Education, Education, Education. We have been educated. Once the Riots are no longer hot news, politicians simply turn the page over and forget about the people of a crumbling community. I sat down in a Church building to hear what ordinary people had to say about the events that traumatised the country in August 2011.
The catalogue of incompetence of the British authorities was in full-view for display and all Lib Lab Con could come up with were the old lies and false promises to try and pretend that they were doing something.
When Victoria Derbyshire asked the audience many of whom were people that lost their homes during the riots if they had received any compensation or any support, no hands were raised.
Many locals tried in vain to get the cooperation of the Police forces to contain the rioters only to be treated with contempt and visibly ignored by Police officers who stood idle while properties were ransacked and burned and human lives were in danger.
Steve Squire and I were there, sitting inside the House of God, listening to a cross-section of the population of Tottenham and when I was finally allowed to talk I said loud and clear: Lib Lab Con, you are liars and you keep giving away to foreign countries the monies that should be invested in British communities to create jobs and a future for hundreds of thousands of desperate inhabitants that see their communities and their futures crumble.
We were at the very area where everything started on August 6th 2011. Boarded doors and windows, burnt buildings and a ghostly abandoned Job Centre Plus building. 'Jobs for the British people', shout the liar politicians of Lib Lab Con and far too many people still believe the mermaid calls of the so called mainstream political parties. Now, they are even closing down Job Centre Plus building and the staff are now joining the unemployment queues made up of those they were supposed to be trying to help.
The British National Party was there in Tottenham to listen to all sections of the local population and beyond. The British National Party was there to say what must be said. We were not there to hand out leaflets. We were not there to do political campaigning. We were there to listen unconditionally and to reflect what the people of Britain are saying about the corrupt Parliamentary Gangs that run Britain.