Once again we hear of an horrific attack in Rotherham. This one took place during the early hours of the morning. A lone Asian man was attacked by two white males, one of whom hacked off part of the victim’s hand with a meat cleaver.
There’s no way to be sure that this was a racially motivated attack (although the police are treating it as one).
“Det Insp Richard Partridge said detectives were treating the incident as a “racially aggravated” assault”
We learn this on the very day that the second defendant in the Mushin Ahmed trial, Damien Hunt was convicted of the racially aggravated killing of 81 year old Mushin Ahmed in the town. Dale Jones was convicted of murder last week whilst his friend, Hunt was today found guilty of manslaughter. They were given custodial sentences of 30 and 14 years respectively.
The Biffers protracted campaign of hatred seems to have paid off for them. They’ve set this community ablaze with their lies and misinformation and now they can just stand back and watch the fireworks. Well they could – but they won’t.
What we can be certain of is the fact that the Biffers, like a shoal of sharks detecting the blood of their victims in the water are launching themselves into their own version of a feeding frenzy. And the shark analogy is a good one.
Ruthless and uncaring, devoid of conscience and attracted to the weakest it’s hard to separate the two examples of merciless hunters. Like sharks, Biffers capitalise upon vulnerability. Like sharks, Biffers hang around on the periphery, strike intermittently and quickly recede into the background.
Unlike Britain First, sharks aren’t supposed to know any better. They’re doing what their species has evolved for and in that respect effective killing demonstrates that they are in fact, good at being sharks. The Biffers on the other hand have no such excuse. Humans aren’t limited to a simple kill and eat methodology. We have much more to occupy our time and our interests.
We can enoble ourselves with art or music. We can philosophise and develop ideas. We can work for the good of our species and indeed for the planet. We can do so many worthwhile things that sharks cannot even begin to dream of. Skill at being human means so much more than skill at being a shark
And what do Britain First do with all their human potential?
They attack, they incite, they intimidate and they defame the innocent.
On second thoughts – it’s not a fair comparison.
Sharks are far more respectable than the Biffers!