How parts of England are being made into no-go zones, and media will not or cannot say by who

These links were left in a comment on another post (thank you Pope Urban II) and deserve attention. It is as interesting what is not written, as well as what is. Worth looking up the areas in question and determining the demographics. It becomes even more obvious who is doing what to whom and why.

 

1. Gangs in brick attacks on buses and taxis making roads around Salford Precinct ‘no-go areas’

 

Taxi driver Derek Egerton was behind buses as they were attacked on Saturday – yobs opened doors and threw snowballs containing rocks at 3 women and a child inside. Taxi driver Derek Egerton was behind buses as they were attacked on Saturday – yobs opened doors and threw snowballs containing rocks at 3 women and a child inside. Gangs of brick-throwing yobs are making parts of Salford no-go areas for buses and taxis after a series of terrifying attacks. Passengers were left cowering in fear after a bus was stopped in Pendleton and pelted with bricks by up to 20 balaclava-clad youths. And taxi drivers have told how roads around Salford Precinct and Chimney Pot Park are now too dangerous to visit. One cabbie with 25 years’ experience, Derek Egerton, vowed he will never work around Salford Precinct again after witnessing the bus attack. He said a gang threw bricks through the windows of his cab just days earlier.

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Read more at: http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1476697_gangs-in-brick-attacks-on-buses-and-taxis-making-roads-around-salford-precinct-no-go-areas

2. Terror for passengers as pack of youths attack bus in Salford

 

Passengers cowered in terror as yobs aged as young as 13 pelted a stranded bus with snowballs and a brick. A gang of between ten and 15 hooded youths surrounded the packed bus after it pulled into a stop in Salford. Police believe the yobs were all aged between 13 and 15-years-old. A large number of snowballs were hurled at the windows before the gang moved around to the back of the bus. They lifted the engine cover then pressed an emergency stop button, which meant that the bus was unable to drive away, before hurling a brick which smashed through a window. Passengers on board reported children screaming with fear.

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And some interesting flight locations and frequencies here from Manchester to the places where the people there likely still belong.

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2 Replies to “How parts of England are being made into no-go zones, and media will not or cannot say by who”

  1. Note the headline in this update to Danny’s assault . . .’a’ singular non-descript ‘man’ has been arrested, while it’s known that several other ‘Asian’ men along with three indescribable females [though the gang is identified as ‘Asian’]were involved in this assault:
    Man, 21, arrested over ‘race hate’ attack on trainee chef Daniel Stringer-Prince in Hyde

    Police have arrested a 21-year-old man after a teenage boy was left fighting for his sight in a suspected racist attack.

    Daniel Stringer-Prince, 17, was attacked by a gang of men as he walked through Hyde town centre with his best friend.

    The trainee baker was kicked and punched as he lay on the ground.

    He suffered a fractured skull and two fractured eye sockets. Surgeons will need to rebuild his right cheek with a metal plate.

    He will have to wait until later this week to find out from experts if the damage to his right eye is permanent. His friend, Kavan Brown, also 17, had his nose broken in an unprovoked attack in Nelson Street.

    All the gang were said Asian and the police are treating the attack as a race hate crime.

    The boys were walking down Market Street, Hyde, when they passed by a takeaway shop.

    Inside were a group of men and a woman. One of the men was said to have produced a knife and made a threatening gesture.

    The victims ignored this and walked on. But moments later, they said, the group spilled out of the takeaway and ran after them.

    The two boys are believed to have fled towards Nelson Street, but Daniel fell over and was attacked. It is believed he was repeatedly punched and kicked as he lay on the ground, suffering two fractured eye sockets. His friend was punched in the face, it is alleged.

    Police have been told there were around seven or eight offenders described as being Asian and in their late teens or early 20s. Three girls were also believed to be with the group, although they were not involved in the attack.

    Late on Monday night, a 21-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of Section 18 assault. He remains in police custody for questioning.

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