Tuesday, 20 April 2010

"Onlookers were shocked" as 2 teenage girls beat man to death

This story is yet another example of the decline of British society. Last year an openly gay man was walking through Trafalgar Square when two drunk teenage girls began hurling insults at him. The man decided to respond by slapping one of them across the face. Another man, who was with the two girls, then grabbed Ian Baynham and punched him - knocking him unconscious from an injury that would eventually kill him.

Now, SMW is not going to take some pretend moral high ground here. If I was out and some guy slapped me across the face (even if I was behaving like a complete wench), I am pretty sure any and all of the men that I am friends with would respond in some way - and that the response would likely be physical. However - there is a huge difference between restraining someone and beating them to death - which is allegedly what happened.

Ian Baynham was beaten to death in Trafalgar Square by two teenage girls and their male friend.
'However, that did not suffice. There's evidence that the females then began putting the boot into Mr Baynham as he lay unconscious on his back. He was deeply in distress from the blow.
'Shocked onlookers saw repeated stamping on his chest and forceful kicks to the head.
'He began making snoring noises, evidence of unconsciousness, and fitting on the pavement, signs of primary brain damage.
'It was obvious that Mr Baynham was critically injured.'


When one of Mr. Baynham's friends tried to help him - one of the girls attacked him as well. And this is what I try to tell people about life in the UK: You can NEVER count on other people to defend you or protect you. Trafalgar Square is one of the busiest places in London. At any given time there are hundreds (sometimes thousands) of people in it. Nowhere in the article does it mention any bystanders trying to stop two teenage girls (plus one boy) from beating a clearly unconscious man to death. This is a country that has been castrated. A country where police actually advise people NOT to intervene and help victims, because they themselves could become a victim. Sadly acts of violence in this country are so common that locals tend to walk by them without thinking twice. "Oh too bad for them, but I don't want to get involved," seems to be the common sentiment. There is also the fear of getting stabbed to death. The violent run wild in London - it was just a few weeks ago that a teenage boy was hunted down and stabbed to death in one of the city's main train stations. Witnesses reported that these gangs had been fighting in the station for a week - and the police failed to control it. We live in a society where the violent fear nothing and face few consequences. It really is a jungle out there.