Modern England increasingly Darwinian

The other day, the Daily Mail ran an article about the exponential increase in stranger attacks in England, a byproduct of the public drunkenness that is increasing at an even faster rate than the violence.  I still remember when England was a remarkably safe, clean little country, except in the worst neighborhoods of the biggest cities.  Now, there is no time and no place in England that isn’t as randomly violent as a Third World country or a predator-filled jungle.

If you live in this kind of jungle, it pays to be prepared.  So here is a satisfying story about a BBC reporter who, after patiently enduring verbal attacks from two drunken yobs, turned on the physicality when the yobs tried to throw a punch.  (Did I mention that the BBC reporter is a black belt?)

Increasingly, England looks like a Mad Max culture.  How sad.

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  1. Charles Martel says

    I don’t understand why the camera crew that was accompanying Mr. Patel didn’t just turn and beat the crap out of those two louts.  Apparently in Britain these days you don’t take care of business directly, you film it interminably so that maybe, just maybe, a judge will hand down something more than a wistful warning as punishment.

    From reading the comments, though, I wonder if a huge reaction is not building. The problem they have there, though, is the same as we have here: Their youths are lost to them.

  2. Gringo says

    Charles Martel :From reading the comments, though, I wonder if a huge reaction is not building.

    Related to this is the increase in support for the British National Party. One wonders how the BNP would have reacted to the Patel versus Brit yobs incident.

    The common thread is that there are many in the UK who have concluded that the powers that be have more sympathy for the yob and the illegal immigrant than for the average Brit.
    Pajamas Media has some interesting recent postings on the BNP. Coincidentally, the BBC figures in one of them.

    Book, your software is acting up. I cannot post neither links, nor boldface, nor itlalics.

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    I am not linking because in the preview, the links do not go through.

    I notice that even comments without links etc. are messed up. Will try anyway.

  3. Gringo says

    Charles:  Dat Dastardly Diabolica Dubya destroys  de nuevo (“again” : couldn’t think of  an English language alliteration.). Such an airhead but he has the diabolical skills to hack into sites and mess them up. Perhaps the airhead label fits if he is doing it to Bookworm and not to DailyKos or HuffPo.

  4. says

    Hi, this is Trip, BW’s techie. The problem on the page was due to an attempt to cut and paste from IE. The paste inserted microsoft specific code that screwed up the page.

    It appears to be working now that I removed the code..

    Trip

  5. Gringo says

    Hi, this is Trip, BW’s techie. The problem on the page was due to an attempt to cut and paste from IE. The paste inserted microsoft specific code that screwed up the page.
    Which gives another justification for my having switched to Firefox some years ago.
    I noticed when I tried to add Italics tags, that they didn’t work, so I used the upper left Italics tab to do so. Nor do Blockquote tags work.  IIRC, the preview was not previously in Times New Roman font, but now it is- and we all know who likes Times New Roman.  I doubt that links will work either.
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    <blockquote><I> Let’s see  if blockquote works.</I> </blockquote>here we go again

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