White Women in Britain ‘no longer safe’ as Asian Sex Gangs Run Amok


Edited and adapted by Lasha Darkmoon
from a number of  newspaper reports

“White women are no longer safe in our Western homelands. They are living in the shadow of terror. Our countries are being invaded…”

convicted of rape, inciting prostitution, and supplying drugs
to underage white girls in Newcastle, England

“All white women are good for one thing, for men like me to FUCK and use as trash, that is all women like you are worth.” — Badrul Hussain, age 37, top row, third from left. (Click to expand)

Left to right, row by row, starting top left: Abdul Sabe, Habibur Rahim, Badrul Hussain, Abdul Hamid Minoyee,  Jahanger Zaman, Monjur Choudhury, Taherul Alon,  Mohammed Ali, Nadeem Aslam, Mohammed Azram,  Yassar Hussain, Saiful Islam, Eisa Mousavi,  Prabhat Nelli, Mohibur Rahman, Nashir Uddin,  Redwan Siddquee,  Carolann Gallon.

The Newcastle sex abuse ring were a gang of seventeen men and a woman who sexually abused adolescent girls and young women from 2010-2014 in Newcastle upon Tyne after plying them with alcohol and drugs. Most of the men were of Pakistani, Indian, or Bangla Deshi origin and belonged to the Muslim community. All of them were born and raised in Britain, giving rise to angry comments, seldom reported, about the long-term failure of assimilation and the need to stem the flood of bogus “refugees” from Third World countries who are contributing to this new epidemic of sex crime.

“There has been no political correctness here,” a police spokesman said. “These are criminals and there has been no hesitation in arresting them and targeting them using all the means at our disposal.”

In a shocking case reminiscent of the Rotherham child sex abuse ring, British police say they have made 461 arrests and have identified at least 278 victims of a massive sex, prostitution, and drug ring. Of those arrested, authorities have tried 26 defendants.

The BBC reports that most of those convicted so far of serious charges are “Asian,” the British term for those from the Middle East, Pakistan and India.

As a result of a massive ongoing investigation the police have named “Operation Sanctuary,” one British woman and a total of 17 men have been convicted of rape, conspiracy to incite prostitution, and illegally supplying drugs. The men, BBC notes, were from the “Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iraqi, Iranian and Turkish communities and mainly British-born, with most living in the West End of Newcastle.”

The convictions came after four trials involving 26 defendants facing over 100 charges for actions against 22 young female victims — some as young as 14 — and whom the prosecution described as “vulnerable” and “at-risk.” A total of 20 of the victims gave evidence. The heinous series of crimes were committed between 2011 and 2014.

Of the 26, three people have been jailed. The rest will be sentenced next month.

BBC describes how the shocking sex and drug trafficking ring operated:

The victims were at first flattered by the attention of the men who apparently befriended them, but were then lured to parties, known as “sessions”, by the promise of alcohol and drugs — often mephedrone (or M-Kat), Newcastle Crown Court heard.

Bags of M-Kat were left on coffee tables for the girls to help themselves. The prosecution said they became the “vulnerable victims of an organised, cynical, systematic organisation in which they were passed between their abusers.”

The victims described being lured into sex “sessions” through drugs and alcohol. Some of the victims became addicted to the drugs, for which they were coerced to perform sex acts to receive them from the men. At times, one said, they would be “too intoxicated” to resist being raped. One girl described meeting a frightened woman whom she believed to be a sex slave and another described being locked into a room and forced to have sex in order to leave.

The Daily Mail notes that at least one of the men convicted appeared to have been partly motivated by anti-white racism:

The court heard that one of the men convicted, 37-year-old Badrul Hussain, was heard telling a ticket collector on the Tyne and Wear Metro: “All white women are good for one thing, for men like me to FUCK and use as trash, that is all women like you are worth.”

says all white women are “trash”,
good for only one thing — “for men like me to FUCK!”

“These were vile crimes committed by evil men,” said Council leader Nick Forbes. “The victims have been brave beyond belief.”

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The vulnerable victims, some as young as 14, were exploited by a “cynical organisation”, the court was  told. Over the course of four trials, 20 young women gave evidence covering a period from 2011 to 2014. These trials involved 26 defendants facing a total of more than 100 charges and 22 victims.

Of the 26, three people have been jailed. The rest will be sentenced next month. It also emerged during the court process that police paid a convicted child rapist £10,000 as an informant.

The victims were at first flattered by the attention of the men who apparently “befriended” them, but were then lured to parties, known as “sessions”, by the promise of alcohol and drugs – often mephedrone (or M-Kat), Newcastle Crown Court heard.

Bags of M-Kat were left on coffee tables for the girls to help themselves. The prosecution said they became the “vulnerable victims of an organised, cynical, systematic organisation in which they were passed between their abusers.” Some spoke of being “too intoxicated” to defend themselves, while others became addicted and had to commit sexual acts in return for drugs.

One victim said she had attended about 60 parties and another told of going to an address where there were two older men and a woman, who seemed “frightened and scared, like a slave”. She added: “They told us what she would do for them for money and drugs or she’d get battered.”

Another victim said: “I knew that if we wanted drugs or alcohol we would have to do something.

The girls were usually too drunk to resist their attackers. They were often locked in rooms without food or water and told that the only way they would be let out was by offering sex — not just to one man but to as many as wished to “fuck” her.

Already hooked on hard drugs with which they had been hopelessly enslaved, and suffering acute withdrawal symptoms, the underage white girls, some as young as 14, knew that the only way to survive was to open their legs to an endless queue of Asian rapists lining up to take their pleasure.  

The investigation is ongoing and to date has resulted in 461 arrests. Police have spoken to 703 potential complainants and 278 victims have been identified.

Sarah (not her real name) was 19, extremely vulnerable and unable to look after herself. Along with other at-risk teenagers she was regularly abused by older men. In the new year of 2014, Sarah told the police she had been raped by Abdul Minoyee. A police officer took Sarah on a tour of the West End to try identify Minoyee’s house and car and other places where these “parties” had taken place. (Mugshot of Abdul Minoyee).

Sarah’s information was a red flag  — the abuse was on a much bigger scale.

The detective in charge of Sarah’s case told his bosses that what she had said signalled something much bigger. Days later the officer’s hunch was given added weight when two girls in care reported that they had been repeatedly raped by a group of older Asian men. The girls were aged 14 and 15.

They described being driven into Newcastle where they were plied with alcohol and cocaine before being raped and beaten by several men. They were given money before being returned home.

Chief Constable Steve Ashman said: “We will not stop.”

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Today public hand-wringing was much in evidence as one former Crown Prosecution Service chief admitted authorities looked the other way for fear of looking racist.

Shadow women and equalities secretary Sarah Champion claimed Asian grooming gangs were allowed to thrive because people are “more afraid to be called a ‘racist’ than they are afraid to be wrong about calling out child abuse”.

The Labour MP for Rotherham said it was time to acknowledge that the “majority of perpetrators have been British-Pakistani” in the towns where such grooming cases have occurred.

Grisly and heartbreaking details of how the 17 men routinely abused white girls emerged from the court case. The jury heard that one girl was taken from her home and repeatedly raped by men as if they were in a “relay race”.

The girl told the court how she would regularly be supplied with cash, cigarettes and drugs in exchange for sex. She spoke of how she would be picked up in a Mercedes from the children’s home where she was living and taken to flats in Newcastle to be used by anyone who wanted her.

John Elvedge QC, prosecuting, told the court how during one attack she was high on cocaine while men took turns to have sex with her under a Kurdish flag.

The older Asian men, often married and with children of their own,  preyed on immature white teenagers who were plied with cocaine, cannabis, alcohol or mephedrone. The girls and women were then raped or persuaded into having sexual activity. Those prosecuted were from the Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iraqi, Iranian and Turkish communities and mainly British-born.

The sex ring was exposed when two women spoke to the authorities in 2013 and within weeks police had made 27 arrests under an investigation which became known as Operation Shelter.

There was no suggestion the victims were working as prostitutes or were paid. John Elvidge QC, who prosecuted the cases, said girls were exploited ruthlessly.

Summing up the final trial, he said: “This was a section of young women who were tricked into believing they were in the company of friends. They were groomed and lulled into trusting those who would ultimately abuse them.”

One girl described how a victim was demeaned in a flat in Newcastle’s West End. She told the jury: “She seemed scared. She came into the room where I was and the men were treating her like a slave. They were dropping things on the floor on purpose to make her pick them up.”

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Mephedrone, the drug on which the underage girls were deliberately hooked by this Asian gang, is a stimulant of the amphetamine class. Slang names include drone, M-CAT, White Magic, and meow meow.  It comes in the form of tablets or a powder, which users can swallow, snort or inject, producing similar effects to MDMA (ecstasy) or cocaine, i.e., euphoria combined with powerful sexual stimulation, making it the ideal aphrodisiac for sex slaves.

Curiously enough, mephedrone produces another remarkable side effect in its victims, the commonest reported effect apart from euphoria and sexual craving: teeth grinding. This combination of side effects is too mindbogglingly bizarre to imagine, but this is what you one seems to end up with: an underage “nymphomaniac” in her early teens, forced to have sex with an endless queue of Asiatic abusers — and grinding her teeth while being raped.

White women are no longer safe in our Western homelands. They are living in the shadow of terror. Our countries are being invaded by the hordes of the Third World, sealing our doom.

As Nero fiddled while Rome burned, our politicians sit on their hands and do nothing to save us from this unspeakable calamity.


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Tourists with a License to KillA Look at the Mossad’s Assassination Squads

Many intelligence agencies are suspected of carrying out assassinations, but few are as notorious for doing so as Israel’s Mossad. Although the agency has become legendary for its amazing successes, it has still had its share of failures. If the Mossad was behind the recent killing in Dubai, it might be another blemish on the agency’s reputation.

By Yassin Musharbash

A composite of Dubai police handout photos released on Feb. 15, 2010 showing 11 people suspected of being involved in the murder of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

DPA/ Dubai Police

A composite of Dubai police handout photos released on Feb. 15, 2010 showing 11 people suspected of being involved in the murder of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

February 18, 2010  06:20 PM

In 1955, seven years after the Israeli state was founded, the philosopher Yeshayahu Leibowitz wrote a letter to then Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. In it, he complained that innocent Palestinians were being killed in Israeli operations. “I do not agree with you,” responded Ben-Gurion. “While it is good that there be a world full of peace, fraternity, justice, and honesty, it is even more important that we be in it.”

This notion of a well-fortified state that eliminates its enemies by force whenever possible is still supported by a large majority of Israelis. Such actions include assassinations carried out by Israel’s military and the Mossad, its foreign intelligence service. Indeed, human rights organizations estimate that the Israeli military has killed more than 100 people in the Palestinian territories in so-called “targeted killings.”

The most recent incident that the Mossad is embroiled in shows that the majority of Israelis continue to believe that such killings are justified. In January, the Mossad is said to have killed a weapons buyer from Hamas in Dubai. Earlier this week, authorities in Dubai made public a compilation of surveillance photos showing the members of the alleged hit squad. German intelligence sources say that only an intelligence agency is capable of carrying out such a professional operation. In Britain, government officials were more explicit: They said they were convinced that the Mossad was behind the assassination of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh.

But, in Israel, the debate revolves primarily around two questions. First, did the operation have the Mossad’s usual degree of “professionalism”? And, second, should the operation be considered a failure because photos of 11 suspected agents have been made public and the world now believes that the Mossad is not above creating fake passports from friendly countries, such as Germany or Great Britain, or “borrowing” the identities of their citizens.

A Chronicle of Successful Hits

The awe the Mossad inspires among intelligence agencies is mostly due to its history of ambitious operations. It has freed hostages from hopeless situations; it has found a way to bring a Russian MiG-21 fighter jet to Israel at the request of its political leaders; and, during the Cold War, it was known to supply the CIA with classified papers stolen from the Soviets.

But the intelligence service’s hit squads have their own mystique. If the Mossad really is behind the recent murder in Dubai, it will be just one in a series of bloody attacks — though Mossad operations have also seen their share of blunders.

It has not always been clear that the Mossad was behind every deadly attack — or whether it was some other Israeli unit. The legendary operation to hunt down and kill the “Black September” terrorists who attacked Israeli athletes at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, for example, was carried out by a unit formed specifically for that purpose. They eventually eliminated almost all of them — though they did also kill an innocent Moroccan waiter in Norway after mistaking him for one of the terrorists. And at least once, in Beirut in 1973, the agents disguised themselves as tourists — just like the “Dubai 11.”

It is thought that, during the mid-1970s, then Prime Minister Golda Meir appointed a so-called “X Committee” that was — and perhaps still is — responsible for keeping a list of people to be assassinated. At the Mossad, a unit known as “Caesaria” is allegedly tasked with carrying out targeted killings.

It is only in the rarest of cases that Israel will hint at its involvement in an assassination operation. As a rule, the Mossad never acknowledges it participation. Because of this secrecy, it is likely that more deaths have been attributed to the intelligence service than it is actually responsible for. Still, the list of incidents that can fairly safely be attributed to it is long — and goes back over 40 years.

In the 1960s, for example, the Mossad is thought to have sent letter bombs to German scientists who were helping Egypt to build an advanced missile program. Many of them died.

Seventy Bullets

One of the most spectacular killings attributed to the Mossad took place in 1987 in Tunis, where PLO leader Khalil Al Wazir — also known as Abu Jihad — was living. The operation allegedly involved some 30 agents, who reached the Tunisian coastline in small boats. Some of them pretended to be tourists while making their way toward the house of Yasser Arafat’s most important henchman. Others took up positions wearing Tunisian army uniforms. Flying overhead during the operation was an Israeli Boeing 707, which was meant to jam all communications on the ground. The assassination squad forced its way into the house and killed a few servants before turning their guns — and 70 bullets — on Al Wazir in the presence of his wife and children.

In October 1995, Fathi Shikaki, a member of the Palestinian terrorist group Islamic Jihad, was killed in Malta. The assassin road up on a motorcycle and shot his victim three times in the head. It later emerged that the operation had been meticulously planned long in advance. Indeed, the motorcycle had been stolen two months previously. A dozen agents are believed to have been involved. All of them disappeared without a trace after the hit.

In 1996, Yehiyeh Ayyash, the notorious Hamas bombmaker known as “The Engineer,” was killed in the Gaza Strip when his booby-trapped cell phone exploded. This novel method of attack shocked Palestinian militants. It is generally believed that the Mossad was behind the attack.

In September 2004, another member of Hamas — thought to be Izz Eldine Subhi Sheik Khalil — met his end in Damascus when an explosive detonated beneath his car. He had been responsible for coordinating the operations of the military arm of Hamas. Though Israel did not officially take responsibility for the attack, it was understood as being a signal to Syria’s leaders that even their capital city was not beyond the reach of Israeli agents.

A Few High-Profile Failures

Damascus was also the scene of another death, in February 2008, when a bomb tore apart the Mitsubishi Pajero belonging to Hezbollah leader Imad Mughniyeh, to whom hundreds of deaths have been attributed. Although Israel officially denied having anything to do with the death, most experts believe that the Mossad was at least partly involved — possibly in collaboration with other intelligence services in the region.

To date, the Mossad’s most spectacular failure has been a mission carried out in Amman, Jordan, in September 1997. Two Mossad agents disguised as Canadian tourists tried to kill Hamas leader Khaled Mashal with a lethal nerve toxin which soaks through the skin. The attack failed and Mashal’s bodyguards were able to chase down the agents and hand them over to the Jordanian police. Jordanian officials quickly besieged the Israeli Embassy, where four other Mossad agents, giving up their cover, sought sanctuary.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was then forced to admit to the deed to get his agents back safely. He flew to Amman and apologized before the brother of King Hussein — the king did not want to meet with him in person. After difficult negotiations, Israel handed over the antidote to the nerve agent that had been administered to Mashal as well as the chemical make-up of the opiate, which had allegedly been used in previous operations. In addition, Israel was also forced to release from custody Hamas founder Shiek Ahmed Yassin and dozens of other Palestinians and Jordanians.

In the end, an official investigation concluded that the Mossad had been “fixated on high risk operations.” The botched attack was a blemish on the Mossad’s reputation. For several years thereafter, it refrained from carrying out targeted killings — or at least was much more careful about doing so.

Real Target: Iran

If the assassination in Dubai really was carried out by the Mossad, it could prove to be yet another blow to its reputation. Indeed, it has never had one of its hits filmed by others or had the pictures of its hit squad’s members publicly displayed.

In fact, the Mossad has been losing a lot of polish on its sterling reputation for a number of years now. Other Israeli intelligence agencies have gained in esteem within Israel. In recent years, Jordan’s intelligence service has become just as important to the US as Mossad was in the region.

But this holds true primarily in the field of counter-terrorism. The Mossad’s current focus, however, is Iran’s nuclear program. In that regard, Israelis say, Mossad has excelled — away from the public eye.


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