Thursday, January 05, 2012

They've Come Over Here ...

To do the torturing of children to death that the natives just won't do !

(You try getting a local exorcist these days when witchcraft's a problem)


asdf said...

I don't know if this is off-topic or not. You decide:

Jim said...

Bullet to the back of the head. More mercy than they deserve.

JuliaM said...

"On Christmas Day 2010..."

It's taken a year..?!

"The jury was told the belief in kindoki – the Lingala word for sorcery – was pervasive in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Expert witnesses in the trial would make clear there was "no provision in Congolese life and culture for the maltreatment and abuse of children", Altman said. "However, if the practice of kindoki is dislocated from the control of churches in the Congo, and the supervisory influence of religious leaders, then it may take on a feral and, indeed, evil character, as we suggest it did here.""


Well, one solution would be to no longer admit DRC refugees, in case this happens again.

We must think of the chiiilllreeeennn!

Anonymous said...

The torturing and killing of children for witchcraft purposes is cultural and is therefore equal to our own western 'culture' (if you can call it that).

To suggest otherwise is clearly racist.

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...


"Inside info that 47 Muslim groomers, alleged paedophiles mainly from Rochdale and Manchester appeared at Liverpool crown court this week under massive police security. All are males aged between 20 and 50. Newspapers have been told not to report on this. Why?"

State stooges, whores and traitors

Absolutely culpable for the mass gang rape of English girls on an industrial scale no doubt comparable with the vote rigging

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...


"Well, one solution would be to no longer admit DRC refugees, in case this happens again."

According to Fraser here we can't get enough of it

"Mass immigration usually leads to social tension, ghettoisation and resentment, which a far-Right party is supposed to be able to stir up when economic crisis strikes. The orthodoxy is summed up by Robert Putnam, the Harvard social scientist, who says that ethnic diversity makes people “distrust their neighbours”. But Britain, as a country, defies this rule. A massive study involving 25,000 people, published last month, showed that ethnic diversity will, if anything, increase the extent to which Brits trust their neighbours."

But then Fraser is an extremist economic liberal; gold is his god; the market his graven image

He doesn't care who the serfs are; history and nation mean nothing to him

Foxy Brown said...

@ Anon - 9.44 am

As the great Mark Steyn once said about one particular tradition in the days of the Raj:

Once upon a time we knew what to do. A British district officer, coming upon a scene of suttee, was told by the locals that in Hindu culture it was the custom to cremate a widow on her husband's funeral pyre. He replied that in British culture it was the custom to hang chaps who did that sort of thing. There are many great things about India - curry, pyjamas, sitars, software engineers -- but suttee was not one of them. What a pity we're no longer capable of being 'judgmental' and 'discriminating'.

To say we're in a bloody mess is putting it lightly.

Anonymous said...

Tip of the proverbial spear.

Aren't these from the same tribe of enrichers who caused so much trouble in central London recently - trouble that we're allowed to read about either in the interests of community cohesion ?

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...

The "massive study" the obnoxious Nelson refers to isn't freely available

However it seems not unreasonable to suppose that there would have been more chance of Moscow University being negative about the popularity of Marxist-Leninism in 1975 than ever there is Surrey University being likewise about the enriched, vibrant diversity today

If there was aid and comfort for true believers in the massiveness no doubt they would already have bruited it about the universe

Finally it doesn't apparently say quite what he says it does

"There is a statistically significant association between diversity and a measure of strategic trust, but in substantive terms, the effect is trivial and dwarfed by the effects of economic deprivation and the social connectedness of individuals."

God only knows what "strategic" is supposed to mean!


"To say we're in a bloody mess is putting it lightly."

We need a new Oliver

When he raised his first troop in Huntingdon he promised to stand with his men come what may - "for the liberty of the gospel and the law of the land".

Very moving

We need an updated version, suitable for present dire circs

Mr Grumpy said...

Julia's quote (with its implication that we need to import more Congolese culture to stop this happening again) is from counsel for the prosecution. /facepalm, as she might say.

Anonymous said...

@Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons

Fraser Nelson never misses an opportunity to get on his high horse, yet he was a columnist for that rag the News of the world ...

Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons said...

"Fraser Nelson never misses an opportunity to get on his high horse, yet he was a columnist for that rag the News of the world ..."

From an occasional flick through of his musings, anon, I gleaned the impression that he thought it in the interests of NOW readers for all benefits to be abolished; the Welfare State to be dismantled.

No doubt following the inspiring lead of one of his gurus, Ricardo, who advocated the abolition of Poor Law Relief and the death by starvation of the "surplus population"

Anonymous said...

@Sgt Troy 11th Dragoons

I'm not sure if he resigned when the phone hacking scandal came to light. Or whether he struggled on until the paper was shut down (taking his substantial salary right up to the last minute). Given his record of pontification you would expect the former ...