Last Wednesday afternoon an atrocity took place upon the streets of London in Woolwich: in the full light of an afternoon sun two men ran down a serving soldier Drummer Lee Rigby. Their weapon of choice a car, they drove the car at Lee Rigby mounting the pavement in order to do so, knocking Lee down & immobilizing him, the cowardly scum then proceeded to hack Lee to death with their other weapons of choice knives & a meat cleaver.We have all seen those upsetting & disturbing images played out of the msm news networks on our TVs & upon the internet, we have also all had to endure an unceasing stream of lamentable & unnecessary political rhetoric, faux moralising, as well as the platitudes & faux sympathy & empathy espoused by a myriad of politicians & the self-proclaimed so-called ‘leaders’ of the so-called Islāmic community. As well as from the country’s presumptive party political ‘leaders’ mouths, such dhimmis in the political class & the equally dhimminised mewlings spewed forth by the other inter-faith apologists, all too much & sickening to hear & behold. The atrocity for no other word can adequately describe this murder took place upon a busy street, a main road which is daily traversed by road traffic & foot pedestrians upon the footpaths & road, this was/is also a main bus route, this was no back alley, but a busy main thoroughfare through a highly built up area of greater London.
The attack was by any standard of right thinking human decency a barbaric act straight out of the middle ages. This was an affront to what is a self-proclaimed & a supposedly civilised society, as it was an affront to basic human decency. The attack took place in front of hundreds of people (witnesses), hundreds of people who witnessed the atrocity before them & yet chose not to do anything, they stood back. These people chose not to intervene, rather they chose the path of zero resistance that of a bystander*, by definition someone who is present/witness to/ at an ‘event’ yet chooses not to participate or in this case chooses not intervene to render help/aid to a victim of an obvious heinous crime. What if anything were these people thinking, I have heard all the excuses on the TV from those who were present & witnessed the event, I heard their risible excuses for their inaction & I do not find them justified, let alone credible. Those bystanders had a choice more choice than poor Lee had, their self-serving excuses simply do not hold up! Those excuses are shameful & can simply be dismissed as mere attempts at self-justification, in order to assuage their own guilt at their own failing to act as decent human beings.
I’ll admit these bystanders have angered, disgusted & insulted me, but I also feel shamed by their lack of action. For my part I do not consider those people worthy of the praise which has showered upon them by the political class & media. Even those women who did step up only did so after the event hardly a praise worthy action in of it self (more like an act of self-preservation,) is that why they have been suddenly dropped from the media focus? Because in reality there were no heroics from the crowd which had gathered to witness the slaughter & the sickening triumphalism of the killers of young Lee. Even the woefully inept & shamefully politically/ideologically contaminated msm can see that, as the msm outlets can’t spin heroism when none is present (only cowardice,) as they know in reality they couldn’t get away with it. The reality here is therefore really simple, the only hero was Lee Rigby & he was lying in a pool of his own blood in the middle of the road dead. Ultimately people only became interested in an illusion of being seen to be doing something after watching the two suspects first run Lee down, then pounce on him like animals & hack away at his body like demented butchers, & then watched as they dragged his blood soaked corpse out in to the middle of the road as if some sick trophy. Indeed I remember shouting at the telly ‘isn’t anyone going to do something’, & no one did.
Now I shall be clear I’m not saying these people could have saved Lee far from it (as those two scum were on him far too quick for that), but they could have at least intervened once it was clear what these cowardly scum bags were up to. As it became almost clear within a mere minutes (this can be confirmed when you read & listen to witness testimony available on-line, as well as to the witness accounts that were given in interviews to the msm, as well from the police own accounts.) Thus, it had become quickly apparent this was no tragic road accident, that the suspects were not rendering help/aid to someone they had accidentally knocked over in their car, when looked at critically such excuses can be dismissed for what they are, self-serving misdirection to hide their inaction. And so we are left with a maddeningly bizarre, upsetting & disturbing sight of hundreds of people casually milling about filming an atrocity with their camera phones. These were onlookers to a heinous crime, they watched & filmed as the two suspects hacked away Lee’s helpless body, and yet in all that time it occurred to no one to do anything, it occurred to no one to go & render help & aid to Lee, it occurred to no one to step up & man up. It therefore seems that those witness to this atrocity simply didn’t act, didn’t they think their inaction was wrong & to not do something was in of itself as good being an accomplice after the fact, that it was simply wrong to be a bystander? Simply then no one thought this was wrong, no one thought I should be do something to stop those animals, instead they simply stood back & filmed or just gawked acting as though this was a normal daily occurrence.
What is clear then from those images of the milling about of the bystanders gawking at an atrocity being committed before is how seemingly acquiescent they are to the fate of poor Lee. I have no doubt that their lack of action has been noted by other Islamist scum not just here in the UK but across the world, we already have told of a similar atrocity taken place in Paris France in recent days. The symbolic message of this on looking bystander is clear, here is a population who will not only not defend itself, this a population that will not raise a hand to protect any other from such a heinous crime, but will more than likely accept with quiet compliance their own fate if such is visited upon them. After all if they are not prepared to intervene for Lee they are not prepared to intervene when it comes to themselves or others around them. A significant proportion of the population can then be viewed as mere lambs to the slaughter, this a nation of sheeple simply awaiting their fate at the hands of the dhimmi politicians & Islamists.
As for the Police response this in itself is worthy of an ‘independent’ public inquiry & parliamentary investigation but I won’t be holding my breath, these are after all the untouchables. The Police in the eyes of the Political class & media are beyond reproach (mostly because the establishment rely on them to bully us the people in to a submissive state of quiet compliance & acquiescence.) As already in the days since, politicians have heaped praise upon the ‘brave’ actions of the police, yet it took armed police 20 minutes to take action against the suspects because that is how long it took the armed response units to arrive on scene: yet Woolwich Police station is only 300 metres approx away from the scene, and it still took the local in the vicinity ’unarmed’** police officers a full 9/10mins approx-to arrive on scene. Which means that when the police did finally arrive on scene they were actually present during the time the two suspects were parading about the road talking to passers-by/witnesses, (the Metropolitan Police own accounts confirm this.) Meaning police officers were able if they had any balls about them, an opportunity to intervene at an earlier stage in order to render aid & assistance to poor Lee had they so chosen. But those so-called police officers didn’t man up to carry out their duty & no one in the msm has bothered to ask why. So questions remain about the police inaction which do need answers; why did the local police take so long to arrive on scene? What were these Police officers doing? Why were they standing some distance back from the scene? Were the officers following orders, guidelines/procedures which prevented them from carrying out their duty? Were officers more concerned for their own safety? What were the local police doing, why did it take so long to arrive on scene? Were they hiding behind cars & bushes? We know the police were on scene ‘taking cover’, was this behind cars & bushes. Police have confirmed ’unarmed’ officers were on scene prior to armed response, confirmations made in their statements amongst the rest of the Mets typical corporate policing BS, witnesses have also confirmed this, yet in the images thus far seen they are not present or at least not visible, so how far back were the Police & where are they? The only time we see any Police officers near the scene is when the armed officers turned up to shoot the two suspects. After which the mass of police officers already present yet out of sight descend en-mass, appearing as if seemingly out of no where from their hiding places frantically yelling out their orders to all, pushing, &
moving shoving onlookers away as they begin to set up a police line & proceed to close down the scene, how brave & heroic of them.
This in my view is a complete fail by the Police to carry out what you would think would be part of their most basic duty that to protect the innocent from harm/danger (yet you can’t ignore the culture of the self-serving Police & elf n’safety guv.) What is the point of the Police if even they too refuse or are operationally unable to intervene in such circumstances? Don’t talk to me about risks, procedures & other myriad of corporate policing BS. Are not the Police supposed accept such risk taking as part of the job, do not senior police officers wax lyrically about how officers constantly put their lives on the line for us the people/communities, & for this we ought to be grateful/respectful & further lavish them with high pay & gold-plated pensions. I think the police poor response & inaction by those officers first on scene completely & utterly refutes if not outright contradicts such claims. And through the Police’s own actions or rather inaction ably exemplifies what the modern police stands for (itself as a corporate body,) completely trashing the mythos of the Police ‘working for you’ slogan, showing it up for exactly what it is pure bureaucratic-corporate, political rhetorical BS. Because when it really does matter we now know the Police are more concerned for their own lives than those they have sworn oaths to protect, & won’t by their corporate nature be there or able to be there when needed due to standing orders, police procedures/guidelines, not forgetting elf’ n’ safety first guv. Further confirming what most of us already knew about our self-important, self-righteous, inadequate, bullying & woeful police, that we can not trust the Police to do their jobs let alone carry out their duty, & not to protect us when it matters. So the next time we see senior police officers or the Police Federation demanding more money we the public now know exactly what to say to these grasping parasites of the public purse, & it goes something along the lines of…Foxtrot Oscar! Indeed they now join the ranks of the bystander. Again I ask, for what is the point of the Police if they fail to act as they have here, this to me is then another abject lesson of Woolwich & it is one I am sure hasn’t been missed by those of whom who seek to harm us all both at home & abroad.
No matter how we cut this, the immediate on-scene public non response to Lee Rigby being
murdered slaughtered, the offensive bystanding of the public & the equally shameful & offensive Police immediate response & inaction once on scene are not just shameful acts but are in of themselves worryingly disturbing. The passiveness of the bystanders was simply wrong no matter how you try to justify it or try explain it away. From the people to Police none are praise worthy as none attempted to help Lee Rigby when it mattered the most, their attitude is disgusting & sickening, it is perverse to praise such behaviour. Even post event we are still having the usual platitudes praising the community coming together after the event (easy to lay flowers, leave cards & weep,) such rhetoric clearly indicates to what was an already divided community prior to Lee Rigby’s murder. But again it is simply perverse, there was no ‘unity’ of community on that day in question, there was no ‘spirit of London’ which was self-evident. Indeed the myopia & hubris of these political rhetorical statements is all too evidently clear. They can only be preached by the deluded whom have come to believe over time in their own propaganda, not to mention their own separateness from the real world.
The murder of Lee Rigby will live long in the national psyche, it was the barbarity of the attack which will ensure that it will endure. Lee Rigby will not be forgotten, nor will his attackers ever be forgiven. Indeed I think that given time that this event will prove to be turning point in this country as there will be a blowback. We are already seeing a backlash to Woolwich, but it won’t end here with attempts at arson on Mosques & broken windows, because the root of the problem is within our divided country, within the cultural & political divides. The politics of identity, multiculturalism, immigration, Islam topics deemed off topic by our political masters and the left, between them the left of centre political class & the left’s cultural marxists with their cultural/moral relativism has so corrupted our politics. In so doing having created a vexed nightmare of contortions, & contradictions of political correctness, a political vacuüm now exists & in politics where vacuums exist these are typically filled by the extremists, & this is what is happening, & it’s been bubbling under the surface for years.
The failure of any one coming to the aid of Lee Rigby when it mattered is thus a symptom of the wider malaise within our demos & polity of all which is rotten within the UK. It is now evidently clear we are a significantly politically & culturally divided people in many parts of our country, more so than we like to believe let alone admit to, our political rot & cultural divisions run deep. The conditioning & social engineering of the people in to their cultural servile state continues apace. The people have allowed themselves to be cowed into surrendering their responsibility not only for themselves but for their neighbours & fellow-man, their bystander behaviour is nothing to be proud of neither is their behaviour representative of all of us. But unfortunately given the apparent numbers of bystanders a significant proportion of the people can no longer be counted on to do the right thing, let recognise what is the right thing. These people are nothing but sheeple & as such through their own inaction that day stand as a disgrace & ultimately whether we like it or not shame us all.
It would seem therefore that the mass of people are now so risk averse so compliant to state authority that they have become inert when faced with atrocity, nothing was done let alone attempted to act on the behalf of Lee Rigby a man, a soldier, a father left to his fate by an uncaring apathetic crowd of onlookers, who leaves behind a two-year old son who now has to grow up without his dad by his side.
* In social psychology this is termed the bystander effect
** A common misnomer as UK Police whilst not armed with fire arms per se they are indeed equipped with a metal baton stick (extendable), CS spray, & now TASERs. They also wear stab proof vests & are of course proficient in arrest & restraint procedures.
- Bloodied attacker justifies Woolwich knife attack – graphic footage (telegraph.co.uk)
- Woolwich Terrorist, truth emerging, parallels to Boston (canadafreepress.com)
- Flat of Woolwich suspect’s sister raided (itv.com)
- MI5 ‘approached Woolwich suspect’ (seachranaidhe1.wordpress.com)
- Woolwich attack: ‘wall of flowers’ for Drummer Lee Rigby (telegraph.co.uk)