the Englishman Paul Weston, chairman of Liberty GB.
“A non-Islamic society society which allows its young women and girls to be raped, beaten and treated as literal war-booty by Muslim males is a society teetering on the brink of irrelevance. A non-Islamic society which goes out of its way to suppress the truth behind the Islamic gang-rape scandal and which actively sides against the non-Muslim victims is a society on the brink of extinction.”
The second quote is from Theodore Dalrymple, another Englishman, and one of the leading essayists of our time:
“Those who think that political correctness is only a harmless absurdity perpetrated by intellectuals will soon be laughing on the other side of their face when they read this book.”
Both men have hit the nail on the head.
Easy Meat is a very important book. It is depressing, but we needed to know all this. I found myself underlining great swaths of the text. I could devote three or four more blog posts to just quoting significant passages from the book. But I have made it a goal to get done in just one segment. The topic is too painful to write about more, for me.
Easy Meat is not cheap. (It might be a good candidate for borrowing via interlibrary loan.) The best price I could find today was $18.53 (a paperback, shipping included, but sales tax extra) at AbeBooks. Read it at your own risk. You will find yourself grateful to the author . . . as you slip into depression. Are we really so suicidal as to desert our civilization to barbarians living the most despicable theistic religion in the world?
[I informed Mr. McLoughlin that I had reviewed his book, and asked him to tell me if I needed to correct anything. He responded on Dec. 27, 2020. The news is not encouraging–but it is what we could have expected. The cover-up continues. I appreciate his input. Part of his response is quoted below:
“I’ve not much to add to your summary of the book. Just a couple of points. When 1st edition came out 104/119 convictions were Muslims; when 2nd edition came out 170/191 were Muslims; currently it is 344/409 (there have been almost no prosecutions since the first lockdown). http://pmclauth.com/grooming-gang-statistics/gangs-jailed If you see the bold lines in the left column, those are the trials which received no national media attention. I predicted in Easy Meat that this was how they would square the circle — appear to give justice to those victims who insist on their rapists being prosecuted, whilst concealing from the public the true scale of the scandal. This pattern of prosecution-with-concealment was evident already in 2015. . . . [Carl’s ellipsis]
“The elite in UK put the immigrant population above the indigenous population. There is nothing else we can conclude. I don’t believe the truth will ever come out. And I believe that the reach of these grooming gangs will just extend. They know the authorities are complicit. Sadly most of the public has probably been deceived by the joint cover-up by courts/news media.”]