Do English Girls Matter At All?
A quick take on tensions in England relating to so-called asylum seekers
In recent weeks, there’s been a number of grassroots protests taking place across England against the soaring rates of immigration and the housing of ‘‘asylum seekers’’ in hotels across the country. According to The Guardian, there are currently 37,000 foreigners (primarily young men) being housed in hotels at the taxpayer’s expense, with far more being funneled into various other forms of accommodation.
I need not dwell too long on the numbers, this is not the Daily Mail, which seems to revel in rubbing the public’s nose in their own impotence. At the heart of these recent protests is the fear that English girls are being put in danger by the foreign men being located in their towns and villages.
The recent fiery but mainly peaceful protest in Knowsley, a village on Merseyside, was sparked after a foreign man approached and made advances toward a local girl. The video went viral online and the backlash against the housing of such people got underway. Unsurprisingly, this then resulted in mainstream condemnation and hysterics among the British intelligentsia, who blamed the ‘‘far right’’ for ‘‘stoking division’’.
I happened to catch a live stream of Owen Jones, who appears to have hit the wall, both in appearance and in terms of his career. Jones made the somewhat dubious claim that racists had always used the safety of women as a justification for being racist — citing the Klu Klux Klan lynching black men as an example. You’ll notice what is being done here by this dishonest framing. We’ve gone from locals being aggravated by the government forcing men on them who’re trying it on with their underage daughters, to comparisons to the KKK without pausing for a breath.
Jones's response was typical of the mainstream reaction. Despite the thousands of replies to tweets and comments under newspaper articles screaming at them that ‘‘we can’t go on like this!’’ the journalists had been fed their narrative — only racists and the far right would protest against foreign men being housed in hotels. Not so much as a shred of empathy or understanding was shown to either the locals, or their daughters.
If anything, the viral video of the girl being approached was an extreme outlier or, well, white men do that too. This is to say, there is no pattern of English schoolgirls being sexually abused or put in danger by asylum seekers.
That same weekend, another story emerged from Kent. This time, a schoolgirl had been gang raped by Afghan teenage boys:
“Four boys were arrested as part of the investigation and have since been released on bail while enquiries continue.”
According to The Times, a source close to the case said three boys aged 13, 15 and 16 allegedly pinned the girl down and kept “lookout” while a fourth, aged 15, raped her.
According to the newspaper, the boys are understood to be Afghan nationals who arrived in the UK by small boat last year.
They are said to now attend the school along with the victim.
The Home Office declined to comment.
What I found so fascinating about the proximity of the two stories is that the first is reinforced by the second. That, as every journalist and politician of the land was condemning the ‘‘far right’’ for the unfounded blaming of asylum seekers for sexually assaulting young girls, their fears and anger have been revealed to be fully justified and not at all based on falsehoods.
Furthermore, due to the nature of social media, journalists and politicians were made fully aware of the Kent rape story. They ignored it, of course, because the narrative runs counter to their own. We casually throw around such phrases as ‘‘narrative’’ these days, but what exactly is a narrative in the context of political and cultural discourse?
By narrative, what we mean is a story. The British media and political class have wrapped the issue of asylum seekers within a story of their own creation. That story goes something like this:
The world is a dangerous place full of war, persecution, and torture. Britain is a safe-haven with a long history of offering safety to those fleeing these brutalities. Men, women, children, families journey through all manner of hardships to reach our blessed plot where they can finally live in freedom and contribute to our economy and way of life as one of us.
To point out that the people arriving are almost entirely young men, and that they aren’t fleeing war or torture, is to debunk the story, like pointing out that Santa Claus isn’t real. To draw attention to these young men sexually abusing English girls, after the natives expressly said they were unhappy with the presence of the foreigners, is to have Santa suffocate to death in the chimney on Christmas Eve.
The safety and well-being of English girls stand at odds with their narrative, and they all know it. Secretly, buried and hidden from their inner monologue, they know it.
Standard practice in an article such as this one is for me now to list off names of towns and cities such as Rotherham, Oxford, Telford and Rochdale. In actual fact, it continues across the entire country. There have been multiple reports and even documentaries filmed and books written about it.
You can analyze it from multiple perspectives, there’s a politically correct narrative that needs to be enforced. There is a more realist approach, wherein the migrant men become clients of Power — with the white British being caught in the middle of the high-low vs middle pincer of De Jouvenel. There’s Ed Dutton’s ‘‘Spiteful Mutant’’ theory, in this case, those who advocate for their homelands being repopulated with foreigners are dysgenic detritus brought about by a decadent civilization.
Regardless of your interpretation, what is being demanded of the British public is that they look the other way as English girls are put in harm’s way. Squealer Jones looked the other way when the Kent story broke, instantly debunking his take on events from the previous day.
Or perhaps my analysis here is incorrect. In that case, how exactly am I supposed to interpret what the journalistic class and the politicians are actually doing? How do they want me to process and internalize the housing of 10,000s of young foreign men in hotels? Is such a policy not objectively ludicrous? When I then read reports of these men sexually assaulting native girls, is being infuriated by that not just what we once called ‘‘normal’’?
Apparently not, what would in a sane society be thought of as normal is now ‘‘Far Right’’ and to be condemned. And that leads to another question, namely, do English girls matter at all?
I'll be a little quiet over the next week as I'm taking my first break away for years (and years) but hopefully I'll return from my trip with some fresh perspectives and perhaps an off the cuff video or two.
Do English girls matter? Yes, of course - it's very important to the ruling order that such assaults continue and even escalate. This humiliates the helots, reminding them of their place at the bottom of the social order, and thereby contributes to the maintenance of that social order.
When English boys so much as complain about these outrages in plain language, this provides pretext for police harassment under hate speech laws, further reinforcing their chandalah status.
When the collaborator class participate in the polite fiction that such abuses are not taking place at all, or that protests against them are motivated by amorphous 'hate' rather than righteous indignation at criminal abuse, the self-contempt they feel at the bottom of their bought souls chews away at them a little bit more each time. More humiliation, this time in the middle class.
None of this would be possible without English girls.
So yes - English girls matter a great deal.