So what’s going to change in Rochdale and Greater Manchester generally?
The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, and the head of Rochdale Council, will be among those giving evidence to MPs investigating what could have been done to prevent the grooming of vulnerable children in Rochdale.
As we now know, last month nine men were jailed for their part in a child exploitation ring. Let us not forget they were nine Muslim men.
During their trial at Liverpool Crown Court it emerged they had plied the girls with fast food, drink and drugs so they could "pass them around" and use them for sex. We have to ask how and why these Muslim men came to have such a profound hatred and lack of respect for these young girls.
The gang, who are all from Pakistan except one man who is from Afghanistan, targeted exclusively white, or non-Muslim, girls.
One 13-year-old victim fell pregnant and had the child aborted. Another teenager recalled being raped by two men while she was so drunk she was vomiting over the side of the bed. Some of the girls were forced to have sex with several men in a day, several times a week.
It is clear that there is something extremely diseased about the minds and behaviour of these Muslim men. (One of whom one was classed as ‘a hard-working family man’ by a councillor.) Something must explain how so many Muslim men, from so many Muslim communities, came to treat young non-Muslim girls as little better than dirt. How did such Muslim men develop such a hatred for these non-Muslim girls? The answer, surely, lies in the fact that all these sexual criminals were all Muslim. Thus, at the heart of the problem is Islam. When the upholders of Islam find themselves in non-Muslim cultures and countries, this is what many Muslims do to not only the host nation, but also the host peoples - from young girls to students.
The Home Affairs Select Committee will hear evidence to learn lessons from the Rochdale case. But will they ‘learn lessons’? Specifically, will they take note of this community-abuse being a specifically Muslim phenomenon? They probably won’t because the religious beliefs and culture of the Muslim sex-abusers will be deemed as ‘irrelevant’ by these ‘investigators’. Why is that? They will say that this is because ‘sexual abuse and grooming occurs in all communities’. Thus they will have one arm tied behind their backs from the very beginning of the investigation.
This Rochdale case sparked protests from the EDL and other groups. Yet police investigating the Muslim gang's crimes denied that there was a "racial or cultural" issue. Really? Well that must simply be because they know nothing about Islam and the behaviour this religion engenders from its male upholders.
For example, following the verdict, Assistant Chief Constable Steve Heywood, of Greater Manchester Police, said:
"It is not a racial issue. This is about adults preying on vulnerable young children. It just happens that in this particular area and time the demographics were that these were Asian men."
The victims were all described by police to have come from "chaotic", "council estate" backgrounds. This is a red herring. It’s almost as if they are saying that because these young girls came from ‘council estates’, or children’s homes, then their abuse should not be a surprise. Yet the Islamic rape-jihad has also claimed many female university students, as well as people who did not come from ‘chaotic backgrounds’ (whatever that really means).
At the end of the trial a spokeswoman for CEOP said
"These cases do highlight that Asian males have been involved in an organised manner in exploiting young women.’
At the heart of this case is the fact that the police, along with the Independent Police Complainants Commission, refused to act on the evidence they had received about Muslim men grooming young girls. And it wasn’t because there was no evidence. It was because that evidence would have negatively affected the ‘community cohesion’ of the said areas. That is, if only Muslim culprits had been punished, the PC elite would have come down on the police and cried ‘racism’ or ‘Islamophobia’.
So the IPCC is currently investigating a series of mistakes by Greater Manchester Police and the CPS for failing to take the first victim seriously when she first reported the abuse. She carried on being targeted by the gang until December 2008 when she fell pregnant and moved away.