African thug violence unleashes chaos, stops business, in London shopping district
In a central London shopping district on the day after Christmas, a Somali man got into a fight with another Somali man over sneakers in a Foot Locker store and stabbed him in the chest in front of other shoppers. The wounded man staggered outside and collapsed. As the police gathered around him trying vainly to resuscitate him, they simultaneously had to restrain the blacks who were charging at them. The story with many stunning photographs is at the Daily Mail.
Here’s the victim, by the name of Seydou Diarrassouba. Criminality is written all over him. How many scams, robberies, beatings, rapes, murders were prevented by his death? This is the sort of human material being actively imported into Britain and America.
Victim: Teenage Seydou Diarrassouba makes a gun salute
while posing for the camera.
Pressure point: A policeman fends off one member of the public
while onlookers film the scene
Here’s another shot. Remember how blacks shot at rescue crews during Hurricane Katrina? When authorities show up to help blacks, they must deal, not only with the immediate problem, but with the chaotic and violent black behavior that prevents them from doing their jobs.
Crowd control: In this video image, police are seen keeping crowds back
while paramedics try to revive the stabbing victim.
Frank R. writes:
The BBC and Guardian both covered this story and avoided any mention of the race of victim or perpetrators. Same with the detective making an appeal for witnesses without mentioning any defining characteristics. Unfortunately for the BBC they have not been able to avoid posting a picture on their website, albeit a rather benign portrait in comparison to the one from the Daily Mail that you used. Of course, as soon as I read that the mayhem kicked off in Foot Locker I knew the rest.David P. from England writes:
You wrote that both murderer and victim were Somalis.LA replies:
There are many conflicting groups among the Somalis. They are involved in clan warfare in Somali, and they bring it to the West.David P. replies:
I believe there are six major clans, all are loggerheads with each other. The normal economy of Somalia runs on that conflict.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 27, 2011 02:49 PM | Send