ROTHERHAM, the British ‘mecca’ for Muslim paedophile rape gangs, which target pre-pubescent and teenage white Christian girls, wants protests against them banned!

Muslim_Rape_Gang_Girls_England_Rotherham_UKFrequent marches, demonstrations, and protests against the Rotherham Muslim sex gang and prostitution ring scandal are having an ‘unacceptable financial and emotional impact’ on people in the town, a council commissioner has warned, demanding that the protests be banned under the Public Order Act 1986.

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The Star  The council first came to national prominence when its social services worked together with elements of the police to spectacularly fail to detect the systematic grooming, rape and prostitution of over 1,400 vulnerable children. The victims were often in the care of the council children’s services and “as young as 12″, and “barely pubescent”. 

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Council commissioners claim the protests against them are becoming prohibitively expensive to police, with one event in September 2014 costing over one million pounds, meaning they should therefore be banned.

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Commissioner Mary Ney, who was appointed by the government as part of a group of five professionals who took over running the town in February to replace the failed former council, acknowledged that the £2 million extra spent on policing operations was covered by Home Office spending in her letter.

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Writing to the Home Secretary Theresa May, commissioner complained it was the protests, rather than the problem the town has with child rape that was causing repetitional damage. She wrote:

“Over an extended period, the town has been subject to a significant number of events by right-wing groups, and counter demonstrations by left wing groups.

“This has, and continues to, consume a vast amount of police resource, both within and outside South Yorkshire, at significant cost to the public purse. 

However, more significant is the damage to the reputation of the town, and the impact that this has had on the town centre in particular, which has been the focus of these events.

“Due to their regularity there is a real perception amongst people using the town that it is not safe, and that there are protests every Saturday… The town needs to move on and further events will be damaging both to community cohesion, and the ability of the town to recover”.

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“Due to their regularity there is a real perception amongst people using the town that it is not safe, and that there are protests every Saturday… The town needs to move on and further events will be damaging both to community cohesion, and the ability of the town to recover”.

Despite insisting it was time for the town to forget child abuse and move on, The Star also reports today a further four MUSLIM men were arrested this weekend for ‘abduction and sex slavery.’

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