And he would have got away with it, too, if he was Muslim

British law enforcement now applies very different standards, depending on the colour and religion of offenders.

Finally the Plod have shown that they can catch paedophiles and send the vermin to the slammer, when they put their minds to it.

A Cambridge graduate who encouraged child rape over the dark web has been jailed for 32 years in Britain.

Australian Federal Police (AFP) were part of the international hunt for Matthew Falder, who was a graduate of Cambridge and a researcher in geophysics at the University of Birmingham.

I won’t go into this monster’s crimes in detail, because people want to sleep at night, but as even he admitted:

“That sounds like the rap sheet from hell,” he says after hearing the list of charges against him.

And that’s exactly where he’ll end up, God be good.

But what stands out, especially in light of the horrific revelations about thousands of girls raped and tortured in towns like Rotherham, and now Telford, is this:

Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) said Falder’s crimes required unprecedented levels of resources to stop.

The agency worked with the country’s electronic intelligence agency, US Homeland Security, the AFP and Europol to crack the case. At one point, some 100 investigators were involved…

Whereas, in Rotherham and Telford, the shocking truth was that police, local government and child “protection” authorities were well aware of heinous crimes being committed against thousands of young girls for decades. Indeed, police at times actually witnessed crimes being carried out. Yet, police, social workers and politicians not only did nothing, but actually conspired to cover up the industrial-scale rape of little girls.

So why the two starkly different approaches? Certainly, Matthew Falder is a monster, and his crimes were shocking.

“In more than 30 years of law enforcement, I’ve never come across an offender whose sole motivation was to inflict such profound anguish and pain,” said Matt Sutton, a NCA senior investigating officer.

But the crimes in Rotherham and Telford were often shocking in their viciousness, too. Young girls were raped, brutalised, and sometimes murdered.

But Matthew Falder is white. The pedophile rapists in Rotherham and Telford were, with very few exceptions, not.

In the inquiries into Rotherham, time and again it emerged that those who were responsible for reporting and stopping the crimes the knew were happening refused to act because the offenders were Pakistani Muslims. Authorities simply could not countenance being seen to be “racist”, or even more inexcusably, to risk alienating a key voting bloc.

Now, there is no suggestion that it is anything but a good thing that Matthew Falder is behind bars. But it cannot be avoided that increasingly there are two laws in Britain: one for Muslims, and another for everyone else. Muslim preachers are free to preach rabid hatred of Jews and Christians, and openly incite jihadist violence. Non-Muslims are arrested and jailed for simply criticising Islam and Islamic terrorists on social media or even for posting satirical YouTube videos of dogs doing mock-Nazi salutes.

Horrific Muslim rape gangs operate with absolute impugnity (indeed with official collusion for decades). A single vile non-Muslim predator is the subject of one of the most complex investigations in British history, involving agencies around the globe and up to 100 investigators.

The racist coddling of Muslim criminals in Britain is a disgrace. Matthew Falder deserves to rot in prison for the rest of his misbegotten life, but so do the paedophile rapist Muslims of Rotherham and Telford.

If even a fraction of the resources and dedication that were put into catching a single non-Muslim monster had been put towards catching Muslim monsters, the lives of thousands of little British girls might not have been blighted by unimaginably vile crimes.

BBC

 


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Who is Lushington D. Brady?

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