Tuesday, 25 October 2011

The Two Stephens

On 13 November 1997, 20-year-old father-of-two, Stephen McLaughlin, died in hospital.

A murderous, 11-strong gang of Asians armed with cricket bats had attacked him two days before and left him lifeless in the street near his home in Preston.

At first, all eleven were charged with murder but, after Howard Bentham QC stated that 'honest, hardworking and law-abiding members of both communities in the town would be outraged if the sort of behaviour which occurred on the day was retold in court,' the Crown decided to drop all eleven murder charges so that the case would be less likely to become a cause-celebre.

I repeat: as a result of this altruistic concern for the feelings of the honest and the hardworking, murder charges against all of those involved in Stephen's death were dropped and Ziah Khan, Javed Khan and Asif Khan were allowed to plead guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter.

The rest walked.

Does this not bother you? Do you really think that dropping the murder charges against these people was a fine, considerate and socially generous thing to do? Do you really think that such atrocities as these are being routinely covered up for our benefit?

Or might such selfless establishment altruism have something to do with the fact that familiarity with such events would alert the British people to the true consequences of a universally detested immigration policy forced upon them for over five decades by a political elite who never gave a damn what the majority wanted?

This desire to 'protect' the British public from any knowledge of Stephen's terminal ordeal contrasts vividly with the ordeal that the most of us have had to endure at the hands of those who decided that the death of another Stephen should be perpetually rammed down our throats until such a time as those doing the ramming can feel certain that we've got message.

For those of you who haven't been paying attention, here is the message:

It is OK for 'honest, hardworking and law-abiding' people to be reminded ad nauseam of the death of a Stephen Lawrence at the hands of a white gang but 'honest, hardworking and law-abiding' people must never be allowed to know of the death of a Stephen McLaughlin at the hands of a black or Asian gang.

For those of you who haven't been paying attention, here is the motive behind the message:

The constant promotion of guilt, shame and ignorance within the poor, white, British herd is good. This considerably improves the chances that they will progress willingly into the slaughterhouse. On the other hand the exposure of elite machination and dishonesty is bad. If it were ever to become known that the theft of the birthright, pride, identity and heritage of the herd was meticulously planned-for then the herd would realise what was in store for them. The elite would, then, face a massive backlash from those they had treated with such genocidal intent.

It is, and always has been, WAR, ladies and gentlemen. WAR behind our backs, WAR whilst we were sleeping. WAR as we trusted our superiors to do the right thing by us. This, as we did all the work, made all the sacrifices and did our damnedest to stay alive in every WAR that they made for us to do the dying in.

Wake up, world.

Before THEY kill us all.


VICTIMS


Asim Rashid Showed no Remorse over Jayne's Death
Syed Raza doesn't want to serve any time for killing Michael Rowley and his son Jonathan!
Richard Ciborowski murdered Debbie Ryan
Christopher Howard left his 'best friend' to die
Double murderer, Stephen Mack, jailed for life
Darren Glen murdered by Denim Denver Rainford
Eddie Thompson murdered by Kallum Morris, Paul Stoby and Kieron Lawrence


Rogues' Gallery continued...

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