He has been a reporter and editor at several suburban newspapers in the Atlanta and Charlotte, North Carolina, areas and also served as managing editor of Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh, North Carolina.
His latest book is "Stealth Invasion: Muslim Conquest Through Immigration And Resettlement Jihad." In Britain, they call it “sex grooming.” In the Netherlands, they’re called “Lover Boys.” But the phenomenon is the same.
It’s a cover-up.” Between 19 there was virtually no mention in the British media of the problem with grooming gangs.
“In Britain people just keep talking about Rotheram and 1,400 victims because, to them, it’s just one town,” Mc Loughlin told WND. When you say it’s multiple towns and between 100,000 and 350,000 victims, it’s just so big you can’t take it in.” Up until four years ago most Brits couldn’t place Rotherham on a map, he said. In one area of northeast England, in and around Newcastle, 44 men were charged. There have been more than 200 convictions so far in cities across the country, but Mc Loughlin says this likely amounts to less than 1 percent of the Muslim men who were involved.“And if the same is true in the other towns, and they all don’t publish anything about it, then it’s like the problem doesn’t exist.” But they can’t claim ignorance now.Mc Loughlin’s 130,000 words of documentation, photographs, scanned documents and end notes stand as a huge obstacle between the willfully ignorant and the truth.And the same type of gangs have been operating in dozens of cities across the United Kingdom, as well as in Muslim areas of the Netherlands and Sweden.“In 2008 one of the policing agencies having to do with sex trafficking commissioned a 20-minute educational video to be shown to school girls to show how the gangs operate,” Mc Loughlin told WND.