Protecting the vulnerable and exploited
Nick Griffin’s Constituency office received a letter from someone looking into sexual exploitation, with a particular view on Asian criminal gangs and Jamaican street gangs who wage war on the streets of Britain. This person is not of a ‘far right’ persuasion, but believes in justice.
Nick’s Constituency Outreach officer replied on his behalf with the following:
Thank you for your email regarding the Muslim grooming scandal. Nick Griffin and the British National Party have been working for many years to draw attention to the problem of predominantly Muslim paedophile gangs who prey particularly on young white girls. Following the conviction for child sexual exploitation of nine Muslim men at Liverpool Crown Court on 8th May, Mr Griffin immediately called for a public inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the grooming and sexual abuse of the young girls in Rochdale.
While he recognises, of course, that the majority of Muslims are appalled by the activities of grooming gangs, there is a clear association between the cultural traditions of Islam and an apparent disrespect for young white girls who display supposedly ‘decadent’ Western behaviour.
Research carried out in 2011 by Mr Griffin's North West European Parliamentary Constituency team showed that the authorities are in denial that any significant problem exists. It was clear from the responses to Freedom of Information requests received that the police, criminal justice agencies and child protection services are reluctant to tackle grooming by Muslim gangs because of its politically sensitive nature.
Fears of accusations of "racism" have fuelled a culture of silence and the consequent inaction of the authorities has left young victims exposed to continued abuse.
In Mr Griffin's view, it is absolutely scandalous that fears of being branded racist continue to prevent the police from protecting vulnerable children from sexual abuse and bringing the perpetrators to justice. He is committed, as a Member of the European Parliament and the Chairman of the British National Party, to continue his high-profile campaign until the problem of on-street grooming is fully recognised and effectively addressed.
For further information about the grooming scandal and the impact of gang culture on British society, please visit Nick Griffin's MEP website HERE and the British National Party website HERE.