UK: Former Labour MP says Left turning blind eye to Muslim rape gangs for fear of being called “racist”
Monday, September 04, 2017
This is obviously true. Even Champion herself apologized for stating
what is obvious fact. As the last jihadi knife blade slices through the
neck of the last Leftist in the UK, the victim will be consoling himself
with the last thought, “At least I was never a racist.” “‘Floppy’ Labour are turning a blind eye to sex grooming gangs for
fear of being called racist, claims sacked MP,” by Claire Ellicot, Daily Mail, September 2, 2017:
The Left is turning a blind eye to sex grooming gangs for fear of being branded racist, a sacked Labour MP has said. Sarah Champion was dismissed from the shadow front bench last month
for saying that Britain has a ‘problem’ with British Pakistani men
exploiting white girls.
In her first interview since then, the former shadow women and
equalities secretary said the ‘floppy left’ was failing vulnerable
children with its silence. In a newspaper piece last month, the MP said: ‘Britain has a problem
with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls.’ She quit her role after the piece caused an outcry among her Labour colleagues.
After her resignation Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – an MP in
Islington, north London – said his party would not ‘blame’ or ‘demonise
any particular group’. He accused the paper of inciting Islamophobia and stigmatising
‘entire communities’. But Labour was accused of stifling free speech….
She said a liberal fear of being branded racist was preventing those on the Left from speaking out. She said: ‘If I’m on the floppy left, to be accused of racism is
probably the worst thing you can call me. That fear will motivate me to
step away from a lot of topics I’d maybe tackle head on if I didn’t have
that phobia.’ Her constituency Rotherham was home to one of the most high-profile grooming scandals.
Miss Champion made her comments about ‘British Pakistani men’ in a
Sun column last month. She then resigned and made an apology for what
she called her ‘extremely poor choice of words’