By Southwest Nationalist. “Hussain seems to have regarded girls, white girls, simply as sexual targets. He does not treat them as human beings at all. You got into that mindset yourself.”
Ashtiaq had stabbed young Laura repeatedly in the head, and then thrown her into a canal to die whilst she was still alive.
The court was told that some of the injuries Laura sustained may have been as a result of Asghar using the knife to stop her from getting out of the canal.
Laura Wilson, aged 17 when she died, had been identified by Social Services as “being at risk of sexual exploitation by Pakistani men” when she was 12.
Despite this, all Social Services did was “carry out preventative work” – which sounds like slang for do nothing, let it continue, let’s not rock that racial harmony boat.
She became pregnant to married Muslim Ishaq Hussain, who was acquitted of involvement in her murder.
And, at just 17 she was dead, another victim on the road to enrichment.
We see it as a common factor, to borrow Justice Davis’ words – regard “white girls, simply as sexual targets. He does not treat them as human beings at all.”
Those kuffar never are – meat and an object, that’s the outlook of many enriching this land.
The white victims are, to borrow a term from history, considered as untermensch by the perpetrators.
Today we see another case ending in a long prison sentence, although he’ll be out before he’s 40 after a cushy stay with halal dinners no doubt – and another white girl dead.
How many more white girls will there be, perhaps not dead but with lives ruined?
You’ll never be told, it’s not a benefit of enrichment those in power would like us to know.
Hushed up, swept under the carpet, met with silence and denial – so many victims, deemed by officialdom a price that has to be paid and a nightmare that has to be kept quiet.
White girls as simply sexual targets – we’ll hear that a lot more in courts in years to come, and it’s just the tip of the iceberg. At least until they make it a hate crime to mention a white victim.
And, all the while, we’ll continue to say that there isn’t a problem, that enrichment is of universal benefit to our nation.
Where was the benefit to Laura and others like her, was she – are they – a price worth paying?