East Dulwich ward councillor James Barber said the violence was a "tragedy" for not just the victims, but those responsible for it. He said the attacks would affect the families and friends of the attackers when they are caught, as well as those killed and injured.Oh, my heart bleeds for them! Maybe I should join the LimpDumbs?
Mr Barber said: "Dulwich Hamlet are using their facilities for entertainment until quite late. There is evidence of noise issues which implies they could be doing better."On noise? Are you kidding?
Who is worried about a bit of noise when you have gangs of thugs hunting down their victims in the street like a pack of animals!?
Hmmm...MONA's strike again....check out the NUJ guidelines on reporting race in the news...very Stalinist....you can access it by clicking my name at the top of the post
Sometimes the political class beggars belief. Has this Limp Dump never heard of Family Systems Theory which would indicate the attackers should have been brought to book when they were younger and much more "trainable" than they are as adults or adolescents. His knowledge of science is also sadly lackly. I'm sure it was Newton who said that each action has an equal and opposite reaction. Tell you what, Mr. Barber. whatever sentence is handed down to these attackers, you pay the penalty for them if it will be so traumatic for them and for their families. speak up, man (or should it be squeak up, mouse) and let's hear your agreement to serve the attackers sentences for them or pay their fines.
"Hmmm...MONA's strike again..."
Yup, they gave the game away when they released the bus CCTV.
"Has this Limp Dump never heard of Family Systems Theory which would indicate the attackers should have been brought to book when they were younger and much more "trainable" than they are as adults or adolescents."
If he's ever heard of it, he's probably dismissed it as 'right wing propaganda'.
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