Police have launched an investigation after laminated cards were posted through the letterboxes of Polish residents in Cambridgeshire. No more Polish vermin.”Another card, written in Polish, translated to: “Go home Polish scum.”Inspector Nick Percival said the police were "aware" of the cards, which were discovered on Friday morning following the Brexit vote, and that officers are currently investigating.
More than 54 per cent of voters in Cambridgeshire market town opted for Brexit, while just over 45 per cent opted to stay in the EU.
A number of the cards were found near St Peter’s School by a teenage pupil at around am while more were also found under rocks on people’s doorstops.
The 37-year-old said: “I went to pick my mum up around 9am and was disgusted to see what somebody had left on her door step.“My mum has a few Polish neighbours who are very nice and she was very upset to see these kinds of messages.“It is sick to think somebody would go to the trouble of printing, laminating and distributing them.”She added: “Regardless of what you think about the EU this kind of thing is unacceptable.”A spokesperson for Cambridgeshire Police said: “If there’s anybody who has got any information about the source of it, they can get in touch.”It follows reports of a rise in racial abuse in Manchester.
Jessica Sheridan, from Manchester, was left concerned for her safety after confronting a person spitting hateful abuse in the street. the foreigners can f*** off now'."Jessica, 25, added: "Then he said 'This is f***ing Britain again now."And Welsh businesswoman Shazia Awan said she was told to "pack her bags and go home" in a shocking verbal attack on Twitter.
The Remain campaigner had written on Twitter: "Don't see how this country can heal itself.
The UK is my home yet I feel alienated."In response a Twitter user named Warren Faulkner wrote: "Great news…you can pack your bags you're going home…BYE THEN!
"Ms Awan also said she saw a white man calling a woman a "n*****" in Cardiff.
She added: "Every ethnic minority, every decent person, everyone who is in a mixed race relationship or from a black, Asian minority ethnic background are going to feel this now.
He said: 'It puts a person in huge peril because they are not allowed to claim, as a partner, on his estate.
It is not acceptable and puts individuals very much at risk, it puts them at a huge disadvantage.'The modern-day version of looking for a second wife is disrespectful to women, and it is not using the Islamic teaching in a fair way.
Polish Haitians are Haitian people of Polish ancestry or a Pole with Haitian citizenship.
Cazale, which is a small village in Haiti about 45 miles away from Port-au-Prince in the Grand'Anse Department.
It is the main center of population of the Polish community in Haiti, called La Pologne (Poland).