January 28, 2020
Another fine demonstration of white individualism vs. colored tribalism.
If even a few of the onlookers had come to the aid of their fellow whites, these little Pakis would have scattered like rats.
But of course they never do – and the Pakis know it.
This is the shocking moment a mass brawl erupted at a railway station after a row broke out between two groups of men on a train and spilled out onto the platform.
Disturbing scenes showed a man being repeatedly kicked in the head while he was down and another bleeding on the ground after being pummelled at Harpenden station near St Albans, Hertfordshire.
The victim Jake Strain, from Harpenden, is seen laying on the floor as kicks rain down on him just after 3am on Saturday morning – on the eve of his 21st birthday.
As Mr Strain stayed down, kicks and punches were thrown as the rival groups battered each other for several minutes, while brave onlookers desperately tried to stop the violence.
It is not known what sparked the clash but footage filmed by an onlooker showed a heated disturbance on board a train moments before the fight kicked off.
At the station, several scuffles are seen breaking out on the platform, as a woman briefly caught up in the brawl shouts: ‘Don’t touch me, you f****** idiot.’
A thug in a black coat spots a rival fighting with another man on the floor and runs up and boots him in the head while his guard is down.
While he reels from the blow, the attacker kicks out again and again as the person filming shouts: ‘Oh, s***.’
The yob then punches another man in the face when he tries to intervene, before running back and kicking the wounded victim in the head once more.
As more pockets of fighting continue to rage, another man is seen locking a rival in a choke-hold on the ground – who holds his face to shield himself from incoming kicks.
He manages to wriggle free and tries to get up but is shoved back to the ground and kicked repeatedly in the head by several men.
A final clip shows him lying bleeding on the floor as bystanders rush to his aid.
A British Transport Police spokesman said: ‘Officers were called to Harpenden station at 3.26am on 25 January following reports of a large fight on the platform.
‘Three men, aged 18, 21 and 22, were arrested in connection. They have been released under investigation while enquiries continue.
‘A 21-year-old man was taken to hospital where he received treatment for a broken nose.’