Leftist BBC Slammed For Suggestion That Criticism Of Muslim Child Abuse Gangs Is Racist

The BBC, Britain’s state-funded broadcaster, is under fire for a tweet suggesting that expressing outrage over Muslim child rape gangs is racist.

Britain has been plagued by a number of controversies concerning Muslim child rape gangs in the past several years.

In one controversy, Rotherham officials were found to have covered up reports of abuse out of fear of being labelled racist. Victims were dismissed and shamed as a result.

The Sun quotes Jayne Senior, a British youth worker who blew the whistle on the scandal, as stating that officials all over Britain are taking similar approaches to other reports of Muslim rape gangs.

Despite Britain’s tumultuous record of defending Muslim rape gangs for fear of being called racist, the BBC thought it would be a good idea to tweet the following this morning.

Very quickly, outrage began pouring in.

To understand just how out of touch the BBC’s question is, check out the video below.

In it, then-LBC radio host Katie Hopkins speaks with a victim of the Rotherham sex scandal about how authorities told her to keep quiet about her abuse at the hands of Muslim men.

The left, and the outlets – like the BBC – that cater to them, fail to realize that pedophilia is quite literally a tenet of Islam.

It’s a well-known fact that the so-called-prophet Muhammad married a 6-year-old and consummated his marriage with her when she was 9.

If this is how the religion’s prophet acted and Britons strictly forbidden from criticizing said religion, is it any wonder so many grown Muslim men feel they can get away with child abuse?

See The Activist Mommy expand on this and shred Islam as a whole below.

Source:
The Sun

 

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