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By Pete Moore On January 22nd, 2021

The same headlines and the same stories, every day now.

A 15-year-old boy has died after being attacked in a residential street by a group of youths “armed with knives”.

It happens every day because our society has been engineered to produce these things and no-one talks about it. But we know what always goes unsaid: there won’t be one father at home among this “group of youths”. They’d have been raised in a welfare-soaked single-parent council flat, or in local authority care, without discipline, without hope and without aspiration.

One Response to “THERE’S A BETTER WAY”

  1. No doubt this murder will be laid at the door of feral black youths in Birmingham. But then we have the spectacle of a wedding in Stamford Hill in London totally flouting the lockdown rules, and from Twitter it would seem that Stamford Hill is basically a no-go area when it comes to masks and social distancing. I believe that the same disregard for the rules has been evident in NYC and in both cities the death toll from Covid among Orthodox Jews has been well above average:

    “Police broke up a wedding party in north London, where they now say about 150 people had gathered. Officers found the windows at the Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls’ School, in Stamford Hill, had been covered when they arrived at 21:15 GMT on Thursday. Guests fled from the strictly Orthodox Charedi Jewish school when the police arrived. The organisers face a £10,000 fine for breaking lockdown rules.”