Those who think that political correctness is only a harmless absurdity perpetrated by intellectuals will soon be laughing on the other side of their face when they read this book.
-- Theodore Dalrymple, author of Threats of Pain and Ruin and Out Into the Beautiful World.
How does a nation commit suicide? Peter McLoughlin's Easy Meat is a harrowing step-by-step chronicle of how Britain is doing just that, by sacrificing its girls to the idols of multiculturalism and political correctness. McLoughlin lays out in heart-wrenching detail how British officials abandoned thousands of unfortunate girls to the depredations of Muslim rape gangs who were inspired and motivated by Islamic teachings on the treatment of infidel women, and did nothing to save them for fear of being called "racist" and "Islamophobic." Young girls and women are the future of any nation; what Britain has done to its own has condemned it to a future of chaos, civil war, and slavery. Peter McLoughlin has done an invaluable service in laying out exactly how it all happened. May this important book serve as a cautionary tale for nations that are still free.
-- Robert Spencer, author of the bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) and The Truth About Muhammad.
A non-Islamic society which allows its young women and girls to be raped, beaten and treated as literal war-booty by Muslim males is a society teetering on the brink of irrelevance. A non-Islamic society which goes out of its way to suppress the truth behind the Islamic gang-rape scandal and which actively sides against the non-Muslim victims is a society on the brink of extinction. Peter McLoughlin s forensic research details how evils once considered unthinkable and impossible have now became a routine part of everyday life in towns and cities across Great Britain. Mr McLoughlin s majestic investigative work joins all the dots from the life and teachings of the Muslim Prophet Muhammed through to the suicidal moral and cultural relativism of the Politically Correct West. He skewers all who need to be skewered; the politicians, the social workers, the journalists, the police and the media all who contrived to cover up the most wicked crime of the century lest it give credence to the political right who had been warning of just such terrible crimes for the last two decades. Although this book concentrates primarily on the grooming/rape issues, it serves an equally important role in reminding us that we are in a cultural battle for the continuation of Western civilisation and that time is rapidly running out if we wish to overturn the PC establishment before it takes us all down with it. Bravo Mr McLoughlin!
-- Paul Weston, chairman of Liberty GB and leader of Pegida UK.--New English Review