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The following essay by El Inglés is the second of a three-part report on the Pakistanis (previously: Part 1). It is being posted this week to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the publication of Surrender, Genocide… or What?, which caused the ejection of Gates of Vienna from Pajamas Media. For more on the memorable events of 2008, see this post.
Against the Murdering, Thieving Hordes of Pakistanis
by El Inglés
Women and Girls — UK
To illustrate the broad psychic continuity that exists between Pakistanis in Pakistan and the Pakistani diaspora in the UK with respect to attitudes towards the gentler sex, we turn, of course, to the mass, systematic rape, enslavement, and torture of white British girls at the hands of Pakistani filth over recent decades in Britain.
It is not possible for us to identify the extent to which this phenomenon has exact parallels in Pakistan itself. For reasons that should be obvious by now, Pakistanis are not very forthcoming about such matters, and the radically different way in which girls and women are able to freely move around doubtless reduces the opportunities for Pakistani men in Pakistan itself to attack and deprave Pakistani girls in this fashion. Nonetheless, we will have more to say on this subject later on.
Returning to this phenomenon as it exists in the UK, we must first say that, for a considerable stretch of time, we closely followed developments on this most depressing of themes with a growing sense of horror. At times, this sense of horror threatened to overwhelm us. Detailed investigation of the current state of play would inflict on us a mental burden that we are not prepared to bear.
For this reason, those readers who wish to further acquaint themselves with our beliefs on and analysis of this matter are invited to refer to our earlier document A Consideration of Muslim Crime in the UK. (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4). Those who wish to read more broadly on the subject will find an abundance of material online, including the excellent and far more up-to-date work Easy Meat, by Peter McLoughlin. Suffice it to say that the adult male Pakistani population of the UK seems to have spent the last three decades treating white British girls little better than ISIS treats captured Yazidi girls in Iraq. The joys of multiculturalism, reader!
Rather than retread old ground, let us adopt a new line of analysis to drive home the general point. It is often suggested that Pakistanis engage in the mass, systematic rape, enslavement and torture of white British girls because of a racial and/or religious hatred for the white infidels. We are not at all sure that this is true. A truly pestilential people must be a pestilence upon itself, eating its own intestines with gay abandon. And indeed, evidence has come to light that the extent to which Pakistanis prey on their own girls was being radically understated.
The Guardian newspaper, not conspicuously interested in the mass, systematic rape, enslavement, and torture of white British girls while it was being exposed by The Times, displayed a change of policy once it became clear that the problem was very real and very widespread. Desperate to defuse the angle suggesting that this epidemic of sexual abuse was somehow racially motivated, it started to suggest the possibility that the Pakis preyed on their own just as voraciously as they did on ours.
A little more reflection on the part of the editors of The Guardian would doubtless have made it clear to them that their claims, if true, would in fact establish that the Pakistanis were more of a pestilence than had previously been understood, not less of a pestilence. Nonetheless, in pursuit of this rather odd end, they did present us with a very interesting article, for which we thank them.
On August 29th, 2014, The Guardian published a piece by one Ruzwana Bashir, which readers are encouraged to read in its entirety. It laid out in detail her own experience of having been raped and sexually assaulted growing up in Skipton, in Yorkshire. What stands out more than the details of the sexual abuse itself is the response of the small Pakistani community in which she lived.
Bashir explains that, at the age of 10, she was sexually assaulted by a (Pakistani) neighbour. Many years later, she summoned up the courage (for which we commend her) to return to Skipton and testify against the man who had preyed on her as a child. Bashir writes:
When I first told my mother about the abuse I’d suffered, she was absolutely devastated. The root of her anger was clear: I was heaping unbound shame on to my family by trying to bring the perpetrator to justice. In trying to stop him from exploiting more children, I was ensuring my parents and my siblings would be ostracised. She begged me not to go to the police station.
Having laid out the horrors to which she was exposed by her Pakistani rapist and the warped cultural norms of the Pakistanis more broadly, she then, however, unaccountably jumps the shark by making the following eye-opening claim:
The Asian [i.e. Pakistani] community isn’t unique in having evil-doers, and the overwhelming majority of its men and women are good people who care about protecting others.
Having made it abundantly clear that the entire Pakistani community in which she lived despised and condemned those who came forward to testify, Bashir beclowns herself with her contradictory claim that the overwhelming majority of the Asian (i.e. Pakistani) community are ‘good people.’ Just not in Skipton, apparently, where they are, to a man, evil scumbags.
Is Skipton a magnet for evil Pakistanis? Why do no members of the great galactic ocean of good Pakistanis seem to have settled there? If one flips a coin a hundred times in a row and it comes up heads every time, an enquiring mind will consider the possibility that it has a head on both sides. If you pick a Pakistani out of a hat several hundred times and get an evil scumbag every single time, an enquiring mind will draw its own conclusions.
Though blessed with wonderful green eyes, Ruzwana is clearly not blessed with an enquiring mind. No sooner had she established the consistently low moral character of the Skipton Pakistani community than she started adding to the endless sea of politically correct white noise we are exposed to every time the nature of these people threatens to push through into the public consciousness.
We will not criticize Ms. Bashir any further here. She obviously suffered horribly at the hands of her abuser and her community, and she does have the most wonderful eyes. For our own part, we consider it highly probable that the Pakistanis do in fact prey on their own every bit as avidly as they prey on everybody else. The Guardian may very well have been correct in this regard. It would, after all, explain a great deal. Indeed, it would lead us to a great epiphany.
We still remember our own moment of epiphany, when everything slotted into place. Here, we refer to the apparent outrageous overprotection of females in the Pakistani community, under which, it seems, they are to be chaperoned everywhere by male relatives at all times. Though it is tempting to see this apparent overprotection of females in the Pakistani as the outward manifestation of a peculiar patriarchal outlook, our moment of epiphany flipped this perception on its head and laid the truth bare.
Pakistanis insist on being so protective of their young women precisely because their behavioural norms are predicated on being in close proximity to large numbers of other Pakistanis, whether in Pakistan or in the UK. This necessitates constant vigilance to ensure that one’s young women are not depraved the instant they are out of sight.
Pakistanis know very well how they treat unprotected young women. The most damning evidence against them with respect to the sexual abuse scandals of the last several years in Britain is their own hyper-vigilance with respect to their girls and women. Pakistanis know themselves. They know what they are like. They know what they do to unprotected girls and women. Of course they endeavour to make sure their own female family members are accompanied.
One realizes that those British populations living in close proximity to areas of severe Pakistani infestation must, in this regard, gradually be being Pakified. The horror of it! I had the good fortune to grow up in the rural UK, where, as children, we roamed free without the slightest concern as to the possibility of being attacked or preyed upon by anybody. In the Britain of today, vast numbers of young children are exposed to every horror the ever-expanding horde of Pakistani jabberwocks can visit on them. The state takes twenty years to respond, if it responds at all.
No, if I had both a daughter and the misfortune to live in proximity to Pakistanis, I would never let her out of my sight unless I knew she was with male relatives who could and would protect her against marauding Pakistani filth. Which is to say, I would start to act like a Paki myself, at least in this regard. How else could one behave when surrounded by Pakistanis?
For our own part, we consider it highly probable that an outright majority of the adult male Pakistani population of the United Kingdom has actively participated in some fashion in the mass, systematic rape, enslavement and torture of white British girls. There are, of course, those who would object to this claim about the Pakistani population of the UK. How outrageous to suggest that so very many Pakistani men have raped, enslaved, and tortured white British girls! But a brief glance at the behaviour of apologists for the Pakistanis will make it clear that their outrage is misdirected.