ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AN INCREASING CONCERN IN BRITAIN – Do you ever feel like you are losing an uphill battle? Do you feel like you are simply talking to a brick wall?
These appear to be the feelings of many when it comes to our youth and their anti-social behaviour.
Problems on are on the increase, no one is denying that. If it’s not yobbish behaviour, it’s violence. If it’s not binge drinking, it’s foul mouth tirade, the list just goes on and on and just to put the icing on the cake and in the words of a youth that I spoke to recently they simply don’t give a f***.
That’s right, that what was said to me when I asked a group of youths what they thought of their perceived anti-social behaviour.
When I was a child the first thing my parents taught me, after learning how not to soil myself, was manners. Manners develop respect, not just for others but also for yourself. The trouble is today is that few of our youth have any manners and they certainly couldn’t even begin to appreciate the concept of respect and self-respect. The truth is, as I have said many times before, we have created a monster through a liberalised society whereby we are powerless to address the problems.
Teachers and parents are unable, through liberal laws, to spank children. They are unable to even chastise them verbally as the liberals deem this assault. If they commit a crime they are not criminals but victims of society (actually they are – a liberal society) and if they openly disrespect anyone with a tirade of verbal abuse and foul language they are merely expressing themselves.
Yes, we really have created a monster and this is NOT going to get any better.
In an article in the Daily Mail today it shed light on how a public think-tank addressed the issue to the public and came back with the results that 80% think anti-social behaviour is raising at an alarming rate. People are, according to the survey’s findings increasingly worried about going near places where gangs of youths hang-out for fear of verbal or physical abuse.
Drug and alcohol abuse is also seen as another problem and yet both are getting easier to obtain.
What I did find disturbing is that people feel there is a lack of ‘police action’. I am sometime exasperated at the stupidity of the British public and this is one of those times. Anyone who reads this will quickly understand that the ‘liberalisation’ of the UK has left the Police powerless – in fact you might as well just save the taxpayer money and do away with the police. It is no good blaming the police; the fault lies squarely on the liberals that created this mess.
The public is of course perfectly correct in one part – this is NOT going to get any better and in fact you can expect to see the streets of the UK become more and more violent and this will simply fuel the ever growing crime rate. I often wonder how many Brits are ashamed to know that the UK has the highest level of violent crime in all of Europe – and by as much as tenfold.
Now that we have established that there is a problem it is time to stop moaning, bitching and whining about it – you need to take positive action and you need to have a plan.
Ask yourself just for a moment… would it really be that bad to bring back the ‘Birch’? How about bringing back both Corporal and Capital Punishment and with it scrap the ‘liberal’ re-write the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) and finally see sense and scrap the Human Rights Act 1998, both of which prevent real justice from being effective.
One of the ideas that the Government ‘think-tank’ has come up with is that they want to make it easier for the public to report crime; especially when it comes to our youth. What the Government fails to see is that there is NO point in reporting a crime. The only possible result is a caution and at worse, after being found guilty a dozen times or more, they’ll just get community service… what’s the point in reporting a crime?
What we need is sweeping reform and what we need is a society that will respect the rule of law and those who police our streets.
Don’t blame the police, don’t blame the politicians, don’t blame the teachers… go to the mirror and take a good hard look because it is YOU who are responsible for the levels of anti-social behaviour and rising crime. It was YOU who allowed Government (and even supported it) to drive the country into the pits of degradation with liberal views. And now it is YOU who are moaning and whining why Britain is in such an awful state.
Now we know that we are ALL responsible for this madness it is time for us ALL to petition our MP’s for real change.
If you think it is bad now just wait until the doors open in 2014 with the Right of Free Movement – I strongly suspect crime will go through the roof but if YOU won’t do anything about it then YOU will have to live with the consequences and that involves having to put up with anti-social behaviour, public drunkenness, drug abuse, violence and all the crime you can think of.