The first attack on a refugee center in the UK occurred around 2 am last night. This comes just two days after The Telegraph reported on a new Tony Blair biography that accuses him of executing a “conspiracy” during the 1990’s and early 2000’s to flood the United Kingdom with immigrants without the populace’s consent or awareness.
The details of the attack come from The Liverpool Echo:
A suspected petrol bomb attack on an asylum seeker centre is being treated as a race-hate crime.
A flaming object was flung at a front window of multi-occupancy flats in Aintree , in the early hours of Sunday morning, shattering the glass.
Police attended the address on Church Avenue just before 2am and found fire damage to the front of the property, which used to operate as the Bounty House hotel, close to Aintree Racecourse.
Now it has emerged detectives suspect the arson is racially motivated.
Locals said a variety of asylum seekers, from different countries, lived at the 15-bed centre.
Serco workers, who now operate the building, said the occupants spoke very little English.
Chief Inspector Matt Boyle said: “The latest incident is being investigated by specialist detectives from the force’s SIGMA team, who are dedicated to investigating incidents of hate crime.
“No-one should be targeted in this way, whether that be for their race, beliefs or disability.”
An 18-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of arson over the weekend and is being quizzed by police on suspicion of committing arson with intent to endanger life.
The UK has not seen large-scale arson attacks on refugee centers, as countries such as Germany and Sweden have. This is most likely because the UK’s mass immigration tends to be of a more economic type, and thus there are fewer of such centers, compared with the “humanitarian superpower” Sweden, and similarly focused Germany. Each of these countries has rather focused on the “refugee” side of mass migration, bringing in (literally) millions of such “refugees”, who are then given free housing, medical care, food, and counseling in so-called “refugee centers”.
In this regard the UK is in substance quite different from Germany and Sweden, and the roots of its own mass migration go back to the late 40’s and early 50’s. At that point it was primarily non-white citizens of British colonies abroad, such as Jamaicans and Indians and Pakistanis, who were being brought to Britain. The scale of migration steadily grew over the decades hence, until now the UK is in as tenuous a situation as any nation in Europe, with the exception of perhaps Sweden. Many people have long associated the 1990’s with the most aggressive of these mass-migration efforts, however, and their suspicions now seem to be receiving confirmation, according to a new article from The Telegraph:
Tony Blair is accused of ‘presiding over a silent conspiracy’ that allowed two million migrants to enter Britain during his decade in power.
A new biography of the former prime minister by the celebrated investigative journalist Tom Bower claims Mr Blair ordered his Labour government not to publicly discuss the issue.
“Asylum seekers should be allowed to stay in Britain. Removal takes too long and it’s emotional,” [said] Barbara Roche, immigration minister
The book Broken Vows: Tony Blair – the Tragedy of Power alleges that the minister in charge of border control ruled against deporting failed asylum seekers because it would be too “emotional” to do so.
The article continues…
Mr Bower interviewed more than 200 senior civil servants, ex-ministers and insiders and claims Mr Blair told officials and ministers: “Don’t mention the advantages of immigration in public because they won’t even want that.”
The book claims that Mr Blair and his Government ‘cynically repackaged’ asylum seekers as economic migrants to the benefit of 350,000 asylum seekers.
It alleges that Barbara Roche, the immigration minister between 1999 and 2001, told a senior immigration official: “Asylum seekers should be allowed to stay in Britain. Removal takes too long and it’s emotional.”
According to some estimates as many as 2.3 million migrants came to the UK during new Labour’s stranglehold on power from 1997 to 2010.
This hearkens back to an argument I made in Counter-Currents last year, that a potential form of 4GW protest in Europe could be the symbolic “trial” and “execution” of traitorous European leaders. Tony Blair would certainly be a prime candidate for such an exercise.
With the UK government cracking down on all forms of political opposition when it comes to mass-migration, it will be informative to see whether incidents like this Molotov-Cocktail attack become more regular.
The question of how effective they will be is also one to ask. As we discussed recently in relation to Germany, the key is connecting such actions to the broader issue plaguing the native British (and European) people, which is their displacement, rape, murder, and, arguably, genocide.
By connecting acts of political protest and political violence to this program of government-instigated suicide and genocide, the acts become linked with the feelings of the broader populace and achieve an outsized level of power within the moral level of war. An example of this is explained well in this article on Anders Behring Breivik by Greg Johnson. As previously noted on this website, random attacks against refugee centers are anonymous, with their motives by definition lacking clarity, and therefore unable to be leveraged into a large “moral” outrage or focus, and thus not as effective in the moral/strategic layer of war.
With that said, acts such as the one in Liverpool last night are certainly evidence that the population of the UK is losing patience and hope in government, and can be viewed as one of the first signs that the people are awakening, and will eventually fight for their homeland and their future, and fight to stop allowing politicians like Tony Blair and David Cameron to lie and lobby towards the death of their nation’s native people.