Thursday, April 12, 2007

Tony Blair, black gang crime and African culture in Britain

John Steele:

Black communities must speak out against the gang culture that leads to gun and knife crime "killing black kids", Tony Blair said yesterday, as he promised toughened laws to tackle the ring-leaders of the violence.

The Prime Minister, speaking after a series of murders of young people, said such "severe disorder" was not a symptom of a wider social problem. It was a matter of individuals who needed to be "taken out of circulation" through legislation, police work and denunciation within the culprits' own communities.

He told an audience in Cardiff that tackling violence was the "missing dimension" to an otherwise successful regeneration of Britain's cities. Delivering the Callaghan Memorial Lecture, Mr Blair said: "In respect of knife and gun gangs, the laws need to be significantly toughened.

"There needs to be an intensive police focus on these groups. The ringleaders need to be identified and taken out of circulation; if very young, as some are, put in secure accommodation.

"The black community - the vast majority of whom in these communities are decent, law-abiding people horrified at what is happening - need to be mobilised in denunciation of this gang culture that is killing innocent young black kids. But we won't stop this by pretending it isn't young black kids doing it."

Retiring Tony Blair unloads unPC bombshell

Blair condemned over 'black culture' speech

Blair urges action against gangs

Blair blames "political correctness" for preventing the policing of inner city gang violence- asks black leaders for assistance

BLACK KIDS TO BLAME FOR KNIFE AND GUN MURDERS, SAYS BLAIR

Blair slams black gang violence

Black kids 'are to blame for killings'

Looks Like Al Sharpton And Jesse Jackson Will Be Protesting On The Streets Of London

6 Comments:

At 1:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

...need to be mobilised in denunciation of this gang culture that is killing innocent young black kids.

Why is it that some politicians feel the need to describe victims of this sort of crime as "innocent"? Innocent of what? At a minimum, almost all of them are themselves involved in the gang and violence scene, just coming out on the wrong end of it in the at the last.

 
At 1:36 PM, Anonymous David said...

The best way to deal with black gang crime would be to keep blacks out of the country in the first place.

 
At 2:42 PM, Anonymous corneilius said...

Blair is a creep! He shimmies upto pop stars who use marketing techniques that are influencing all our children, (in effect conditioning them, for the sole purposes of making obscene amounts of cash), hypocrisy such as the airbrushed footballers who exemplify the joys of selfishness and greed whilst paying lipservice to the joys of sport and the role of being role models.

If Balir really wanted to help the kids on the streets, in the estates, he would use his influence to force the record and media companies to market positive and inspirational rap and hip-hop, instead of marketing the bling bling bang bang misgynist stuff that is predominant.

He would listen to the children, rather than condemn them.

He has shown his care for the chidlren in Iraq, where 400,000 have died as a direct result of coalition forces activities, and there is no reason to assume he cares any less for our children.

 
At 5:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best way to deal with black gang crime would be to keep blacks out of the country in the first place

and send those that are here back to africa...

 
At 9:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

DOH!

 
At 9:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

idiot!

 

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home


View My Stats