This is an interesting story and I look forward to see if and how it develops.
About a hundred angry Asian(that word again) adults tried to break through police lines to enter into a school where two of their youths are said to have been attacked earlier this week.
Asian parents held meetings in local mosques and a community centre after the attack, with feelings reported to be running high.And the police of course have been quick to react and are expecting charges to be brought soon. Shame they were not so quick to react to the attack on Henry Webster when they first tried to cover up that case until the BNP started to make a fuss.
"This is the latest in a series of tit-for-tat incidents between white and Asian students - they have been going on for months,"
Another parent, and a former pupil at the school when it was Waltheof Secondary, said both Asian and white pupils had been hurt in incidents which went back years - and which were usually ignored or overlooked by the authorities.Well East is East and West is West and like oil and water just do not mix. Another Asian parent points us to the future.
The feeling in the community is this sort of thing just keeps happening and nothing is done, so people then talk about reprisals.Like I said, we shall have wait and see. Of course when these children grow up they may well have deal with another kind of fighting. The kind we saw in Kosovo.