July 11, 2017

Acid attacks skyrocket in London

Rebel Staff

When you think of acid attacks you probably think of the brutal practices in Pakistan, Iran and Bangladesh — surely not the English countryside, right?

Well, recent figures show two acid attacks now take place in England every single day.

It's Britain’s secret shame, and it’s about time we spoke about it.

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commented 2017-07-11 23:26:35 -0400
When third world populations tip the demographic you can absolutely expect your country to turn into a third world country. No one is lifted up. Everyone is brought down to the gutter. Canada will be living this hell in a few short years, because we are too stupid to learn from Britain.
commented 2017-07-11 21:06:29 -0400
Most of the atrocities done by the uncivilized immigrants or refugees brought in by our Politicians, cannot be re-used by 1st world people as revenge, as we are supposed to be civilized. Examples are suicide bombings and be-headings etc..
When it comes to throwing an easy to acquire acid, it would be quite easy to enter a no-go zone in the UK (wearing a Burka) and give the thugs that committed the crime a taste of their own medicine.
Once the cowards realized that they were vulnerable for revenge, the crime might disappear in the UK. This wouldn’t work in Pakistan as it seems quite popular in their culture.
commented 2017-07-11 13:27:46 -0400
This is the direct result of importing civilly unevolved cultures into evolved egalitarian cultures. Disfigurement (mostly of women) is an accepted practice in many 3rd world nations, it is a honor thing with brokered marriage and dower and infidelity or all sorts of other misogynist voodoo practiced in these cultural backwaters.
commented 2017-07-11 13:18:29 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,668 Attacks, 217,254 Killed, 298,488 Injured that we know of
commented 2017-07-11 13:02:45 -0400
Henry Reardon, thank you for your post. I wasn’t aware the children returned to Britain and were forced to live with their captive on British soil. I’m sickened by this news.
commented 2017-07-11 11:51:52 -0400
@Tammie Putinski-Zandbelt: Child marriage has been a problem affecting Britain for 20 years or more according to one of my favourite commentators, Theodore Dalrymple, who used to meet many of the victims in his psychiatric practice in Birmingham. Apparently, it is common practice for Muslim parents in Britain to send their pubescent daughters back to their countries of origin – Pakistan, for example – on the pretense of visiting relatives. When the girls arrive back in their ancestral villages, they learn that they are to be married, usually to a close relative, and usually somewhat older than they are themselves. It does not matter if they like this young man. In most cases, they’ve never heard of them and get little chance to get to know them before the wedding. The girls certainly don’t have a veto on the marriage! They can try to resist – and some have – but strong resistance is likely to get them killed by their own family, who consider themselves dishonoured if the girl doesn’t go through with the wedding. After the wedding, the girls go back to the UK with their new husbands and proceed to live a very unhappy life with a husband who usually speaks little or any English and has little if any education or job prospects. And since the marriage took place in a foreign country, the British don’t need to worry about stopping child marriages on their own territory since they’re not happening there.
commented 2017-07-11 11:32:28 -0400
Tammie you know better than that.
commented 2017-07-11 09:28:02 -0400
Importing “diverse” methods violence leads to more violence in the host nation, the multicultural specialists conveniently forgot to highlight this when pushing this agenda decades ago. The next atrocity that will be on the rise is child marriage…please tell me Britain has a strategy to stop this!
commented 2017-07-11 08:16:08 -0400
Exportation of diversity — what’s to complain about??
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