Originally Posted by BadBenz94
Maybe what he was trying to say was that the crimes that are mentioned in the article are black on black, nothing racist about that if its true, next he says they are amongst us, maybe he means "they" means the "criminals" and when you live with criminals you must apply the law to all people so order is brought. Or maybe I dont have a clue as to what he meant?????
I'll tell you what I was trying to say..
I am someone whose recorded family history in England goes back to before 1660, so I think I can call myself indigenous. When I was a young guy there was scarcely any knife or gun crime in this country. Murder was almost unheard of, and if you were found guilty of that crime you were sent to the gallows and hung by the neck until dead.
In the past 40 years there has been a massive influx of people from the 3rd world into the UK, mostly black. Now we have their 'culture' foistered upon us, which includes drugs, gang-warfare and targetted murders amongst each other. Our prisons are disproportionately full of these people, who seem unable to behave in a manner appropriate for our society.
This is nothing to do with racialism - it is a law & order matter, where our 'old' standards (unarmed police, etc) that were fine for a 'law-abiding society' cannot meet the requirements of the current situation. Just that.