Monday, 10 March 2014

'Easy Meat' - Multiculturalism, Islam and Child Sex Slavery

I thought readers may be interested in an extensive academic report on sexual grooming in the UK.

Below is a review of the report.

A link to the PDH report follows the review.


'Easy Meat' – Multiculturalism, Islam and Child Sex Slavery

A book review by Kinana:

“Easy Meat” -- Multiculturalism, Islam and Child Sex Slavery

Do you doubt that Muslims are disproportionately involved in the grooming of non-Muslim girls?

Do you doubt that the media have largely covered up these crimes for the last 20 years?

Do you doubt that the law enforcement agencies are afraid of being called racist?

Do you doubt that government agencies set up to defend children have failed to do their job?

Do you doubt that the EDL, initially, was the source of the only public outcry against these crimes?

Do you doubt that child protection and law enforcement agencies have really learned the lessons of their failures?

Do you doubt that the Leftist forces in this country (UK) have preferred political alliances over child protection?

Do you doubt that Islam, per se, gives a green light for these crimes?

Do you doubt that Muslim communities are constrained from reporting them?

If you have none of the above doubts but not sure how to get the full picture or need help to even articulate your suspicions you need to read this book.

This book is sober and dark. It is a peek into hell but it cannot be faulted for being anything but a presentation of what actually was and is. It is not an angry analysis or prediction of doom; though there is much to be angry about and we can all recognise where our society is headed unless something drastic is done. Our enemies may try to analyse this book into irrelevance but they will not have any facts to do so, only a flight of fancy rhetoric.


The report examines in detail:

What these gangs do
The chronology of the problem
Institutional failure and the abuse of the narrative of racism
The Islamic cultural background
The scale of the problem

It establishes that 20 years ago child-care professionals dealing with the victims made recommendations which could have protected the schoolgirl victims, but these steps have never been implemented.

The report is definitive – there is no analysis of this problem of this quality anywhere.

It goes into substantial detail, but anyone interested in the subject will find their time well invested.

We are very grateful to Peter McLoughlin for the hundreds of hours he has devoted to this work. His selfless dedication is reflected in the quality of the research and writing.

Kind regards,



The Law and Freedom Foundation and Peter McLoughlin deserve our heartfelt thanks.


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