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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:55 am    Post subject: TORY BLACK MAYOR CANDIDATE TELL HOW LIFE IS FOR BLACKS HERE Reply with quote

London’s Tory Black Mayor Candidate: Nonwhite Life in UK a Disaster Zone

Mental illness, drugs, gang violence, crime as a way of life, jail time as the norm, knives and guns—this is the standard lifestyle of nonwhites in Britain, as revealed by the UK’s Conservative Party London mayoral candidate, the Jamaican-origin Shaun Bailey.

A collection of random arrest mugshot issued by the London police.

Bailey, who is currently a member of the London Assembly, revealed the state of nonwhite life in the UK in a 2005 paper written for the “Center for Young Policy Studies,” a Conservative Party think tank.

The paper, which had been ignored until now, has recently received publicity by the Labour-party supporting media in Britain because of what they claim is anti-Muslim and anti-Hindu remarks in it.

Those claims are untrue and a complete distortion of what Bailey actually wrote, as can be seen by a perusal of the original document—but lying is standard for the controlled media in Britain and elsewhere, so the claims in that regard are not surprising.

Shaun Bailey, the Conservative Party’s Mayoral candidate.

Bailey’s paper has however real value in that it is reveals precisely what a disaster nonwhite—and African in particular—life in modern Britain is.

The document, titled “No man’s land: How Britain’s inner city young are being failed,” starts off by explaining that when it was written, Bailey was running “a community initiative that helps disaffected and drug-addicted young people on the North Kensington estates.”

In the introduction, Bailey describes black community life in Britain as follows:

“I come from a black working class environment. I was born and brought up by my single mother on the North Kensington Estates. Where I live, the peer pressure to offend surrounds you. Crime is everywhere.

“Education on the estates is not an issue.

“The teenage pregnancy rate is well above the national average.

“There is a teenage drugs epidemic.

“There are significant mental health and disability issues.

“The number of people in contact with social services is way above the national average.

“One of my mum’s proudest boasts about me was that I never brought the police to her house.

“I also got to know my father when he came back to support us and that’s a rarity in this area.”

He then describes how going to the Army Cadet Force (ACF) at age 12 taught him not to steal:

“Going into the cadets created the person I am today. Straight away I had a different version of how men were. I had so much more moral guidance – not stealing but supporting people – than anyone I knew.

“By the time I was 20 or 21, heaps of my friends had been in jail.

“Almost all of them had some kind of drug issue – friends from my estate and from my school and college – but they were not aware of it being a problem.

“Some weren’t actually taking them but selling them. That was one of the big issues.

“When you are young and you get into the stealing of bikes for a laugh, vandalism and stuff, you develop a criminal mentality – once you get it as a child, it is difficult to stay away, crime becomes an opportunity you can’t resist.

“The level of the crime on the estates was astonishing.

“Just from my immediate peer group, 12 have been in prison.

“Many of the young people I saw were regularly robbing, three, four, five times a week easily.

“Burglaries were just off the hook because potentially, if you burgled the right house, you could make a real big score.

“Then there was the other end of the game – people who were fences because they had the connections to sell the gear.

“Then it was bad. But life over the last four years here has got more extreme, and the levels of violence with drugs, guns and knives amongst the younger kids, much worse.

“Eight years ago it would have been fantasy stuff to car jack. Four years ago maybe you would have found one person who’d entertain it and everybody would have thought he was a lunatic. Not any more.

“Now I could show you at least 15 people who would consider it, 10 or 15 who would do it and five who have actually done it. Those numbers are growing.

“Kids are carrying guns now because guns are linked to bigger crime.

“They are selling crack because crack has a shorter turn around and a higher profit than the likes of weed and heroin.

“I know one guy who’s only 17 years old and is a very successful crack dealer.

“The real issue is the number of kids that are ‘growing out of’ crime is getting smaller than it used to be.

“It’s why we get this horrible stuff with guns and knives: the serious nature of their offences is growing as the percentage of kids staying in crime is growing.

“The terror they cause and the amount of stuff they are into has a disproportionate effect way beyond what they do.

“The real scary thing is the young age at which it happens. Serious criminals used to be in their late twenties. If you went to Feltham now, or came into my area and interviewed my boys, they have been involved in quite horrible stuff and they are not yet 16 or 17.

“In some of the gangs, some of the slightly older ones have already been in prison. They are phoned by the ones in prison.

“They hear, ‘We’re watching Scum* yeah. Yeah I’m the man,’ and ‘I am the big daddy in here’. The kids think he must be. He’s in there and nobody is stopping him saying these things.” (* Apparently a TV show which glorifies gang violence).

“To the kids on the street, prison has definitely become a badge of honour. It’s almost getting to the point that you have to go to prison.

“There is no stigma attached. Nothing can defeat the feeling of cool – definitely not – and that’s what prison has.

“All their talk is about f…king people up, f…king people up. There is no notion of conflict resolution other than battering people.

“If you ask them, ‘so why do you do it? How come X is always in trouble?’ The answer is always, ‘Because he had to batter someone’.

“For every scenario given, the punishment is basically a different level of beating. If you say ‘I’ll pick you out and I’ll put my finger in your eye’, they respond with, ‘but I’ll put my blade in your back.’

“They exchange vicious ways of dealing with people with no irony, no joking, nothing. It is an accepted norm.

“They have to take people on just because of what is said that might be disrespectful to them. They have to batter them. They have to be in charge. To be in charge they have to be physically violent.

“Violence is deeply engrained in their culture of ‘respect’. They talk about blowing people’s heads off and about stabbing people.

“The kids here also feel they have to have money. These kids are 13 to 18. The great majority of them who are ‘going out there’ – that means going out to rob, to make money – are just 14 or 15.”

A mixed-race criminal idiot in action during the recent Notting Hill Carnival in London.

“Cannabis use here is equal across girls and boys. Girls are more likely to smoke to begin with – they have a smoker’s attitude. The problem is if they come across a group of boys who smoke weed they need to appear cool. “Then drinking and smoking and hanging around with the undesirables leads them to adopting a different sexual code. They let themselves be shared by the boys.”

Bailey then goes on to describe the living conditions which nonwhites have created in London, blaming of course the state instead of the inhabitants, but nonetheless listing the major “problems” they have:

“The walkways are covered in moss and mould. The lights never work. The lift never works. The security door never works. People are coming in and out all the time and hanging around. People who you can’t identify.

“Coming home through them, you smell their smoke and drugs. Some of the elderly people will not come out of their flats. Even some of the young people are scared.

“You dare not open the windows for fear of being burgled from the long walkways they open on to. So the flats suffer from condensation and rot.

“The rubbish chutes are too small; so people throw rubbish out of their window.

“None of the blocks of flats are sound proofed so even if your neighbour is not trying to annoy you with music, they cannot help it.

“The rat condition there is insurmountable: one of the best things that can happen to you on our estate is to be housed higher up: the rats haven’t got there yet.

“One of the estates which was built for only 1,100 people now houses 1,450 people. There are a lot of Moroccans, a lot of blacks. Everybody there is poor.

“If you go to social services and check the records often there is nobody new there. What you see is people from the third, fourth and fifth generations of the same family.

“There is a real culture of dependency amongst the people on these estates. There is no attempt to break it. The real reason it is so bad is because people expect to be housed and expect never to be kicked out.

“It is getting worse with every generation. We’ve got people who were bad as children. Now they will be even worse as parents.

“Kids from 13 to 18, the great majority of whom are 14 or 15, go out there to rob – to make money. A lot of it is to do with respect – if you have that kind of money you have respect and you can buy all the cool stuff and you can show them you’ve got it.

“You are talking boys who are 22, 23, and 24 who have never been anywhere near a job. They don’t have the academic skills and they don’t definitely don’t have the social skills to attack a job.

“They are not able to talk to people without just saying, ‘wha’d’you want, wha’d’you want?’.

“At the moment prison is a boon because it is nice and boring. It encourages young people to be lazy. When our young people talk about being bored, actually they are lazy. Then prison encourages them to come out and lie about the situation.

“For a lot of young people, crime is an accepted norm when they go in, and still is when they come out.”

The document is a damning insight into precisely how mass Third World immigration has not “created wealth” and “boosted the economy” as race-denying liberals claim, but has in fact simply transported a Third World nightmare into the heart of Europe.

It becomes clearer by the day that the only solution to this problem is the removal of Third World populations back to their home countries.

Anything less will inevitably result in the total destruction of white European civilization.

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