‘A programme that should be shown in every school in Britain’ – Nick Griffin responds to Muslim grooming documentary

Tue, 08/11/2011 - 15:44
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Nick Griffin MEP has responded positively to last night’s Dispatches programme on Muslim paedophile grooming, Britain’s Sex Gangs. Mr Griffin said it validated his and the British National Party’s repeated warnings about the crime over the last decade. He encouraged everyone to watch and share the programme. 

Recent British National Party leaflet campaigning on the issue of Muslim groomingRecent British National Party leaflet campaigning on the issue of Muslim groomingWhile acknowledging that the programme contained the usual MSM bias, such as attempts to downplay Muslims’ involvement in the crimes, Mr Griffin recommended that everyone watch and share it to bring people’s attention to an issue that is usually totally suppressed by the media.

Dispatches’ research for the investigation showed that, in the last five years, 40 out of the 46 men convicted of grooming offences, such as paedophilic rape, were Muslim Pakistanis.

Mr Griffin has spoken about the widespread problem of Muslim grooming since 2001. In 2004 he was arrested after a speech he made about the issue was broadcast on the BBC documentary The Secret Agent.

He was charged with ‘using words or behaviour intended or likely to stir up racial hatred’ but acquitted of all the charges after two trials.

Ever since, the political elite and mass media have colluded in a ‘culture of silence’ on the issue, during which time countless young white girls have been exploited by Muslim men for sex.

The British National Party even produced an election broadcast in 2004 on the grooming issue. Channel 5's ridiculous censors dubbed out the words of the mothers of grooming victims in an effort to stop the public from hearing the extent of the problem.

The broadcast was based on a banned Channel 4 documentary, Edge of the City, which revealed how Asian men in Bradford were grooming and targeting white girls as young as 11 for sex and drug abuse. It was withdrawn at the request of Colin Cramphorn, the Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police.

The British National Party also produced a three-part documentary on Muslim grooming in 2007 and has campaigned to raise awareness of the problem through street demonstrations across the country.

Last night Mr Griffin said the programme has once again vindicated both him and the British National Party on this critical issue.

He said: ‘All those media hacks and politicians who demonised me for talking about this should hang their heads in shame. The programme should be shown in every school in Britain.’

You can watch the episode on Channel 4’s website here: http://www.channel4.com/programmes/dispatches/4od#3256728

And here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoSpe_nl5y8

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