Is this the England we want?

Recently, there’ve been issues brought up by Sean Gabb, Max Farquar, Angry Exile, Longrider and others but as LR and AE pointed out in no uncertain terms and I agree with them – there used to be such a thing as presumed innocent until the court decided otherwise.

The story I bring you below makes me wonder, it really does, who are the guilty and who are the innocent.

Hors d’oeuvres

There’s a cafe I visit in a nearby town some distance from Manchester at odd times during the week and in my financial situation, this constitutes the big day out.   It’s run by a married couple of a different ethnicity to the Anglo-Saxon and as I can make my own Anglo-Saxon cuisine at home, I like trying their specialities instead.  The lady surpassed herself yesterday with a dish called Keshkek, which I knew had to be good because in the other room, the husband was tucking into two bowls of same.

The story unfolds.

Entrée

Some weeks ago, the council upped the rental, on the grounds that the shop was doing all right and could afford it, at the same time cutting rubbish services unless some OTT amount was paid and removing one or two other services.

That night, some local thugs smashed the shop window under the influence.

The insurance company refused to pay so the couple had to go to London to sort it out, closing the shop and losing one day’s takings.  It took legal pressure for a percentage of the insurance to be paid.   Cost them of course and nothing for travel expenses, naturally – they’re in business, aren’t they?

They’re a bit of a soft pair, these two and they trust people too much. Anyway, she left the metal shutter partially open at the bottom one night because it was jamming and sure enough – you’re right – the locals got underneath, smashed the window again and made off with the takings plus anything else going.

Soup

A week ago, some lowlife girls came in to the shop and as the lady said, one of them was a known troublemaker and she’d been banned from the shop already but this had not been backed up by the police. More on the police in a minute. The other girl came in and did a Mary Rose to our lady [and she is a lady], spewing vitriol and painting the shop blue with bad language, throwing things about. She was asked to leave and that’s when the other came in and started with: “Wot yoo say’n t’my friend?!!!”

You get the idea.

Our lady’s husband now came through from the back room and apparently big beefy [the banned girl] started trying to lay into him, which is funny because he’s about 6’4″. When she wasn’t getting anywhere, she starts with: “F***ing Turkish w*gs, f***ing faggots,” etc., “coomin over to ar country n takin ar jobs, making money from oos.”

I’m not going to comment on that.

Main course

A few evenings ago, a local comes in and orders a kebab, which is £4 or so with the trimmings. He says he only has £3, would that be all right? They accept this and as she goes to the till, he leaps over the counter, swipes the laptop and is out of the door. Husband gives chase with his brother and they chase him half through the town, seeing him race into a Wetherspoons.

Husband follows, barman stops the husband, says he wants no trouble and for them to leave. Husband says that a man came in just now with his [the husband’s] laptop. Barman looks round and there’s no man of that description. Husband and brother head for the loo, barman in hot pursuit and there’s the little bstd in one of the cubicles, with the laptop.

“It’s my laptop,” he says, “these two are tryin t nick it.”

Conversation ensues. Barman says it’s clearly the crim’s laptop and if the husband and brother don’t leave, he’ll call the police. They urge him to call the police and now he’s sheepish, he doesn’t want … so the husband phones.

An hour and a bit later, the police arrive, a young kid new to the force comes through and hears both stories. “Well, it’s clearly the property of this man ‘ere,” Plod nods towards the crim.

‘And what’s more,” says the crim, “they tried to charge me 9 quid for the kebab – f***ing daylight robbery, so I took their laptop as part payment like.”

Plod has no choice but to return the laptop to the husband and brother, he cautions the crim, the lovable rogue and lets him go, wanting to play down the whole thing, no harm done.  Everyone’s happy and gets back to drinking but Plod starts questioning the husband as to why he overcharged the lovable rogue for his kebab.

The husband is incensed. “We charged him £3, not £9 – this man has lied to you.  Why would we charge him £9?  There was a crime here, why didn’t you arrest him?”

“Because we have laws in this country, sir or didn’t you know?  A man’s innocent until proven guilty.  There’s only your word against his.”

“You know he took our laptop, he admitted it and he lied about the £9 too.”

“Don’t worry, he won’t get orf. It’ll go on his record, he’s known to us – he’s got an anti-social behaviour order on ‘im.”

“ASBOs are allowed to steal people’s things and nothing happens?!”

“Now then, sir, no need for that.”

Husband reports back home, wife is furious, shaking with both anger and disappointment in the police and at the whole unfairness of it all. She phones the police and demands a meeting with the head officer. They make excuses at the other end and she demands even more.

Dessert

Two days ago, the husband and wife go to the meeting and the tune is different. The senior officer acknowledges that the underling who handled the case did it wrongly, the S.O. apologizes and explains that the crim who took the laptop was apparently an ASBO, so they can’t arrest him but he “won’t get away with it”.

Coffee

The lady was in a bad way when I visited – having come out in rashes and being generally ill with the stress. She and I have already spoken of the state of the country for businesses many times and I say that this sort of thing is coming out of Europe, the police and courts supporting the criminal, implemented by the puppets in Westminster and in every council in Britain, where an organization originally coming out of the ODPM has people in every council stirring things up and unsettling the citizenry, to make way for the new European order.

Now she shocks me by saying she already knows all that. Wow. How? She also knows this sort of thing is UK-wide because they have friends and family in other parts of the UK and all are reporting the same thing.

I didn’t say anything but was thinking Brownshirts, Kristalnacht and so on.  Also about Imams, mosques and the Al Qaeda network.  I look at her and how they’re being treated here and am having trouble reconciling the thoughts.

She and her husband want out but they are precisely the immigrants we should not want out – both educated, hard-working, earning no more than their efforts bring in and these other feckless *&^%$%* come in and play the “we’re English” card. As if anyone would employ any of them.

Meanwhile, the Imams and the MCB threaten Cameron and Co and get away with murder, the thuggish UAF are the government’s handpicked bully boys and the whole point is to stir the pot. I know about stirring pots as well as anyone but it’s not to cause unrest in an already demoralized country.

What we’ve got, is it not so, is not so much England versus the others but hardworking [or wishing to have decent employment], lawabiding respecters of the the country’s traditions, native or adopted … versus those, including a proportion of the Anglo-Saxons whom you saw at the riots and the Occupy stunt, who respect their nation not at all, are happy to see it sold out to the EU and who are happy to sponge off the taxpayer.  The feckless who are happy with an expanded State who care nothing for the corruption at the top of every borough and at Westminster.

There’s a very real political divide in this country and it’s not looking good.

That shop’s going to close down, mark my words and there’s yet another service gone to the local community, so where’s this famed communitarianism?  Where’s this spirit of neighbourliness with a common purpose?  The message is otherwise – don’t work, don’t try to make a business successful in this country because the other bstds will drag you down and f*** you over.  Thou shalt rip off thy neighbour.  Soon it will be thou shalt inform on thy neighbour.  Exploit divisions and create a mob mentality which lynches whoever the media labels the scapegoat.

Vale England and while we’re at it – vale Britain.

Unless we fight back with passive protest in ways mentioned in other posts.

11 comments for “Is this the England we want?

  1. December 7, 2011 at 11:10 am

    “She and her husband want out but they are precisely the immigrants we should not want out – both educated, hard-working, earning no more than their efforts bring in…”

    Spot on! And THAT’S why the establishment pays them no heed. Because their activities provide no jobs, research grants, etc, for wackademics and public sector leeches. Unlike the feckless underclass.

    • December 7, 2011 at 1:45 pm

      Well said.

    • Voice of Reason
      December 7, 2011 at 2:55 pm

      @JuliaM: I am a professor at a state-assisted university in the US, who does work in both abstract mathematics, and applied work, in everything from cell phone tower placement and road material design to game theory applied to American football. Does that make me a ‘wackademic’?

      • December 7, 2011 at 3:53 pm

        No. The term was coined by the owner of the ‘House of Dumb’ blog, I think, for the sort of ‘media studies’ type research being done and used to justify all sorts of shenanigans..

  2. December 7, 2011 at 11:26 am

    The failure here is not innocent until proved guilty, it is a failure on the part of the police to effectively investigate an allegation of a crime.

    • DerekP
      December 7, 2011 at 2:41 pm

      From the report above it’s a failure on the part of the police to effectively act on an admission of a crime.

      Why can’t the police arrest someone with an ASBO – have I missed the announcement that an ASBO is a licence to commit crime?

    • December 7, 2011 at 2:45 pm

      Or even the admission of a crime to a police officer.

      ‘Kinell! 👿

  3. James
    December 7, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    By “Anglo-Saxon”, do you mean German? or “White English”? Perhaps the wrong context there…

    and I was confused how you made the leap from the ‘Occupy Stunt’ to some group of people who do not respect their country, it the same breath at the summer riots no less…. What a Cunning Stunt that was.

    I think you will find if you take the time to look that the ‘Occupiers’ respect this country more than the bankers and co. do.

    But that would depend on if its YOUR house they are re-possessing after de-valuing your efforts and assets…. IMPO

    • Dave G
      December 7, 2011 at 8:04 pm

      Anyone who considers a house as an ‘investment’ rather than a place to live is someone who is a speculator and, like all speculators, remains at the mercy of the markets.

    • December 8, 2011 at 4:49 am

      “I think you will find if you take the time to look that the ‘Occupiers’ respect this country more than the bankers and co. do.”

      I don’t see any bankers relieving themselves in churches…

  4. Roger Thornhill
    December 7, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    People who run their own business are harder to threaten than employees. Employees dare not risk getting even accused of some trumped up charged lest they lose their ability to earn a living.

    Employees are what the state wants, not a nation of shopkeepers.

    Those two business owners are more English in their hearts than the feckless Fabian lab-rats.

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