We all know that Britain has a serious grooming gangs problem, involving gangs of mainly Pakistani men grooming, raping, and pimping underage or teenage English girls.
We also know that the British authorities are terrified that news of this will destroy the “sacred” myth of multicultural harmony, with English people finally getting so enraged by this evil that even uneasy coexistence will be an impossibility.
From this it is easy to deduce exactly what the British authorities will attempt to do in grooming gang cases. Namely they will try to stop the abuse happening as quietly as possible, with the emphasis squarely on “as quietly as possible.” In short, they are more interested in covering things up or damage limitation than in dealing with the real problem — although they probably want to do that as well.
The ongoing case of Ellie Williams in the Northern English and Labour-run town of Barrow-in-Furness suggests this is exactly what is happening. Here there has been a long investigation into allegations of grooming and rape gangs that basically went nowhere, with a compliant media playing along. As an additional safeguard, one of the alleged victims, Ellie Williams, was muted by counter accusations of making false allegations. So much for #BelieveAllWomen when the victim is a working-class White girl and the alleged criminals are Muslim men.
Here is the Guardian being forced to report on this case after public disturbances broke out in the town:
An MP has appealed for calm after protests in a Cumbrian town in support of a teenager accused of lying about being raped by a grooming gang.
A harrowing Facebook post in the name of a 19-year-old from Barrow-in-Furness went viral last week, alleging she had been trafficked for sex across the north of England for years.
The post said the latest assault had taken place last Tuesday, in which the woman was allegedly raped by three men and beaten as a punishment for not attending their “parties” during the coronavirus lockdown.
Two days later she was in court being remanded in custody. She was sent to jail to await trial after Barrow magistrates found she had broken bail conditions imposed after she was charged with perverting the course of justice earlier this year.
She is accused of making false allegations about five men and falsifying evidence about rape and sexual assault between October 2017 and October 2019. […]
Det Ch Supt Dean Holden of Cumbria police insisted in a video message last week that officers had conducted a year-long investigation alongside the National Crime Agency and found no evidence of sex grooming gangs in Barrow.
The officer’s remarks fell on deaf ears as graphic photographs purporting to show the woman’s injuries were widely shared online as supporters demanded action.
What we can reasonably deduce from this is that the police investigated the allegations of a grooming gang in the town but could not — or would not — find enough “hard evidence” to follow through.
This is probably because it’s a pretty normal part of life in the UK now for teenage White girls to be pimped out by Muslim gangs. The assumption is that the girls are willing participants, unless clear evidence exists to the contrary.
There is indeed an element of willingness in crimes like this, with the victims — usually children from poor or broken homes — being lured in by initially friendly male attention, presents, drink, drugs, etc. This is why they are called “grooming gangs” instead of just “rape gangs,” which they also are. But this voluntary element is also intermixed with increasing amounts of violence, abuse, intimidation, and outright degradation as the girls fall deeper into the traps created by these gangs.
In this case, Ellie Williams appears to have rebelled against the system. She was clearly extremely unhappy with the police’s inability to make progress in their “investigation” and with their apparent heavy-handed attempts to shut her up, especially as, she claims, the gang continued to abuse her. This led her to make a post on social media about her unhappy situation that went viral, and which therefore breached the conditions that required her silence in the case.
Her post included convincing photos of the injuries she had suffered at the hands of the gang and explained that she had been attempting to use the coronavirus lockdown to distance herself from them, but that they had responded by increased violence and abuse:
“I think this is the hardest post Im ever going to write” Williams wrote on Facebook on the 19th of May. “Last night I went missing as some of you may be aware as Lucy shared it. Sorry for concerning people I’m safe now. I didn’t want to share this because I’m scared of the judgement that will come with it, it’s why I keep quite about what has happened to me, but people have asked me to tell my story. When people have asked why I have had a black eye or bruises I’ve made every excuse, from falling over to banging it on a door. I didn’t want to share this but people need to know about this local and very real issue. People need to be looking out for young girls and protecting them. If me sharing my story helps raise awareness and helps just one person then it will make this worth while.
Yesterday I was put into the back of a car, taken to an address to have sex with 3 Asian men. Afterwards I was beaten because I was in debt to these men for not attending “party’s” for over 7 weeks due to crona virus. The organisers of the party decided to beat me to teach me a lesson. They decided that I don’t learn from being battered as I’ve received beatings before but “still continuing to make the same mistakes” so they decided to try and cut my finger off! They then continued screaming in my face, waving a knife around saying they would kill me.
These are evil yet clever men. They know how to manipulate, convince and threaten girls into staying, when they can’t they use extreme violence! I used to believe that these people loved me, I realise now that they used me for their own gain and profit. They have beaten me on multiple occasions sometimes for no reason at all. They have given me drugs to the point I was nearly addicted to herion! They have stripped me naked, beaten me and dumped me in the middle of nowhere with nothing, I mean nothing, no money, phone, ID, clothes, shoes, nothing! They did this once in winter we’re I got found with bad hypothermia. They have broken my ribs, many bones in my face, they have split my ear, cut my throat, attempted to cut my boobs and nipples off, they have carved words into my body, branded me with letters, they have dislocated my elbow, they have stabbed me, they have burnt me and used me as an ashtray to stump cigarettes out, they have beaten me black. I have had a bleed on the brain from a head injury, I have lost some vision in one of my eyes from being smacked so badly. Now I have had my finger cut. They have put lit petrol rags and threatening letters thru my letter box, they have followed me home, tried to drown me, strangled me and they have stalked me. They have had guns they have waved around and held to my head. They have abused me in every way possible. They have emotionally abused me calling me every name. It got to the point we’re I was being abused all the time and being hit and hurt weekly! I am incredibly lucky not to be dead already! I thought the only way I could escape this life was to marry one of them, get pregnant or kill myself.
I used to just laugh these situations off, pretend like I was invisible and I would always be okay There’s only so long you can pretend everything is alright before you break. I did break and tried to kill myself to escape. I lost all my self respect and I didnt actually care if I was killed because at least then all of this would be over. I know now that this has gone to far and everything is not okay. I have scares across my body that won’t go away but even worse I have memories that won’t disappear that I can’t forget!
This has been years of me being trafficked to places across Manchester, Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. Mostly Leeds, Huddersfield, Oldham, Preston, Blackpool, Lancaster and Morcombe. I have also been to other places as well as attending “party’s” locally in Barrow. This is to have sex with Asian men with me receiving nothing for it. I am not the only girl in barrow who has gone thru this or is going thru this. I know plenty of girls involved…
She clearly hoped that her post would reinvigorate the year-long investigation mentioned by the Guardian, and even advised other victims to contact the police:
I want to encourage any other girl to go to the police and speak and also remind them that this isn’t a normal life. I hope me sharing this means that people can notice signs. If anyone suspects a girl to be involved, report it to teachers, social services, child line, police, parents. Parents gain trust with your children so they won’t be afraid to tell you things, so they don’t hide things, so they don’t become secretive! Don’t cause unnesassary drama which will push them away from you but closer to there abusers.
The authorities’ panicked response, however, was to rush her to court and remand her in custody, awaiting trial for “perverting the course of justice.”
The legal rationale for this kind of action is that media coverage of a case before a trial will somehow prejudice potential jurors and make them incapable of processing evidence and testimony.
This is patently absurd. Instead this weasel-worded phrase is just a modern British euphemism for “We don’t want you to talk publicly about this delicate case until we make it go away,” and is constantly deployed to prop up Britain’s dysfunctional multicultural state. The compliant British media, as ever, is happy to go along with this, and only ever comments on cases like this when they are forced to.
The public reaction in this instance is heartening. There have been online campaigns, fund-raising drives, and somewhat rowdy public protests.
This suggests that each time the authorities try to make cases like this “go away,” they travel less and less, and soon return. The irresistible force of the establishment’s desire to protect the myth of multicultural Britain may be about to meet the immovable object of pent-up White working-class rage.