‘Usual Suspects’, Eh?

When the news came in about a ‘hate crime’ on an asylum seeker, the Left went into overdrive:

Even politicians paused from stuffing pies into their cavernous maw to attack their usual suspects:

It was, of course, all the PM’s/Brexiteers’/white supremacists’ fault, naturally:

But then the pub that the attackers came from came under scrutiny (not from journalists, no – from bloggers):

A Shirley pub could be shut down over a spate of criminal and anti-social behaviour – including a firework being thrown at police.

Councillors will decide tonight whether to revoke the licence of The Goat, in Broom Road, after licence-holder Patson Ngoma “reneged on his promises to work with the police to resolve the issues at the premises”.

Mr Ngoma also “failed in his responsibilities to adhere to his premises licence conditions” at The Goat, according to Metropolitan Police licensing officer Darren Rhodes.

Hmmm. Not the sort of pub ‘white nationalists’ would drink at, you’d think, being full of Zambians?

And now, this morning:

Well, well, well…

Note it’s now a ‘brutal attack’, and not a ‘hate crime’.

H/T: JustG via Twitter

7 comments for “‘Usual Suspects’, Eh?

  1. April 3, 2017 at 11:47 am

    I particularly liked the tweet which stated the crime had been downgraded from ‘hate’ to ‘mildly disapproving’.

    Must be tolerant of the local customs, especially when those locals are all, well, dusky brown?

    Hundreds of Zimbabwean migrants were targeted and many died at the hands of the peace-loving, ever-tolerant Zulus of Johannesburg when the mob was whipped up by their ANC leaders against migrants; but you didn’t read much of that in the newspapers or on tv: only Good News from the vibrant so-called Rainbow Nation, as ever!

  2. Stonyground
    April 3, 2017 at 3:15 pm

    Whenever something like this happens I always wait a little while before commenting in case some more details come out that put a different slant on the story. Often, in the case of a supposedly unprovoked attack, it turns out to be a continuation of a disagreement that had been going on for some time already. In this case it seems to have been a case of immigrant on immigrant violence, which would seem to support the anti immigration lobby’s case. It certainly doesn’t support the case that the anti immigration lobby are to blame.

    • April 5, 2017 at 8:20 am

      Happens every time. They must think we’re stupid.

  3. mona
    April 3, 2017 at 5:23 pm

    The bastards, they could have at least wore white masks, this has ruined a good story.

    • April 5, 2017 at 8:21 am


  4. Hereward Unbowed.
    April 4, 2017 at 1:36 am

    I am sure that for all the vaulting hypocrisy bloviating out of Westminster like a mushroom cloud of sanctimonious hot air, even……for God sake, some are beyond the bloody pale.

    So quick to lash out shouting the odds WAYCIST and with appalling overt virtue signalling prolixity……..one, abbopotamus is among the few, albeit consigned mainly to arses – those who sit on the extreme left, that the shadow Home sec’ is one of the most duplicitous, pusillanimous and poisonous lump of lard ever to walk this green earth.

    Further to that, dislike of the stranger is hot wired – it is a defence mechanism, just as producing adrenalin is a defensive reflex and fear is its trigger. Yup, loathing, hatred of others is common, innate and undeniable in all men and women bar none, it’s how one controls the impulse which defines ones humanity and on that the left, inclusive of abbopotamus, they fail absolutely.

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