In response to “Jill Kirby: How fear of allegations of racism prevents the police from protecting young girls and enforcing the law”, ET wrote:
It’s multiculturalism, don’t you know? It’s diversity. It is to be celebrated. So we have been told for years by the so-called caring and warm socialists.
I call it ghettoisation and bullying of decent right (i.e. correct) thinking people by left wing anarchist zealots, who actively want to destroy our society. The use of the labels ‘racist’, ‘offensive’ or anything else is being used to shut down debate.
It sickens me that the police, who happily raid celebrities’ homes under the full glare of the BBC (which tells us all what a joy it is to live in a multiracial, multicultural society), to investigate a single allegation of abuse many years ago, are seemingly unable to see that abuse of young girls, who by law are deemed to young to consent, by men is a crime merely because those men happen to be of non-white skin colour. Even where DNA was collected they were unable to prosecute. So what if the girls were “tarts” and “slags”, the law says that they cannot consent and to have sex with them is a crime. All else goes to sentencing not to guilt.
Meanwhile the BBC broadcast a program this week, File on Four the Hidden Taboo, which suggested that there was a cultural acceptance within the south asian (i.e. Pakistani) “community” of sexual abuse of young people by adults. To report it brings shame on “the community” and therefore anyone who does report it is cast out. The police do not tread without first consulting the leaders of “the community”. I venture to suggest that if a white (obviously English) male were to be accused of such a crime the police would not feel it necessary to seek out a leader of “the community” to ask what to do and how to go about investigating it. They would proceed, quite correctly, to see it as a crime and to investigate it. At no point did the reporter put it to the community leaders, who were interviewed, that sexual activity with young people was always wrong and that there could be no excuse or acceptance of it.
This is what celebrating diverse cultures has brought us to. We end up being unable to say that what appears to be acceptable in another culture is wrong. Rape of young pubescent girls, however “slutty” or “willing” or “bad” the may appear to be, is always wrong. It is not difficult to say so. Saying so does not make one a racist or any other kind of “-ist”.
Allowing a group to call itself a separate community merely provides a shield for unacceptable behaviour and practices, which are defended by alleging that the complainant does not understand or is prejudiced, i.e. by suggesting that the fault is all on the part of the beholder. Beam mote eye!
We should not recognise any separate community. There is only one community and it is made up of all of us. We should all ascribe to the same values. It is time to recognise that multiculturalism is a failed and dangerous doctrine. By all means allow people to come from foreign countries and to settle here, but insist that if they chose to do so they also sign up to our laws and values and fit in. If they do not want to fit in, then they should travel to and reside in a place that is more congenial to their views. Or does that make me a racist? Frankly, I am fed up of being told that I must have respect of foreign cultures when there is simultaneously no respect shown for or allowance made for my culture.