No Matter They’re Not ‘Born Under Other Skies!’ Deport Them!

As news comes in from France, two more French soldiers guarding a Jewish centre in Nice stabbed, wounded by a savage, who may well have been born under French skies….let’s take a close look at the top story from the UK. 


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“There are some communities born under other skies who will not involve the police at all. I am reluctant to name the communities in question, but there are communities from other cultures who would prefer to police themselves.”

And on what savage code of law do they base their self-policing?

Another damning indictment of multicult, and the insane immigration policies that provided the raw material for that policy to be imposed on an intimidated British people.

“Oh, you can’t say that,” said a young English lady to me at a party last week. She wasn’t talking about something Yours Truly had said, but about her own perfectly legitimate use of the word Gyppos to refer to the Roma infestation of England. 

And that takes us straight to the key part, so far ignored, of the news story flaring around the words at the top of this page. .




NOT the truth the man told, which everyone in Britain, among both the British and those who would supplant them, already knows..


…but the fact that, even for somebody as high in the ranks as the Chief Inspector of Constabulary, Tom Winsor, there is a fear –  I am reluctant to name the communities in question  – a clear fear, of identifying these undesirable aliens.




‘There are cities in the Midlands where the police never go…”

And when Cameron heard reports of British no-go areas where British people fear to tread, he ‘choked on his porridge?’ One might be unkind and wish he HAD choked on whatever was in his lying mouth at the time.

But who in his Party who might succeed him would be honest enough to step up and tell the nation that Winsor is right, that the enemy is within, and that it needs to be rooted out.

By rooted out, I of course mean….


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And THAT takes us on to the other quote worth examining, from Chris Sims, Chief Constable of West Midlands Police –

 ‘His characterisation of these communities as born under other skies is just wrong. Many members of communities in Birmingham are British-born and I find that a very odd expression.’

Not odd at all,and it’s no coincidence that Winsor is the first man from a non-police background to hold the high office he has (but won’t have for long, unless he u-turns and grovels to the Fifth Column – wait for it!)

Sims’ attitude sums up exactly what’s wrong with the upper strata of UK policing.





Mealy-mouthed at best, multicultists at worst.

It doesn’t MATTER where the enemy within was born.

It’s where their loyalties lie. And if there are any savages dwelling in the British Isles whose sectarian allegiance trumps duty to Queen and Country, they are little different from traitors.