There was what appears to have been an acid attack in a Home Bargains store in the city of Worcester last Saturday. Such an attack, inside a retail outlet, during the day is worrying enough, but it then became known that the victim was a toddler sitting in his pushchair. The distraught mother, it seems, had been though a relationship break-up.
What's f***ing wrong with calling these c***s asylum seekers and f***ing Gypsies, c***?!?!?
The BBC has reported “Five men have been charged with conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm following a suspected acid attack on a three-year-old boy … Three men from London, aged 22, 25 and 26, and two from Wolverhampton, aged 39 and 41, are due in court later … The boy suffered serious burns to his face and an arm at the Home Bargains store in Worcester on Saturday”. But the Mail had another angle.
Ever mindful of the opportunities to leverage stories like this to frighten readers into hating minorities, the obedient hackery of the legendarily foul mouthed Paul Dacre have swung into action. “The father of the three-year-old boy doused in acid while shopping with his mother has been arrested and is being questioned over the attack, MailOnline can reveal … The 39-year-old suspect, an Afghan asylum seeker who has not been named, was the first suspect detectives held after the boy was targeted while sitting in a pushchair during a shopping trip to Home Bargains with his mother”.
The Scary Muslims™ done it! Oh, but hang on … “Three other younger men are also being grilled in connection with Saturday afternoon's horrific attack in Worcester after they were arrested 130 miles away in Walthamstow … They are reportedly eastern Europeans from the Romani community and accomplished bare-knuckle fighters, their east London neighbours said”. The Roma done it too! And the EU let them in!
There’s more. “There has [sic] been suggestions the intended victim was the boy's mother, who split from the father following ten years because she had become ‘westernised' … When the pair were in a relationship she would wear a full veil but in recent years had removed it and moved to an address in Worcester 30 miles away with the children”.
And just to make sure Mail readers know exactly what to think, a later article tells “Revealed: Afghan mother of acid attack boy, 3, 'was tracked down by her violent asylum seeker husband after she appeared in newspaper without her veil' as police continue to quiz him”. All of which begs the all too obvious question.
Couples splitting up after partner abuse is not a subject confined to asylum seekers. Groups of thugs carrying out hit jobs are not drawn exclusively from the Roma, or indeed any other minority community. Perhaps the Mail would like to tell its readers how wonderful it was in the days of good old White British gangsters like the Krays and Richardsons, with those who had displeased the gang bosses being executed in broad daylight.
But the Dacre doggies won’t be going there. After all, the Worcester acid attack story has enabled them to score a full house on Minority Scare Bingo™.
A messy marriage breakup and a nasty botched hit-job are bad enough. Don’t let the Mail use them to stoke prejudice against minorities.