This fictional story comes from reading of the horrors of what happened in the city of Rotherham…what happened—and according to some, still happening, and still on an industrial scale, and not just Rotherham but other UK cities and throughout much of Western Europe.
In this, Book 7 of the “Daughters” human trafficking series, Emma Forbes (now 22) is the continuing main character throughout the series. Her little foster sister, Fayanne, now 11 (Book 4) has taken up with Facebook (which Emma has not, not seriously at least) and begins reading of the plight of the many young girls of the UK, and brings it to Emma’s attention. Emma tries to explain that the UK is way out of her territory. Fayanne’s response: “But isn’t this what you and the others do?” Yes. So the two of them look further into it and Emma decides to go far from home to a foreign land and try to help.
So began a trip to the United Kingdom. Emma is a figment of my imagination. But it gives me pause to send her to a foreign land, into what could be dangerous.
Emma will share the viewpoint in this story with two other young girls, Nadia and Hannah.
Nadia, 14, is based on a video narrated by a British girl who survived nearly unbelievable horrors first from a close relative and then the Muslim grooming for prostitution gangs.
Hannah, 18, is based on an article describing why British girls take up with, marry Muslim men, and join the Islamic religion…all to escape the party scene.
Lexy, 8 (no viewpoint) is based on a 3-minute video (her face blanked out) where she describes being bullied and threatened by young Muslim men/boys every day after school when the girls are trying to go home.
Hayley, 9 (no viewpoint) is purely fictional.
Myra, 9 (no viewpoint and Hayley’s friend) is purely fictional.
Tawney, 8, (no viewpoint.) In this fictional story she is Nadia’s little sister, and does not appear.
The other characters are listed in the back.
Some of the information about Islam—in order to be as correct as possible—was taken from internet news stories.
There is no good ending for this story.
For the people of the UK, the only good ending is a mass deportation of the massive Islamic invasion, or a more accurate word: hijrah: mass immigration which becomes an invasion. With the runaway child-production by Muslims, in just one more generation the Muslims could begin changing the rules drastically, which will mean the end of the United Kingdom.
Brexit can help, if the British people can hold onto it, which will encourage other nations to leave the not-elected-by-the-people, defuncting, EU.
For the true story of what’s happening in Europe (including UK) please take a look at this link: The Kalergi Plan:
As for the fictional Emma, her trip accomplished very little. She did feel she had helped five girls, but how much? Not much. Nine-year-old Hayley will go to a foster home. Myra has as good a home as most British girls, but will she continue to stay there? No way to know. Eight-year-old Lexy very likely has a good home and good parents. Homeschooling is a good option to remove her from the nearly daily Muslim bullying at her school, but will Lexy go for the idea? Again, no way to know, and what about Lexy’s girlfriends? They now would have to face the Muslim bullies without Lexy’s leadership. Tawny, Nadia’s eight-year-old sister, will go to a foster home, when a good one can be found.
Emma knew very little—actually nothing—about foster care in the United Kingdom, but if it is similar to much of the foster care in America, there is no reason to cheer. Basically, if a child is lucky, he or she will have a safe place to grow up, but how many will experience a good loving relationship with the new parents?
Finally, fourteen-year-old Nadia, separated from her little sister, no formal education, barely able to read and write and viciously damaged from the molestation and rape by first her father, then her father’s friends, finally the short stay with a Muslim prostitution gang.
For Emma, leaving Nadia—basically abandoning her—was the very, very, worst!
The five girls are only a tiny drop in the bucket of the thousands of British girls bullied, abducted, raped, beaten, drugged, prostituted, and ignored by a British leadership frightened of offending the Muslim invaders.
The United Kingdom, also, is just a tiny drop in the bucket of rape and prostitution. The whole of Western Europe is under siege by the invasion of Islam, and possibly even more fearful of offending the Muslim invaders.
Two good things did happen. Colin Webb, journalist, will write a story—including Emma’s story—and Christopher Nicholas, attorney, will help him get it published in an appropriate medium. Ms. Varga learned a lot and will use it on her website, to hopefully help more girls in the United Kingdom and all Europe, plus other parts of the world because her readers come from every continent.
About college girl Hannah, we will never know what happens to her. She was unwilling to deny her Muslim boyfriend—and he did offer her a party-free life—but she likely will/would find, eventually, that what she—as a Western-raised woman—gets in a Muslim country will not be what she maybe was expecting and hoping for, even in a so-called ‘moderate’ Muslim country like Tunisia.
At some point do girls marrying Muslims even cut off contact with family…or maybe the husband cuts it off????
Political correctness (PC) two words—it seems—has the whole so-called civilized world in a tizzy.