5 men charged with acid attack on 3-year old boy

Five men were charged with an acid attack on a 3 year old boy in England.  A few details from dw.com:

A 39-year-old from Wolverhampton, some 48 kilometers (30 miles) north of Worcester was arrested immediately after the attack. Another man from Wolverhampton and three others from London were detained during the week.

In an unusual move for the UK, police said they would not release their names “for legal reasons.”

They also gave no details on the motive. However, chief superintendent Mark Travis said they were treating the incident as a “deliberate attack.”

The UK has seen a rise in acid attacks in recent years, although it is highly unusual for the victim to be so young. Hundreds of acid attacks were reported last year in London alone.

For those not paying attention, the reason they didn’t release the names of the attackers is likely because they are Muslim, and Muslims are a protected class in England.  In fact, the sudden rise in acid attacks over the past few years is directly correlated with the increase in Muslim immigration into the UK, but they don’t want you connecting the dots together on that either.  Maybe it’s just part and parcel of a big city, right Sadiq?

England now has an average of two acid attacks a day and that figure continues to rise.  Why?  Again, what is the net benefit for the natives of England?  Their long term goal has nothing to do with making England a more enjoyable place to live.  They do not care about the native population.  Period.  The sooner people realize this the better.  There is no amazing benefit to letting a completely foreign population into your country in large numbers.  Unfortunately for Britons many have realized it, and tried to respond, a la Brexit, but the globalists won’t let go that easily.  This boy’s life is ruined.  For what?

Teenage boys in England to be vaccinated for HPV

The vaccine will now be offered to 12-13 year old boys too.  Via The Guardian:

Boys aged 12 and 13 in England are to be vaccinated against the cancer-causing human papilloma virus (HPV), the government has said.

The decision, announced on Tuesday, comes after the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) recommended last week that the HPV vaccination, which protects girls against cervical cancer, should be extended to boys. It followed growing calls for the inoculation programme to be expanded.

HPV has emerged as the leading cause of throat cancers and is linked to 5% of all cancers worldwide, including some that affect only men.

And a bit further down:

Girls are offered the vaccine from the age of 12 or 13, although there is an opportunity to be given the vaccine up to the age of 18. A vaccination programme was recently introduced for men who have sex with other men.

Dr Mary Ramsay, the head of immunisations at Public Health England, said: “Almost all women under 25 have had the HPV vaccine and we’re confident that we will see a similarly high uptake in boys.

I’m not anti-vaccination by any means but I have a hard time with this.  We probably over vaccinate in general, and a lot of the long term consequences are either unknown or deliberately buried.  Is it really worth the unknowns of doing this long term?  I was reminded of a post by Vox Day highlighting an article of how declining birth rates are tied to women who have taken the HPV vaccination.  Given that this has been standard practice in England for girls since 2008-2009 it’ll be interesting to keep an eye on fertility rates there over the next generation to see if they continue to decline.  This could be one of many contributing factors.

TFREnglandAndWales

There are reasonable and pragmatic vaccinations and ones that are just overkill.  These days people freak out if you show any skepticism of vaccines.  It’s not that black and white.  Yes, some are vitally important and necessary.  Why some people cannot see that some may be overkill and/or more harm than good is beyond me.  For one of the least prevalent and least deadly types of cancer it’s at least worth speculating whether the prevention has worse long term consequences than having done nothing at all.  But hey, we all need to do our part to help out big pharma, amirite?