During a debate in Toronto Mark Steyn delivered a withering assault against pro-mass immigration liberals who openly mocked the underage victims of gang rape by Muslim migrants in Europe.
Peter McLoughlin has written a book titled “Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal.” The book provides a detailed account of how the British media, law enforcement and government looked the other way while an estimated 1 million underage white girls were groomed, by gangs of Muslim men, for the pedophile sex trade over a period of 25 years.
This all happened because of the “sinister power of political correctness” because the victims “were mostly white schoolgirls” while their abusers were “almost entirely Muslims with darker skins. This meant the grooming gangs “could operate with impunity.
The pro-Muslim migration panel members further this political correctness, which Mark Steyn challenges:
What lead to this void in enforcing the law against pedophilia? The government and law enforcement ignoring:
- Gangs of Muslim men hanging around school gates in cars.
- Schoolgirls contacting police and social services and telling them that they had been abused.
- Parents contacting police and social services with their fears and accumulated evidence.
- Extended families of Muslim men being associated with the child abuse.
- Schoolgirls being abducted or going missing for days on end.
- Stories of men luring girls with gifts, then turning them into addicts.
- Families having to abandon their daughters to stop the daughter luring other relatives into the clutches of the gangs.
- Connections between the grooming gangs and drug dealers.
According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation:
Human sex trafficking is the most common form of modern-day slavery. Estimates place the number of its domestic and international victims in the millions, mostly females and children enslaved in the commercial sex industry for little or no money. The terms human trafficking and sex slavery usually conjure up images of young girls beaten and abused in faraway places, like Eastern Europe, Asia, or Africa. Actually, human sex trafficking and sex slavery happen locally in cities and towns, both large and small, throughout the United States, right in citizens’ backyards.
Appreciating the magnitude of the problem requires first understanding what the issue is and what it is not. Additionally, people must be able to identify the victim in common trafficking situations.
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Not only is human sex trafficking slavery but it is big business. It is the fastest-growing business of organized crime and the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The majority of sex trafficking is international, with victims taken from such places as South and Southeast Asia, the former Soviet Union, Central and South America, and other less developed areas and moved to more developed ones, including Asia, the Middle East, Western Europe, and North America.