Some Parts of London Aren't Burning
Pictures beamed around the world throughout Monday night's rioting more often than not showed police and locals conceding the streets to baying mobs who trashed shops and set fire to cars or buildings with near impunity.They also have a secret weapon.
Yet there were instances where locals physically resisted the looters. In Dalston, a corner of north east London with a large Turkish community, men hit the streets armed with baseball bats and sticks, fighting running battles with masked youths. In Whitechapel youths chased away rioters and in one restaurant in Notting Hill kitchen staff armed themselves with knives to protect diners from rampaging muggers.
"What the Turkish community did was brilliant, they made the area a safer place," said Tonya Cavanagh, a 39-year-old shopkeeper who runs a neighbourhood watch system in the area. "Everybody is really thankful. I think more people will go and help out the Turkish people too now. It makes you want to stick together."In other words, minimizing diversity is a good way to defend yourself and your community from the depredations of marauding "diversity".
In Whitechapel, home to Britain's largest Bangladeshi community, locals described how a gang of 70 masked rioters were chased out of the neighbourhood by Bengali youths who had gathered for evening prayers outside East London Mosque.
"There's a real sense of community here, especially during Ramadan when people are supposed to look out for each other," said Abdul Jalil, the manager of the Deshi Fish grocery store opposite the mosque. "The shutters will come down this evening but I'm definitely going to stick around in case the rioters come into the area again."
Of course, don't expect to hear that from anyone in the anti-White regime. What they'll say instead is, "YOU SEE, YOU SEE, WHAT WE NEED IS MORE TURK AND BANGLADESHI DIVERSITY!"