BBC Silences Discussion Of Islamic Terrorism And Rape Of Young Girls - The truth is offensive. Mind boggling how degenerate this BBC host is. Absolutely nauseating!
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Oludotun "Dotun" Adebayo, is a Nigra from Lagos, in Nigeria. Adebayo interjected,with a Whitey twang, “And not to talk of homegrown terrorist Timothy McVeigh, Timothy McVeigh was not a Muslim?”
Acknowledging the Oklahoma City bombing by McVeigh, Girdusky replied, “Yes, 20 years ago we had an insane white man who was born and bred in America.
And since those 20 years though we’ve had dozens of attempted or successful terrorist attacks by Muslims, many of them who were not born in this country. So let’s take care of the problem of today, not the problem of 20 years ago. And, the problem of today is [that] a lot of times terrorist attacks are created by Muslims, whether you like it or not.”
“England has their own problems with Muslims, up in Northern England raping little white girls,” Girdusky argued.
“Oh come on Ryan, come on,” Adebayo said in an attempt to talk over Girdusky .
“That’s true, did that not happen?” Girdusky asked. “Did they not target little white girls?”
“Ryan, Ryan, Ryan, that is beneath you,” the BBC host replied.
“Did that not happen?” Girdusky asked.
“Actually no, that’s not true as you know,”Adebayo claimed.
“So Pakistanis did not rape white girls in Rotherham, England?” Girdusky replied.
“I’m not even going to engage in this conversation Ryan, it’s really
beneath me and beneath you as well,” Adebayo argued before ending the
interview adding, “I do apologize for anything [Girdusky] says that
might be offensive.”
According to The Telegraph, 1,400 girls were sexually abused over a
16-year time period by men of Pakistani heritage as part of a child
grooming ring in the town of Rotherham.
In the BBC article, the author writes, “Councillors and council staff
in particular were criticized for ‘avoiding public discussion’; some
through fear of being thought racist, and some through ‘wholesale
denial’ of the problem.”