The MASSIVE white casualties
since the Stepen Lawrence murder. Everyone on this planet
has heard of Stephen Lawrence, but how many of these White victims
were you aware of ?
Don't be under any illusion, if it were
not for the BNP
effect, all of the White victims in the TIMES article below,
would still be getting ignored ! And take note of some of
the pathetic attempts that have been made to blame western
culture / society for these murders.
Focus: A Black and White issue ?
November 12, 2006
We rarely think of whites as victims
of race crime, but they suffer more attacks than ethnic minorities,
write Mark Macaskill and Brendan Montague
The killing of Kriss
Donald, a 15-year-old schoolboy, two years ago was met
with a convulsion of horror across all of Britain. Yet everybody,
even the boys mother, Angela, was quick to reject suggestions
that the killing had a racial motive.
This weekend, with three Asian Scots starting life sentences
for racially aggravated murder, a reappraisal of Britains
easy assumptions about racial violence is overdue.
Kriss Donald had been walking from
school to his home in Pollokshields with his friend
Jamie Wallace, when a silver Mercedes pulled up beside
them on a blustery Monday afternoon in March 2004.
The boy was snatched off the street and taken on a terrifying
200-mile journey before being thrown onto the bonnet
of the car and repeatedly stabbed.
He was doused in petrol and set alight.
He bled to death during a desperate bid to remove his
clothes and reach a muddy puddle to put out the flames.
This is part of the article
published on the Scotsman website.
"In a horrific account of his final moments,
the jury was told Kriss was stabbed 13 times in
a frenzied attack which severed one of his ribs,
three arteries, one of his lungs, his liver and
suggests Kriss made his way down towards the Clyde
and tried to extinguish the flames by rolling
around in a muddy hollow near the cycle path where
he was discovered."
Read the full article HERE
On Wednesday last week, Imran Baldy Shahid, 29,
his brother Zeeshan Crazy Shahid, 28, and 27-year-old
Mohammed Faisal Mushtaq were given minimum sentences of 25,
22, and 23 years respectively.
The British Crime Survey for 2004 reveals that 87,000 people
who described themselves as black or minority ethnic had been
victims of what they believed was a racially motivated crime.
They had suffered 49,000 violent attacks, with 4,000 being
In the same year 92,000 white people said racism was the
cause of an attack or crime they had suffered. The number
of violent attacks against whites reached 77,000, while the
number of white people who reported being wounded was five
times the number of black and minority ethnic victims at 20,000.
Peter Fahy, the Association of Chief Police Officers
spokesman for race issues, has said: The political correctness
to discuss these things absolutely does play a factor. A lot
of police officers and other professionals feel almost the
best thing to do is try and avoid it for fear of being criticised.
This is not healthy.
The rugby player Lee Massey had been drinking with his friends
in Northamptonshire when they stumbled into a gang of Iraqi
thugs who were looking for a fight.
During the violence that followed, the failed asylum seeker
Mohsen Sadiq mowed Lee down after mounting the pavement in
his car in what was later described by the appeal judge Sir
John Alliott as a callous and wicked attack, which
took place after the Iraqis were out looking for someone.
Three years later, Lee has not fully recovered and suffers
memory lapses, while his powers of speech are still affected.
The police let 13 members of the gang go free, even
though there was evidence, she said last week. If
our Lee had run over one of the Iraqis he would have been
arrested right away and sent to prison for the rest of his
life. The police are nervous when white people are attacked.
Other white victims of violence did not survive. Christopher
Yates had been out celebrating a birthday with a group
of friends in London and, concerned about their safety, insisted
on walking some of the women he was with to a bus stop during
a cool November evening last year.
Without warning, the 30-year-old data inputter was viciously
assaulted by a gang of drunken Asian men Sajid Zulfiqar,
Zahid Bashir and Imran Maqsood who stamped on his head,
smashing every bone in his face and killing him.
Gavin Hopley, 19, was kicked to death following an attack
involving up to eight Asian men in Oldham in February 2003.
Six men were convicted of violent disorder and theft offences,
but nobody has been convicted of his murder.
An Asian gang was also responsible for the violent killing
of 17-year-old Ross
Parker, who was savagely stabbed with hunting knives during
an attack in Peterborough in 2001. And David Lees, 23, was
mowed down during a fight between whites and a gang of Asians
in Prestwich, Manchester, only last month.
In the wake of the Donald trial, community leaders have been
left casting around for scapegoats. Ashraf Anjum, president
of Glasgows central mosque, blames the fact that young
Asians are turning their backs on the Muslim faith.
For these people, discos are more appealing. Too many
kids are standing around on street corners with nothing to
Easy access in the West to pornography and to computer games
that glorify violence are also blamed, as is a failure to
invest in facilities that would give young Asian men something
Imran Azam, 26, grew up in Glasgows West End and sees
young Asians growing up in their own world, cut off from white
Pollokshields is segregated. The only time you see
a white person is at work. The extent to which you mix with
Scottish people is limited, he says.
For many in Pollokshields, there is a determination that
an atrocity such as the killing of Kriss Donalds will
never happen again.
In mosques across the city, Muslim leaders and residents
are meeting to identify the younger members of the community
who are involved in gang culture. The elders are being bluntly
told to take control of their children.
The method is working slowly, says Ashref. Its
harder to influence those people who are more entrenched in
gangs, but it is just a matter of time.
WITHIN days of Kriss Donalds death, his three killers
were abroad, write Ghalam Hasnain in Lahore and Mark Macaskill.
Through various routes they met in the Punjabi capital, Lahore.
For months, the men shuttled around cities and towns such
as Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Karachi and Toba Tek Singh, staying
in hotels and guest houses.
Imran Shahid moved into the Continental hotel in Lahore,
where he used cash from his credit card fraud empire back
in Glasgow to finance a luxury lifestyle, ordering from room
service and buying expensive consumer goods. He used a variety
of aliases, including Soprano, after the fictional mob boss
on whom he modelled himself. He demanded a different
room with a view of the boulevard, said Saqlain Bukhari,
the hotel manager. We knew him as fat boy.
He also struck up a relationship with the daughter of a grocery
shop owner and took her for lunch at the citys most
expensive hotels, until her father discovered his identity
and banned her from seeing him.
Back in Britain, informants had passed details of mobile
numbers used by the Shahid brothers to the police, and it
didnt take long for Pakistani officers to track them
down and arrest them. When police arrived at Shahids
flat, he tried to bribe detectives and told them Donald and
his gang had attacked and raped Muslim girls.
Shahid also claimed that the infidels in Britain
would kill him if he was handed over. There was evidence that
he was planning to escape to Australia on false documents.
His brother Zeeshan and Mohammed Faisal Mushtaq, the third
fugitive, were traced to a village near Toba Tek Singh, 150
More than a dozen armed police burst into a house owned by
Mushtaqs uncle. The pair were surrounded in a field
of sugar cane after jumping 20ft from an upstairs window.
They said we had no idea what they had been through
and offered us money on their credit cards, said one
officer who arrested them. We handcuffed them and put
them in a police vehicle. Their time was up.
In October 2005, all three men were returned to Britain to