Those with no brain cells clearly also have no memory…
It was only last year that our emergency services had to deal with a spate of evil acts which took many innocent lives. Including, of course, the spawn of Satan that decided to blow up innocent children who were simply just enjoying a concert.
But for some idiots, it would seem that the life-saving work of our emergency services is best acknowledged by pelting them with stones & rocks, without any due regard for the safety of the ambulance crew or any patients who might be in the back of the ambulance.
This morning, one of our followers told us about an Ambulance that had just finished dropping a patient off at a hospital in Manchester.
As they were leaving the location, a group of cretins decided to pelt the ambulance with stones and rocks which ended up smashing several windows on the vehicle.
As you can see from the images above, this wasn’t ‘just’ one stone that was lobbed at the ambulance – this appears to have been a volley of missiles thrown by a group of inbreds who clearly have a life that is so boring and so full of failure, that their only means of gratification is to throw stones and rocks at an ambulance.
What is actually wrong with these people? What do they hope to achieve by subjecting an ambulance to a sustained attack with rocks and stones?
Owing to the sheer amount of stories which we get sent in that are similar in nature to this one, we have long been an advocate of treating the muppets who carry out these sorts of attacks with the full force of the law.
We can only hope that the idiots who carried out this attack get caught, and that they are put before the courts.
Once convicted, they should be given a minimum of 200 hours ‘community service’ which should include scrubbing out the back of ambulances which have just rushed critical patients into hospital.
Maybe when these cowards see and smell the blood and other bodily ‘matter’ that can be found in the back of an ambulance, then they might just start to be enveloped by a sense of utter shame.
There are elements within our society who are just plain evil. They know what they are doing, and have no-one else to blame for their actions other than themselves.
In our fortnightly eMagazine, we have have a ‘special’ section entitled: ‘C__kwomble Awards’. Needless to say, that the cowards who carried out this attack will be recognised for their act of stupidity in the next issue.
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