Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The children were also raped by the Public Sector Equality Duty

There seems to be some questioning on whether "political correctness" contributed to the cover-up of sexual abuse by Pakistani gangs in Rotherham (thousands of children have been raped by these gangs).

There can be no room for doubt on this issue.

Under the Public Sector Equality Duty all public employees are legally obliged to promote a positive view of race relations, irrespective of the reality of the situation.

Professor Alexis Jay when presenting her report into the Rotherham abuse took great care to tell us that she found no evidence that ethnicity was a factor in the abuse, even though Laura Kuenssberg on Newsnight pointed out to her that every page of her report mentioned ethnicity.

What is going on here?

Is it the case that Professor Jay is so stupid that she cannot interpret the evidence of her own report?

Or is it the case that Professor Jay knows that under the Equality Duty she is legally obliged to suppress the ethnic identity of the perpetrators and promulgate the view that "society" in general had created the conditions leading to the rapes and beatings and other horrors?

Indeed, does not observance of the Public Sector Equality Duty explain why all the council officials and elected councillors and police officers looked the other way in Rotherham?  As recipients of public money they could not legally do otherwise.  Pakistani gangs raped 1,400 children in Rotherham over sixteen years, but the children were also raped by the Public Sector Equality Duty.

Which politicians as a matter of urgency now have the courage to demand the repeal of the Public Sector Equality Duty?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11057647/Rotherham-sex-abuse-scandal-1400-children-exploited-by-Asian-gangs-while-authorities-turned-a-blind-eye.html

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