Friday, 22 November 2013

The modern business of organised crime

On 3 March 2013, Europol Director, Rob Wainwright, said this in The International Business Times:
"We have some groups with 60 different nationalities among their member. This is the modern business of organised crime... The UK is significantly affected by organised crime in Europe... Britain's multicultural society is a bit more advanced than any other, so it is an end destination for illegal immigration and trafficking human beings...

The cocaine and heroin markets are among the highest in Europe. These are examples of why the UK is perhaps more affected by the organised crime problem than other countries."
Keith Bristow, Director General of the National Crime Agency added:
"Threats at local level in the UK are national and increasingly trans-national. Organised criminals are opportunists. Geographical, jurisdictional boundaries and organisational boundaries are becoming less and less relevant."
Yep. That's GLOBALISATION and DIVERSITY for you. 'Geographical, jurisdictional... and organisational boundaries' mean sweet FA to your 'trans-national... organised criminals.' What matters to them is the Aladdin's cave of criminal opportunity provided by 'Britain's multicultural society.'

I wonder, does anyone out there feel really, really stupid for believing our traitorous politicians when they insisted that the capitalised keys to the kingdom cited above would somehow be of benefit to we indigenous Britons? If you don't, you should.

Unless of course you're one of them. If you're trough-gobbling hog you'll want more and more of the same.

You forget once thing, of course.

Eventually, your average hog gets eaten.

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