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Thread: GUY FAWKES night now renamed as bengali night in london

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caradoc View Post
    In London, it's not fireworks you're listening to, it's the street gun battles of the exotic enrichers that you hear! Exciting isn't it!
    Yup - the place has gone to the dogs since the Krays and Richardsons ruled their roosts...

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    What we had in the 60s with the Krays and Richardsons was a few murders here and there over many years. What we now have is a plague of immigration driven crime. Look at crime stats for South Africa.
    Incidentally the Krays were east European jews, see what happens!
    Please don't spout poverty breeds crime, Britain was in grinding poverty between the wars with very little crime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caradoc View Post
    What we had in the 60s with the Krays and Richardsons was a few murders here and there over many years. What we now have is a plague of immigration driven crime. Look at crime stats for South Africa.
    Incidentally the Krays were east European jews, see what happens!
    Please don't spout poverty breeds crime, Britain was in grinding poverty between the wars with very little crime!
    Please let us know where we can all get these rose tinted glasses of yours. London's population has been made up of people from all over the world for centuries. You'd be surprised if you knew how many Brits have Jewish and West African genes dating back centuries - possibly even you.

    Although it will probably get you crying into your pillow tonight, you should look up the incidence of looting from bombed London houses during WW2.

    Despicable crime and violence has always been part of life in London's poorer parts. Commentators like Dickens and Hogarth drew on it for their inspiration. Try looking at newspapers from the last century. They'll open your Nick Griffen eye.

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