A popular British newspaper, the Metro, which is distributed for free on Britain’s transport networks, has apparently taken an editorial decision to normalise the raping of children.
Instead of referring to adult males fucking children as what it is — actual rape — the newspaper, which has a circulation of nearly 1.5 million copies, has started to describe child rape using terms like “have sex” and “fall for,” which makes it sound almost romantic.
Under a headline that reads GIRL HAD SEX WITH 100 MEN BEFORE SHE WAS 16, the article in the Metro tries to remove any sense of outrage by (1) using neutral terms to describe child rape, (2) undermining other unavoidable negative terms through using quotation marks, and (3) referring to the victim’s “feelings” for her rapists:
A young girl was ‘passed around’ and had sex with 100 men by the time she was 16, jurors in a child sex abuse trial were told. The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said her phone number was passed around and men would then ‘demand’ to meet her. Sheffield Crown Court heard that she fell pregnant at the age of 14 and said she felt her childhood had been ‘snatched away.’
The girl claims the abuse she suffered between 1998 and 2001 began when she was just 13 years old. Her harrowing account was given in a video interview played at the trial of eight Asian men accused of sexual abuse of five girls over a five-year period from 1998 to 2003.
Sheffield Crown Court, South Yorkshire, heard on Friday September 7th how her number would be passed around between the men – with others then ‘demanding’ to meet her. She said: ‘I can honestly say that by the age of 16 I had slept with 100 Asian men – some I didn’t see again. ‘The ones who come and use you for one time are the ones who are hard to remember…
The victim described how she initially disliked Ali Akhtar, of Rotherham. However she eventually ‘fell’ for the delivery driver when he made her feel special by visiting her ‘every day’ after he finished his shift in the early hours of the morning, the jury heard. She said she fell pregnant with his son at the age of 14 and gave birth to him when she was 15. The victim claimed sexual activity with Ali Akhtar continued throughout pregnancy.
The fact that this kind of language is being used to normalise child rape should not be surprising. It is already well known that the British media and political establishment does all it can to normalise and downplay terrorist attacks. Indeed the BBC and other organisations have clearly been using a common set of guidelines in order to do this, and minimise the political damage to multiculturalism caused by terrorist incidents.
Muslim mayor of London Sadiq Khan: “Terrorism is just part and parcel of living in a big city, LOL.”
It is now becoming increasingly clear that something similar is going on with reports on the endless succession of child rape cases of White children by Pakistani gangs.
This trend in reporting follows on revision to the rules of the UK’s Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) last year.
CICA pays out monetary compensation to victims of crime in the UK, but the new rules state that victims of child sexual abuse can be disqualified from the scheme on the basis that “consent ‘in fact’ is different from consent ‘in law’.”
Under law a child cannot consent to sexual activity, meaning that all sexual activity involving a child is rape and therefore a violent act. However, the new CICA guidelines regarding child rape victims say that “where the sexual activity is truly of the applicant’s free will no crime of violence will have occurred.”
So now children CAN consent to sexual activity!!!
This not only means that the victim will be denied compensation, but that the crime of rape will be downplayed and normalised to a trivial misdemeanour.
It is quite clear that for the “greater good” of multiculturalism, the British establishment has decided to do all in its power to send out the message that having your children gang-raped by unassimilated migrants is all “part and parcel” of life in modern multicultural Britain.