Saturday, October 07, 2006

Brave heroes hounded out

The Sun reported Muslim yobs who wrecked a house to stop four brave soldiers moving in after returning from Afghanistan sparked outrage last night.

The Muslims were certainly brave. Vandelizing a house rather than going over to Afganistan and facing the soldiers on the battlefield.
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. They were yesterday forced to look elsewhere to live — after top brass warned them against inflaming racial violence near the Queen’s Windsor Castle home.
Perhaps they need more police protection, both for the Queen's Windsor Castle home and for the decent people, including soldiers, that live in the neighborhood.
... Colleagues of the officers branded the vandalism a “disgrace”. A source at the regiment said: “These guys have done nothing but bravely serve their country — yet they can’t even live where they want in their own country.” The £3,000-a-month detached home in picturesque Datchet, Berks, is less than a mile from Windsor Castle. It was attacked as extra police were drafted into Windsor — where battles have raged for days between Asian and white gangs.

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