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In February 2023 a protest outside migrant hotel ‘The Suites’ near Liverpool, organised in response to local girls being sexually harassed by asylum seekers, descended into chaos with an abandoned police van torched by masked trouble-makers in Antifa ‘Black blok’ style clothing, while police looked on. Patriotic Alternative, a pro-White activist organisation, was immediately framed for the Kirkby arson by anti-White journalists and activists, leading to calls in parliament for them to be removed from social media. Days after they were suddenly de-platformed from Twitter. We take a closer look at the curious events surrounding the Kirkby protest and examine the many questions arising from this story. ... After securing a 10 year, £4 billion contract with the UK government to organise asylum seeker housing[5], in 2022, Serco started a contract with a hotel in the Liverpool area of the UK, where there is now a number of similar Serco migrant-hotels. ‘The Suites’ Hotel is in Kirkby, which is an ethnically homogenous, tight-knit neighbourhood with a 98% White population with many families of Irish ancestry. Formerly fondly regarded amongst locals as a venue for weddings, birthdays and spa visits, when Serco took over old staff were sacked[20] and locals venturing in chased off by security guards. After 200 asylum claimants took over the hotel, local girls and women found themselves being harassed by the foreigners who stood out with dark North African features and poor English. On January 23rd 2023, Britain First made a short film outside the Suites, after being made to leave the compound by a Muslim security guard[6]. The video showed male migrants coming and going with a group of three admitting to being from Afghanistan when asked. They also commented on the many bikes provided by migrant charities, propped up outside the hotel. On February 4th members of Patriotic Alternative made a short film outside the hotel presented by Kirkby resident Rev James Costello[7]. In the freezing weather they had been feeding homeless Brits in Liverpool and pointed out that our homeless receive no free accommodation, food or dental and medical help unlike asylum claimants. They also distributed 200 leaflets about migrants being housed in hotels while homeless Brits freeze on the streets[8].

Ben, 16, had a wholesome upbringing and was adored by his middle-class parents. But, as his shattered mother reveals, that wasn't enough to stop her finding him dead in a squalid hostel
Towards the end of the agonisingly long and drawn-out inquest into the death of 16-year-old Ben Nelson-Roux, a poignant video was played in the coroner's court, at his parents' request. Overlain with tributes from his friends and his maths tutor, it showed an exuberant boy enjoying a wholesome upbringing in the most affluent part of Yorkshire. Here was Ben, enjoying outdoorsy holidays with his father, Barry Nelson, 57, a global operations manager with Mastercard, and mother, Kate Roux, 47, a massage therapist and Tai Chi teacher, who responsibly and lovingly co-parented him after their separation. There he was, driving a tractor during a carefree weekend on the Wensleydale farm run by his beloved Uncle Willie, who always let him wear his overly-long, brown overcoat. A coat that Ben liked so much that his parents — who gave him a natural funeral in the countryside and adorned his coffin with his favourite bird, a red kite — decided he should be dressed in it when they laid him to rest. The contrast between the boy we saw in that film and the anguished teenager he had become by the time his mother found him, lying lifeless on his bed in a squalid homeless hostel, is almost unfathomable. It serves as a grim reminder of the catastrophic consequences when any young person — and particularly someone as vulnerable as Ben, who suffered from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) — falls into the clutches of a County Lines drugs gang. According to a recent government report, these predatory syndicates have ensnared tens of thousands of children, some of primary school age, and now pervade virtually every corner of Britain. The inquest into Ben's death ended on Monday. Having heard that he had taken cocaine, cannabis and ecstasy, North Yorkshire Senior Coroner Jon Heath decided that he had probably died of multiple drug use. However, the precise cause could not be established because Ben died during the Covid pandemic, in April 2020, and an intrusive post-mortem examination was not carried out. Mr Heath said Ben should not have been placed in the hostel, a converted Victorian house in Harrogate intended for adults aged over 25, which was clearly unsuitable for his needs and plagued with drug and alcohol abuse and outbreaks of violence. He said local councils ought to have cast the net wider when searching for suitable accommodation. He will write to the Health Secretary to express concern over the lack of drug facilities for people aged under 18. Outside the court, Ben's parents expressed dismay at the outcome, saying the hearing had failed to provide the answers they sought. They claimed Ben had been 'failed in death as he was in life', and that his 'life was seen as less valuable because he used drugs'.

cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/83680 > Urging authors and writers to resist censorship, amid an enhanced effort to edit and rewrite classic works of literature to remove anything deemed ‘offensive’.

cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/82219 > It is actually apparent that those areas with higher jab rates had higher levels of excess death.

cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/82167 > **Germany** remains heavily reliant on coal power, which from 2017 to 2021 generated 31% of the nation’s electricity. Despite the dependence on the carbon intensive fossil fuel, wind and solar energy generation together made up more of Germany’s electricity generation at 33% (23% for wind and 10% for solar). > > **France** is Europe’s largest economy that primarily relies on nuclear power, with nuclear power making up more than half of the country’s electricity production. > > **Italy**, the **UK**, and the **Netherlands** are all primarily natural gas powered when it comes to their electricity generation from 2017 to 2021. While Italy is the most reliant of the three at 42% of electricity generated by natural gas, the Netherlands (40%), and the UK (38%) aren’t too far off.

cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/82165 > It captures a self-proclaimed 25-year-old migrant propositioning her -- and persisting even after she tells him she's ten years younger. > > When the girl says, "I'm only 15," the migrant replies, "Okay, good." > > "That's not good," says the girl. "You don't do this in this country...you go to jail if you do this."

cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/81675 > If you have suffered from high energy prices, blame a conniving, duplicitous Joe Biden.

CEO of Pfizer Albert Bourla was found GUILTY in the UK of misleading the public about the Covid Vaccine for Children
cross-posted from: https://exploding-heads.com/post/81644 > Send him to the gallows

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