Saturday, December 27, 2014

Somali gangsters are flooding Scotland’s streets with deadly crack cocaine

One outfit from the war-torm African nation call themselves the G-Star gang. The violent African mob - armed with bayonets - peddle misery to hopeless addicts desperate for a fix. The African immigrant thugs arrived in Scotland via London a couple of years ago and quickly built their £1 million-a-year drug empire. Violent Somali gangsters have been battling for control of the lucrative drugs trade in every major city in Britain. They specialize in selling highly-addictive crack cocaine - a freebase form of cocaine which is smoked by users. It’s usually at least 75% pure. Regular cocaine seized by police has been as low as 8% when tested for purity. The G-Star gang are only one of a number of ­African crime gangs in Scotland. Earlier in 2014, three Somali drug dealers were jailed for a machine gun killing of a rival in Edinburgh. Mohamud ­Mohamud, 30, Cadil Huseen, 23, and Hussein Ali, 26, were jailed for a minimum of 25 years each for ­murdering Mohammed Abdi, 25. All four had been part of a Somali drug syndicate. Police ­Scotland’s deputy chief constable Iain Livingstone revealed recently that almost one in 10 incidents involved immigrants.

1 comment:

Vanishing American said...

Well, if the Scots had a real ethnonationalist party -- unlike the phony Scottish Nationalist Party, (slogan: ''One nation, many peoples") --but if they had an ethnonationalist party, as in other parts of Europe, they might have voted themselves out of the EU. Then maybe they could have avoided this intolerable situation.

But they don't, and they didn't.
So they couldn't.