Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal Book Review

The scandal of the Islamic child rape gangs in Britain is meticulously researched in the book by Peter McLaughin. A definitive work on the Islamic gangs in Britain that groomed and raped young girls for decades.

The story only gets worse as time goes on. The book shows social workers, teachers, police officers, Muslim groups, journalists, member of parliament, and others all knew about these grooming rape gangs for decades and they turned a blind eye. The Islamic rape gangs began in the 1980s with Sikh girls and moved onto white indigenous British girls between the ages of 11 and 14. McLauglin laments the rare instances of criminal prosecution with minimal sentences usually partially served.

British authorities have pushed multiculturalism; the falsehood that all cultures are equal and that to believe otherwise is to be a racist.   Under this fallacy, the British government introduced laws restricting speech followed by a Racial and Religious Hatred Bill with fines and imprisonment.  The fear of being called a racist and political correctness with legal repercussions (up to seven years in prison) was used to silence adults who should have been protecting these young girls, between 100,000 to 1 million girls lives have been shattered. Islamic pimps operated an organized network of taxi drivers, shop owners, restaurant owners, and security guards to prey on vulnerable young girls many from state-run homes for children.

McLouglin’s historical background shows the sexual grooming of children lies in Islamic doctrines, the slave history of Islam, rape as a weapon of war,
as well as doctrine from the Koran on non-Muslims.

There was a distinction between Muslim and non-Muslim pedophiles. Non-Muslim pedophiles are usually lone adults who groom and exploit children in secret.  Muslim pedophiles work in gangs that see themselves above the law with collusive support from their communities. They see nothing wrong with preying on young children, often blaming the young victim some as young as 11.  McLoughlin’s detailed critique of this scandal in Britain is shocking and shows that multiculturalism does not work.

Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal is available at Amazon.

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