June 2024

Every day is an “enrichment day”

1. The joys of multi-cultural enrichment

As you all know, here at snouts-in-the-trough our mission is to spread the message about how we should all be celebrating the joys of multi-cultural enrichment

Of course, there will always be ‘isolated incidents’ which cynics will use to suggest enrichment isn’t always great. But we all know that enrichment is the future and we welcome it. Anyway, here are just a few of those ‘isolated incidents’ from the last couple of days that stupid, misguided, bigoted cynics might try to use to criticise the enrichment that we all so desperately want:

London – man arrested outside Buckingham Palace after attacking police with a large knife

Brussels – man shot dead while attacking soldiers with a large knife

Rotterdam – man arrested after being found with a Spanish-registered van full of gas canisters near a rock concert

Amsterdam – also in the Netherlands – a believed to be de-radicalized man spread propaganda for the jihad while working with young people in Amsterdam’s radicalization and polarization department. Bilal L was hired as a youth worker because he was deemed, a spokesperson confirmed, to “know everything about radicalization and could spot and keep young people off the jihad-road.” But instead, he was actually preaching the jihad doctrine to  young people, and had been doing so for several years

London – Egyptian man jailed after murdering a man in Hyde Park. Hani Khalaf, 22, battered 62-year-old carer Jairo Medina to death before trawling through his belongings and stealing his mobile phone. The Egyptian had entered Britain illegally claiming to be from Syria and been arrested and bailed by the police more than 6 times for crimes (mainly robberies) but hadn’t been deported

Germany – a Kurdish refugee found his torturers from ISIL were in the same refugee camp as him. When he reported this to the German authorities they decided not to investigate and not to take any action

London – police will be prioritising investigating crimes against the “vulnerable” (people for whom English is a second language) and deprioritising crimes against native white English speakers

2. Spain – death by incompetence or political correctness?

I think we’ve all been impressed by the speed with which the usually useless Spanish police killed or arrested the multi-cultural enrichers after the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils:

But less attention has been paid to the reaction of police constable Manuel and his mates following the house explosion which preceded the attacks. So, let’s just spend a couple of minutes on that.

A house used by our friends from Morocco exploded. After the explosion, Spanish police found 120 gas canisters at the house. I imagine that in many smaller Spanish towns there’s no gas supply. Instead people use large gas canisters bought from the local garage or supermarket. When a gas canister is used up, they take back the empty one and buy a new full one. The empty one is then returned to the supplier, refilled and used again.

If we assume that a typical large gas canister lasts a typical family a few weeks – say one month – then with 120 gas canisters, the Moroccans living at the house had enough gas for about ten years. That’s quite a lot of gas. Yet despite a CIA warning about an impending attack on Las Ramblas in Barcelona, police constable Manuel and his mates apparently suspected nothing (“I know nothing” as Manuel used to say in Fawlty Towers) when they found ten years of gas stored at just one house used by North Africans.

Of course, we’ll never know why the Spanish police suspected nothing. Was it just old-fashioned incompetence? Or was it because political correctness prevented them even suggesting that misguided multi-cultural enrichers might be about to do something unpleasant in the same way that political correctness caused the British police to look the other way when over 40,000 “white trash” girls were being gang-raped, gang-sodomised, gang-tortured and prostituted for 10 to 15 years?

3. Welcome to Paris

And here, to cheer us all up on this bank holiday weekend is a typical enrichment street scene from City of Love Paris – enjoy:

6 comments to Every day is an “enrichment day”

  • Tom

    And these are just the ones that the #Fakenews tell us about.

  • Roy

    I’m sorry you lot, why don’t you understand that I@@am DOES mean peace ! When we are all M@@@ims then peace will follow.
    Oh, hang on, Sunni, Shia……bugger !!!

  • smiff

    can anybody please tell me what this is all about? “the police prioritising crime against non indigenous white people in favour of people who speak English as a second language”
    as the lefty libtard elite remind us ,people are quite right to raise their concerns about mass immigration ,just don’t dare mention it.
    and anybody however sensible and rational their views are if they don’t agree with the lefty lib elite they are automatically a rascist.
    I have absolutely no doubt if this continued apathy by ordinary sensible rational people continues and the lefty libtard elite drowning out everybody whos views differ from theirs continues,we are heading to a very dark corner indeed..
    I don’t believe we are doing enough to stop this nonsense we are just accepting it quietly ,even though the vast majority of ordinary sensible people are against this oppressive censorship and political correctness,we really do need to get the sensible masses to come out of their hiding places wherever they are ..

  • LettuceBacon

    Investigative reporter Dilyana Gaytandzhieva authored a bombshell report for Trud Newspaper, based in Sofia, Bulgaria, which found that an Azerbaijan state airline company was regularly transporting tons of weaponry to Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Turkey under diplomatic cover as part of the CIA covert program to supply anti-Assad fighters in Syria. Those weapons, Gaytandzhieva found, ended up in the hands of ISIS and al-Qaeda terrorists in Iraq and Syria.

  • ThinkForYourself

    Once we had a Conservative Party and we had a leader that would stand head and shoulders above those that oppress us today.

    “The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples’ money.”

    “When I’m out of politics I’m going to run a business, it’ll be called rent-a-spine”

    “there is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women, and there are families.”

  • Tom

    Check out mark Dice on Youtube and some of his videos of Trump owning reporters etc, one today about how he owned Fakenews pver pardoning the great Sheriff Joe,we need a Trump instaedof the yellowbellies we have now. Mind you in the Daily Fail today a judge openly challenged a sharia supporter in court for not standing and following court procedure, a jusdge with brains and a backbone. How rare is this in Blighty, Judges should be elected. Check out Mark Dice folks,

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