This is an article in two parts, primarily because it deals with two separate newspaper articles. The second part can be found below the first part (logically).
One of this blog’s regular correspondents in the English county of Herefordshire has sent me links and hardcopy scans of how the local newspaper, the Hereford Times has treated what is laughingly called ‘the refugee crisis’ by the mainstream media, but which to the rest of us looks like an invasion of violent thugs.
In a front page article in one of there recent print editions, and in their online edition, they have an interview with someone whose life was saved from the Nazis by the Kindertransport which for those who do not know, was the rescue mission that brought children whose lives were endangered by the Nazis to safety in the UK. The interviewee, Maija Storey, aged 86 of Leominster, said that Britain should not turn their backs on refugees. Which is a fair point provided that the refugees are a) genuine refugees and b) will bring no trouble to our shores. The newspaper also it should be noted, piled on the pro-‘refugee’ jam quite thickly with stories about how local citizens are offering to help with the ‘Syrian refugees’.
Now Mrs Storey is quite entitled to her opinion, but neither she nor the newspaper is comparing like with like. They are in effect trying to compare Apples with Oranges. When she and the newspaper compare her experience, and that of others of being a refugee, with what we are currently seeing traversing its way across Europe, then they are being either mistaken or disingenuous.
The Jews who Britain rescued from the Nazis have on the whole, like Mrs Storey, been grateful to the nation for their lives, and many of those who were rescued either by the Kindertransport or other forms of rescue, have gone on to make great contributions to British life most notably, in the fields of medicine, art, literature, business as well as elsewhere. The violent thugs and savages who are trampling fields, refusing food, fighting with police and harassing their innocent hosts, that the mainstream media insists on calling ‘refugees’, are a universe away from genuine refugees like Mrs Storey. By their behaviour so shall you know them, and the behaviour of these so-called ‘refugees’ is telling us all exactly what they are like. If they are violent scum who use their children as human shields in Greece or Italy, why does anybody still believe that they will not be violent scum when they reach the streets of the City of Hereford?
Members of a few previous immigration and refugee waves could not be more different from the ‘Invasion of the Welfare Snatchers’, that we are seeing in Europe. They could also be said to be completely different in other ways in that this Islamic rabble we are seeing are completely undeserving of any help. The experience of places like Germany, France and Sweden who have taken these ‘refugees’ in has been appalling. Sex crimes, including crimes against children rise and many of the alleged ‘refugees’ come from cultures that hate us, despise us and see us as nothing more than prey and in some cases even as ‘untermenschen’. Across Europe, when it comes to organised sex crime, extreme misogyny, violence, sedition and gross intolerance, there is so often one common denominator and that is Islam. Those who campaign loudly for the so-called ‘Syrian Refugees’ to enter the UK do not realise that they are not letting in those who are fleeing from the modern equivalent of the Nazis, they are letting in those whose culture and belief are closer to that of Nazism than anything we see in the world today.
There are legions of fools who think that they are being kind in voicing support for these ‘refugees’ but they are in reality, letting in yet more of those who will ponce, thieve, whine and corrupt because they know they can get away with it, because stupid left wingers and liberals pander to them, and fawn on them merely in order to not be called ‘racist’. These alleged ‘refugees’ will probably end up raping children in Hereford, Leominster, Ross, Ledbury and elsewhere in the county, just as they have done in Germany and Rotherham and Oxford and Rochdale and Tyneside, among other places, because their ‘culture’ doesn’t expressly forbid it and because their founding ‘prophet’ was what we today would call a ‘filthy nonce’ who raped a nine-year old girl. All religions have troublesome characters and troublesome textual passages and they’ve dealt with them. Yet still Muslims on the other hand fail to either re interpret the more troublesome aspects of their ‘prophet’ or gloss over them. Christians and Jews have made these necessary changes of interpretation, but Islam has not. This is why there are so many Muslims who see sex with a pubescent or pre-pubescent girl as acceptable, ‘the prophet did it, so therefore so can I’, seems to be the pattern I’m observing. Those who are campaigning for the mostly Islamic ‘refugees’ to be parachuted into Herefordshire seem to neither know or care that their chosen pets may cause havoc, once they arrive.
I find the newspaper’s treatment of this story grossly irresponsible and dishonest. The Hereford Times failed to mention the violence (when it comes to Islam one should never forget to mention the violence) that is characterising these ‘refugees’ when on European soil. The newspaper did not mention the issue of fake Syrian passports being carried by who knows who, nor the fact that many of these Invaders are not even Syrian. This is dishonesty by omission at the very least. Bearing in mind the extreme differences between previous refugee rescues, such as the Kindertransport, and the army of Savages kicking off wherever they go, I find it extremely offensive to see the two situations compared. These ‘migrants’ are not fleeing oppression or running in fear of their lives, too many of them are here to rape our women and children and plunder the welfare systems of Europe. If you don’t believe me when I say that then, go do your own research online and see the crime figures and welfare take up rate wherever Islam is allowed to rest it’s sword.
Good luck with your ‘Syrians’ Herefordshire, you are REALLY going to need it.
Being a bit of a suspicious, cynical soul, who has formerly worked in media, I suspected that the parade of do-gooders offering help and the appeal to the emotions present in the first newspaper article had another purpose. Sadly, I was right, and it did appear that this article was a ‘softening up’ exercise on locals, in order to get them to think ‘oh poor, poor refugees’, instead of ‘f**k me look at all those potential rapists, murderers and thugs’.
In a second online article that my source supplied, the Hereford Times revealed that yes indeed ‘alleged Syrians’ were indeed going to be parachuted into Herefordshire.
Ahead of this Monday’s International Day of Peace, Herefordshire Council’s director for adults and wellbeing, Martin Samuels, said the authority is “co-ordinating a response to support refugees from Syria in a joined-up way”.
“Understandably, the people of Herefordshire want to show their compassion and we have had offers of accommodation and support to refugees,” he added.
“We are keen to make sure there are suitable provisions made for both the local community and the relocated families, however the government is not currently anticipating the need to accommodate Syrian refugees in people’s houses.”
Mr Samuels said that with “limited resource and available facilities”, the council has been asked by the Home Office to consider how it could support a small number of refugee families from Syria.
Officers, Mr Samules added, are now working across departments to determine how best to meet refugee families’ needs, in addition to continuing the council’s work to support residents and protect the vulnerable across Herefordshire.
It is not expected that the arrival of refugees will impact on the availability of services to Herefordshire residents,” he said.
We do, however, already have a huge need for more foster carers in the county, so that children can be matched with families who best reflect the child’s background and culture and be placed near to their own families, schools and communities.
“We await further clarification on the needs and available support from central government, and indeed if we are to expect refugees to arrive in the county.
“Until we know the full extent of the Home Office’s plan, we are in a preparatory phase.
“I would encourage residents to support the established regional and national responses, which have been set up to provide the most effective and sustainable way of helping families who have been displaced.”
In collaboration with Her Majesty’s Government, the British Red Cross has set up a helpline for anyone who wants advice on the ways in which they can be of assistance to Syrians in need of protection in the UK. People can call The British Red Cross Crisis Helpline on 0800 107 8727 for more information. ”
Where to start with this piece? Well how about the complete and utter dishonesty of the statement by Martin Samuels the county’s Director of Adults and Well-being (an Orwellian title if ever there was one). How can he stand up and say that there will no impact on housing and other local resources by these ‘alleged Syrians’? Of course there will be. Then there was the politically correct grandstanding by mentioning the ‘International Day of Peace’ despite ample evidence that those the mainstream media mistakenly calls ‘Syrians’ are often anything but peaceful. An irony is it not? Another bit that sticks in the craw is the appearance of groups like The Red Cross and religious organisations all clamouring to do their bit for those who are a threat and not a worthy cause. Will these organisations be clamouring in a few years time for help for those afflicted by the sort of crime, especially sex crime, that these people will almost inevitably bring? My guess is that they will be as silent as the grave on such matters. That’s the last penny that the Red Cross gets out of me. Why should I contribute to organisations that aids, abets and assists those who hate me, hate my nation and as we’ve seen so often, hate the freedoms that were hard won by generations of Britons, of all religions and of all skin colours?
Having had the misfortune to once live in areas of the UK dominated by the ideology of Islam, I know that this ideology, this theology and this barbaric culture brings nothing to the table that we could not find elsewhere on the trash heaps of human ideas. It churns the stomach to see the local great and the good, the worthies and the wannabe worthies, campaigning for the entry of people who will do the local area not one bit of good whatsoever. It really is a case of ‘They know not what they do’.
The Hereford Times should, well at least at the time of going to pixel, be given a modicum of credit for keeping their comment board open for this story. Such a refreshing change from the closing of comments when the story involves the ‘Religion of Peace’, as has happened with other previous Hereford Times stories. Just in case the current comments do disappear, or are retroactively edited when the weekly shift comes to work in the morning (currently writing on Sunday afternoon), then you will find pasted below some of the comments. Sorry for the formatting on this bit, it’s just a C and P data dump. For the sake of transparency, you need to know that the person posting as ‘editor45’ is also the author of this piece that you are currently reading.
I feel extremely disturbed that the memory and the story of the Kindertransport has been so grossly and cynically misused by this publication, in order to make locals feel sorry for those people that they should be rather worried about, instead of flocking to assist.
I really worry that life may be getting all the more difficult for people in this area and it will be because of this unwanted and troubling influx of people who are often unsuited for civilised societies. It will also be because there are far too many ‘holy fools’ who buy into the idea that just because someone follows an ideology that says ‘kill the infidel’ doesn’t actually mean that they will indeed ‘kill the infidel’. Unfortunately history has shown that nothing could be further from the truth. When someone says ‘kill the infidel’ then you should damn well believe them and do something about protecting oneself from those who say ‘kill the infidel’. The very last people the people of Hereford need are loads of people who believe in ‘killing the infidel’. I for one would rather choose security and safety from those who mean me and others harm than feed them or pander to them. A poisonous snake no matter how much you feed it and cosset it, will always have the capacity to bite those who consider such beasts as pets.
If the great and the good and those brimming over with the milk of human kindness really wanted to do some good for someone then they would be appealing for help to be given to those from the war-torn Middle East who really are oppressed, such as the Christians and the Yazidis. Members of these groups in Iraq and Syria are still being massacred in their hundreds. The deserve help far more than those from oppressor cultures. We as a nation should not be helping or assisting those from the oppressor culture, that of Islam. Let’s help those who deserve to be helped, not those who are part of the problems and whose ideology is causing the problems.
To conclude: I think the liberals and lefties of Herefordshire and those who blindly go along with the mantra ‘religion of peace, religion of peace’ when it comes to Islam and the local interfaith establishment, are in for a very rude awakening. I hope they can survive it, and indeed learn from it, preferably before it’s too late.
Herefordshire to get invaders parachuted in aka the second article on the subject of ‘Syrians’
The first article about Syrian refugees with what I believe to be the erroneous similarity drawn between the Kindertransport and our current ‘Invasion of the Savages’.
If you want to know what other stories are on this particular blog regarding Hereford, the Hereford Times and the local loony diversity establishment then please follow the link below where such things have been pre-searched for you for your convenience.
Data Dump of comments from Hereford Times website
One country in the Middle East that often gets overlooked concerning its unstinting help to refugees is Jordan. We hear a lot about Lebanon’s help and the help of Turkey on the ‘edge’ of The Mid East.
Although not a signatory to the 1951 Refugee Convention, Jordan has, with the help of the UN Refugee Agency set up huge settlements to cater for hundreds of thousands of refugees. Such numbers are fluid as the situation changes daily. The camps at Azraq and Zaatari are just two such examples. Jordan has its own socio-economic problems, but appears willing to offer assistance to its fellow Arab neighbours who are being displaced by war.
Under the UNHCR programmes, refugees are receiving help with health, education, etc.
It leaves me to wonder why other Arab states – notably Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the Gulf states – all of which are wealthy – do not provide more assistance to their fellow Arab neighbours.