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Saturday, 12 June 2010

Teenage girl attacked in park by racist yobs (UK)

Cruel racist yobs attacked and humiliated a teenage girl in an assault that has stunned police.

The 15-year-old was allegedly kicked, punched and had beer poured over her by a gang of yobs who pushed her to the ground after hurling racist abuse at her.

The attack, which a local police officer described as the most shocking he had come across in the area, happened around 9pm last Friday, in Heaton Park, Newcastle.

Police are now appealing for a Good Samaritan, who helped the girl, to get in touch.

The victim was approached by the group who shouted racial abuse at her before grabbing her from behind and forcing her to the ground.

She was kicked and punched while she was on the ground and had beer poured over her before she was able to run off.

The teenager sustained a number of cuts and bruises in the attack but did not need hospital treatment.

A 14-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy have been arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated assault in connection with the incident and have been released on police bail.

Neighbourhood beat manager PC Alan Clark, who is leading the investigation, said the incident is the most disturbing he has come across in his time working in Heaton.

“This was a disturbing assault in which the attackers appear to have set out to humiliate their victim,” he said.

“Her attackers directed derogatory language about people of Asian origin towards her.”

“This incident is all the more shocking because attacks like this one are completely out of character in this community.
“During my time as a member of the Heaton and Jesmond Neighbourhood Policing Team, I have never come across an attack of this nature and myself and the whole team are determined to apprehend those responsible and prevent any such happening again.

PC Clark would now like to hear from a man who helped the victim after the attack and may have vital information.

“During the attack the victim’s shoes were either taken or fell off and were handed back to her by an adult man who appears to have been passing by at the time of the assault,” he said.

“As well as speaking to anyone who was in the area at the time of the attack we would very much like to speak to this man as he may be a valuable witness.”

Anyone with any information should call Northumbria Police on 03456 043 043.

Chronicle Live

Sarkozy apologises to Queen after vandals desecrate British WWI graves in France with racist slogans

Nicolas Sarkozy has personally apologised to the Queen after a cemetery commemorating thousands of  British war dead including one of her uncles was desecrated.
The French President said it was ‘revolting’ that Nazi graffiti should have been daubed in bright pink paint  around the graveyard in Loos-en-Gohelle, near Lens.

Mr Sarkozy said he also wanted to say sorry to the ‘entire British nation’ which had fought so hard to free France during two world wars.

A dozen graves were covered in swastikas and SS symbols, as well as a monument commemorating more than 20,633 soldiers who died in the infamous Battle of Loos but have no known graves.
They include Fergus Bowes-Lyon, brother of Elizabeth, who went on to marry George VI and later become the Queen Mother.

Captain Bowes-Lyon, of the 8th Battalion, the Black Watch, was 26 when he was gunned down as he led an attack on the German lines in one of the most infamous battles of World War I.

Also commemorated is author Rudyard Kipling’s only son, John, who was just 18 when he was killed on his first day of fighting with the Irish Guards.

France’s veterans minister Hulbert Falco said: ‘The British and Canadian soldiers buried in this cemetery are, mostly, those who fell during the Battle of Loos-en-Gohelle in October 1915.

'They came to die on the soil of France and they made the ultimate sacrifice to defend our country.’

Mr Falco described the attack as a ‘wound on their memory’ and ‘an insult to France.’

There are some 3,000 graves in the Loos cemetery, with the vast majority of those buried being British troops who fell during the battle.

Canadians and a small number of 1939-45 war casualties are also commemorated, but it was just British graves which were attacked.

Last year Mr Sarkozy pledged to provide 24-hour protection to the last resting places of British and Allied troops who died during the two world wars.

Hi-tech security devices including thermal imaging cameras were installed at Notre Dame de Lorette, the largest war cemetery in France, but others have yet to be made secure.
War cemeteries are often targeted in the area, with those carrying out the attacks attributing them to everything from support for the defeated Germans to the highlighting of ‘war crimes’.

The Battle of Loos took place between September 25 and October 8, 1915, and saw British forces using poison gas for the first time. It is otherwise remembered for the wholesale slaughter of thousands of brave young men from the UK.

Robert Graves, the poet, also took part in the battle and later immortalised it in the military memoire ‘Goodbye to All That’.

The devastating effects of the Battle of Loos on future members of the Royal Family were typical of those experienced by thousands of ordinary Britons.

Just before Fergus’s death in action, 14-year-old Elizabeth had started nursing badly wounded British officers at Glamis Castle in Scotland, and news of her beloved brother’s fate left her inconsolable.

Two years later another brother, Michael, was reported missing in action from his regiment, the Royal Scots, leaving the family suffering huge anguish for three months before he was located in a German prison hospital.

Fergus’s death almost robbed his mother, Cecilia Bowes-Lyon, of the will to live, and she did not return to public life until Elizabeth’s marriage to the future King – the current Queen’s father – in 1923.

Rudyard Kipling, renowned for his brilliant books celebrating marital glory at the height of the British Empire, was also left a broken man when John – a chronically short sighted teenager – was cut down in the mud and rain of northern France.

In his letter to the Queen, Mr Sarkozy said the vandalism was even more upsetting because it took place days before he travels to London to celebrate Charles de Gaulle's famous June 18, 1940 appeal from the BBC, in which he called on the French to resist Nazism.

Daily Mail

Neo-Nazi group hopes to found political party by September (Chile)

According to a report published by Emol today, a Neo Nazi group whose formal name is Patria Nueva Sociedad, hopes to have enough signatures by September this year to end its 11 year-long project to form an official political party.

Alex López, who heads the national-socialist movement, reports that while seven people are formally enrolled in the party, the group boasts more than 7 thousand participants.

The so called ¨harmless¨ number of official members was apparently the reason that the group was permitted to continue operating in 2006, when a group of congressmen accompanied by Movilh (Movement for the Integration and Liberation of Homosexuals) and Juventud Judía (a Jewish youth group) appealed to the Constitutional Tribunal so that the group would be declared illegal. The appeal was launched on the grounds that the want-to-be party was responsible for various Neo-Nazi movements between 2002 and 2006.
Despite the fact that Chile´s National Intelligence Agency released a report this year declaring the party to be unconstitutional, López maintains that the movement has made changes since the 2006 appeal and will continue working to establish itself as an official party.

The Pulse


One man was injured after skin heads attacked a group of Roma people late Wednesday evening in downtown Sofia, close to the presidency. The attackers, about 20 skinheads, turned on the Roma people for no apparent reason and beat them up with bats and glass bottles. The Roma people from the Bulgarian town of Panagurishte has come to Sofia to attend a folk music concert. One of them had his nose broken. Police however soon intervened alerted by a security officer at the nearby Bulgarian National Bank and prevented further injuries. A team of medics came to check on the beaten Roma people. The incident comes days after a group of Neo-Nazis attacked young people who were on their way to rally against the illegal detention of foreigners at the Special Center for Temporary Accomodation of Foreigners in Busmantsi, widely known as the Bulgarian Guantanamo.