A twisted conspiracy: How Britain's far-Right persuaded the new UKIP leader to back an anti-Muslim campaign that's as bogus as it is cruelly offensive

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A twisted conspiracy: How Britain's far-Right persuaded the new UKIP leader to back an anti-Muslim campaign that's as bogus as it is cruelly offensive

Post by Thor on Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:04 pm

Three teenage friends were walking to a 16th birthday party at a football centre when tragedy struck.

Shortly after 8.30pm, a black Audi A5 was seen overtaking a slower vehicle on a single-carriageway road at high speed. It then came around a slight bend, mounted the dimly lit pavement, and ploughed straight into the young men.

Joshua McGuinness, 16, was catapulted over a fence and landed in a cemetery. Harry Rice, 17, a semi-professional footballer, was carried on the bonnet of the car until it crashed into a wall. And George Wilkinson, 16, an apprentice electrician, was knocked into the road. All three died instantly.

The driver, an Asian in his late 20s, ran from the scene — Shepiston Lane, in Hayes, West London.

Two friends of the three victims, who witnessed the incident on a Friday night in January last year, set off in pursuit and apprehended the driver on the forecourt of a nearby garage, striking him with a bottle and dragging him back to the scene. By the time police arrived, the driver was unconscious. Officers noticed ‘a very strong smell of alcohol on his breath’.

A month later, the driver, Jaynesh Chudasama, pleaded guilty to three counts of causing death by dangerous driving. The Old Bailey heard he’d been about two-and-a-half times over the drink-drive limit, had traces of cannabis in his blood and was travelling at 71mph in a 60mph zone.

He was later jailed for 13 years for the crime, which carries a maximum sentence of 14 years, and disqualified from driving for 13 years. Last month, the jail term was cut by two-and-a-half years on appeal.

In court, the families of George, Harry and Joshua said they were ‘devastated’ and ‘heartbroken’ at the loss of their sons, in circumstances they described as ‘every parent’s worst nightmare’.

Chudasama, 29, a car-hire worker, expressed regret through his lawyer, saying he would be ‘racked by guilt and remorse’ for the rest of his life.

In ordinary circumstances, this sad tale would have passed slowly into history, like so many of the tragedies played out in our criminal courts.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6583351/How-Britains-far-Right-persuaded-new-UKIP-leader-anti-Muslim-campaign.html


This is why I think the Far right are so utterly stupid and why nobody should take their stupidity seriously

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Re: A twisted conspiracy: How Britain's far-Right persuaded the new UKIP leader to back an anti-Muslim campaign that's as bogus as it is cruelly offensive

Post by Andy on Sat Jan 12, 2019 6:57 pm

Nothing surprises me with the far right these days, Thor.
Not even the arrest of James Goddard.

https://mol.im/a/6584409

Hope he got a truncheon up his arse for kicking off.

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Re: A twisted conspiracy: How Britain's far-Right persuaded the new UKIP leader to back an anti-Muslim campaign that's as bogus as it is cruelly offensive

Post by Thor on Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:13 pm

Andy wrote:Nothing surprises me with the far right these days, Thor.
Not even the arrest of James Goddard.

https://mol.im/a/6584409

Hope he got a truncheon up his arse for kicking off.

I just hope people come to see him for the hateful vile person he is

Dont give him the ammunition by using the same hate that he is Andy

People like him need to be exposed for what they are, vile hateful scum

No need to use violence but to expose them as idiots

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