posted on Apr, 30 2007 @ 11:14 AM
thisguyrighthere: Hi ! Can appreciate your concern and interest re: this matter and thanks for posting the links.
At first read, it does smack of NWO-type 'interference' and for all we know, it might be a soft-sell introduction. However, there's a UK site,
'Neighbours from Hell in Britain', which illustrates the sort of problems they're having in the UK with 'problem families'. Spend an hour in the
NFHiB forums and you'll leave feeling weary and convinced that 'evolution' is just a myth.
Thanks to the nanny-State mentality pervasive amongst many such problem-families, the problem families become -- are allowed to become -- end
up believing they're entitled to be ........ society's problem.
Many such families live in State or Local Government owned housing. Agreed, these facilities often breed social problems and social-misfits, but at
the other end of the scale, many families living in government-owned housing are socially-responsible and intent on raising their children to become
It should be an easy matter to solve, but according to those confronted by problem families, it's a nightmare without end. For example, a family may
be physically and verbally aggressive towards neighbours. What steps are the victim-neighbours able to take to guard their safety (personal and
property) and quality of life?
According to countless accounts by NFHiB members, it's a long, exhausting and dangerous process with no gaurantee of success. First, they must lodge
complaint with their housing-officer. You'd imagine this would be held in confidence, but apparently not: the problem family is advised by the
housing officer that a complaint has been made, and by whom. In many instances, this simply exacerbates the amount of abuse and provocation to which
the victim-family is subjected.
The victim-family is advised by the housing officer to install closed-circuit-tv and to log all instances of abuse/provocation, etc. By this stage,
in many instances, the victim-family is afraid to leave the house, afraid of remaining IN the house, afraid to let their children walk to school or
play in their front yard. Because the problem-family (and often several problem families or members of same, work in concert against the victim
family) has upped the ante as consequence of being 'reported'.
This situation can go on for years at a stretch. Marriages disintegrate under the constant pressure --- children of the victim family leave home to
escape the situation --- the family and its quality of life collapses. Throughout, they are often dismissed and/or disbelieved by the housing
officers on whom they're compelled to rely for assistance as far as mandatory 'mediation', 'counselling' and tribunals/hearings, also court
appearances and relocation etc. are concerned.
I've read numerous instances where members of the victim families all sleep together in one room for safety, whilst members of problem families prowl
the perimeter of the house, smashing windows, catcalling, destroying gardens, urinating through the letter-box, poisoning the victim family's pets,
wrecking the victim family's vehicle/s. Each morning, the victim families nervously peer from their windows to survey the latest round of damage
inflicted on them by their socially-maladjusted neighbours.
Even if the offences are recorded on CCTV, there's little penalty imposed on the problem families, quite often. They may be subject to ASBO ruling
or in some instances may be relocated to a new community, where they soon recommence their provocation and torment of their new neighbours.
If you wish to sell your property in the UK, you must reveal to potential purchasers if you've experienced any problems with neighbours, etc. I'm
not sure if this applies only to State housing or across the board: I suspect the latter. Failure to fully advise potential purchasers of problems
they may encounter (should they proceed with purchase) results in heavy penalty for the vendor. For this reason (in order to sell their house) victim
families sometimes decide NOT to report their problem neighbours, which encourages the rampages of the latter.
Naturally, those families who -- through no fault of their own -- have suffered problem-families, are at decided disadvantage when they try to sell
their property. No-one wants to buy someone else's problems. Many families succeed in selling their property and escaping their problem neighbours
-- only to inherit someone *else's* problem neighbours when they purchase property in another area. A reading of the NFHiB forums sometimes seems as
if half the decent families in the UK are playing musical chairs in their attempts to gain some peace and quiet.
The problem families on the other hand, are often treated kid-gloves style by the local constabulary who are bound by rigid PC codes. Many (not all,
but a substantial percentage) problem families are caught in the 'poverty cycle' so beloved of social-workers and others who earn their living by
catering to families who haven't had a fully-employed member for three or four (or more!) generations. Generations generate swiftly within many of
these problem familes, with girls in their mid-teens having babies whose grandmothers are only in their early 30's. Entire families are supported
via welfare. Housing is provided by welfare. Worn-out, often uncaring single mothers claim they're 'unable to control' their many offspring who
play truant, loiter around shopping malls, catcall and physically attacking pensioners, stealing from cars and properties, etc.
These children gain little in the way of education and training and soon join the ranks of the unemployed, supplementing their welfare cheques with
crime and relieving their boredom and bitterness by attacking anyone who looks a soft target. They're no stranger to correctional institutions and
jail: they have no respect for themselves or anyone else. They take pride in being considered 'hard cases' and gain 'revenge' by targeting their
neighbours, local business-people, etc.
Members of NFHiB claim police are loften slow or reluctant to enforce ASBOs and often offer sympathy to the problem families rather than their
Even quiet, rural areas are now suffering problems caused by anti-social youths, who callously beat and rob elderly pensioners or gang-attack young
families doing their weekly shopping. Add to this the explosive situation caused by ridiculous levels of immigration by non-English speaking people
and it's no wonder that 10 percent of born and bred British residents have reportedly escaped by moving overseas.
Personally, I believe the NWO-agenda is responsible for the insane numbers of migrants who've been allowed to literally flood into the UK -- also the
nationalities of many of the migrants, many of whom appear antagonistic to the values and beliefs of their host-nation. Deliberate fragmentation of
society/engineered destruction of established communities/forced introduction of alien cultures/repressive PC and other agenda which stifle
dissent/staged destruction of long-held beliefs and values/outsourcing and unemployment/dumbed-down education, etc. = Divide and conquer.
The numerous social and racial problems faced by UK residents undoubtedly contributes to the emergence of 'problem families' and the fall-out upon
their neighbours and within communities.
Many 'problem families' are now regarded as incorrigibles, as ferals. This reported attempt at rehabilitation can only be of benefit for all
concerned, imo. I'm sure many members of NFHiB would applaud it, if for no better reason than it will encourage members of problem families to
become accountable for their actions -- which isn't too much to ask of members of communities, is it?