Saturday, October 07, 2006

Brave heroes hounded out

MUSLIM yobs who wrecked a house to stop four brave soldiers moving in after returning from Afghanistan sparked outrage last night. The house in a village near riot-torn Windsor had BRICKS thrown through windows and was DAUBED with messages of hate. Four young Household Cavalry officers who had planned to rent it were also the target of phone THREATS.
This is the peaceful way young Muslims show their gratitude for being free.
The young officers -— from the same regiment as Prince Harry -— had planned to use the four-bed house for rest and recuperation after months risking their lives on the frontline. Louts struck two days after the four arrived in uniform in an Army Land Rover to view it. The source said: "A gang of local Muslims set about keeping them away. They hurled bricks through the windows and then wrote offensive graffiti across the front of the house."” The vile messages included one in 4ft letters on the drive -— warning: "“F*** off"”. Sources inside Windsor'’s Combermere Barracks -— where the officers are based -— confirmed Muslims had made calls threatening the men.
If I said what I'm thinking, I'd be accused of being a bigot. I don't care! This sort of thing is becoming more common in countries who have open their arms to welcome people from all over the world. It's no longer acceptable as far as I'm concerned. They can go back where they came from, and then try pulling that kind of crap!
The house'’s owner Johanna Ledwidge refused to comment beyond saying she was very upset. A shocked neighbour in the quiet street said: "“We pride ourselves in this neighbourhood that we welcome all cultures."” Tory MP Philip Davies said of the attack: “This is outrageous. "If there'’s anybody who should f*** off it'’s the Muslims who are doing this kind of thing. Police should pull out the stops to track down these vile thugs."”
Obviously, some in the neighborhood aren't so welcoming to returning heroes.
A spokesman for letting agency Kings, who are marketing the property, said: "“It was an isolated case of vandalism. We do not know the reasons behind it."”
Not too bright, are they! The reasons are pretty obvious to me. But then, what do I know. H/T: Infidel Bloggers Alliance