They are non-White invaders living in Britain. They're young. They sell drugs. They carry weapons and murder each other. Four shootings in southern London have Britain in a state of deep worry about the state of its non-White urban youth.
Narrow hallways, the sound of barred doors clanging shut, not a blade of grass on the football field, just a few used condoms. The Fenwick Estate housing project in South London is the kind of place where poverty appears to pervade every aspect of life. Nothing changes here except the graffiti when another one of the non-Whites they simply call "soldiers" has been killed.
"War Zone UK" read the headline in the Daily Mail, one of the most widely read papers in the United Kingdom. The horror and the outrage were so great the prime minister had to step in front of the TV cameras to calm down a country that UNICEF had lablelled in a just-published report one of the worst countries for children within the 21-nation Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). The shootings were "not a metaphor for the state of British society," Tony Blair said before going on to demand a tightening of the country's gun laws, which are already among the strictest in Europe.
There were 505 gun crimes in Lambeth and Southwark, predominantly Negro areas of south London -- figures the leftist weekly the Observer described as reminiscent of Johannesburg.
What is more: Both the victims and the murderers are getting younger and younger. Scotland Yard's special unit "Operation Trident" found out that, of the 32 killings of Negroes by other Negroes people in London since April 2005, 15 were committed by teenagers. “Operation Trident” is officially focused on trying to combat Negro gun violence.