Redblood. Thanks for even bothering to post. There’s not many of us left on here, and believe me, there’s certainly not many of us left where I used to live in London! The predominant language spoken there now is Urdu. It’s even on the street signs! I’ll leave it at that for now.
Harry. I don’t think you can help mate, but do feel free to react or not react to my comments any way you wish. If only to maintain the dwindling body count on this site.
@theMartialArt – Kindly explain how the logic is flawed.
The only arguments I can see is (1) there are no foreign cultures in London (2) the foreign cultures are not different with regard to the carrying and use of knives.
You ask for evidence & facts. I’m not going to play that game where I spend countless hours digging up facts whilst you sit on yer arse waiting for me to post then try to pick holes in the data like a defence lawyers.
AND the task is made more difficult because government does not collect full data and will not release data relating to ethnicity, immigration, religion for fear of it harming race relations.
“First we need to be clear about who is dying and who is doing the killing, and we must be honest that there is a racial component to the violence. The deaths are taking place in the semi-ghettos of Britain’s big cities which are home to refugees many of whom are traumatised by the warfare that they have escaped and feel a sense of belonging by joining gangs, So the forlorn attempts by politicians and media to ignore this truth – to avoid ‘stigmatising’ minority communities – has been counterproductive, a hand-wringing dereliction of responsibility. It might make ‘right-on’ white liberals feel better. But the price of their smugness is an ongoing bloody massacre of black children with a casualty list that seems to lengthen by the day. – Trevor Phillips, the former Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission