‘Far-Left Groups’ Racially Abused Grooming Gang Victim For Being White
Victim falls victim to far left mob for speaking out about her abuse
A victim of the notorious Pakistani grooming gang in Rotherham, UK, is now suffering at the hands of far-left groups for speaking out about her attackers.
The woman, who spoke under the pseudonym “Ella,” said she was called “a white s**g, a white c***, a white whore, a white b***h, and a f****** gori," which is their name for a white person.
The woman was raped more than 100 times in Yorkshire, Northern England.
“We need to understand racially and religiously aggravated crime if we are going to prevent it and protect people from it, and if we are going to prosecute correctly for it,” she told YorkshireLive.
“Prevention, protection, and prosecution — all of them are being hindered because we are neglecting to properly address the religious and racist aspects of grooming gang crimes."
“It’s telling them that it’s OK to hate white people.”
Ella revealed far-left groups were abusing her on Twitter, but when she complained to the platform, they took no action.
Ella said: “On Twitter, I get a lot of abuse from far-left extremists, and radical feminist academics."
“There is one group who go online, and they try to resist anyone they consider to be a Nazi, racist, fascist, or white supremacist. They don’t care about anti-white racism, because they appear to believe that it doesn’t exist."
Judges, police, and prosecutors in the UK have shied away from treating grooming gang crimes as racist while backing harsher punishments to people who have abused Asian girls.
Pedophiles who ran a massive grooming gang in the UK raped and abused countless young children. They are now receiving over $1M in taxpayers money to help fight their battle to stay in the UK. https://t.co/JIkVt0ooxg— Neon Nettle (@NeonNettle) May 31, 2018
When Ella tried to highlight the racial and religious aspects of her abuse, she received “a lot of abuse from far-left extremists and radical feminist academics."
As Twitter has put all its time and energy into banning accounts that share potentially harmful content concerning COVID-19, the platform said the abusive tweets Ella complained about did not violate the site's rules.
A spokeswoman for Twitter said:
"We are committed to protect and serve the public conversation as we navigate this unprecedented global public healthcare crisis."
"As outlined in our Hateful Conduct Policy, we do not tolerate the abuse or harassment of people on the basis of race and ethnic origin. We take down content that is in violation of our Twitter Rules, including dehumanizing language, and we have expanded our safety rules around COVID-19."
As Neon Nettle reported last year, three members of the grooming gang were given £500,000 of UK taxpayers' money to cover their legal costs by the UK government.