Britain ‘More Dangerous Than Iraq’ Claims English Veteran

A British Paratrooper who served in Iraq has told the press he believes the night time streets of England are more dangerous than the war torn country. The man, who was assaulted with a iron bar in a vicious and random assault was just one of many victims of ultra-violent crime in the past few days:

The 27-year-old hero spoke out as the country was rocked by yet another 24 hours of vicious attacks. The horror toll in the last few days includes:

FIFTEEN knife thugs slashing at customers as two drug gangs battled in a family pub in Bickley, Kent — leaving two men fighting for life and the bar looking “like an abattoir”.

A PUB landlord being stabbed by three thieves in nearby Sidcup. Harry Potter actor Rob Knox, 18, was killed trying to protect his brother from a yob in the town on Saturday.

A MARRIED man aged 31 being stabbed to death by a baying mob who smashed his car and hauled him out in Bradford, West Yorks.

THREE boys aged 12, 13, and 15 being quizzed over the killing of Amar Aslam, 17, in Dewsbury, West Yorks — including one alleged to have taken a picture as Amar lay dying.

FATHER-of-two Alan Riddock, 41, being stabbed to death when he challenged vandals at a pub in Bedminster, Bristol.

So much for civilized England! The assault on the veteran was stunningly violent and terrifying in it’s seeming randomness:

The battered para — who had to leave the Army last year after seven years of service when he injured his back in a jump — was attacked in Bradford. He was struck ten times on the body and face, leaving him with a suspected fractured skull and terrible facial injuries.

The man, who does not want to be identified for fear he could be targeted again, had just finished a shift as a part-time security guard at 3am.

As he smoked a cigarette outside a pizza shop, his attacker struck for no reason, snarling that he would “put him out of his misery”.

The victim said: “At least in Iraq you know who the enemy is. Over here it can be anyone. I genuinely believe that when you go out at night over here its more dangerous than Iraq.”

Emphasis The Sun. I grew up in a very bad neighborhood with a lot of random, drug fueled violence and this attack would be extreme by East Orange standards. Britain is circling the drain, and it’s only a matter of time before U.N. Peacekeepers are in London abusing English children on our dime. A country that loses control of its streets to this extent is a failed state by any definition.