Sunday, 4 June 2017

London Terror: The Consequences of Ghetto Realities

Civilians being driven out of a danger zone. 
London Terror: The Consequences of Ghetto Realities

While Police Forces including an SAS group continue search trying to secure Central London, civilians with hands on their heads are being driven out of a danger zone.

This happens not long after another terrorist attack in Manchester and not long after yet another terrorist attack in Westminster close to the Houses of Parliament.

The realities of failed integration and of ghetto realities that have existed for a very long time are haunting what accounts as the fifth biggest economy in the world.

Once again, Britain is on the spot. The country is now renowned because of the number of atrocities committed on its own soil.

Not long ago, during the electoral campaign for the 2017 General Election, political parties were discussing about the so called Nuclear Deterrent. The Nuclear Deterrent cannot protect Britain from the enemy within.

The fact remains that flood immigration, regional conflicts outside Britain and the easy of transit in and out of the country, combined with failed integration are all contributing factors for what is happening now on a regular basis.

Areas where immigrant communities are now majorities are hotbeds for extremists. Attacks like the ones carried out last night in London are not preventable. There is no advanced technology involved. There is no massive planning. They can be an impromptu attack launched by a small group of individuals using a vehicle, knives and hand guns.

Until now, apart from three of the individuals involved in the attack, there have been 7 fatalities and more than 40 casualties but there are still 21 people fighting for their lives and the number of fatal victims can still go up.

Chancellor Angela Merkel said not long ago referring to Germany: Multikulti ist tot (Multiculturalism is dead). We cannot have people many of whom not even speak the language of the country, who very much despise the country and its customs living side by side with people that they actually hate. Sooner than later - last night was one of those times - violence explodes.

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