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6 hours ago, WILF said:

Jmho mate, but you will never educate a dog to stop pissing up lamp posts.......it’s just in their nature ;) 

Haha....maybe not mate, it's the PC bullshit that covers up what everyone else can see which is stopping any chance of progress though...

I think as with pretty much every other thread like this it's probably too late...

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15 year old stabbed to death and 16 year old stabbed but survived in Hackney last night. 

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I was born to shoot a 22, it was my third arm or even a sixth sense I was out day and night the Pheasants never had a chance  [not at £2 a brace when money was good], got nicked at Wansford  on the A1 in 1965  a random car check , Fine £5 ,  caught  coursing  on Ramsey Fen , the gun was in the car Boot and belonged to the driver ,it was 1967 £10 Fine with £2 costs, then 1973 shooting Pheasants and Hares  at Great Ponton  Six Months nick ,  when I was in the Cells the Judge sent for me to his Chambers  and said that he was wrong and changed the term to Suspended , laughs and smiles all round and me and Circuit Judge Syme shook hands and has I walked out of his Chambers he said  " Michael the World has changed if you appear in Court for any Firearms offence !you will get at least 4 years .

Whithin 5 minutes I had grown a Halo and Wings and never shot a 22 again  because I ain't Black and Daft.

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Still got an old bone handle bowie knife purchased from the army stores in Rotherham when I was 12 years old a knife me and a gang of mates all bought then coverd the sheaf with a treated rabbit skin ffs how times have changed .

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57 minutes ago, micky said:

I was born to shoot a 22, it was my third arm or even a sixth sense I was out day and night the Pheasants never had a chance  [not at £2 a brace when money was good], got nicked at Wansford  on the A1 in 1965  a random car check , Fine £5 ,  caught  coursing  on Ramsey Fen , the gun was in the car Boot and belonged to the driver ,it was 1967 £10 Fine with £2 costs, then 1973 shooting Pheasants and Hares  at Great Ponton  Six Months nick ,  when I was in the Cells the Judge sent for me to his Chambers  and said that he was wrong and changed the term to Suspended , laughs and smiles all round and me and Circuit Judge Syme shook hands and has I walked out of his Chambers he said  " Michael the World has changed if you appear in Court for any Firearms offence !you will get at least 4 years .

Good story :victory:

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Sky news at the moment,report on gang-scoreboards awarding points for knife crime,everyones chatting about it but not one single reporter is mentioning the black word,and all the gang members in the drilling videos are black,four in Ipswich stabbed a rival 15 times and smashed a bottle over his head,he died they got life,is that worth points?What do silly points make?Dumb as f**k prizes,LIFE.

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if the blacks/asian want to stab each then craic on but you cant expect to import 75% of the worlds scum and expect them to act any different to what there used to 

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UK gangs keeping 'scoreboard' for knife and gun violence

UK gangs are keeping "scoreboards" of knife and gun violence as part of a brutal game fuelled by YouTube videos in which they brag about their crimes.

Youth workers and parents of victims have told Sky News the game is costing lives and there are calls for the antagonistic music videos to be removed more quickly from platforms such as YouTube and Instagram.

Rhyhiem Barton, 17, was gunned down in May last year in south London. Prior to his murder he rapped about "the scoreboard" in a drill video which has had over 300,000 views.

His mentor, Sayce Holmes-Lewis, told Sky News: "Is there a literal scoreboard? Yes. People are keeping count of the attacks that each organisation is carrying out."

He added: "You stab a person in the head or the chest you get a certain number of points. You get varying points for the severity of the violent act. Young people's reality seems to be very warped when it comes to violence. They think it is a game. Taking somebody out and killing somebody is now fun."

Mr Holmes-Lewis runs a mentoring programme for young people in gangs on the Brandon Estate in south London where Rhyhiem was killed and was with him on the day he was murdered. He says that within hours the rival gang was boasting about the murder on social media.

He said: "I saw the videos bragging about Rhyhiem's death and the Instagram accounts and Snapchat. It was sickening and it made me extremely upset.

"These videos are not being taken down quickly enough and they should be screened before they go on.

"I know it's very difficult with the high volume of traffic on social media but these are young people - young people are dying as a result of some of these things that are being released on YouTube, on Instagram and Snapchat and more needs to be done."

Sky News has been told from other sources that the scoreboard gives 50 points for a wound to the head, 30 points for the chest, 20 for the stomach, 10 for the leg, and 5 for the arm. One youth worker described it as "a taboo that needs to be talked about".

It is not just London gangs who are taking part. Last month four young men from Ipswich were sentenced to life in prison for murder, having previously made a YouTube video about "scoring points" against a gang from a different postcode in the Suffolk town.

Aristote Yenge, 23, Kyreis Davies, 17, Isaac Calver, 19 and Adebayo Amusa, 20, murdered Tavis Spencer-Aitkens. He was stabbed 15 times and hit over the head with a glass bottle.

The gang made a video in which they rapped about "scoring points like 23" thought to be a reference to high-scoring basketball player Michael Jordan who wore the number 23 shirt. Their video has had more than 112,000 views and the family of the victim has told Sky News they want it taken down.

Chris Preddie grew up on the fringes of gangs and now works with young people. He helped translate the videos for us and said: "They are always 'scoring points like 23'. It means they always get their target. They sing about 'riding dirty, never clean'. It means they've always got drugs or knives or guns."

He added: "The more violent the attack, the more points. You get a lot of points for the face and the head, because it is visible."

Mr Preddie believes young people are mimicking violent video games such as Call Of Duty.

"They've been playing these games and now they are making them a reality," he said. "So, their reality becomes a game where you score points by killing people."

But he also believes a lot of young people feel pressured to put on a persona.

He said: "They look tough in their videos, but a lot of these kids are 13 or 14. They're still watching cartoon network. They've still got Power Rangers bed sheets and they're still asking their mum to iron their shirts. We need to start pulling the reins in.

 

"Parents always say 'not my kid' but they should start at home. I say to parents when did you last stop and search your kid to see if he was carrying a knife?"

Craig Turner is head of the Metropolitan Police's Trident Unit, which tackles London gangs.

He said: "There is no doubt social media is used to agitate and incite violence. We take them down as quickly as we identify them. If we were to see something like scoring, we'd seek to take those websites down."

The Met says it has taken down more than 100 drill music videos since January this year.

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Make it illegal to post drill music on line..............anybody ignoring it track em down and jail em for incitement or whatever charge it's called 

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