What happened to 'sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me'? Or...is it OK now that a man is physically assaulted for mere words?
She said the other bus passengers advised the group leave the scene before the police arrived.
‘Everybody on the bus suggested us leaving. They all already know how the system is. We would have been arrested,’ she explained.
Yes, and you'd have deserved to be - all of you! Him for a public order offence and the violent little shits who assaulted him for ABH...
Of course, vile 'anti racism' group Tell Mama posted it without comment on their Twitter feed, leaving the approving comments of their followers up without interference:
What he 'deserved' should be meted out by the forces of law and order. Or we are nothing but a banana republic.
I made the mistake of reading the comments and now I need to get back in the shower. At the moment I feel like the country would be a far better place without about 85% of the non-white population - and about 35-40% of the whites, to be honest.
Up here in West Yorkshire (a region noted for its welcoming acceptance of cultural diversity) we are suddenly seeing behavioural changes that will lead to such examples of intolerance and violence, becoming commonplace.
Par for the course in UK today. My wife saw an elderly man beaten up on the bus by foreigners a while back. His crime was to refuse to give his seat to a young foreign man who demanded it even though the bus was half empty. The punishment, they were asked to leave the bus at the next stop!
It's thoroughly depressing, isn't it? The old guy was, from the video, provocative but then we really don't know what happened in the run up to that. I wouldn't be at all surprised if it was the usual arrogance of youth, of any colour, that was probably the trigger before it turned 'racist', but how quickly they resort to violence, you can see they were itching to have a go. Still more depressing though, as Just Trevor mentions, are the comments under the article.
Since the law is no longer applied fairly and without prejudice, civilised people are now fully aware that the traditional forces of law and order will no longer support them. Dealing with the problem directly has become their only option. I look like a wrinkly old git but I still have my black belt. Fortunately I hardly ever use public transport.
The Cowboy Online. It is depressing isn't it? Even more depressing is the fact that the Islam-hustlers of TM are amply rewarded with large amounts of public money in order to do their stuff.
Stonyground. Agree the law is no longer being applied fairly and that worries me. It's the sort of behaviour that causes the citizenry to withdraw support for the police and worse, go down the path of vigilantism.
Judging by the behaviour of these third world baboons, his assessment of them as monkeys was quite accurate.
"I made the mistake of reading the comments and now I need to get back in the shower."
I know that feeling... :/
"...that will lead to such examples of intolerance and violence, becoming commonplace."
They aren't behavioural changes, though. They are consequences.
"The punishment, they were asked to leave the bus at the next stop!"
Why do buses have CCTV if it's never used? :(
" I wouldn't be at all surprised if it was the usual arrogance of youth, of any colour, that was probably the trigger before it turned 'racist'..."
These things are never totally out of the blue, unless mental health is a factor.
"Since the law is no longer applied fairly and without prejudice..."
Indeed! Compare and contrast the 'softly softly' policing of BLM protests with yesterday's anti-lockdown protest. Hopefully that's opened a few more eyes to what's really going on.
"...his assessment of them as monkeys was quite accurate."
Not for nothing is this type of behaviour referred to as 'chimping out'.
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