As regular readers know, Kevin Carroll is the vice-chairman of the British Freedom Party. At the moment he is in the midst of a campaign for Police and Crime Commissioner in Bedfordshire. The election is less than ten days away, and Kevin has been spending a lot of time leafleting. Tonight he experienced a hair-raising moment of cultural enrichment in one of those diverse Bedfordshire neighborhoods.
The following brief account is adapted from his recent Facebook post:
Whilst leafletting tonight in Biggleswade, I was down a dark close when I heard a powerful-sounding engine. I knew it was a Range Rover. It was a black one with black wheels, and four Muslim males were inside.
They said, “We’ve been looking for you.”
I was on my own at this time, and thought, “O, bollocks! Here we go!”
The long and short of it is, the man was gonna shiv me.
But a silver Vivaro pulled up and the driver asked me, “You OK, mate?”
I said, “No, I need a lift.”
“Jump in,” he said. Thank God, or I was a tea bag!
I got his card, and he had his boy in the van. Rob was his name. Gonna call him tomorrow and say “Thanks for saving my bacon.”
Cheers, Rob! God bless you.
That was chips for certain. Had me cold.