These men see the girls - the future of our country - as a commodity to be used up and then discarded.
TWO girls were abducted from social services care by older men, who plied them with ecstasy and alcohol and had sex with them.
Zulfar Hussain, 46, from Blackburn, and Qaiser Naveed, 32, from Burnley, were both jailed for five years and eight months for "exploiting" the vulnerable under 16s.
The first lived at a children's home in Lancashire and the second had been placed with foster parents but - because of her persistent truancy - she was moved to a children's home in Wales.
The girls had become involved in sexual relationships with Hussain and Naveed - and they would often spend the night together at a house in Walter Street, Blackburn.
Mr Taylor said months later the first girl was picked up by Naveed and Hussain in the latter's BMW. The alarm was raised by social services after the girl was reported missing from her children's home.
Sally Barnes, a social services team leader, obtained a mobile phone number for Hussain and informed the men that the girl was under 16 and was officially missing, the court was told.
Hussain and Naveed were driving to Wales with the youngster, to pick up the second girl at an Asda store but the pair insisted that the girls were not with them, said Mr Taylor.
After they travelled back to Blackburn, Naveed had sex with the first girl on the back seat of the car while the second girl remained in the front of the vehicle with Hussain.
The girls were given ecstasy tablets throughout the night by the two men, along with alcohol, the court was told.
The BMW eventually ended up at the house in Walter Street. and while Naveed spent time with another older teenage girl, who they had picked up in Burnley, Hussain went on to have sex with the second girl.
Later she told police that she had felt uncomfortable about having sex with him and had called out to her friend because she was afraid of him.
Hussain, of Cowell Way, Blackburn, and Naveed, of Colne Road, Burnley, admitted abducting a child, sexual activity with the same child and supplying the youngsters with ecstasy.
They were ordered to sign the sex offender's register for life and banned for life from associating with girls aged under 16 for life.
The court heard that the immigration authorities were currently making efforts to deport Naveed, but not in relation to the current case.
Of course, if these cases are mentioned at all in the national press, the men are always described as "Asian". What no one will focus on is the fact that these crimes are only partly (if at all) racial; they are, in the main, driven by ideology.
An ideology, in fact, which delcares that anyone who does not subscribe to it is at best only partially human, and can be treated as such without compunction.
This ideology is, of course, Islam.
These sorts of crimes are committed wherever one finds substantial numbers of Muslim men interacting with non-Muslim women; many such cases seem to take place in India and sub-Saharan Africa, and usually involve forced conversion - they are not only a way of humiliating non-Muslims, but also a form of "recruitment".
It's only very, very recently that it's been deemed acceptable to mention such things in the national press at all, so it's probably not surprising that people who rely on it for their information are treated to a (very) sanitised version.
At the moment I'm more interested in just how leniently these monsters are treated even when caught and convicted:
That's correct - he still has "rights".
A HEARING has taken place into whether a convicted paedophile from Pakistan should be allowed to stay in the UK.
Zulfar Hussain, 48, was jailed in August 2007, for abducting underage girls in Blackburn and Burnley and sexually exploiting them.
He was placed in an immigration removal centre earlier this year and was set to be deported.
However, he won an appeal which allowed him to remain and potentially return to Blackburn to live with his wife and children.
The Home Office appealed the decision and Hussain, formerly of Cowell Way, Blackburn, has remained locked up pending a final decision.
A spokesman for the UK Borders Agency confirmed his hearing had taken place on Wednesday and that a result was expected in two to three weeks.
Hussain and his co-accused, Qaiser Naveed, 34, formerly of Colne Road, Burnley, were convicted of child abduction, sexual activity with a child and supplying youngsters with heroin.
Naveed did not oppose his deportation and has returned to Pakistan after serving half his five-year, eight-month sentence.
Hussain’ successful appeal against deportation was based on his ‘right to a family life’ as he had lived in Blackburn with his family for 10 years.
Despite the fact he was jailed for 5 years and 8 months in 2007 and has already been deemed to have served his time; despite what he did to British children in order to satisfy his own perverted lust.
As always, what about the rights of his victims? What about the rights of the decent British people he and his kind live off?
But of course, we count for even less to the people currently in charge of this country than we do to the likes of Hussain.
We'll carry on funding his appeals and the government's appeals, even as more predators slip in or carry on uncaught and nice people like David Cameron and Nick Clegg assure us that diversity is strength and anyone who feels otherwise is mentally ill.
I sometimes wonder if there's any hope for this country at all.