England Fallen: hundreds Of Young Girls Put Into Prostitution And Raped In English Town

Up to 1,000 girls in the small English town of Telford have been raped, forced into prostitution, beaten, and even murdered by their abusers, according to an investigation by the Sunday Mirror.

Just as with previous cases of mass sexual abuse of minors in Rotherham and Rochdale, British police, social workers, and city authorities in Telford reportedly took measures to cover up the crimes and the fact that their perpetrators were overwhelmingly of  “Asian” descent (Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, Indians, or Sri Lankans).

Although the Mirror report does not mention the religion of the alleged abusers, if the Telford case corresponds to the Rotherham and Rochdale incidents as closely it appears to, the Asian men are likely Muslims.

Conservative MP Lucy Allan, who represents Telford in the British Parliament, has called for a public inquiry into the allegations of systematic abuse: “There must now be an independent inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Telford so that our community can have absolute confidence in the authorities.”

Read more at Townhall


  1. This is disgraceful in the civilized nation of England. This is another case where folks need the freedom of gun rights. But oh no the folks don’t deserve to protect themselves from despots like the Muslims who are taking their nation over. These same despots will certainly be shot if they were to try the same here in our nation. So think twice a holes before trying the same here in the USA…

  2. 1000 girls?! This is disgraceful!! Need to start arresting, charging and convicting for the crimes of rape and prostitution NOW!!

  3. Lived there in ’06 &’07. Predicted
    what would happen to England in the near future.

    Study history folks…..It has happened before.

  4. Such a sick and sordid commentary on the nation of England. I hope there is a new awakening of the citizens of Great Briton to the point there is an overthrow of the scum that allows such to go on and the prosecution of those who are enjoying immunity now.

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