WHY WITCH HUNTS MAKE OUR STREETS SAFE
A SPECIAL REPORT BY OUR OUTSPOKEN COLUMNIST
We in the press have been heavily criticised for publishing the details
of known sex offenders living in our towns and villages - possibly even
next door to you - but the trendy lefty do-gooder broadsheets reckoned
without the passion and feeling that exists among real people on the real
streets of Britain.
Unheard of, God-forsaken
housing schemes were just unheard of, God-forsaken housing schemes until
we published the identities of known paedophiles and people who looked
not like us - some of whom even lived near schools. Now those streets
have been returned to the people and we ask those liberal elite apologists
for paedophiles: who was right? Us, of course. You only need to take five
minutes to chat to the people who live in these once unheard of, God-forsaken
housing schemes, and that's exactly what we did when we visited the Paulsgrove
Estate in Portsmouth.
Hackney, told us: "I've got four kids and the streets around here have
never been safer. Nobody is scared to leave their house now and you can
let the kids stay out to the early hours of the morning without any fear."
Ms Hackney was then arrested on suspicion of child benefit fraud.
Wreckered also spoke
to James Stevens, a quiet loner with no close friends, who told us that,
despite the numerous beatings he's taken from local lynch mobs, he believes
vigilantism has been a "force for good" in the scheme. "It's been a bit
of a nightmare," James told us, "but that's the price you pay for looking
not quite the same as them."
"But", he added, "If me being beaten up means the streets are safe for
kids then I can handle it." He then collapsed on the pavement outside
a primary school before being arrested for benefit fraud.