Saturday, 11 April 2015

How's That 'No Consequences' Justice Working Out, Progressives?

Lancashire:
An alcohol-fuelled 14-year-old boy "allowed to run wild" killed a father-of-two in an unprovoked street attack after wishing him "Happy New Year", a court has heard.
Kyle Major followed his victim who had just asked his group of friends for directions and felled him from behind with a punch to the back of the head.
London:
A mother wept in court as one of the youngest children to plead guilty to murder was locked up at the Old Bailey for a minimum of 11 years.
The 13-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to stabbing 53-year-old Christopher Barry twice in the chest outside his home in Edmonton, north London, on December 14 last year.
The parallels are unnerving.
The court heard that Major, of Devonshire Road, had consumed six bottles of Budweiser lager and a quarter of a bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey on the night. He regularly drank to excess and was also an habitual user of cannabis.
The teenager already had seven previous convictions for non-violent offences such as burglary and theft. He had been under the supervision of a youth offending team since December 2013 following various court orders but his response was said to have been "poor" and he was described in reports as acting in "a reckless and carefree manner" with no regard to the consequences to himself or others.
Probably because for him there really were no consequences. Just as there were none for the London feral:
The court heard the boy had been a member of a Wood Green gang since he was just 10 and had been excluded from a school after receiving a police warning for carrying a knife on its premises.
Both men were ordinary decent members of the public. Because these ferals so vary rarely kill the likes of Frances Crook or Camila Batmanghelidjh,

Eloi who see to it that they never have to face the Morlocks they excuse and sympathise and weep over.

11 comments:

Flaxen Saxon said...

Some folk are simply bad. Let us face the fact in a civilised society. They will never be rehabilitated, assimilated and made whole. For our protection they need to be removed from society, permanently. Personally, I'd put a bullet in the back of the head. But that's just me......

Rightwinggit said...

You ain't alone.

Ted Treen said...

Yes, some folk are just born bad:- but the most dangerous to the rest of us are those who venerate these ferals and rail against and prevent, them receiving any meaningful consequences for their actions.

Ed P said...

How does a 14 year old have access to such quantities of alcohol without collusion by his parent(s)? Some responsibility and (hopefully prison) penalty must rest with the producer of this oxygen thief.
Go one step further than FS's bullet and start producing Soylent Green (100% Chav: "Only the worst goes into our filthy protein shakes").

Anonymous said...

With O/T apologies

Fatty E Claire, head of the Met's 'proffesional' standards, told Sky News that she may personally investigate the lack of plod response to many alerts and reports of burglar alarms triggered during the marathon Hatton Garden heist. "If she can be arsed."

Anonymous said...

You don't need to apologise Melvin,we know you are a one-topic obsessive with no life.
I thought this case would feature on here. The police get called to alarms all the time,I can't remember the last time one was actually triggered by burglars and not by the wind/footballs/cleaners etc etc. If you read the story properly a security guard had already checked the property as well.If the police had attended do you think we have keys to get in and look around?From the outside nothing would have seemed amiss.
And your job is.......(insert here).....tumbleweed...?
Jaded

Anonymous said...

I would suggest that both murderers will be out of custody after about 5 years of so, i.e. before their 20th birthdays as they will automatically have half of their sentence reduced for good behaviour as soon as they pass through the gates of their HMP - such is British justice. In the meantime, the families of the victims will continue their life sentence of grief and loss - such is British Justice. The taxpayer will then contribute to the accommodation and benefit costs of the offenders for as long as they live, or continue to be parasites of society, plus those of their ever so caring and mentoring families. Makes you proud to be British, doesn't it?
Penseivat

Anonymous said...

Born to hang. Pity the handwringers have removed that option.

Anonymous said...

Well does anyone think things are ever going to get any better? An ever growing white underclass with a massive sense of entitlement going back at least 3 generations, kept in guzzling coke and crisps and watching a full sky package inc sports and movies by the ever increasing council tax paid by you and I while enforcement and recovery activity to recoup millions is deemed uneconomic whilst the money tree keeps producing?

An ever growing black underclass with a massive sense of entitlement and victimhood allowed to revel in their gang culture and unrealistic X-FActor style expectations, workshops, grants and charities and the beatification through white liberal guilt of more of the same. Again, all paid for by the hard working taxpayer.

An ever increasing third world underclass bizarrely and deliberately imported - - many who seems to hate the country that imported them, welcomed them and gives them money, accommodation, education and freedom - which they use to demonstrate their hatred of us and seek to recreate the shitholes from whence they came.

SO what will ever change whilst these ungrateful fuckers are allowed to get away with it and the state actively makes excuses for them. The best example being the poor innocent Syrian / jihadi holidaymakers

JuliaM said...

"Some folk are simply bad. Let us face the fact in a civilised society."

If we don't, then I'd say we aren't civilised at all...

"...the most dangerous to the rest of us are those who venerate these ferals and rail against and prevent, them receiving any meaningful consequences for their actions."

Spot on! They wield more power and influence, for one thing. And so are more capable of damage.

"I thought this case would feature on here. The police get called to alarms all the time,"

Agreed. That's why I've not bothered with the 'Police didn't come running, waaah!' story. Yet.

JuliaM said...

"I would suggest that both murderers will be out of custody after about 5 years of so, i.e. before their 20th birthdays as they will automatically have half of their sentence reduced for good behaviour as soon as they pass through the gates of their HMP..."

:/

"Well does anyone think things are ever going to get any better?"

I used to. But the eight years I've been blogging (and commenting for a year or two before that) seem to have destroyed any optimistic spark I had.