"Too often today, people are ready to tell us,
'this is not possible; that is not possible'.
I say, whatever the true interest of our country calls for, is always possible!"

- Enoch Powell.

Monday, 16 July 2012

Trial Update: Focus North Shropshire

A recent revelation from the trial of two Muslim men accused of sex trafficking, rape and child prostituation at Stafford Crown Court revealed evidence that will shock residents of north Shropshire.

On Thursday 12th July the Court heard that on three occasions Faizal Sameer paid Mubarek Ali £20 to have sex with a teenage white girl near the north Shropshire town of Market Drayton.

The girl is one of the alledged sex exploitation victims of Mubarek Ali and his brother Ahdel Ali.

In response to this information, North Shropshire BNP organiser Phil Reddall said, "I am following this trial closely and am particularly interested in this alledged link to Market Drayton. If true, it will cast a very dark shadow on the area. North Shropshire is around 98% white and local people will be shocked that something so sinister can take place right under their noses.

"People tend to psychologically insulate themselves from bad news as a kind of self defence mechanism; we know what has been going on in Wellington, just a few miles away, but now it appears the Muslim paedophile epidemic has spread to north Shropshire. Local people can't bury their heads in the sand anymore.

"The sexual domination of our young girls by Muslim men is a very significant step in the Islamification of Britain. I believe it is all part of a power struggle where our political system, our streets, our schools and now our precious vunerable women are being taken over and very few people have the strength of character to stand against it.

"A strong, healthy British society would never allow such a thing to take place, and the fact that it has taken so long for these issues to come before Court, due in part to the BNP's campaigning on this very issue, shows that our society is in a very bad way.

"However, we in the BNP are never giving in and maintain that our people can and will come together in this time of need."

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  1. What do the Lib-Lab-Con MPs and councillors have to say about this epidemic that's spreading across Shropshire?

  2. Perhaps they know what The word epidemic means and look at these cases in the context of all serious sexual offences?

    Maybe they aren't using a blatantly biased view of these cases to promote xenophobic ideology?