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Re: Lawless London
Posted by: Jilted
Date: 03/04/2018 19:20
Over the past few years Ross Kemp has done documentaries from around the globe, the majority of the crime he reported on was due to poverty. He did one on Naples and one on Marseille, both cities once had the Mafia controlling the drug trade, now youngsters have taken over and have no respect for anyone, they can’t get jobs but can make a nice little earner out of selling drugs and they protect their businesses with guns which can be easily be bought from (mainly) the Balkans.
A documentary on BBC about London moped crime told of youngsters who say they can’t make an honest living so they go out on their mopeds nick a number of mobiles and make themselves hundreds of pounds within a couple of hours i.e. thousands of pounds a week.
Another documentary on drugs told of youths ‘hiring’ younger kids to carry drugs and weapons around for them as the youngsters were less likely to be stopped by the police, the kids are given a drop for their services and hey presto, ten year olds are earning more than someone older than them on the dole, so what’s the future for those kids, a life of poverty on the dole or a life of crime making a ‘decent living’ in a gang?
Poverty, cutbacks in policing and social services, put it all together, and it’s an absolute recipe for disaster.

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