Rishi Sunak, who hopes to lead the Conservative Party, says rape gangs have not been properly dealt with due to political correctness, and that he will form a task force to deal with the issue.
The issue of so-called grooming gangs has been pressed by fellow Tory politicians Esther McVeigh and Philip Davis on JB News, the former Chancellor of the Exchequer. He said which – which”[w]They all know why people don’t focus on it, and that’s because of political correctness.”
He said, “They are afraid to deny the fact that there is a certain group of people who commit these crimes and I think this is wrong” — ironically making his point himself by describing the perpetrators as “a certain group of people” rather than clearly stating that they are mostly Muslims. From South Asia, they are usually of Pakistani descent, and their victims are mostly white girls.
“The Conservative government should not let political correctness stand in the way of keeping people safe,” he added, acknowledging that gang rape “is more prevalent across the country than we all realize,” and said that as prime minister, he would introduce a new life sentence “with options severely limited parole” of rape gang members, a National Crime Agency task force dedicated to investigating them, and a requirement that police prioritize educators and register their ethnicity “which is not currently implemented, because people don’t want to do that.”
The Conservatives have claimed that they will make the police record their sweat preparations for members of the Knocker without following up for a long time, however Home Secretary Priti Patel – the government minister responsible for policing – has promised to make it mandatory in January, for example.
‘For a long time we haven’t focused on this issue… We all know why people aren’t focused on it. It’s because of political correctness’
Rishi Sunak talks to Esther McPhee and Philip Davis on GB News about dealing with personal care gangs.
– GBNEWS August 6, 2022
Maggie Oliver, a Greater Manchester Police detective turned whistleblower discipline gang, was unaffected by Sunak “jumping on the bandwagon,” as she put it, a description His plan is to treat it as “a syllable…more empty words that don’t actually turn into actions.”
Regarding the new task force he proposed, she noted that “we have [police watchdog] IOPC Now, we have internal investigative departments in the police force – and yet they consistently fail to hold senior officers accountable for their failure to deal with this problem.”
Oliver, who now heads a Enterprise Supporting the care of gang victims, he argued that what was really needed was a large-scale royal commission to address the fact that police had “collapsed” in the UK.
“This is Rishi Sunak jumping in the wagon.”
Maggie Oliver describes the Tory leadership candidate’s comments about how he handles grooming gangs as an ‘audio clip’ that ‘won’t turn into action’
– GBNEWS August 6, 2022