Wednesday, 3 September 2014


Remember that Pakistanis represent only 3% of the population of Rotherham: 8000 people amid 250,000. Yet they seem to have established complete dominance of certain diversity-related 'activities'. Considering that the average Pakistani woman has 5 children, and that 50-70% of those marry their cousins (usually from Pakistan), those 8000 people must be massively interrelated. How many actual families does that 8000 then break down into? As few as 200 or 300? If there are only 200-300 Paki families there, and a minimum of 1400 victims of sexual enslavement, how many of those families were NOT involved in it in some way?


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