LOCAL ELECTIONS 2018: UKIP Leading The Charge Against Grooming Gangs And Politically Correct Labour
To the anger and embarrassment of its residents, Rochdale has become notorious for the activities of Pakistani Muslim grooming gangs that have operated openly on its streets. Court proceedings, TV documentaries, journalists’ articles and social media have told the story of the racially-motivated religiously-sanctioned rape and abuse of vulnerable under-age English girls in the town. The story is ugly beyond belief.
The anger and embarrassment were compounded last Thursday when the report was published of an independent Inquiry into the pedophile abuse of boys by Rochdale’s then MP, Cyril Smith, and others, at two residential establishments in the town during the 70s and 80s.
A common denominator between the historic abuse of boys and the current abuse of girls is that Rochdale authorities have certainly known what is happening but decided to look the other way. They did nothing, they failed in their duty of care, and as a consequence, hundreds of young lives have been wrecked.
UKIP’s gutsy Rochdale, Heywood & Middleton branch, led by branch chairman Lee Seville, has decided to take on the Labour Party – which runs and dominates Rochdale town hall – over the issue. Grooming gangs have flourished while politically-correct Labour has turned a blind eye, so UKIP is now campaigning forcefully against the party in the current local elections.
The branch campaign was launched last Thursday, when leaders of the football lads (the Democratic Football Lads’ Alliance) and veterans (Veterans Against Terrorism) held a noisy but peaceful 100-strong demo outside Rochdale town hall to protest against the authority’s failure to act. Gerard Batten and Lee Seville were both invited to address the crowd, and this kick-started UKIP’s election efforts in the borough.
If you too are angry about the grooming gangs that flourish in politically-correct Labour-controlled towns up and down the country, come to Rochdale where we’re focussing on the issue and help kick that party where it hurts – in the ballot box. We reckon there’s a realistic chance of causing a political earthquake across Rochdale and beyond by knocking some ineffectual Labour councillors off their perch and getting the first-ever Rochdale UKIP councillors elected in their place.
The branch is holding an action day this Saturday, 21st April. We will be delivering the UKIP grooming gang leaflet (UKIP-Grooming-A5) to voters in the target wards.
Come and join us!
Rochdale, Heywood & Middleton Action Day: Saturday 21st April
Meeting point: Ring O’Bells Inn car park, St Leonard’s Street, Middleton, Manchester M24 6DJ
Time: 10.00am start, and then campaigning all day. Arrive as early as you can.
Dress: If available, bring your UKIP rosettes, scarves, flags and other UKIP regalia in order to make a high-profile splash!
Contact: Email email@example.com if you are coming, and tell us:
(i) your likely time of arrival;
(ii) the number of activists in your group; and
(iii) your mobile number. You will be given an Action Day mobile number to contact us as necessary.