“We are not racist people. Aaron got on with all the children at his last school, and for him to have been bullied because of the colour of his skin makes me feel sick to my stomach.”
Aaron Dugmore may be one of the youngest suicides in the UK's history. What would drive a child to kill himself? Cool Britain. The new multicultural UK where the natives have no rights and are considered fair targets for violence with no recourse to the authorities.
Aaron's crime was white privilege. For that crime the UK establishment sentenced him to death. For the crime of being English and Christian, the Muslim students who have overrun entire schools threatened to kill him.
Aaron's fate is the fate of the United Kingdom and the free world. Pushed into a corner and given a choice between terror and suicide. It is a warning of what is coming.
The devastated family of a nine-year-old boy who hanged himself say he took his life after racist taunts by Asian bullies.
Aaron Dugmore — thought to be one of Britain’s youngest suicides after bullying — was found in his bedroom after months of jibes at school, they claim.
His family say that Aaron was threatened with a plastic KNIFE by one Asian pupil — who warned him: “Next time it will be a real one.”
But despite complaints to the school, where 75 per cent of pupils come from ethnic backgrounds, they claim nothing was done to stop the bullying.
Heartbroken mum Kelly-Marie Dugmore is convinced the taunts led to her son killing himself two weeks ago. She sobbed: “We are not racist people. Aaron got on with all the children at his last school, and for him to have been bullied because of the colour of his skin makes me feel sick to my stomach.”
Aaron joined Erdington Hall primary in Birmingham last September after the family moved nearby. But Kelly-Marie, 30, and stepdad Paul Jones, 43, noticed a change in him from his first day.
Paul said: “He became argumentative with his brothers and sisters, which wasn’t like him at all. Eventually he told us that he was being bullied by a group of Asian children at school and had to hide from them in the playground at lunchtime. He said one kid even said to him, ‘My dad says all the white people should be dead’.”
“I went to see head Martin Collin a few times, but he only said, ‘You didn’t have to come to this school, you chose to come here’.”
As a sign of how pervasive the cover-up is, the Sun appears to be the only paper covering the racial and Muslim angle. Even the Daily Mail doesn't mention a single word about it.