An Epidemic of Underage Sex-Slavery in Britain

On Thursday evening, Gavin Boby of the Law and Freedom Foundation appeared on Michael Coren’s TV program to talk about the epidemic of “grooming and pimping” — or, less euphemistically, the sexual slavery of children — in the UK:

Mr. Boby has launched an initiative called “Never Shall Be Slaves” that aims to help victims of Muslim sex-slavery gangs to sue the authorities for negligence:

The aim is to force Councils and Police Authorities to pay. This will lead negligent Council Officers and Police chiefs to get demoted and sidelined, and investigation of these crimes to be taken seriously. And force them to move from turning a blind eye, to actively investigating for such crimes.

This in turn should lead them to detect more of them, which will put further pressure on them to pursue such cases harder, and so on.

For more on Gavin Boby and the Law and Freedom Foundation, see the Law and Freedom Foundation Archives.

Hat tip: Vlad Tepes.

30 thoughts on “An Epidemic of Underage Sex-Slavery in Britain

  1. About time.
    The authorities have facilitated every rape, every kidnapping and every murder of British indigenes by Muslims, prosecuted or not.
    The betrayal of the people must bring a high price.

  2. Didn’t they already catch a couple of officials just wanting to legalize it?


    • I suppose rape and aggravated sexual battery, multiple counts, is a little offensive to the Sons of Allah.

  3. The sexual exploitation of young white girls predominently by Pakistani muslim men has been going on for 20 years or so to the knowledge of Local Authorities and the Police. These organisations are riddled with cultural marxism and anyone who questions this ideology is accused of gross misconduct and dismissed. I hope Gavin Boby makes them pay a high price for what they have done.

  4. What beggars belief is that in this so called ‘enlightened’ 21st Century, authorities who know this is going on turn a willing blind eye from it for whatever reason, while their own kind continue to be the victims to a barbaric culture that believes it has a right to do what it is they are doing.

    In this world of extremely fast information available at the touch of a button there can be no excuse for ignorance when it comes to the reality of Islam and its adherents, and so it must be concluded that any professed ignorance to what Islam has brought to every Western nation that Islam has settled in, is therefore wilfully acquired.

    As the first commenter has raised, the betrayal of their own kind by the authorities who have for years refused to act, must, out of the necessity for natural justice, figure large in the coming years.

    I wish Gavin Boby much success.

    • Nemesis, You have made a good point. I am not trying to excuse the Authorities’ turning a blind eye but,being a retired Local Government Officer, I can see why some of them have acted in the way they have. They did nothing for fear of being called racist. Now normally, you or I would simply shrug our shoulders at such a slur but in the UK public sector it is more serious. Racism is gross misconduct and gross misconduct is a dismissable offence and to be accused is to be guilty – ask Chris Knowles. If an officer is dismissed for gross misconduct, he/she automatically loses to their pension entitlement and is unlikely to get another job any time thereafter. The guilty parties, therefore, are not the rank and file officials who fear for their livelihoods but the cultural marxists in senior positions and their political masters who are in thrall to islam. Even if someone were brave enough to contest an accusation of racism, there is always the grievance mongering ethnic minority lobby to contend with. That is why people are just keeping their heads down and hoping things will get better. They won’t of course.

      • To be accused is to be guilty.
        Not a Western standard or tradition. Not my culture.
        Not my way.
        Now we need to say that out loud.

      • “Now normally, you or I would simply shrug our shoulders at such a slur but in the UK public sector it is more serious. ”

        Actually, the fear of being, or being called, a racist is quite prevalent throughout the West, and afflicts millions of ordinary people, not mere the “Elites”. This is, in fact, the #1 reason why the West remains myopic to the problem and danger of Muslims following their Islam (and what Muslims don’t follow their Islam, even if only by passively co-dependent enablement?).

        And it’s not merely a matter of “cultural Marxism” — but is more importantly due to a sea change in Western consciousness, and shift in sociocultural paradigm, that affects millions of ordinary people — many of whom are Conservative, or Centrist, or that under-appreciated but significant demographic, the Comfortably Apolitical Somewhat Passive Consumer. The PC MC that is dominant and mainstream throughout the West dominates the hearts and minds of millions of ordinary people as well as “Elites”, and the vast majority of them are not “cultural Marxists”.

        • “Actually, the fear of being, or being called, a racist is quite prevalent throughout the West, and afflicts millions of ordinary people, not mere the “Elites”. This is, in fact, the #1 reason why the West remains myopic to the problem and danger of Muslims following their Islam (and what Muslims don’t follow their Islam, even if only by passively co-dependent enablement?).”

          A perfect summation of the position.

    • Peter, I understand where you are coming from and the problems associated with being labelled a ‘racist’ which is now almost akin to a death sentence, albeit, still an occupational/economic one.

      But the labelling of any one who may hold a position of authority as being a ‘racist’ must also bring with it a burden of guilt that can either be ‘proven’ in a court of law or for what now passes as ‘justice’ in a ‘human rights’ commission pseudo-legalistic court that are heavily weighted in the accusers favor.

      In either venue the accused still gets to argue his/her case and there have been many cases where the accused has proven his/her innocence because their argument has been such that even the bigoted, self loathing Marxist riddled ‘judges’ of the courts systems cannot deny the truth of the accused’s testimony and defence if the act of ‘racism’ is in the accusers eye and documentary evidence for such acts are non-existent.

      For instance; if an employer was found to have a history of rejecting certain ethnicities from gaining employment, then that could be used as a history of racial discrimination (BTW I have always believed that if you pay the money you are also entitled to pick who you employ)

      So, unless the ‘racism’ can be proven as ‘systemic’, it is very difficult to uphold the accusation of ‘racism’ as having been done to, and based solely on one individual without suitable witnesses, media/documentary recording or a proven history of such discrimination.

      And I believe this is still the case in collectivist Britain, otherwise Gavin Boby would not be putting his efforts into doing what he is doing.

      I can well understand, but I can never condone the actions of individuals who in positions of authority cower to those they know are undermining, not just their own personal position, but the whole nation. That is the act of a coward and is in my playbook, indefensible.

      • Nemesis, again a good point but the justice system doesn’t happen to work like that any more. Look what happened to Chris Knowles. When he was dismissed by Leeds City Council because his views were inconsistent with that Council’s Marxist ideology, his trade union, Unison, refused to represent him because they were marxist too. Then, of course, there is the word “racism” itself. There is no universal definition as to what it means. It is one of a number of undefined terms formulated at the School of Social Research at the University of Frankfurt sometime between the mid 1920s and the mid 1930’s. It had no definition then because it was not intended that it should. You say that there is a burden of proof on the accuser and in legal terms you are correct but, how does an accuser justify something that has no definition? The truth is he/she does not have to any more and, as I said before, to be accused is to be guilty and the only defence is “I am not racist because…….” You have only to look at the number of crimes in the UK to which have been added the words”racially aggravated” to pander to the grievance mongering race industry. There is no defence against an accusation like that and it was never intended that there should be.

        • Peter, whatever is designed or put in place by humans can be re-designed or undone by other humans. I am not familiar with what happened to Knowles, maybe he just gave up and accepted his fate?

          And again I reiterate, that Gavin Boby realizes there is a way to take on the anti-white, anti-Christians and win. You just have to be smarter and be prepared to defend yourself.

          Britain may be a little further collectivized than Australia is, but that does not mean that those who control the theme cannot be thwarted at their own game.

          There is a way to counteract the non-term, ‘racist’ as applied to those who find themselves deflecting its deliberately intended stigmatic message, and that is by deflecting the intentioned stigma back onto the accuser.

          Ask the accuser what he/she believes racism to be. Most will not be able to tell you and will fumble for an answer, but there will be some who will follow through and it is those who need to be countered by the simple explanation that as all of humanity is part of the same race it is not possible to be racist, and it is not the color of the persons skin or their culture that you dislike, but their behaviour toward you, or toward others that places them apart from everybody else who may come into contact with them and who also find that kind of behaviour unacceptable.

          I’m sure that the obvious general behaviour of some cultures more than exposes their incompatibility within general society which is obvious to most.

          When one becomes labelled by any of the epithets the Collectivists readily hurl at those who refuse to join in their group think, then one must be ready with an alternative response other than the standard defense of ‘No, I’m not a ………..’ whatever the term implies, which only plays into the hands of those who control the narrative.

          We have to be smarter and more assertive in our defense, in order to win. And we will win!

          • Nemesis, You have made a good and reasoned response to my original post. Of course, I have always asked these people what they mean by the various non-defined terms they have used to me only to find they come up with another and another before calling me a fascist or right wing w*nker and storming off in high dudgeon. One is never really sure whether or not one has triumphed in such an encounter. I agree that we do have to be smarter and more assertive in our defense, in order to win, especially as the leftist arguments are rarely based on empiricism and are largely formulaic in construction. They are also very well rehearsed.

          • Peter, one more point. You state, ‘They are also very well rehearsed’.

            They’re like bloody parrots aren’t they!

            And that is precisely what is their undoing when confronted with the inanity of their position to which most cannot offer a reasoned or intelligent response.

  5. I think a quote from a contributor to this site says it best –
    “Islam has never done anything good in the U.K., ever.”
    A truer word has not been spoken.

    • I think you can add every other country in the world to your very short list.
      I wish Gavin the very best of luck with his venture, the more I read about him, the more I like him. However, it will be the tax payer who forks out. There really should be a way of removing the shield that these cockroaches hide behind. They should be held personally responsible for their crimes. If they have to have all their personal assets sequestrated and sold, good.

  6. We’ll know that the world is more just when success comes to those worthy of it and humiliation is piled upon that which is truly contemptible.

  7. There is a spiritual root to this Muslim child rape – remember, Mohammed had a child ‘ bride ‘.

    • To be accurate, the example of Mohammed’s Muslim child bride is less relevant here than the edict of Mohammed that unmarried and married Muslim men are considered chaste all the while taking and raping infidel sex slaves (even those with infidel husbands – and even in front of those infidel husbands – since the act of their being a Muslim-captured infidel abrogates their infidel marriage).

      “According to Qur’an 23:6, Qur’an 33:50, Qur’an 33:52, and Qur’an 70:30 a Muslim man is considered “chaste” so long as he only has sex with his wives (of whom he may have up to four) and his right-hand possessions (female captives/slaves). An unmarried Muslim man who has sex with his slave girl is still considered to be “chaste” by Islamic standards.[3]”

      The infidel girls exploited by Muslim rape gangs are simply war booty claimed by the winning side in the ever-raging Islamic war against the infidel.

      • And don’t forget Koran 65:1 and 4. The following is from James Arlandson’s article on the “Answering Islam” website:

        “65:1 O Prophet, when you (and the believers) divorce women, divorce them for their prescribed waiting-period and count the waiting-period accurately . . . 4 And if you are in doubt about those of your women who have despaired of menstruation, (you should know that) their waiting period is three months, and the same applies to those who have not menstruated as yet. As for pregnant women, their period ends when they have delivered their burden.”

        (from Maududi’s translation, in his tafsir (exegesis) of the Koran, The Meaning of the Qur’an, vol. 5, pp. 599 and 617, emphasis added)

        Maududi correctly interprets the plain meaning of verse 4:

        Therefore, making mention of the waiting-period for girls who have not yet menstruated, clearly proves that it is not only permissible to give away the girl at this age but it is permissible for the husband to consummate marriage with her. Now, obviously no Muslim has the right to forbid a thing which the Qur’an has held as permissible. (Maududi, vol. 5, p. 620, note 13, emphasis added)

        … Maududi also rebukes Muslims who deny that this verse is valid.

        * * *

        And who is Maududi, you might ask? Let’s let Ingrid Mattson tell us. Ingrid is a Canadian convert to Islam who held the position of President of the influential Islamic Society of North America (overseeing the USA in addition to Canada) and who teaches a course on the Koran in Connecticut as a required course for all prison and military (Muslim) chaplain candidates throughout the USA and Canada (she also, by the way, was featured as a speaker at both Obama Democratic Conventions for his Presidential campaigns).

        According to this fine article by Frank Gaffney —

        — A course taught by Dr. Mattson at the Hartford Seminary entitled “The Koran and Its Place in Muslim Life and Society” featured readings from texts by two …most revered figures: Syed Abul A’la Maududi and Sayyid Qutb. She has publicly credited the former with producing “probably the best work of [Koranic commentary] in English.”

        It only gets worse: Robert Spencer called our attention to a chilling (but what should be utterly unsurprising by now) quote by Maududi many years ago —

        “Islam wishes to destroy all states and governments anywhere on the face of the Earth which are opposed to the ideology and program of Islam regardless of the country or the nation which rules it. The purpose of Islam is to set up a state on the basis of its own ideology and program, regardless of which nation assumes the role of the standard bearer of Islam or the rule of which nation is undermined in the process of the establishment of an ideological Islamic State. … Islam does not intend to confine this revolution to a single State or a few countries; the aim of Islam is to bring about a universal revolution.”

    • Postergirl, you’re right. I’d missed the deeply spiritual aspects of this phenomenon. Obviously it’s a spirit as meanly ugly as Cinderella’s stepsisters and just as grasping and greedy.

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  9. Within a year to eighteen months I imagine the “britons”, “norwegians” and “french youths”of foreign jehads will be putting their heads together to come up with some full frontal assaults in the West. It all seems like a natural progression now.

  10. It is just a matter of time before the Law of Averages comes to play, sooner or later one of these cultural enrichers is going to run into the wrong father or family and then watch as the race and religious grievance theater comes out to claim victim status.


  12. In the video, Coren mentions a 500 page report by Boby about muslim rape gangs in the UK. Is it out yet/where can we get it? Anyone know?

    Impressed with Boby. Calm, rational, and using the law/established processes. Smart.

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