Tuesday, April 2, 2024

WELL IT'S FUCKING OBVIOUS .........

UK is ruined by immigrants and  lax immigration standards   .......its not  decent law  abiding citizens .....its  3rd world  fuckers ...... who do not  care  a  fuck  about anything ...they are  3rd world .......they go to UK .....with nothing....... or  nothing to lose....... and  voila!!!!!!......a recipe for  disaster ...........3rd world  people do not give a  fuck and  give them shit for  free and  they will  fuck it up and  turn it into 3rd world  ....look at miami's little  havana ......its a  fucking pigsty .......and  London  a  fucking pigsty .........honest truth ....it's a pigsty mentality    there is the old saying........"you can take the man out of the  jungle .......but you cannot tale the jungle out of the man "......UK...... is and has becoming........ a  fucking  shithole/bunghole/pigsty/3rd world/disgusting/servile/parasitical/repugnant ......it's not going to get any better  unless they kick out all the 3rd world .......not going to  happen look at the  fucking  bungholes that are running UK .....fucking pigs .......



 


COMMENT
JANE MOORE 

Criminal gangs are running riot in the UK… if there’s anarchy here now, where will it end?

The sense that criminal gangs are slowly increasing their hold over our cities is very real and unnerving

THE Brits tend to be a law-abiding lot whose idea of “anarchy” is parking on a double yellow line whilst popping in to the corner shop.

But community apps such as Nextdoor show that, all over the UK, people are sick of seeing criminal behaviour go unchallenged and feel abandoned by the police and judiciary.

All over the UK people are sick of seeing criminal behaviour go unchallenged and feel abandoned by the police and judiciary
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All over the UK people are sick of seeing criminal behaviour go unchallenged and feel abandoned by the police and judiciaryCredit: Refer to Caption
Knife fights between mostly young men who should have their whole lives ahead of them are rife
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Knife fights between mostly young men who should have their whole lives ahead of them are rifeCredit: Getty
The sense that criminal gangs are slowly increasing their hold over our cities is very real and unnerving
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The sense that criminal gangs are slowly increasing their hold over our cities is very real and unnerving

Car theft is rife, so too shoplifting, anti-social behaviour, drug dealing by criminal gangs and knife fights between mostly young men who should have their whole lives ahead of them but end up in the morgue.

It already feels like anarchy out there, but unless the law instils some order, and soon, who knows where we will end up.

Remember Haiti? It’s a founding member of the United Nations and, in 2010, was devastated by an earthquake that killed at least 250,000 people and prompted many major nations to cancel any outstanding debts.

With its tropical climate and close proximity to Caribbean destinations such as Jamaica and Barbados, you would imagine it would be a tourist hotspot.

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But instead it has descended into escalating violent anarchy since its prime minister resigned last month following pressure from the criminal gangs that now seem to be running the country.

Just ask 37-year-old Briton Ben Reinbold who, until last month, was general manager of the only golf and country club on the island, but has since decamped back to the UK for his own safety.

He says bodies were starting to pile up on the streets, “charred remains or sometimes chopped up”.

He adds: “That was my biggest fear — not being killed, but being chopped up by machetes.”

Millions of citizens have been left without food and water as violent gangs fight for power on the streets and thwart any aid operations.

“It really felt as if the walls were closing in . . . It’s not one ideology or political movement fighting another — it’s just out-of-control gangs, mostly youngsters in flip flops, drugged up or boozed up and with a lot of guns,” says Ben, from Chester.

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Sporadic gunfire

“Living there was a bit like being a frog in gradually boiling water.”

The country’s capital, Port-au-Prince, is a war zone that the UN describes as a “cataclysmic situation” and, according to Ben, he would hear “sporadic gunfire all around the town every day”.

Kidnappings are commonplace to get money and “nearly every family in Haiti has experienced [it] either directly or indirectly”.

“One group of people is really rinsing this country out at the expense of others.”

Sound familiar? OK, so we’re not yet at the point where bodies are piling up in the streets and we fear being taken hostage, but the sense that criminal gangs are slowly increasing their hold over our cities is very real and unnerving.

And when it gets to the point that their power and influence outstrips that of any law enforcement, what then?

Haiti’s airport closed on March 4 after gangs took control of it, thwarting anyone trying to leave the country. So Ben got out just in time.

Whether he’s jumped out of the frying pan and into the preliminary sparks of fiery lawlessness here depends on what those in power do to tackle it.





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