The soldier describes what happens in the audio here. When he is asked who attacked him with the eggs and excrement, he says very guardedly: “uh, certain religious side of our community.” And later he says that his attackers were “wearing pretty much similar clothing, they were all in sort of religious wear, like white garments…”
His guardedness is understandable: he knows that in contemporary dhimmi Britain, he could be charged with “racism” and “Islamophobia” if he said plainly that Muslims attacked him. Meanwhile, Muslims in the UK treat soldiers with open hatred and contempt — and non-Muslim officials all too often readily accommodate this hatred.
Ex-soldier Graham shares his horrifying story of being abused in the street – just for wearing his uniform.
Graham phoned Ian Payne to say he was “absolutely gutted” to have been told he shouldn’t wear his uniform for fear of offending civilians back in the UK.
He got on a train wearing his uniform and claims he was chased down the road by people pelting him with flour, eggs and excrement….