The former Deputy Children’s Commissoner for England has revealed how she was a victim of antisemitic abuse.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Sue Berelowitz, who leads the government inquiry into sex abuse, said police were having to patrol to protect her after she was subjected to “vile” insults on social media.
Speaking at a talk on antisemitism by historian Simon Schama at the Hay Festival, Ms Berelowitz said: “I am a Jew who is doing work that’s very difficult right now because I’m inquiring into the sexual abuse of children and I’m facing the most vile anti-Semitic attacks on social media – ‘filthy Jewish b****’.”
A defiant Ms Berelowitz added: "I stand here as a Jew who will not give up Jewishness and who will not give up standing up for victims and will continue to live in my neighbourhood because the police are having to patrol to keep me safe."Source
From about a week ago:
MPs and campaigners have called on the Government to take action to block highly-paid public sector officials from pocketing lucrative severance payments before being rehired as consultants.
Their call came as a child protection official who was criticised for failing to do more to tackle sexual abuse by Asian gangs became the latest to benefit from the so-called “revolving door” within the public sector which allows staff to be re-employed soon after receiving large pay-offs.
Sue Berelowitz, who worked as deputy children’s commissioner for England at the time of the Rotherham abuse scandal, received £134,000 on April 30 after taking voluntary redundancy, before being rehired the next day as a consultant.
Her role involves a direction continuation of her previous responsibilities leading an inquiry into child sexual abuse within the family, for which she will be paid nearly £1,000 a day, working up to nine days a month, according to The Times.So she is now leading an inquiry into her own momentous failure and getting paid £1000 a day to do it? The article below suggests her chosen strategy from deflecting attention from the Muslim predators will be to push the line that "child abuse is everywhere"
Child sex abuse is so rife in Britain that there is not enough land in the country to build the number of prisons needed to house the perpetrators, the Deputy Children’s Commissioner for England has warned.
Sue Berelowitz, who is currently chairing the government’s inquiry into the problem said the public would be shocked by the sheer scale of the problem when she reports in November.
She blamed the spread of pornography through the internet and social media for the growing problem of an increasingly sexualised society.
Speaking at the Hay Festival, Mrs Berelowitz said: “We live in a highly sexualised world in which for the most part it is considered quite acceptable to do as they want with females, and too many females think that is something they must comply with because they think it is a part of growing up.
“Child porn and the proliferation of indecent images of children, and all the stuff we are seeing on social media which is undoubtedly having an impact on young people growing up and their impressions of sex and sexuality.
“I want us to keep in mind that people who sexually abuse children are somehow another breed. They are here and in our midst. “There certainly needs to be much more awareness to bring it into the public’s consciousness. The figures when I report in November are going to be very shocking indeed.
“If the CPS were to prosecute everyone we would need a rolling prison programme. I would say there probably isn’t the land to build enough prisons."