UK: River in Paki-Infested Bradford Runs Yellow with Curry Spices

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
April 19, 2018

In April of 1968, Enoch Powell delivered an anti-immigration speech to his fellow conservatives in Birmingham. The speech, which caused a political storm among Britain’s wog worshipers, famously quoted a line from Virgil’s Aeneid: “As I look ahead, I am filled with foreboding; like the Roman, I seem to see the River Tiber foaming with much vindaloo.”

Everyone laughed at him at the time.

They’re not laughing any more.

Daily Mail:

A Yorkshire city famous for its curries is in hot water after its drainage system became polluted with spices.

An underground river which flows beneath Bradford has become stained yellow due to the turmeric and other curry spices washed into the system.

Quick demographic rundown: Bradford is one of the most enriched cities in the UK. It’s a true diversity gateau, with a Paki sponge, an Indian filling and some nigger icing for decoration.

Come to think of it, Bradford is a bit like the Detroit of England: the mere mention of its name has the average Bonglander reeling, their minds aflame with images of racial invaders roaming the streets of a former industrial powerhouse.

Do you wipe your arse with toilet paper rather than your hand? Then GTFO of Bradford, weirdo.

Seriously though, what’s going to happen to the fish in that polluted river?

What if they react to the spices?

Will they turn into Indian fish?

The city’s ancient drains mean much of the stained and spicy water now ends up in Yorkshire’s River Aire, sparking concern among locals.

Well, at least those Paki locals showed some concern fo-

The issue was highlighted in an annual report by the group Friends of Bradford Beck, leading to an investigation by the Environment Agency.

Rob Hellawell, 49, said the city’s many curry houses were not breaking any rules and were unaware the impact the spices were having on the streams.

He said: ‘The old systems, at the time of the Industrial Revolution, saw businesses dump straight into the public watercourse.

‘Nowadays there are a lot of new extensions built where washing machines are plumbed into the drains rather than the foul sewerage system.

‘Builders see a drain and connect to it, without realising what it is.’

Oh. It’s the white minority who care about the river, not the Pakis who polluted it.

Shock. My. Imagine.

This is a trend we see time and time again: non-white subhumans pollute or simply trash a place and a bunch of white people, often volunteers from elsewhere, mobilize to clean it up.

The 2011 London riots provided a great example of this phenomenon:

Demolition crew.

Clean-up crew.

Why do these whites do it? What’s the point?

What kind of spastic thinks it’s a good idea to mop the floor while the faucet is turned on?

Either kick out the non-whites who are polluting your country (in more ways than one), or sit back and watch as that country becomes Third World.

There isn’t a viable middle-of-the-road solution here.