December 7, 2019
Nightmare Island never fails to deliver the headlines, let me tell you.
I think this is because the UK is run by private school elites who were buggered in their schooldays and now participate in ritual pedo/pizza-philia, as well as the fact that the UK was historically the first country to surrender to organized Jewry. And most importantly because you have news sites like the Daily Mail who still report on the machete gangs.
Other countries like Sweden no doubt suffer from similar woes, but you just don’t hear about the ultraviolence as much anymore, because they don’t have a Daily Mail.
Alarming new CCTV footage has been released showing the machete-wielding gang that stabbed a young father to death.
Two men have now been found guilty of the murder of Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck, 19, and the attempted murder of a second man, aged 20.
Tyrell Graham, 18, and Sheareem Cookhorn, 21, were found guilty on Friday. Cookhorn was also found guilty of possession of a firearm with intent.
Three 17-year-old males, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were also convicted of murdering Kamali and grievous bodily harm in relation to the second man.
The jury heard the group had been calculated in their plan to cause serious injury on the night of February 22.
The night before the attack on Kamali and the other victim, the gang had parked a car, a silver Peugeot 307 on the Broadwater Farm Estate, which would become their meeting point before and after the attack.
On the night of the murder, a group of seven males, including the five defendants and two unknown individuals, set off on bicycles towards Wood Green at around 7pm.
The five defendants were carrying at least five knives between them, including a machete and a small sword, and a handgun and a shotgun.
Once the gang saw their targets they immediately dropped their bikes and whipped out their knives and guns.
Cookhorn began shooting at the victims but missed. One bullet was later recovered in a nearby shop after narrowly missing customers and staff.
The victims tried to escape and ran off in different directions. The gang caught up with the 20-year-old victim, stabbed him eight times and shot him once in the buttock.
Kamali had managed to get into his car and began driving towards the gang to try and frighten them off.
The gang then began smacking his car’s windows and windscreen with their weapons. Kamali then got out of his car and ran into a hairdresser’s shop but the gang caught up with him and stabbed him to death.
The murderers then fled on their bikes back to their parked car, where they changed their clothes and left the area.
It’s funny because the black gangs ride bicycles.
But you will have that.
The Shire has been overrun.
I’m just wondering why this isn’t as sensational as the Uzbek who went on a stabbing spree near London Bridge.
Other than the Daily Mail (and probably RT), there isn’t really any coverage of this machete gang storm, while the London Bridge was this huge ordeal in the media.
Why get outraged over one and not the other?
Is it the choice of location? Does a historic downtown filled with tourists and well-to-do folks make it more important than a machete gang attack in a residential area?
Is it the choice of victims? Do effete liberals from Cambridge matter more to people because they belong to a higher caste in British society?
Is it the fact that the attackers weren’t Moslems? Does a knife to the gut not matter as much if it’s done by a mindless orc as opposed to a jihadi?
It is baffling, to be quite honest.
I expect the machete attacks to increase, but the public interest in them to wane, unless they occur around or in London Bridge specifically, which should be renamed.
For your consideration:
- Tolerance Bridge
- Blood Aqueduct
- Khan’s Gangplank
- Infidel Pontoon
- Machete Arch
All of them would fit, really.