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AN EVIL sex killer wanted for a string of rapes in Ireland had the top of his penis bitten off after picking a fight with a prison guard dog. Nigerian Kristoff Alauya was left in agony and needed stitches to his arms, stomach and manhood after being savaged by the highly trained alsation when he kicked it in the head.

The convicted sex beast arrived to seek asylum in Ireland in 2003. He lived in Co Carlow and is suspected of carrying out a spate of unsolved sex attacks. Three years ago he was jailed in the North for the horrific sex killing of 38-year-old Belfast mum Grace Moore (left), who he strangled and raped after she met him at a city disco.

It’s just a shame that dog wasn’t hungrier.

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38 thoughts on “DOG BITES MAN – HOOD

  1. The real sicko is the evil beast who granted the rapist asylum. Are we really supposed to believe that, prior to his arrival in Ireland, Alauya had committed no crime?

  2. . Nigerian Kristoff Alauya was left in agony and needed stitches to his arms, stomach and manhood after being savaged by the highly trained alsation when he kicked it in the head.

    I do hope the dog doesn’t become ill 😉

  3. Keep the dog hungry and then in a couple of days after this individual has recovered, he can have the dog in his cell to make friends.

  4. Great title David, a merger of the old journalist theory of what is newsworthy (Man bites dog) and of course the just desserts line.

    A fair criticism remains of how he got in to Ireland at all. Apparently he settled in Carlow. I suppose Tip would be more appropriate now.

  5. A fair criticism remains of how he got in to Ireland at all. Apparently he settled in Carlow. I suppose Tip would be more appropriate now

    Maybe because just like England, Ireland joined a ‘Common market’ and ended up as a ‘Cattle market’?

  6. Harri?!!!
    Where HAVE you been?

    SOMEWHAT OFF TOPIC…
    We returned from holiday in France where I finished your “The Bookseller of Kabul”.
    Let me tell you, it didn’t go down well on ATW. In fact you might say it got panned by the critics….

    I found it depressing in the extreme. The girl who wanted to be a teacher, but ended up a skivvy to her family. The father who wanted to record Afghani history, but ill treated his wife and daughters. The sheer sense of imprisonment in a system that was/is positively feudal…
    An absolutely sad and crushing description of human aspiration and self worth.
    But Hey! What do I know? There are all kinds of intellectuals here on ATW who can give you an informed opinion without even bothering to read the book…
    ALSO OFF TOPIC..
    Have you seen this video clip?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BB3Yo6QJs2M&feature=g-vrec
    As you know, the original predominant religion of Persia was Zoroastrionism. The same that Freddie Mercury – an icon of Western popular culture claimed to have followed.
    This poor girl was punished for refusing to wear a long scarf..
    The horror and condemnation expressed here on ATW was something to behold….

  7. Harri

    Nigeria is not in the EU

    And I believe that member states still have considerable say in which non EU nationals get to set foot in their countries

    The UK is a particularly soft touch for asylum tales as compared with France for example. Do not blame the EU for that.

  8. Phantom, on July 4th, 2012 at 2:34 pm Said:
    Harri

    Nigeria is not in the EU

    No shit Sherlock ..

    Ireland and England are still ‘cattle markets’ though 😉

  9. They have chosen not to defend their borders by choice of their domestic human rights industry

    Don’t blame the EU on this one. All blame rests in London and Dublin.

  10. Agit ..

    Have I seen the Video? I have now.

    The religion of peace huh !

    Only three weeks untill most major Auto-plants shut down for summer hols, so it’s crazy time for us.

    I have ‘The Imans daughter’ and I intend to go on my R & R soon in Brno Czech Republic, fishing, Drinking Zlaty Bazant, oggling the local women .. and reading, so I will get back to you on your recommendation.

    Many thanks.

  11. It’s not a political choice to allow animals and aliens like this in, it’s a deliberate political decision to attract them here.

    Our governments at any time can close the border and derogate from refugee treaties. They choose not to.

    This African savage has left a trail of victims across the RoI and NI. The politicians and technocrats who attracted him here are moral accessories to rapes and murder. A trucker will be fined thousands of pounds for (unwittingly) transporting an illegal immigrant here, yet politicians can shield themselves from justice when they deliberately inflict savages on British society.

    It will happen again and again and again. I sincerely hope that future victims are those the politicians and judges and bureaucrats who are waging ethnic and cultural war against the people.

  12. Pete,
    I have to agree with you, but sometime back the Western world agreed to the ridiculous notion that all cultures and religions are of equal value..
    (I was reminded of it here on Conservative Home.. http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2012/07/julian-mann.html)

    “This would lend grass-roots support to the view that religious education under the GCSE regime since the late 1980s has been greatly more successful in inculcating the idea that the world religions are spiritually and morally homogeneous than in teaching the actual content of their various beliefs.”

    The first and most obvious question to ask is.
    “If all cultures are of equal value, why is the traffic only one way?”
    What we see is a swamping of western societies by immigrants from bankrupt and failed communities/cultures/political dictatorships from all across the world.

    Now of course this Nigerian rapist guy is only taking advantage of the morally bankrupt,secular humanistic post Christian regimes now in the ascendant in the West.

    We are so screwed up morally, that we think it is important to give the best quality medical care to a monster like Ian Brady who was responsible for the defilement and murder of a number of children during the 1960s. We are so screwed up that we think it is important to debate the HUMAN rights of INHUMAN murderers responsible for the rapes/tortures/killings of innocent people.
    So whilst the West is morally bankrupt, it remains rich in consumer goods and services, and is full of weak minded stoopid people who believe that the only moral absolute is TOLERANCE. 🙂

  13. Harri,
    At the risk of offending you and your cultural heritage,
    what is Zlaty Bazant??
    Is it a lager beer, or some kind of Schnapps made from sweaty socks and state worker Y fronts?
    Does it help you see pretty women better, or not so pretty women dispassionately? 🙂
    The Imam’s Daughter is a snapshot of Muslim culture as practiced in Northern England somewhere.
    To be fair, it describes a cultural interpretation of Islam as opposed to the definitive version. But I don’t know if the abused daughter would think that important..

  14. He’s also facing an excruciating recovery and last night Alauya was recovering from heavy blood loss

    Obviously, not quite enough ;-(

    The dog needs better training to deal with these babaric cavemen savages .. it should have gone straight for his worthless kneck.

  15. Zlaty Bazant??

    Light beer, Czech made, and one large bottle about 40 pence Sterling, or if you prefer you can purchase the same exact stuff in Slovakia ( who used to charge the same price ) until they joined the Euro, and now along with just about everything else in Slovakia ( apart from the wages ) has risen to astronomical levels.

    Q: Does it make the women look any better? have you seen Czech and Slovak women 🙂

  16. //We are so screwed up that we think it is important to debate the HUMAN rights of INHUMAN murderers //

    Right, a stronger culture than ours would insist murderers have no human rights.

  17. Harri,
    When I were a much younger (but no less handsome) man, I took a car trip with a Swiss friend from Israel to Switzerland by car. He had a badly treated Citroen Ami 8 with the chassis detached from the body. I couldn’t drive then, so was blissfully ignorant of the dangers.
    Anyway, we travelled from Piraeus all around Greece, through tiny villages, historical sites and pine forests where at night the moon shone brightly and the only sound was that of bells tied around the necks of cattle and goats. The scent of pine trees was intoxicating.
    We drove along narrow cliff side roads with sheer drops through a thunderstorm, and came out on a wide plain covered with Gypsy caravans and horses., Absolutely amazing.
    They would have kept me, (I had blonde hair and blue eyes) but not only was I incredibly handsome, I was also skilled in the art of Origami and well able to defend myself..
    Then we went through to Yugoslavia, gatecrashed a wedding where all the men seemed to be seven foot tall, and the girls were beautiful. Then into Italy and finally Switzerland.
    It was one of the most wonderful, leisurely journeys of my life, and I can still remember sitting in rural Greek villages eating souvlakis and drinking ice cold Czech beer.

    So enjoy your holiday. Don’t drink too much beer (makes you fart) or oggle the girls too closely (you’ll go boss-eyed)
    I doubt you’ll enjoy the book, but at least you’ll know more than some on the subject..
    🙂

  18. Noel Cunningham, on July 4th, 2012 at 5:33 pm Said:
    //We are so screwed up that we think it is important to debate the HUMAN rights of INHUMAN murderers //

    Right, a stronger culture than ours would insist murderers have no human rights.

    Blinking flip. I had no idea it was that easy 😉

  19. A murderer has no human rights Noel.

    Define Human Rights.

    Are Human Rights the same in China, in Saudi Arabia, in Kazakhstan, in Nigeria??
    Your western superiority is showing..

    But in a Christian country he will be afforded fairness, justice and compassion. NOT rights.
    Unless we transfer the rights of the murder victim posthumously..

  20. //Define Human Rights.//

    They are basic rights assigned by a society to every individual.

    //Are Human Rights the same in China, in Saudi Arabia, in Kazakhstan, in Nigeria??//

    Obviously not. Look at my link. For example, your/Saudi Arabian human rights are different from those in many other countries, such as the UK.

    //But in a Christian country he will be afforded fairness, justice and compassion//

    Well, yes. We can see the “compassion” you and the other Christians on this site are so eager to give this Nigerian.

  21. “They are basic rights assigned by a society to every individual.”

    By whom, and based on which system of values?
    Did you WATCH Harri’s clip? Define for us all those Saudis concept of Human Rights.

    “We can see the “compassion” you and the other Christians on this site are so eager to give this Nigerian.”

    Personally I don’t believe in Human Rights. They exist only in liberal western democracies as a sanitised version of the Christian concept of the worth of a man/woman.
    As a Christian I have no rights, only privileges. I was fortunate to be born into an England which believed in Christian values and acted on them. I am grateful for that. I am grateful that I wasn’t born in the troubled parts of Northern Ireland
    You will find no justification in Christianity for a criminal or wrongdoer not being punished for their crime(s).
    You think this man who evidently worked his way from Nigeria to Ireland and started raping women “has human rights”?
    When/if it happens to your wife or daughter, send us a report on your reactions Noel.

  22. //By whom, and based on which system of values?//

    As I said, by a society. Based on that society’s experience and outlook.

    //Define for us all those Saudis concept of Human Rights//

    You are the one closest to “the Saudi concept of Human Rights”. I wouldn’t have thought you’d need me to define it for you.

    //You think this man who evidently worked his way from Nigeria to Ireland and started raping women “has human rights”?//

    Everyone in Ireland has human rights. And if you go there treating people as if they don’t, you’ll be put in jail. Like this man was, so would you also be.

    Now, when you’re finished your silly ramblings, maybe you’ll explain how the “compassionate” thing for a Christian in a country with human rights is to try to deny them to someone.

  23. Well, yes. We can see the “compassion” you and the other Christians on this site are so eager to give this Nigerian.

    I am not a Christian, I would show him the same ‘compassion’ he showed towards his innocent victim.

    I thought most Nigerians were God fearing ‘Christians’ or is that only when it suits them .. they [Nigerians] appear to be very deft at fraud as well .. it must be a ‘Cultural thing’

  24. Noel,
    I think you are confusing two different sets of cultural values.

    “Everyone in Ireland has Human Rights”
    Based on what Noel?
    From which religious values did the concept of Human Rights spring from?
    Was it the “little people”, the sea folk or the Giants that communicated these noble principles?
    I would suggest those values came from the Roman Catholic version of Christianity in the South, and the Protestant Church in the North.
    Or do you have a better explanation?

  25. //Based on what Noel?//

    Based on our society’s experience and outlook (repeat until you understand)

    //From which religious values did the concept of Human Rights spring from?//

    I never said it came from any religious values.
    Actually, in places and times when people were more religion-driven, human rights are almost always very undeveloped, e.g. the Middle Ages, Britain in the 1600’s and in Saudi Arabia today, to name just 3 from hundreds of examples.

    Now, can you explain to me how it is “compassionate” to deny someone the human rights he enjoys under the law?

  26. Let’s set aside this silly “human rights” thing. It’s an idea from revolutionary France which has no place in a supposedly free country. Human rights are an elevation of the State and an instrument for oppression.

    Noel Cunningham –

    “We can see the “compassion” you and the other Christians on this site are so eager to give this Nigerian.”

    Certainly I would show this savage less compassion than you. I, and a civilisation which intends to perpetuate itself, would have closed the door on him.

    Unfortunately, people like you showed him “compassion” and now a string of Irish women have been raped and a woman in Northern Ireland was murdered and her body defiled.

    I don’t think you’d say that’s a price worth paying, but I can’t reconcile your supposed compassion for savages with your lack of compassion for their victims – our people – here at home.

    I don’t care what he was apparently fleeing from in Nigeria. Not one single Irish or British life or rape vitim is worth the sacrifice to save an army of African savages. Yes, I have compassion, but it’s for my people, the victims of an ethnic and cultural war by the Power Elite.

  27. Noel,

    “They are basic rights assigned by a society to every individual.”

    Not really. They are basic rights which every individual can claim simply by virtue of being a human being, regardless of what a society thinks about it. And no you don’t lose them when you commit a crime, any more than you cease to be a human being when you commit a crime.

    And yes there are many places in the world where they aren’t respected. This would be one of them if many wannabe criminals here had their way.

    “Human rights are an elevation of the State and an instrument for oppression.”

    No they are not. They are a limitation on your power and the power of the state, and that is why a certain breed of conservative and every other despot hates them so.

  28. Frank O’Dwyer –

    “Not really. They are basic rights which every individual can claim simply by virtue of being a human being, regardless of what a society thinks about it.”

    Not true. “Human rights” are a political construct awarded by the State. The government can derivate from any part of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act. When politics demands it, your human rights are in the bin.

    The “rights” in human rights is derived from the French “droits”. They are an idea from revolutionary France. They are alien and an instrument of the State.

    What you are referring to are our superior English liberties. It is they which are ours by dint of our existence.

  29. “The government can derivate from any part of the European Convention on Human Rights and the Human Rights Act”

    If that were true why all the whining about it? It’s certainly clear enough that the HRA can only ever be a limitation on the power of public bodies for public bodies is all it applies to. If on top of that it is as ineffectual and as easily ignored as you claim, then you’d have nothing to whinge about.

    But, no, it’s clear enough that it stops certain people from imposing their will on others, and you can easily figure out who they are by listening for who screams the loudest about it.

  30. //They are basic rights which every individual can claim simply by virtue of being a human being, regardless of what a society thinks about it.//

    If that were true, then every person who ever existed would have (had) the same human rights, those “inalienable” rights again. But it’s absurd to say the human rights of a stone-age farmer or a Massai headhunter are the same as those of a modern European.
    Human rights really exist only within the context of a certain society in a given place and time; they are the product of a long process in which they were suppressed, asserted, denied, granted, fought for etc. – the way we came through that experience is how we define them. That is not to say that they can be abrogated by law – they are too close to a society’s long-term values for that. Nor does it mean that a society recognises them only in its members, each society applies them as a universal. But they can, and do, change over time as society changes.

  31. Noel,

    Of course there is not some human rights field in the universe that exists independently of human beings and nor are they eternal and not everyone has the same understanding of what they are but then you could make a similar argument about reality itself. Stone age farmers may have known as little about their violations of human rights as they did about the cells and molecules that made up their body or the diseases that killed them or the weather that ruined their crops, but it’s not obvious why we should regard their understanding as better than ours on any of these things.

    But it’s still part of the concept that no matter what some society somewhere says or votes about, an individual’s human rights – whatever you think those are – take precedence. Unless by society you mean the majority of the human race or something – and even then you could still argue that even if 99% of the human race voted to violate someone’s human rights, it’s still a violation. Not that this would be of much practical use to the victim, but that’s already true in many corners of the world now.

  32. For Noel,
    More ramblings..

    “End human rights imperialism now!

    Groups such as Human Rights Watch have lost their way by imposing western, ‘universal’ standards on developing countries”

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2010/dec/31/human-rights-imperialism-james-hoge

    “…. ours is an era in which wars have been waged in the name of human rights, and in which many of the major developments in international law have presupposed the universality of the concept. By the same token, the perception that human rights as a universal discourse is increasingly serving as a flag of convenience for other, far more questionable political agendas, accounts for the degree to which the very idea of human rights is being questioned and resisted by both intellectuals and states. These objections need to be taken very seriously.”
    https://www.mtholyoke.edu/acad/intrel/tharoor2.htm

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