A fantastic story that demonstrates in the clearest, most dramatic terms what liberal society is
Karl D. writes:
Here is a news article from the UK telling us about deeds not to be taken with regard to a certain demographic in front of another certain demographic, the latter being liberals of the female variety. An Englishman named Tommy Stapleton was out enjoying himself with friends when he heard screaming. He rushed from the bar and saw an old man being robbed by two Muslims. He chased after one and tackled him. While he was fighting and struggling to pin down this son of Islam, a bunch of women (most likely white) came running from a croissant cafe across the street and started screaming that he was committing a racist attack! As a result of their screaming at him, he lost his focus and the suspect got away. These women’s first thoughts were that their fellow countrymen must have been a horrible racist thug, bashing a poor innocent Muslim man. The indoctrination of the UK is complete.
Wanstead man steps in to tackle mugger at Santander cashpoint in Wanstead High Street
It would have been great if Mr. Stapleton had had the presence of mind to ask those women, “If he were white and I were Asian would you have come out here to his defense?” I think the women would have stopped in confusion at that point since their societal programming doesn’t cover a situation like that.September 29
Paul K. writes:
How ironic that the image on the shirt of Tommy Stapleton is the famous photo of Churchill handling a Thompson submachine gun. It was taken in 1940, when England faced an imminent Nazi invasion and was taking deliveries of American small arms in order to repel it. Little did Churchill dream that within a few decades England’s leaders would encourage an invasion of their nation by hostile foreigners.
The peaceful invasion by unassimilable (and soon to be hostile) foreigners began immediately after World War II under the Labour government. When Churchill became Prime Minister again in 1951 he was bothered by it, but lacked the will or the political support to do anything about it.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at September 28, 2012 05:43 PM | Send