Bizarre Third World practices — including forced marriages of nine-year-olds and honour killings — are on the rise in Britain as the Third World colonisation of the country continues.
Newly released statistics show that more than 2,000 young female children went missing from school last year in areas identified as “high risk” by the Foreign Office’s Forced Marriage Unit. “High risk” is politically correct newspeak for Muslim.
The figure shows a dramatic increase over the previously released statistics which showed that in the first nine months of 2008, the Foreign Office’s Forced Marriage Unit handled more than 1,300 cases — about half of these involving minors.
Every year in the UK, about 13 women are victims of honour killings, occurring within Asian and Middle Eastern families. Police have complained that the cases can often not be resolved due to the “unwillingness of family, relatives and communities to testify.”
In 2003 the Metropolitan Police set up a strategic task force to tackle the issue. A specialist unit was given the task of researching honour crimes and 100 murder files spanning the last decade were re-opened in an effort to find common links.
A 2006 BBC poll for the Asian network in the UK found that 1 in 10 of the 500 young Asians polled said that they could condone the murder of someone who dishonoured their family.
Government estimates that two-thirds of forced marriages of ?British’ nationals are linked to Pakistan, and many of them involve poor families in remote rural areas. Last year, the British High Commission Assistance Unit in Islamabad dealt with 131 cases of forced marriage, up from 85 the previous year.
Jasvinder Sanghera, founder of the Karma Nirvana charity which aims to help victims of forced marriages, inadvertently highlighted the cause of the problem when discussing the issue in a recent newspaper.
Ms Sanghera pointed out that the immigrants are actually bringing their culture to Britain, even though the victims might be second or third generation British-born. This is how colonisation works: outsiders bring their culture with them and make it the norm in the regions they occupy.
“These young girls are very isolated, they only know the environment they’ve been brought up in, they’ve been conditioned — groomed almost — to only know this way of life,” Ms Sanghera said.
“In many cases, they are kept prisoner in their own homes before being flown abroad and forced to marry. Their partners have been chosen for them and that process starts from eight-years-old.”
Campaigners also fear these figures only reveal the tip of the iceberg as forced marriage is so under-reported.
But Ms Sanghera warns that underage girls at risk of kidnap, rape and violence rarely get the support they need. “Often this is because schools are reluctant to intervene for fear of being accused of racism,” she added.
While the likes of Gary Glitter are being relentlessly persued to the ends of the Earth for their nefarious deeds involving underage sex, a whole section of our society is being allowed to continue such practices not just with impunity but it seems with the tacit approval of government on the mere basis that it is 'their culture'. Meanwhile people commit suicide, lives and families wrecked and innocent people suffer ignominy and social ostracism and others justifiably go to prison at the mere mention of the word pedophile, our muslim enricher's face no such consequences or legal sanctions.
Finally, without wandering to far from the subject, does this not stand in stark contrast to the examples we have recently witnessed where our own people are arrested, tortured and prosecuted for following and celebrating their own perfectly lawful cultural and traditional activities?. We live in perilous times, particularly when the establishment regards being a member of the BNP to be more heinous even than raping helpless little girls. The only antidote for this is the gallows, not only for those that commit such atrocities but also for those in authority who allow them to happen and choose to do nothing to prevent it.