Saving Britain again
"Britain First" hero
Marek Zakrocki, a 48 year old window fitter and active supporter of the patriotic political party known as "Britain First" has been convicted at the Old Bailey after pleading guilty to charges of dangerous driving and assault by beating following his heroic attack on a local hotbed of Islamic extremism which had cunningly disguised itself as the "Spicy Night" Curry Restaurant in Harrow, west London.
Mr Zakrocki, who is actually a Polish immigrant, has been a long-time admirer of British values and at no time did he show how much he has been influenced by them than on the afternoon of the 23rd of June when, after getting drunk and beating up his Wife, stole his company van and drove it around the area, shouting and swearing at passers by.
His moment of glory came when he was approached by Mr Kamal Ahmed, the Spicy Night Curry Restaurant owner who politely asked him not to park outside the restaurant. Recognising this as merely a prelude to an attack, possibly a suicide bombing, he made his heroic decision to defend the people of Great Britain by disabling the mad Muslim who was obviously intent on mass murder.
Without a thought for his own safety and armed only with a knife, a baton torch and the company van, launched a desperate attack on the Islamic terrorist before he could carry out his fiendish plot, thereby preventing what could have been another atrocity on the streets of London.
Other charges relating to the possession of a knife and of grievous bodily harm were not proceeded with after it was disclosed that his intended victim was only a wog. It was also made clear by defending council Jonathan Lennon that when his client announced that he was "going to kill a Muslim", he only meant it in general terms and in no way was it intended to refer to Mr Ahmed.
Mr Zakrocki will almost certainly only receive a token sentence once US President Donald Trump intervenes on his behalf.
While we are talking about "Britain First"..................
Leader (or possibly deputy leader, I'm not quite sure) Jayda Fransen told a packed hall of supporters at their Annual General Meeting about how she now has a "special relationship" with the US President after he tweeted support for her series of racist videos posted on the party's website.
All of the 70 or so delegates attending cheered wildly as they were told that president Trump's tweet was also endorsed by Nigel Farage who didn't seem to think there was anything wrong with publicising neo-Nazi filth.
After a short interlude when it had to be explained to some of the delegates who Donald Trump was, the meeting was able to get underway again.