Sympathy for victims of grooming gangs should stop entirely if the child is brown, confirm morons

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Shamima Begum is undeserving of any sympathy whatsoever, according to precisely the sort of person you are picturing this morning.

Begum, now 23, was groomed as a 15-year-old girl and persuaded to travel to Syria before marrying a Dutch ISIS fighter. Literally nothing in that sentence ISN’T grooming.

“Yeah, I get that,” lied Simon Williams, who is usually more than happy to share his concerns about child grooming; mainly via posts accompanied with captions such as “send em back”.

“Thing is though, right. The thing is… she wasn’t REALLY a child, was she? I mean fifteen… y’know… that’s basically an adult.

“Plus y’know… she LOOKS dodgy, doesn’t she? You know what I mean? Yeah, you do… come on.

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“We can’t let her back in. End of.”

Human, Hayley Rice, said, “Err…OK.

“I’m not sure why sexually and psychologically abused British white girls are ‘victims’ but sexually and psychologically abused British girls of Bangladeshi descent are somehow ‘definitely not victims’.

“…I mean, the obvious conclusion would be that Simon is a bit of a racist, but I’d hate to be rude.

“Shamima Begum was groomed as a child to join a terrorist organisation, marry a man at the age of 15 and then gave birth to several children, all of which have died.

“That’s more or less a textbook definition of grooming, which these people are usually really quite concerned about.

“If a white girl had been through all that before the age of 20, then I’m pretty sure we’d be looking at universal sympathy.

“But she’s a Bangladeshi-British girl with a headscarf on. So ‘sod her’ seems to be the consensus, which is obviously wrong in a civilised society.

“Plus – and I can’t believe I have to say this – NO ONE is absolving her of all blame in any crimes she may have committed; they are merely arguing that as a British-born citizen, she should be brought back to face trial for her alleged crimes, where the evidence can be presented and challenged in court – rather than being declared universally guilty of all charges in a poorly-constructed meme shared by that kid from school who used to eat the crayons.”