DAILYKENN.com -- When I visited London in 1973, violent street crime was virtually unknown. Tourists were warned of pick-pockets and nothing more. One could explore the ancient city streets and night (or under the streets via the underground trains) and be met with smiling white faces.
Then came the aliens. After 30,000> years ethnic Europeans are being displaced by cultures of violence. The transformation has occurred in less than one generation; in my lifetime. Little is being done to abate the displacement and nothing is being done to reverse it.
The lure of London is fading as the city becomes a third-world hell hole. The violence is spreading through the British Isles with nowhere to hide.
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that 1 in 5 adults in England and Wales experienced crime in the past year with homicide up by 14 %, violent crime involving blades or knives up 12%, sexual offences up by 18% and robbery by 22%. [source: BNP]Authorities focus on trolling the Internet for "hate speech," the leftist excuse to prosecute those who oppose the government's policy of displacing native people. They also have a get-tough agenda of jailing the leaders of courageous and out-spoken patriots such as Jayda Fransen, Paul Golding, and Tommy Robinson.
The focus of the media is to normalize Islam, presenting hijab-wearing (hood-and-robe) women in a positive light. Ignored are the 776 people of color killed by Islamic hate groups in October, 2018 and 771 people of color killed the previous month.
Meanwhile, the violence escalates in London.
Sky News reports about 100 individuals were murdered in 2018 (through November 5). Most of the victims are not ethnic British as made apparent by their photos and names.
Murder victims in January, for example, were:
Steve Frank Narvaez-Jara, 20, from south London, was stabbed at a flat in the Old Street area, close to the City of London.
Elizabeta Lacatusu, 44, a Romanian from Ilford, east London, died after being found with serious stab injuries in the town.
Vijaykumar Patel, 49, who lived in Colindale, northwest London, was found lying on a pavement in Mill Hill with critical injuries. He died two days later in hospital.
Daniel Frederick, 34, was fatally stabbed in Stoke Newington, northeast London. Frederick was a black male.
Oluwadamilola Odeyingbo, 18, died after being involved in a fight in Chislehurst, southeast London.
Harry Uzoka, 25, was fatally stabbed in Shepherd's Bush, west London.
Yaya Mbye, 26, was found with stab wounds on an estate in Stoke Newington. He died later.
Juan Olmos Saca, 39, was stabbed during a fight at an address in Peckham Rye, southeast London, and died on 4 March in hospital from his injuries. Another man was stabbed in the abdomen during the altercation.
Khader Saleh, 25, was stabbed to death in Wormwood Scrubs prison, west London.
From BBC News ▼ Thomas Mackintosh
The family of a Romanian man stabbed to death weeks after moving to England have said they see London as a dangerous place where "terrible things can happen in the blink of an eye".
Beniamin Pieknyi, 21, was walking through a shopping centre when he was chased and stabbed in March.
His brother and sister lived with him but have since returned to Romania.
On Monday, Mayor Sadiq Khan warned it could take a generation to turn the tide of violent crime in the capital.
Vladyslav Yakymchuk, 23, who pleaded guilty to the murder was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 24 years on Wednesday.
It comes at a time when five people have been stabbed to death in London in less than a week.
From bnp.org.uk ▼ Henry Watts
Recent figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that 1 in 5 adults in England and Wales experienced crime in the past year with homicide up by 14 %, violent crime involving blades or knives up 12%, sexual offences up by 18% and robbery by 22%.
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