UK: London’s Nonwhite Crime Rampages On as Murder Toll Reaches 59

Britain’s majority nonwhite capital city—overrun through decades of legal and illegal immigration—has continued its inevitable spiral into Third World chaos with the 59th murder this year, the jailing of three airport baggage handlers involved in one of Britain’s largest drug smuggling operations, and the sentencing of two more Muslin Jihadis on terror offences.

A 20-year-old black male is arrested following the latest murder in Brixton.

The latest London murder victim has been named as 18-year-old Egyptian Sami Sidhom, who was ambushed and stabbed by a nonwhite gang in two cars in the suburb of Forest Gate.

Sidhom’s murder followed two fatal stabbings on the previous Sunday. Mixed-race Samantha Clarke, 38, was murdered in Brixton—most famous for being the first region of London to be overrun by blacks—and a stabbing-attack killed Romanian in Colindale.

On Easter Monday, black 17-year-old Tanesha Melbourne-Blake was shot dead in the street in Tottenham. Just hours after she was shot, another 16-year-old, named as Amaan Shakoor was shot dead in Walthamstow, and 18-year-old Israel Ogunsola was also stabbed to death in Hackney a day or two earlier. A further seven people were injured in stabbings, including a 13-year-old who was seriously hurt in an attack in black overrun Newham, east London.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick admitted that police were “struggling” to solve the gangland murders because the [white] detectives were met with a “wall of silence” from the nonwhites in London, none of whom want to give up their criminal racial compatriots.

The 59 murders so far this year mapped out in London.

Three nonwhites working as baggage handlers at London’s Heathrow International airport were sentenced to prison on Tuesday, April 17, at Southwark Crown Court, after being found guilty of being “at the center” of a network of cocaine smugglers operating from the airport.

Joysen Jhurry aided by another baggage handler, Mohammad Ali, and his brother-in-law, Preetam Mungrah, They were jailed between 16 and nine years after they were filmed  moving suitcases containing drugs off planes and placing them directly on baggage carousels to avoid inspectors and drug searching equipment.

Joysen Jhurry, Mohammad Ali, and Preetam Mungrah.

National Crime Agency regional head of investigations Brendan Foreman was quoted as saying that this “was a sophisticated plot and at the centre of it was a man who used his privileged access to Heathrow and insider knowledge of the airport’s systems for criminal purposes. This kind of corruption threatens the security of the UK border and the public at large.”

At the same time, Ahmedeltigani (Ahmed) Alsyed, 20, and his younger brother Yusef Alsyed, 18, admitted engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts at Woolwich Crown Court.

The older of the two Sudanese-born nonwhites was recorded by police as telling a secret Telegram message chat group that “I just want to do martyrdom operations.”

He was also convicted of disseminating terrorist material, including execution videos and bomb-making guides, and possessing information likely to be useful to a person committing or planning acts of terrorism. Yousif Alsyed pleaded guilty to preparing terrorist acts and disseminating a terrorist publication, but will face sentencing at a later date.

John Cooper, defending, said during mitigation that Ahmedeltigan had “low intelligence” with an IQ of 70, was ‘susceptible and impressionable’ and, according to a psychiatric assessment, was ‘thrill-seeking’ when he toyed with travelling to Syria.

Ahmedeltigani Alsyed, 20, Yusef Alsyed, and Mohammed Ali.

The secret Telegram chat group was run by two other nonwhites, Mohammed Ali, 18, and another unnamed 17-year-old, both from London, who jailed in January for attempting to go to join ISIS in Syria.

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