We have another demonstration of the great benefits of mass Third World immigration into Western nations. In addition to crime and poverty, mass immigration also apparently brings social unrest and riots. London, which has long been an experiment in bringing people from all over the planet and putting them in same city together, was the scene of riots this weekend. We are constantly told that Third World immigration “enriches” the West and brings “diversity” to our societies. The native English people of London – those who have not fled to the suburbs – doubtlessly have a different perspective this weekend after the north of their capital was turned into something that resembled a scene from Mad Max. A BBC report on the aftermath of the riot completely censors any information about the racial nature of the violence. Here are pictures of the destruction caused by the rioting immigrants as they set fire to public and private property and destroyed buildings. Police have deployed extra officers in “deprived” areas of the city (which is politically-correct speech for the non-English Third World areas) to prevent further violence and rioting.
The gritty north London neighborhood of Tottenham exploded in anger Saturday night after a young man was shot to death by police.
Two patrol cars, a building and a double-decker bus were torched as rioters clashed with officers in front of the Tottenham Police Station, where people had gathered to demand “justice” for the death of a 29-year-old killed in an apparent gunfight.
“It’s really bad,” said local resident David Akinsanya, 46. “There are two police cars on fire. I’m feeling unsafe.”
Sirens could be heard across the city as authorities rushed reinforcements to the scene. In Tottenham shop windows were smashed as residents looted the stores, pushing shopping carts full of stolen goods down the street.
Officers in riot gear and on horseback pushed up against the demonstrators. Akinsaya put the number of demonstrators at between 400 and 500. Police said there were about 300 people gathered.
Miles from the tourist hotspots of central London, Tottenham is one of the most deprived areas in all of England, with nearly half of all children living in poverty, according to campaigners. The area is very diverse and home to one of the capital’s biggest black populations.
The area also has a history of racial tension and anti-police feeling.