The Desire to Kill English People By Richard Miller

     The death of Western civilisation is a long drawn out messy affair. Some people simply want to kill English people, perhaps because … well … white privilege? I don’t know… it could be because we are in a racist society; you know the tune, which plays endlessly. Sociology can give us no other explanation. Whatever; it all must be our fault.

“An Afghan asylum seeker who tried to murder a complete stranger while 'fuelled' by a desire to kill English people was jailed for 21 years. Samiulahaq Akbari, 22, was caught on CCTV walking into the Tesco Extra in Thornton Heath, south London, on January 8. Akbari tapped a customer on the shoulder and asked for his nationality. He then took a swing at the victim, Mr Speight, with a ten-inch kitchen knife when he said he was from the UK. Mr Speight managed to kick Akbari off when he leapt on him and miraculously escaped from the scuffle without a mark on him. Just ten minutes earlier Akbari had pulled a knife on two other men in separate establishments on the same road in Croydon and was said to be 'fuelled with the same intention'. Prosecutor Heidi Stonecliffe told jurors: 'On that evening in January this year this defendant had set out deliberately to threaten, harm and kill members of the public by virtue of their nationality, or what Mr Akbari perceived to be their nationality - they were English.' Akbari was convicted of attempted murder over the rampage which took place just 12 days after he was released from prison for another assault. Judge Mark Dennis QC jailed him yesterday for 19 years with an extended licence period of two years. The judge said: 'The report on you says you have a deep seated fixation which gave rise to serious violent situations when in drink.'”

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