Sunday, 2 July 2006

Entrepreneurial zeal and the gang brand

On 26 June 2012, The Evening Standard quoted Labour MP and Chairman of the London Gangs Forum, Chukka Ummuna, thus:

"At the heart of these gangs' activities are criminality and very serious violence. But... they put a lot of effort into building up their gang's brand. You can find music videos they produce to promote their activities on YouTube... This brand building is shocking because it glamorises what they do...

What frustrates me is many of these young people are using skills that if channelled in the right way, would provide them with an alternative route to success. In Lambeth, too much of this entrepreneurial instinct is being channelled into totally the wrong thing. Their entrepreneurial zeal, used in a legitimate business setting, could provide them with a ladder up.

We must make legitimate business a more feasible avenue through which our young people can realise their dreams even when all else may have failed them."
Yet more b***ox from the PC Crowd!

Who the f***, apart from the Chuka Umunnas, is the least bit interested in giving those involved in 'criminality and very serious violence', whose 'brand... glamorises what they do' 'a ladder up?'

Flog 'em, brand 'em, imprison 'em, feed 'em on bread and water, stick 'em in the stocks and/or in a chain gang, then send 'em down the mines to slog on behalf of a righteously vengeful majority for the next ten years!

Oh, and, where appropriate, hang 'em high!

Job done in a week.

The last thing the PC Crowd want, of course, when they are at war with the indigenous peoples of the West, is for that war to be over in a week with common sense, decency and their victims the victors.

On 25 June 2012, The Daily Mail told us this:

"Social workers 'considered sending African boy to Congo for disturbing and traumatising exorcism because his parents claimed he was possessed by evil spirits.' Islington Council considered agreeing to parents' request for the boy to undergo a 'disturbing and violent' ritual...

The local authority paid an expert over £4,000 to travel to Africa to investigate the possibility of an exorcism as they were worried the family's 'sensibilities might be affected'...

Officials do not challenge the mistreatment of children when it is committed under the guise of 'religious or cultural practices'."
On 24 June, the cited 'expert', Dr Richard Hoskins, said this:

"We fear to tread where sensibilities might apparently be affected. This problem is about the underlying failure to tackle abuse when it is masked behind multiculturalism."
This is where we are now. Beyond all sense. At the point of madness. The lunatics really are in charge of the asylum.

The PC Crowd dragged the honest few who dared to spaak out kicking and screaming to this place. But the rest, the sheeple, what were they doing? They grumbled when no one was around to hear. They whispered the odd f-word when no one was around to accuse them of 'racism.'

Any and all Africans who imagine that a child needs to be exorcised should be living in Africa. The family in question and any others who have come to the attention of the authorities should be deported immediately.

Those who pretend African savagery isn't happening because Africans commit it, should be sacked, flogged and, where appropriate, sent back to their country of origin. Those who pay an expert £4,000 of taxpayers' money to check out whether a child should be exorcised, should be dealt with similarly.

The traitors who have, entirely against the will of the British people, encouraged such uncivilised creatures to come to our country in their many millions, should be put up against a wall and shot.

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