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British army cadet attacked in vicious racial hate crime while selling poppies


A 15 year old army cadet was selling poppies in Manchester City Center. The sale of poppies goes to fund the 100th anniversary of Remembrance Day, celebrating British soldiers who fought in WWI.

The attacker is described as dark skinned, and possibly Pakistani.

Left-wing Manchester authorities claim they don’t know the motive. Attacks on ethnic British by Muslim immigrants is exploding in the UK. The cadet was undoubtedly targeted because he was wearing a military uniform.

From UK Mail Online…

An Army cadet suffered burns in an unprovoked attack after selling poppies for Remembrance Day.

The 15-year-old boy was waiting at a bus stop in his camouflage uniform when a man holding an aerosol can and cigarette lighter approached him.

He then sprayed the terrified boy with blazing fumes before walking off without saying a word.

The cadet suffered minor burns to his face and singed hairs on his face and right forearm.

Police are keeping an open mind about what motivated the attack in Manchester city centre on Saturday.

The attacker, who appeared to be under the influence of alcohol, was described as black or Asian, 5ft 8in tall and wearing a dark hooded top.

He was last seen walking away from the bus stop by the Manchester Gallery opposite George Street around 6pm.