Anime Right News (ARN) — I thought Britain had reached rock bottom when they started imprisoning those who spoke out against the migrant crisis in the country, but it appears that they are capable of sinking even deeper.
The Omega Labyrinth Z anime game has been banned in the UK, as reported by the BBC on the 15th of March, 2018. Why? According to authorities, the game perpetuates the sexualization of children. In the game, players navigate the female characters through a string of challenges as they search for holy artifacts in caves under the academy. The girls featured in the game are around the teenager age, as reinforced by their voices and mannerisms.
This development comes in right on the heels of a massive sex scandal coverup in the UK. Hundreds of young girls in Telford were beaten, raped, sold, and even killed during the existence of this child sex slave ring that was actively covered up by authorities despite their knowledge of the incidents taking place. One victim, a young girl only 14 years of age, described the horrors she faced at the hands of refugee men while held hostage, including but not limited to, physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. Up to 1,000 children suffered in this scandal and authorities failed to act for over 40 years despite the repeated warnings of abuse by social workers.
The operation lured thousands of girls from ages as young as 11 to be drugged, raped and sold into sex slavery. Despite multiple warnings and the knowledge that events like this had previously occurred in Rochdale and Rotherham the higher-ups still failed to step in and stamp out the gangs for fear of being accused of racism. The Mirror launched an 18-month investigation into this atrocity and discovered that:
- Social workers knew of abuse in the 1990’s but police took a decade to launch a probe;
- Council staff viewed abused and trafficked children as “prostitutes” instead of victims, according to previously unseen files;
- Authorities failed to keep details of abusers from Asian communities for fear of “racism”;
- Police failed to investigate one recent case five times until an MP intervened;
- One victim said cops tried to stop her finding out why her abusers had not been prosecuted because they feared she would talk to us.
It is hypocritical of the British authorities to completely overlook over the horrific abuse of young children in their country for OVER 40 YEARS on MULTIPLE occasions by so-called “women and children” refugees who are supposed to “enhance our culture”, while banning a game that has little to no correlation with young men going out and kidnapping children to form sex slave rings. How long will this madness continue? How many children will be sacrificed on the altar of the false song of globalism before we wake up and take action against these heart-wrenching crimes being shoved under the rug by incompetent authorities? It is truly heart-breaking to learn of the abuse there young girls and children faced, and even more so of the emotions that their parents must be feeling, knowing that this event is purposefully being covered up by limp-wristed authorities for fear of the narrative being broken. The British government should be ashamed of themselves for not taking swift action, then covering up the ghastly rape and abuse of innocent children, and on top of that, letting the perpetrators of this crime go with minimal sentences.