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When Pakistanis are reported for grooming children they are termed as "asian" They were also termed as "asian" when the Bradford riots took place in 2001.

If Sikhs are reported for disorder they are called Sikhs.

You cannot trust this media The Gurdain and BBC are the worst.

We are not asian we are British Sikh nor are we part of The BBC Asian network.

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But why are these Sikh girls like that? Ever thought about the 'everyone's equal' disney stuff that predators use to pray on their naivety? Or how Sikh boys are favoured for education, leaving Sikh girls with a working class mindset that is attracted to men of a similar socio-economic background? What about the failure of older Sikh generations to teach us about the mindset and culture of outsiders and how they perceive us? What about the lack of engagement of our Sikh sisters (or young people in general) in making them feel part of a Sikh nation? Or the monotony of life of third generation immigrants who view outsiders to have greener grass? Once a older Sikh told me that when he was growing up in the 80s a lot of Sikh girls used to moan about Sikh culture/identity/community being against women and making them feel stifled. A few years down the line they were pushing prams and dressed up like Ninjabis. How can anyone fathom what went on in those kinds of girls heads?

Brother, it is never as simple as one extreme of the other. There is a lot of depth to this issue, just go through some old topics or speak to some knowledgeable people to see what's at the root of this issue. To put the blame entirely at the doorstep of the victims is not going to resolve this.

HSD2 You stated the following : , " Once a older Sikh told me that when he was growing up in the 80s a lot of Sikh girls used to moan about Sikh culture/identity/community being against women and making them feel stifled. A few years down the line they were pushing prams and dressed up like Ninjabis "

Do u know any women this has happened to or is it just a kind of comic statement

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I dont know them but he did. He's from the Midlands and it was in the late 80s but he saw the girls in the decade after. I dont think he was joking either - he tried to talk to her and she told him to get lost, this is really what happens. Some girls are raised so badly it's no wonder they're all over the place.

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Here we go again.

Shere Panjab over a generation ago highlighted the issues of grooming, paedophilia, under age sex, call it what you want it's rape against a child.

Now the issues are what were the Police, CPS & Social Services doing during this time when these issues were first highlighted of gangs of Pakistani Moslem targeting children for sex?

I call for a full Independent judiciary enquiry.

Anyone in positions of power who failed to take action, turned a blind eye to the victims are to be arrested charged with neglect, failing to uphold the duties expected of them in the office they held or are holding, stripped of their pensions and ultimately jailed.

Enough is enough, every day I am hearing from the media about Police corruption and or perverting the course of justice for e.g. phone hacking, Hillsborough, those in positions (BBC -Jimmy Saville) turning a blind eye to countless allegations.

Contact your local MP today calling for a full independent judiciary enquiry now!

Long Live The Khalsa!

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To all the naive sikhs, that were sucking up to the alis and saying the singhs r wrong etc, there is no grooming cases or pedo happening to sikhs girls in Leicester, might not believe the singhs, , but u will believe the police u papaus : "We have made five arrests this morning in relation to the sexual exploitation case that is behind the community tension" this is an extract of a text message received from Polse .... it is claimed that sikh and white girls used to be taken upstarirs in that restaurant and got abused from what we are hearing, so are the staff innocent or just as guilty - arrest them all!

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I wonder if the local community will help them with legal advice and funds or whether these guys will be left out to hang?

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What have the local MPs have to say on this matter, where is Keith Vaz now?

He needs the Pakistani vote he wont say anything

his a scum bag, he was questioned on this subject about a year ago on nihal and freinds on the so called bbc asian network,

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Is this linked to the incident mentioned in the posts in this thread?

Source: http://www.punjabspectrum.com/2013/01/8359

( The above link/site seemed to have been “high-jacked” since I copied the article posted below)

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Five men and a youth arrested in Leicester over alleged sex assault of 16-year-old girl

Leicester, UK (January 19, 2013)–Police investigating the alleged sexual assault and grooming of a 16-year-old Sikh girl have arrested five men and a youth of Pakistani origin.

The investigation was launched after her family raised concerns about her welfare.

Specialist officers have been working with the victim and as a result of this work the investigation has moved forward into the arrest phase.

This morning, five men, aged 20, 22 25, 27 and 39, and a 15-year-old boy, were arrested from different addresses in Leicester.

All remain in police custody while inquiries continue.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Sharp, who is leading the investigation, said: “We currently have five men and one youth in custody and we’re in the process of interviewing them.

“We continue to work very closely with the victim and her family. She is being supported through the whole process by specialist officers.

“These kinds of investigations are extremely complex and it’s important we are thorough with all our inquiries. Every piece of information or evidence needs to be looked at in detail and this means it could well be a lengthy investigation.

“Also, the victim and her welfare is a key priority for us. We will continue to work with her, at a pace she is comfortable with, in order to support her through this process.”

A police spokesperson said: “Local officers continue to link in with residents and community leaders, who are supportive of the police investigations.

“Officers also continue to provide the community with daily updates and reassurance around various rumours and speculation.”

Anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact police on 101. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers, which is anonymous, on 0800 555 111.

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from Nick Griffin MEP BNP have to say a very nice touch.

“Britain's Sikh community has a well-deserved reputation for being good, law-abiding citizens. This incident is therefore shows very clearly just how angry and desperate they are over the woeful failure of the police to deal with the widespread problem of sexual predation by a criminal element within the Muslim community.

“Rather than condemning people who feel driven by the plight of vulnerable young girls to take the law into their own hands, the media and political class need to reflect on the role of their own cowardly silence in creating the situation.

“In particular, we understand the burning anger among Sikhs over the dishonest and racist police and media policy of referring to the criminals as 'Asian', thereby implying that Sikhs and Hindus are among the perpetrators rather than the victims alongside members of the indigenous community.

“Finally, young Sikhs must now expect a wave of police pressure intended to push them back into inactivity. They face being persecuted because their community is now exercising the right to self-defence that is triggered by the failure of the police to do their job. My advice to young Sikhs arrested in these circumstances is the same as to those of our people arrested for defending our community:

"Jo kuch tu kehna, kuch ma kehna." - "Whatever you say, say nothing!"

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