RAW BACON THROWN IN WIGAN SERVICE STATION ‘RACIST ATTACK’
A man ran into a service station and threw a large piece of raw bacon at an Asian attendant in Greater Manchester, police have said.
The man, who is described as white, then ran out of Pemberton Service Station, Ormskirk Road, Wigan, after the attack on 25 November.
Police said it was “racially motivated crime” due to the “connotations attached to the meat” and because an Asian man was targeted.
The attendant was alone at the time.
PC Roy Lunio said: “To target someone in this way, simply because of their religion or race, is utterly abhorrent and the offender should be ashamed of themselves.”
“This is not a prank, this is not funny or a laugh, it is a very serious and cowardly thing to do,” he added.
Officers said the offender ran off towards Orrell in Wigan.
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The “deadliest words in the world” have been unveiled in a new documentary film about the reason why an estimated 200 million females have “disappeared.”
They are: “It’s a girl.”
Reggie Littleton, president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, was recently in Hong Kong for the premier of the new project tellingly titled, “It’s a Girl.” She told WND it appears the world is becoming increasingly more aware of the violence perpetrated against infant girls in China and elsewhere.
A campaign accompanying the movie offers viewers an opportunity to help save baby girls.
Because only male offspring carry on the family name, millions of baby girls are aborted or killed after they are born in China and other countries.
“I killed eight girl children,” said one woman in the documentary.
The movie, which premiered in Hong Kong just days ago, represents growing opposition around the world to the forced abortions.
Littlejohn said more people are aware of the crisis now, but some interest has been lost since China’s Communist Party claimed last week that the forced-abortion policy had been eased.
Chinese officials said couples now will be allowed two children if either of the parents is an only child. Before the change, both parents were required to be only children.
However, Littlejohn pointed out forced abortion remains in place.
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