By Simon Darby-Plenty of people this morning are asking about the literal whitewash that is the report into the organised rape of British children by Muslim paedophiles.
A "coincidence" we are told, "gangs" and the aspect of white victimhood purely down to the fact we are still a majority.
If anyone would offer such a pitiful collection of excuses and cover-ups in the case of Stephen Lawrence they would quite likely face a race trial themselves. Yet those people moaning and whining about the double standards should ask themselves how on earth we got into this mess into the first place - because they voted for it.
To emphasise this point, here's an exchange just 48 hours ago showing just what happens in the House of Commons.
You might have thought that a Conservative MP in the north west of England might have other priorities in the circumstances.
In effect it's like saying the suffering of English children and their parents is inconsequential but the negative effect on the perpetrator community is a very important matter indeed.
Andrew Stephenson (Conservative - Pendle):To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what recent representations she has received on recording Islamophobia as a separate category of hate crime; and if she will make a statement.
Mr Jeremy Browne (LibDem -Minister of Crime Prevention in the Home Office):The Government is committed to improving the recording of all hate crimes. We recently published the first set of Official Statistics on hate crimes recorded by the police, which included those crimes motivated by religious hatred.
Some police forces capture data on hate crimes against particular faith groups for intelligence purposes, and we would encourage this where it reflects local priorities.
However, we also strive to strike the right balance between recording crime to the appropriate national level of detail and imposing new burdens on the police, and as a result have no current plans to mandate that forces have in place specific systems to separately record hate crimes against particular faith groups.