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The State at the End of its Tether: Londonistan By Richard Miller
London’s non-white mayor, Sadiq Khan, insisted that the crowed “tube” system posed no coronavirus risk, back on March 3 2020:
Today, Londonistan, knife crime capital of the UK, has its police searching for coronavirus hate crimes, the latest politically correct thing on the elite’s list:
“London’s Metropolitan Police Force is appealing to the public to report “hate crime related to the Covid-19 pandemic”. “A hate crime is when someone commits a crime against you because of your disability, gender, identity, race, or sexual orientation, religion, or any other actual or perceived difference,” intoned an officer identified as “Constable Paul” in the video message the Met shared to social media. “It doesn’t just mean physical violence,” he assured potential hate reporters. “Someone using offensive language towards you, or harassing you because of who you are, or who they think you are, is also a crime,” he suggested. Are you a victim or witness of hate crime related to the COVID-19 pandemic? We do not tolerate hatred or abuse directed at communities because of their race, religion, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity. If you experience hate crime, please tell us & we will act. Keen to remind viewers that London’s police officers are not only concerned with offensive behaviour face to face, Constable Paul went on to note “someone posting abusive or offensive messages about you online” as another example of a hate crime. He appeared to be at pains to maximise his police force’s “hate crime” workload, telling viewers: “You might want to shrug it off if it happens to you, but if you tell us then we can investigate and stop it from getting worse, for you or someone else. Even if you’re not sure if it’s a crime or not, you should report it so we can investigate.” The police force’s efforts to solicit hate crime reports at this time may seem curious to some, given predictions that the country’s lockdown measures could in time lead to unrest among some elements of the populace, and that the coronavirus could slash the force’s manpower by as much as a quarter due to sickness and self-isolation requirements. Police in Bristol got a small taste of these potential issues within hours of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s initial announcement of lockdown measures, with “youths” who were told to disperse by officers reacting by throwing missiles at them and torching two food delivery vans.”
Typical British police; as with the paedophilic rape gangs, they are more concerned about political correctness than the welfare of all. However, the police may have more to worry about soon than thought crimes, as old school real violence is erupting from the corona-crisis:
“Two supermarket delivery vans were firebombed by a group of “youths” after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the United Kingdom would enter a three week nationwide lockdown. The group of “anti-social” teenagers took to the streets of Bristol in apparent defiance of the lockdown, throwing bricks through windows, destroying cars, and setting two food delivery vans from the supermarket chain Iceland on fire. The chaos in Bristol began just hours after the prime minister announced the nationwide lockdown to halt the spread of the coronavirus. When confronted by the local police, the “youths” began hurling “missiles” at the officers, according to Bristol Live. In a statement on social media, the CEO of Iceland wrote: “Two of our vans in Southmead were burnt out last night during disturbances in the town. At a time when home delivery is literally a lifeline for some vulnerable people, this is sickening.” Iceland said that the two vans were completely destroyed and had to be “written off”. The company said that it would replace the two food delivery vehicles but noted that their fleet of delivery vehicles is running at full capacity as a result of the crisis.”
This I just the shape of things to come, and we have not yet got to the full economic pain, if not agony, of this corona crisis yet.