Everybody now fully accepts that 'political correctness' -- the enforcement of 'identity politics' principles – is at the root of the dysfunctional Labour rotten borough of Rotherham; everybody bar the Labour Party and its union sponsors, that is. The parachuted-in all-wimmin (and no locals)-rigged new MP there, Sarah Champion, reckons UKIP is inappropriately making a political issue out of it. Come again?! [Well we can hardly expect much logic or sense from someone so protected from any meaningful competition in her selection.]
It IS of course a political issue and with giant knobs on. The issue is 'PC': the totalitarian ethos which, more than any other organisation, the Liebore Party has foisted on us. This is the political party that originally and still more than any other embodies the nonsense of 'the personal is political'. Yet Liebore is pushing the line that the gang-rape of large numbers of under-age girls in a pretty crappy town Liebore was instrumental, in various ways, of making crappy … that this somehow is not political! It's one thing to turn UK steelmaking into a crazily, vastly over-manned and thereby massively uncompetitive industry (costing the taxpayer, back in the early 1980s, £100 per week per employee), but it is quite a feat to feed the over-manning with huge numbers of wholly non-needed people from an alien culture; who form a separate migrant enclave, from which come those who manufacture instead of steel an actual (rather than the feminists' imagined) 'rape culture'.
Could Liebore any better gift UKIP the Rotherham Parliamentary seat?
The now all-pervasive totalitarian ideology of our age ('identity politics' reinforced by 'PC') hides the basis of the strong link between rape and ethnic minority: the rape of 'host' community girls by migrant enclave men. The Pakistani-on-'white' gang-rape culture further revealed in Rotherham – already officially well known back in 2002 and the subject of now three reports – is a window on the core reality of forced sex (that is, rape as popularly well understood, and not the usually cross-signals or retrospective withdrawal of consent that is most 'acquaintance rape'): it occurs across a major in-group/ out-group divide. 'Normal' males do not appear to force sex on females within what they perceive to be their own community. Yes, in certain scenarios, such as a war theatre, given certain conditions men may force sex when the target would be clearly belonging to a very distinct out-group (not the sort of arbitrary 'minimal' group created in social psychology experiments). 'White' girls were not part of the community of these Pakistani men, as they perceived things; and evidently were regarded as 'fair game' -- like ISIS warriors view non-Wahhabi females.
As highlighted in the new (as in the previous) report, and as everyone knows would always have been the case, the 'race card' was shown to anyone so much as hinting they might make a fuss about people who, though of the politically hated class 'men', happened to be of an ethnic minority. The critical factor in why the problem persisted unaddressed for so long is the 'identity politics' (/'PC') imperative not to raise an issue in respect of a 'group' identified as 'disadvantaged' and 'oppressed'.
It is -- to use the risible Rotherham MP's word – "hilarious" that her Party's deliberate mass importation of an un-needed and undesired alien culture has bit the hand that fed it, just as the Roma are biting David Blunkett's guilty bum in adjacent parts of Sheffield. 'Social engineering' by politicians motivated by hatred towards the masses in their 'identity politics' (/'PC') has boomeranged, as it has long been obvious it would do.