The evidence to the contrary is mounting up, yet the authorities seem very reluctant to accept that they have a problem on their hands - after all, they are far too busy celebrating diversity and persecuting decent people for heinous offences such as standing up for themselves if attacked or feeding the ducks.
I can't say I'm hugely surprised - Dewsbury was the home town of a Muslim who escaped jail for sexually assaulting a young woman he met on a bus "because he was sexually inexperienced", an excuse the judge found perfectly reasonable.
The main problem seems to be in Savile Town. In August, The Lambeth Walk reported two very serious incidents from this area which were ignored by the national press - a large Muslim gang stoning a bus on at least two occasions, and three white boys being attacked by a gang for daring to walk through Savile Town.
Now, we have two more incidents which emanate from that area:
POLICE have insisted that Savile Town is not a “no-go area” despite two more reported attacks over the weekend.
On Saturday night a white teenage boy was attacked and beaten by a gang of Asians, some wearing masks.
The victim, thought to be about 18, was walking in Savile Road, near the old cricket ground, when he was followed by a gang of about 10 Asian youths, all wearing hoodies.
A couple driving past saw the gang following the boy and became suspicious.
By the time they had turned round the victim had been knocked to the ground and was being kicked.
The woman, aged 41, and her partner, who is 44, forced the attackers to run off.
The victim, who was bleeding from the nose, didn’t want to report the attack but the couple insisted on calling police. Officers arrived quickly and took the boy home.
The woman, who lives in Thornhill Lees, said the boy told them the gang had followed him and told him to “run”.
When he tried to ignore them they came after him and one said: “No one walks through Savile Town.”
The woman said: “If we hadn’t stopped I don’t know what would have happened.
“We wanted to make sure it was reported to the police and put down as a racist attack because that was what it was.”
That attack happened at 9.10pm on Saturday and at 4.10pm on Sunday police were called to reports of Asian youths throwing stones at passing cars in Savile Road.
Andy Cutler, 36, of Thornhill, told how his car was targeted by the yobs. He pulled up and phoned police.
While he did so another driver, also white, stopped and said the same had happened to him.
“They were just targeting white drivers,” said Mr Cutler. “As far as I’m concerned it’s racist and it needs to be reported.”
Indeed, Mr Cutler. After all, what's good for the goose...
The week before these two incidents, a 45 year old man called Robert Dyson was beaten and left nrusing cuts and bruises by a "gang of Asian youths" in Savile Town.
Before that, 14 year old Joseph Haigh was attacked with a brick and a screwdriver by a large "Asian" gang screaming racial abuse about white people, before being left for dead. Naturally, the police didn't think there was a racial motive:
A TEENAGE boy was knocked unconscious with a house brick, stabbed with a screwdriver and “left for dead” in a vicious race attack.
Joseph Haigh, 14, was savagely beaten by the gang of up to 15 Asian youths in Thornhill on Friday night.
The gang hurled racist abuse at him, constantly referring to the colour of his skin, yet police refused to classify the attack as racially-motivated.
Joseph’s dad Jonathan, 42, of Thornhill, said: “It was a racist attack.
“They were calling him ‘white trash’ and white this, that and the other.
“This is why people are angry about what is happening in this country.
“If it had been an attack by whites on an Asian lad it would have been a definite race attack. When it’s the other way round they don’t want to know.”
Joseph was out with his friends at around 9pm on Friday near Thornhill’s Rectory Park when the gang of Asians, said to be aged 18-20, came at them.
Joseph’s friends scattered and Joseph tried to make off on his bike, only to be confronted by one of the thugs who smashed him in the head with half a brick.
Mr Haigh, a lorry driver, told how that blow knocked his son unconscious and he instinctively put his hands over his face to protect himself.
Another youth lunged at him with a screwdriver while others kicked and punched him about the head.
Mr Haigh said: “They went to stab him in the face and it was only because he had his hands up that they missed.
“He was stabbed in one hand, his other hand was broken and a cut on his forehead was down to the bone.
“If they had hit him a bit harder with the house brick they could have killed him.
“They just left him for dead.”
Joseph’s teeth were also badly damaged and he may lose a tooth. His teeth were wired and he needed specialist treatment at the trauma unit at Leeds General Infirmary.
One of Joseph’s friends raised the alarm and when Mr Haigh arrived his son was laid out in a bus shelter covered in blood.
Joseph’s bike was also missing and was believed to have been stolen by the gang.
Joseph was off school all week and tensions were said to be running high at Thornhill Community Science College.
“It’s shocking what’s happened,” said Mr Haigh. “I have lived in Thornhill all my life and there were fights between whites and Asians 20 years ago. But this wasn’t braying someone and giving them a black eye, it was a vicious attack.
“You don’t go out with a house brick and a screwdriver if you’re not going to seriously hurt someone.”
Mr Haigh, who has a wife Stacey, 40, and another son James, 19, said he wanted out of Dewsbury.
“It used to be a good, thriving town but Dewsbury has got nothing to offer us anymore.”
A police spokesman said the initial police report had not classified the attack as racially-motivated but inquiries were continuing.
Well, the police have now gone to the "Asian community" and asked for assistance (whilst demonstrating who actually controls large parts of the town) - and they were obviously pleased when their actions paid dividends, and they were able to make five arrests.
So pleased, in fact, that they immediately released three of the suspects on bail!
Two of the men were charged with being involved in the attack on Robert Dyson, and appeared in court - only to be released on bail again, despite refusing to enter pleas:
Sohail Hussain, 18, and 20-year-old Ali Mushtaq both appeared from custody at Batley and Dewsbury Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
They were charged with a racially-aggravated assault on Robert Dyson in Savile Road, Savile Town, on Friday October 23.
Hussain, of Headfield Road, Savile Town, was also charged with carrying a knuckle duster. No pleas were entered.
Mushtaq, of Deighton, Huddersfield, and Hussain were both released on conditional bail until a committal hearing on December 30.
So, despite the reassurances of Dewsbury police, it probably is best to avoid these areas if at all possible - we all know that even if caught and convicted, the culprits will not be punished, and the national media don't care about these incidents either - because the are the wrong sort of racist.