Monday 4 September 2023

What's England Coming To..?

A young boy has died and a second child has been arrested following an 'altercation' in a street in Kent. Officers were called to Singlewell Road in Gravesend at around 5.45pm on Wednesday August 30 following reports of concern for a child's welfare.
A boy was subsequently taken to hospital, where he later died, and his next of kin have been made aware. Following initial enquiries police have arrested another child - and say both are under the age of 12, according to KentOnline.
Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident, suggesting it was isolated.

There are no words... 


Anonymous said...

But according to the Luvvies these children are just lovable scamps that need cuddling, not being arrested by nasty policemen.

Andy5759 said...

Jaded, the two words children and kids are used by the media to place an image in our minds. Kids is to let us think of the lovable scamps you mention, children is used to suggest the vulnerable requiring protection. I believe it's called Neural Linguistic Programming. Keep up the good work and get these feral little monsters off our streets, if you're allowed to.

ivan said...

What's the betting on skin colour - I doubt it is white if the examples from the US are abything to go by.

JuliaM said...

"But according to the Luvvies these children are just lovable scamps that need cuddling..."

I'm minded of Basil's admonition to Manuel on the subject of his 'hamster'...

"I believe it's called Neural Linguistic Programming."

See also 'she, her' when dealing with an obvious man in womanface.

"What's the betting on skin colour..."

Sadly, lots of feral whites in that area.