Brighton seafront. Sunday, May 8, 2016. A gay male model was beaten so badly he had to be hospitalized.
Here are a couple of excerpts from the propaganda which is the smoking remains of what was once called news:
Sussex Police said that a 21-year-old man from London was held on suspicion of assault and causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent.
So they have him, but they can't name him.
Read down to near the bottom of the article and we have:
“And when he was attacking him he was shouting all this Muslim stuff but no one wants to hear that.”
Indeed. No one wants to hear the real motive when its Islamic. Because that goes against the narrative.
And the narrative is that "diversity is our strength" and "Islam is the religion of peace".
Brighton News is the first source, so far, that does mention the Islamic shouts of the attacker.
But why should this matter?
So when a Muslim attacks a gay person, and shouts Islamic slogans. it goes to motive.
To deny the public this knowledge is at the very least, professionally negligent.
Imagine there was a gang that was going around attacking, and sometimes even killing, people who shared some attribute with you. Perhaps its what they wear, what team they support, or their personal preferences.
Say the person next to you knew this was happening all down your street, and why, but he told you that it was random attacks and you were really not in any danger.
Would you not say at least morally and ethically as responsible as those who did the attack after they attacked you?
By not informing you of the motive, he has made it impossible for you to protect yourself.
In the case of Islamic attacks against homosexuals, Jews, Christians, apostates and women who do not obey, it is far worse.
It is a political act and an act of war being disguised by the media as a criminal act.
This is a formula for the destruction of our own values and liberties. We can see how that plays out now in the UK and France and other parts of Europe where Islam is edging out personal liberties at a rapid pace.
"The fifth estate prides itself on its role in society. If that role was legislated for, instead of a moral title that the press has long awarded itself, then the consistent failure to inform society about this danger would constitute a serious crime of breach of statutory duty." - Gavin Boby. UK Lawyer.