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WHERE’S TOMMY?

I would hazard a guess, that there are a lot of people out there, who, will not have heard about a court case which, is currently taking place at the Crown Court in Mold, North Wales, where a group of who are said to be ‘Travellers,’ stand accused of the rape, and trafficking of a number of underage girls from a care home in Wrexham.

‘The girls who were living in a home in the Wrexham area were sexually trafficked and passed around a group of men from the travelling community and sexually exploited in hotel rooms and in secluded public areas like car parks, prosecuting barrister John Philpotts told a jury at Mold Crown Court.’

For obvious reasons, I cannot comment on details in regard to the case other what is already in the public domain, but what I will ask, is where is the public outcry about this?

‘Vehicles began to appear at the home and on one occasion, a van drove up the drive and her name was called out using a loud-hailer, the jury heard.’

She began to abscond frequently, often in the company of other girls in care.

Where are the ‘Truthers’ ?

Where are the mainstream media, who enjoy nothing more than reporting on cases of this type in other parts of the UK?

And where is Tommy Robinson?

But we should already know the answer to that shouldn’t we?

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WHAT COLOUR IS A SLUT?

“Unmarried white girls who became pregnant in the postwar years were considered psychologically disturbed but treatable, whereas their black counterparts were presumed to be biologically hypersexual and deviant”.

Historian Rickie Solinger demonstrates that in the 1950s an unwed white girl who became pregnant could go to a maternity home before her pregnancy showed, deliver the baby and give it up for adoption, and return home to her community with no one the wiser.

(White parents concocted stories of their daughters being given the opportunity to study for a semester with relatives.)

She could then resume the role of the “nice” girl.

Unmarried pregnant black girls, on the other hand, were barred from maternity homes; they were threatened with jail or termination of welfare; and they were accused of using their sexuality in order to be eligible for larger welfare checks.

Politicians regarded unmarried pregnant black girls as a societal problem, declaring-as they continue to declare today-that they did not want taxpayers to support black illegitimate babies, and sought to control black female sexuality through sterilization legislation.

Leora Tanenbaum (2000)

‘Slut! Growing up female with a bad reputation’

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