posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 05:42 PM
reply to post by projectvxn
Thanks Projectvxn, as your additional links also point out, London is no longer a haven fro the violence seen in the US in past decades. I'd say
it's approaching the boiling point that was New York in the 80s, before Zero Tolerance.
Along with knife crime, shootings are virtually an everyday occurrence here.
I'd agree with some posters here that immigration is the cause, but that doesn't mean immigration should stop - people that are in danger are
welcome IMO. Even those who simply want to work and have a better life should have the chance. It's the way it's done that's wrong; crowding the
vast majority into already overcrowded cities. They should be spread evenly around the country - each district having a percentile cap according to
the availability of work and refuge
I believe that the current tactic is to keep immigrants out of those places where the influential reside - just about all of the countryside.