You’re Talking To The Wrong People…

A couple who have lost three sons in separate killings have voiced their despair over youth violence in London.

“These three boys were all innocent souls, none of them had anything to do with gangs,” said Linda. “Our family has never had any issues with police or social services. I was a teacher and always taught my children the value of education. I don’t understand why this keeps happening to us. We were just minding our own business. Why can’t we have peace? Why couldn’t our children be allowed to grow up like other children?”

Because other people’s children have been allowed to do as they please, because to stop them is considered ‘racism’. That’s the simple truth of it.

David was with two of his brothers, Jonathan, 25 and Taiye, 34, when he was killed. The three men charged with aggravated burglary have been named as Francis Appiagyei, 27, Nathan Harewood, 27, and Khalil Rehman, 26.

It’s your own ‘community’ doing the killing, as can be seen from the names.

In February 2013, Joseph was killed as he sat in a car in Hackney, east London, with his twin, Jonathan, and older brother David. Jonathan and David were injured in the shooting.

A trial of three men suspected of his murder collapsed in 2015. A coroner ruled that Joseph had been unlawfully killed.

During the inquest it was alleged that a masked gunman was told by an accomplice to “waste them anyway” when the three brothers said they were not from the estate that their attackers had suspected.

This isn’t something the nebulous ‘authorities’ can prevent. They aren’t the ones organising postcode gangs. Stop talking to people who know nothing of these areas, thankfully, and start talking to your neighbours.

In 1994 the family’s oldest son, Trevor, was stabbed by a group of five men in Hackney.

No names this time. But I doubt they’d be very different.

Stafford Scott, a community activist who has known the Monervilles since the death of Trevor in 1994, said the latest killing had left him “shocked, stunned and saddened”.

It shouldn’t, should it? You’re usually to be found working on excuses for these savages. Your income clearly depends on it!

Referring to the film Saving Private Ryan, in which the US government sends men to save Pte James Ryan after three of his brothers are killed in the second world war, Scott said: “We are allegedly not at war in this country but I ask our government to go all out in the name of this family to stop any other family experiencing this kind of suffering.

Stop begging for help from ‘the government’ and start telling your ‘community’ to act like something other than mindless savages.

The family made a 15-page complaint to the Metropolitan police documenting their concerns over the investigation into Joseph’s killing. They allege failings of police surveillance and intelligence before the death and failures in the handling of the key witness and the disclosure of evidence.

Ah. Here we see why the progressive press is taking this up – another opportunity to soak the taxpayer by demanding compensation.

7 comments for “You’re Talking To The Wrong People…

  1. July 26, 2019 at 2:52 pm

    Here in Portsmouth we just had an almost riot with kids running amok on the seafront refusing to disperse after the Police had told them to. Back when I was a kid we had to respect authority in all forms even if it was just an adult, lest we got a clip round the ear.

    The problem is a lack of respect: respect for authority, respect for family, respect for life. These feral kids have been allowed to run amok with no consequences. Kids cannot be disciplined by parents lest social services get involved, prosecute the parents and drag the kid away to social care, where the people supposed to look after them have even less ability to enforce discipline.

    No one has had the ability or authority to enforce boundaries on these kids. They don’t have any boundaries at all, such that taking a life is not a taboo.

    These gangs don’t respect anything apart from someone else with a bigger stick than them. The authorities have the bigger stick, it’s just whether there is the will to use it.

  2. Errol
    July 27, 2019 at 11:43 pm

    Failures of police surveillance?

    We don’t want these creatures watched. We want them shot. When one of these welfare delinquents commits a crime, you let thme have an expensive layer who gets thme off on a technicality. They then re-offend.

    The judge then again lets them off. The criminnal learns nothing except that the state is powerless. After his seventh or eighth offence, for which he’s likely not been found or even convicted of this ‘Nayfan’ – as they’re always chavs – is a serial convict.

    Then he kills – because he knows the state will do nothing. He might then be caught and prosecuted, but he’ll get five years then be out doing it again after a cushy time inside.

    No. First offence, jail under harsh conditions. Second, flogging. Beat them half to death, daily for 3 months. Leave the scars. Third offence, skin them alive, cut off their hands and feet and throw them into a lime pit and let their screams be a reminder of their actions.

    • July 28, 2019 at 7:53 am

      I think expecting even death penalty advocate Priti Patel to go for that is a bit of a stretch… 😉

    • Penseivat
      July 28, 2019 at 8:56 am

      During my military service, I never met anyone who had been sentenced to detention in a military prison, doing anything to risk being sent back.
      No flogging, no cutting off of hands or feet and definitely no limestone pits. Just a regime where the offenders start off with no privileges whatsoever, which have to be earned by behaviour and compliance with the rules. That is the punishment period. Then, and only then, does the rehabilitation start. One ex-detainee was so rehabilitated, he was awarded several honours for bravery and left the Army as a well respected Warrant Officer.
      Oh that we had a Home Secretary and justice system to implement this.

  3. July 28, 2019 at 7:17 am

    Going to quote from here in a post today.

  4. Stonyground
    July 28, 2019 at 6:25 pm

    My sister in law is a criminologist. She teaches criminology at a university. I would have thought that this subject would have practical applications regarding the need for turning criminals into useful citizens. I have had several attempts at steering conversations in the direction of the practical applications of criminology. I am still no wiser. I find the above post about military prisons much more interesting.

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