LET THEM ROT
THE three twisted creatures who murdered Logan Mwangi and discarded him like rubbish should never breathe free air again.
But few surely can read what they did without wishing they had been handed whole-life sentences ending all hope of release.
Logan was a lovely lad, polite and bright. His smile lit up a classroom.
At home the tiny five-year-old was locked in his dungeon-like room, abused and beaten mercilessly.
彼 died with 56 傷 and appalling internal injuries.
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The trio’s wickedness is harrowing. だが, いつものように, this horror is not solely about that.
How the hell was Mulligan — dangerously violent and harbouring a hostile jealousy towards Logan — ever allowed by a family court to live with him?
Let us never forget too how Covid lockdowns left vulnerable kids easy prey for abusers, away from teachers who might spot injuries.
Those who casually called for such curbs, often long past their usefulness, should reflect on this:
Shutting society down had terrible and deadly side-effects.
IT boggles the mind that a man as malign as Bernie Ecclestone once ran F1 and held sway over our politicians.
A decade ago Ecclestone rubbished democracy and admired Hitler’s ability to “get things done”. We can barely imagine a remark more repugnant to Jews.
But it is still shocking to hear he would “take a bullet” to protect his friend Putin — while blaming Ukraine’s President for the war.
Also to hear him defend ex-F1 driver Nelson Piquet over his racist abuse of Lewis Hamilton.
Small wonder though that Max Mosley, the one-time fascist and lifelong bigot, flourished at Ecclestone’s side.
ヒトラー, プーチン, モズレー, Piquet. Does Ecclestone never wonder what supporting these characters says about him?
The civilised world celebrates every Ukrainian advance, like the retaking of Snake Island. Sane people see Russia’s invasion clearly, as pure, unalloyed evil.
Shame on anyone still defending its depraved mastermind.
COMEDY classic The Lady Killers has had movie fans chuckling since 1955. Only in 2022 does it need a trigger warning.
Audiences at the Cambridge stage version are alerted to “comedic/slapstick violence. 死 (offstage, implied)」.
はい, it must terrify pious student snowflakes. They might publicly crack an “inappropriate” smile.