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Mar 26 2020

Youths Firebomb Delivery Vans

A crisis like the Wuhan virus panic serves as a stress test for society, allowing us to find weakening pressure points where eventual trouble is inevitable. Along the same lines, it allows us to see how assimilation is coming along for the foreign masses who have inundated Britain:

Disturbances broke out in the Southmead area of Bristol at around 9.30pm on Monday night after the Prime Minister’s address to the nation in which he announced a ‘lockdown’ and tougher measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Iceland Foods delivery vans came under attack. From a statement by the supermarket chain:

“Police riot vans were called out and youths threw missiles at the police as they tried to disperse them.”

It can be assumed that “youths” does not refer to people with a British background.

“Later in the evening the two home delivery vans parked outside our Southmead store were set alight…”

The vehicles were a total loss.

“It is shocking and distressing that anyone would act so callously to put vehicles out of service at precisely the time when they are most needed to deliver food to the most vulnerable people in our society.”

This highlights the fact that in the long run, Britain has bigger problems than COVID-19.

On a tip from Kate P.

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