Monday, 30 June 2008

Going through the motions

I do not know why I bother to post this kind of news any more. You regular readers know how the colonisers are cleansing the streets of young white males.

Now the following news story does not report the colour of the victim but again the attackers are "Asian", the code word for turnips from hell. And who else hunts in packs except jackals, hyenas and Moslems?

Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen an attack on a 14 year old boy in Wolverton nearly a month ago.

Officers say that the boy was walking along an alleyway which leads to the Dixie Chicken restaurant on Stratford Road at about 4pm on June 4 when he was attacked by a group of five or six Asian youths.

He was punched and kicked before managing to run away where he asked an elderly Asian man for help.

Anyone with information can contact Milton Keynes police station via the 24 hour emergency number, 0845 8 505 505, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

Perhaps some of you Dhimmi sheep who continue to vote for the Lib/Lab/con alliance will wake up, put your hands down your pants and find your balls and start to fight back when it is your son who is assaulted. Somehow I doubt it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I had the misfortune to watch a BBC made documentary about Richard the Lionheart and Saladin. I couldnt believe how once sided it was, the producers and onscreen advisore (some white) going to great lengths to portray Saladin as a benevolent mercifull and tolerant person (similar to what they do with most coloured actors really), while grudgingly admitting that Richard was a great warrior (albeit racked with self doubt) and nothing else positive. Even my daughter who has had years of pc brainwashing from school agreed that the whole emphasis of the programme was to promote Islam in a good light. Any educational content was lost through its blatant undressed propaganda. I hope one day the traitors and dhimmis within the media are brought to task for their actions, hopefully at the hands of those they previously adulated.