Category Archives: omertà

Omertà of the Mohammedan convicts

Bourhan Hraichie

Bourhan Hraichie

Men don’t need ideology to be psychopathic sadists, writes Dalrymple, but it may help.

Against the interpretation of Bourhan Hraichie’s attack on Michael O’Keefe

as a manifestation of purely personal sadism is his previously expressed support for the Islamic State — a case of elective affinity, no doubt.

The Mid North Coast Correctional Centre in Aldavilla, outside Kemsey

The Mid North Coast Correctional Centre in Aldavilla, outside Kemsey

There is also the fact that

no one in the cells nearest to Hraichie called the guards on their emergency bells for fear of retaliation by Hraichie and his acolytes.

In other words,

there was a powerful group of prisoners in the jail who thought and felt as Hraichie did, or would at least obey his orders. The Islamists are thus a kind of prison Mafia, with their own version of omertà.

Omertà and the Muslims

Because of their high rates of consanguineous marriage, writes Dalrymple,

Muslim children have relatively high rates of serious genetic conditions, about which a kind of omertà has long prevailed, though it is not uniquely medical. In my experience, school inspectors never inquire as to why Muslim girls go missing from school for long periods, though I have known white parents prosecuted because their refractory adolescent child failed to attend school as the law required for only short periods.

Screen Shot 2015-01-22 at 22.37.55The same kind of omertà

was surely one reason for the shameful disregard shown by the police in Rotherham of the systematic sexual abuse of young white girls by Muslim men there—though whether the police were more afraid of Muslim reaction or accusations of racism in the liberal press is uncertain.

Forced marriage

is common among the Muslims, though it is difficult because of social secrecy to estimate just how common. Certainly I was able to recognize a pattern among my young Muslim female patients, down to the withholding of their passports when they returned ‘home’ to Pakistan, aged between 15 and 20, to marry their first cousin in their ‘home’ village. Resignation to their fate merged by degrees into consent; all of them knew of honour killings of young women such as themselves, which exerted the same psychological effect as lynching did on blacks in the American South.