Be aware of the British media's obfuscation when covering anything Muslim. The sharia-complaint media has a litany of terms for Muslim, but they never use the actual word Muslim. Self-enforcing sharia. Media and political elites in the UK mostly prefer the term Asian, although not all Muslims are Asian and real Asian groups have protested against this, forced to bear the stigma of Muslim-related crime, whether it's the epidemic Muslim child sex trafficking gangs or jihad in Britain and across the world. Media and political elites also like to frame the narrative in racial terms, despite the fact that Islam is not a race. Immigrant, youth, yob, Moroccan, Pakistani, etc. are also used.
Nothing will be done, of course. The victim's mother went to the head teacher of the school several times and was told: ‘You didn’t have to come to this school, you chose to come here.’ She should be fired. But she won't be. The Muslim bullies should be thrown out of school. But they won't be. Just like the scores of non-Muslim tween girls who went to law enforcement after been raped and trafficked repeatedly by Muslim sex gangs. Nothing was done. Law enforcement didn't want to offend the savages. And neither did this head teacher.
Aaron Dugmore is emblematic of Britian herself.
Boy, 9, found hanged 'was bullied for being white' Daily Mail
- Aaron Dugmore, nine, found hanged at Birmingham home by his mother
- Believed to be Britain’s second youngest 'suicide' caused by bullying
- The schoolboy was rushed to hospital but died of suspected cardiac arrest
- Family claim Aaron was being tormented by bullies at his new school
- Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding Aaron's death
A boy of nine who was found hanged is believed to have killed himself after he was ‘bullied for being white’ by an Asian [Muslim] gang at school.
Aaron Dugmore – thought to be one of the youngest children in the UK to commit suicide – was discovered in his bedroom after being tormented for months, his parents said.
They said Aaron was threatened with a plastic knife by one Asian pupil, who warned him: ‘Next time it will be a real one.’
He was also allegedly told by another pupil that ‘all the white people should be dead’ and he was forced to hide from the bullies in the playground at lunchtime.
Aaron’s mother, Kelly-Marie Dugmore, 30, and stepfather Paul Jones, 43, said that despite complaints to the school, nothing was done to stop the bullying.
Aaron had recently started in Year Five at Erdington Hall Primary School in Birmingham, a school where 75 per cent of pupils come from ethnic minority backgrounds.
According to staff at the school he had already ‘settled in quickly’ with his classmates after he joined the school last September when his family moved nearby.
The school, which caters for 450 pupils aged three to 11, received an ‘inadequate’ rating by Ofsted inspectors last year.
'It's better to have loved and lost, then never to have loved at all': The message written by Aaron Dugmore's mother Kelly on her Facebook page
Aaron was discovered by Miss Dugmore hanged in his bedroom at the family home in the Erdington district of Birmingham at about 6pm on February 11.
He was taken to Birmingham Children’s Hospital where doctors desperately attempted to revive him but he died the following day from a suspected cardiac arrest.
'Gone but not forgotten': Friends and family paid tribute to the young schoolboy
His mother said she was convinced the taunts led to her son killing himself.
‘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,’ she said.
Mr Jones said that from Aaron’s first day of joining the school he had noticed a change in him.
‘He became argumentative with his brothers and sisters, which wasn’t like him at all,’ he added.
‘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.’
His mother claimed she went to see the head teacher of the school several times only to be told: ‘You didn’t have to come to this school, you chose to come here.’
A neighbour of the boy’s grandmother earlier told how ‘he had been targeted by a gang of older bullies at the school’.
She said: ‘They made fun of him because he was the new kid but no one really thought it was any more than playground stuff.’
An inquest was opened at Birmingham Coroner’s Court last week but was adjourned to a date to be fixed.
Detective Inspector David Wallbank, of West Midlands Police, confirmed that the force was investigating allegations that Aaron was being bullied in the run-up to his death.
Pupil: The family of Aaron Dugmore claim he was being bullied at Erdington Hall Primary School