The latest story of a Muslim migrant who murders his host is a metaphor for what is happening in Europe today. The indigenes of Western Europe have welcomed into their midst millions of Muslim migrants who repay their hosts by helping themselves to what they think of as proleptic jizyah, both by taking whatever benefits the generous welfare states of Western Europe have on offer and by adding to those benefits whatever they can obtain through street robberies and house burglaries. They repay kindness with criminality, including rape and murder; they set up No-Go Zones; they look forward to a future in which the indigenous Europeans, their fertility rates sinking, will be demographically overwhelmed by polyphiloprogenitive Muslims. The full and appalling story of this murder can be found here: “UK: Failed asylum seeker murdered pensioner who took him in,” by Thomas Brooke,, January 31, 2023:
A failed Iranian asylum seeker will be sentenced on Wednesday after brutally murdering a frail 87-year-old woman who took him into her home in the English county of North Yorkshire.
Pensioner Brenda Blainey was found dead in her home in the village of Thornton-le-Dale on Jan. 5 last year.
On Monday, Leeds Crown Court heard how Iranian national Shahin Darvish-Narenjbon, who has been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, strangled her before smashing her head on the kitchen floor of her home, stabbing her in the chest, and slitting her throat.
Was he diagnosed, as I suspect, as a “paranoid schizophrenic,” after he had murdered his hostess and, figuring he was not going to beat the rap, instead put on quite a show of craziness? Isn’t this the diagnosis of being “mentally unbalanced”(or “paranoid,” or “schizophrenic” or “paranoid schizophrenic”) so often offered by those in authority who don’t want to admit that Islam itself might explain Muslim violence against non-Muslims? Was Osama bin Laden “mentally unbalanced”? Or Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi? Or Al-Zawahiri? Or Mohamed Atta? Weren’t they all just being good Muslims, behaving just as they believed the Qur’an instructed them to behave toward Infidels?
Nicholas Lumley, prosecuting, told the court how the frail victim had taken in her killer 9 years prior, back in 2013 when they first met at a restaurant in Leeds. She offered him a room in her home and described their relationship as one of “grandma-grandson.”
She provided him with food and other home comforts as he was studying in Leeds,” said Lumley, who added the victim had also attended Darvish-Narenjbon’s graduation and had provided him with a car.
The court heard how on Jan. 5, Mrs. Blainey had called the local village shop to place an order when the line went dead. The shopkeeper attempted to return Mrs. Blainey’s call several times to no avail, and when the shopkeeper’s husband went round to check on her, he was met by a police cordon.
Darvish-Narenjbon himself had called the police, telling authorities he had come downstairs to find his surrogate grandmother in a pool of blood.
“I just came downstairs and found my grandmother on the hard floor. She’s got blood everywhere and I don’t know,” the Iranian national told a police call handler.
The court later heard from a forensic psychiatrist who had made a report after spending time with Darvish-Narenjbon. The failed asylum seeker had spoken of delusions, and it was clear his mental health had significantly deteriorated.
The court heard that Darvish-Narenjbon saw a red button on the TV, which he subsequently pressed and received a “license” to harm and kill Brenda Blainey.
Darvish-Narenjbon was initially charged with murder, which he denied; he later admitted to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility, which was accepted by the Crown Prosecution Service.
The killer appeared in court via video link from the high-security Ramptom Hospital where he has been held since May last year.
Prosecuting counsel told the court that Tehran-born Darvish-Narenjbon has resided in the U.K. since he was 15. He had also lived briefly in the United States where he spent time inside a psychiatric unit.
The defendant’s permission to remain in the U.K. expired back in 2015. He subsequently applied for asylum, which was turned down, as was his appeal against the Home Office decision.
Do you buy this story of Darvish-Narenjbon being a “paranoid schizophrenic”? Had he been such, it would have been impossible to hide. Wouldn’t Mrs. Blainey, with whom he lived for nine years at close quarters, have noticed something most peculiar about him in all that time? Yet there seems to be no record of her, or of anyone else in the village, complaining about the kind of wild behavior and the crazed nonstop monologues that one expects of a “paranoid schizophrenic.”
He was crazy like a fox, when he called the police and said “I just came downstairs and found my grandmother on the hard floor. She’s got blood everywhere and I don’t know.” This is someone in perfect control of himself, trying to suggest his innocent ignorance, not a “paranoid schizophrenic” who would have no trouble implicating himself. When he saw that the police were not going to be dissuaded from accusing him, he immediately switched gears and put on his crazy act. He spent time with a forensic psychiatrist and told him just what he figured the good doctor wanted to hear: that he had experienced all sorts of delusions in the past. If he was a “paranoid schizophrenic,” how did he know they were “delusions”? And then, to show just how c-r-a-z-y he was, Darvish-Narenjbon claimed that he had seen a red button on the TV – had he never, in nine years, ever noticed it before? — which he subsequently pressed and received a “license” to harm and kill Brenda Blainey. Really? Did the Red Button talk to him, like Alexa? Or did it send brain waves to him? Did the “license to kill” mean he was not only to strangle her, but then to also smash her head on the kitchen floor, then to stab her in the chest before, as the pièce de résistance, slitting her throat? He got what he wanted. Instead of life in a dreary prison, he’ll be in a much more comfortable insane asylum. And should he miraculously recover from his feigned illness, he will be set free. Of course, he’ll miraculously recover.
This appalling story put me in mind of how often Muslim murderers in Europe are treated as if they are mentally impaired, for what else, the police and prosecutors and judges conclude, could explain their crimes? It can’t be, we mustn’t let it be, don’t even suggest it could be, Islam. And Europe today is like Mrs. Blainey, the kind old lady welcoming into her home, and providing every creature comfort for, a Muslim who feels no gratitude, but harbors an inextinguishable hate for her, for she was an Infidel and therefore “the most vile of created beings,” that eventually he could no longer contain.
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