DAILYKENN.com -- Only 44 non-whites live on the Island of Bute in Scotland. The white population is 6,454. [source] Statistically the suspect almost certainly is white.
The Daily Mail reported in 2015 that Syrian "refugees" were being "foisted" on the tiny impoverished island and given welfare benefits denied to locals.
It seems there can be no white enclave, outpost, or island where whites can live without forced integration by non-whites.
But not to worry. Theresa May promised the refugees will be screened for security threats.
• 15 families have arrived on the tiny island of Bute, off the West of Scotland
• Government is resettling 20,000 people who have fled the Syrian civil war
• Families were given free accommodation and can pray five times a day
• Theresa May said all arrivals would be screened for any security threats [source]
The media, however, declined to cite the name of the suspect, citing legal reasons. The media did, however, profile the offender by gender and age: A 16-year-old male.
From express.co.uk ▼
The youngster was visiting relatives at the start of the school summer break when she was found dead in woodland on July 2.
A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been charged with her rape and murder.
The funeral was held at Coats Funeral Home in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, and most mourners wore pink as the family had requested.
Dozens of bows were tied to the railings of the building while cuddly toys, including teddies and unicorns, lined the wall outside.
An order of service which was handed out to those attending said Alesha was “now in the arms of the angels”. Alesha’s uncle Calum MacPhail paid an emotional tribute to his niece, and said she had an old head on young shoulder, loved gymnastics, swimming and going out on her bike.
He revealed her proudest day was when she was able to do without her stabilisers.
Mr MacPhail said: “Alesha would rather hurt than you and had a great amount of love for absolutely everyone. Alesha is everything I wanted to be – she was kind, caring, smart and I just cannot believe she is gone. She was the brightest thing.”
He was comforted by Alesha’s mother Georgina Lochrane, known as Genie, as he returned to his seat. Near him was the youngster’s father Robert MacPhail, little sister Courtney, 4, and other family members.
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