A pity the government does not stand up and say, …

Comment on A good spot for the art gallery? by Kathy.

A pity the government does not stand up and say, “enough is enough”. But no, we pussy foot around and do not want to be called racist so we do nothing, but make excuses for these arseholes.
Young or not, this behaviour was once not tolerated, now it is.
Do not blame the police, as they do a terrific job with the resources, but if the courts left these arseholes out onto the street again, with a slap, they do the same thing again, and destroy someone else’s holiday or home or car.

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The law is there for all, not just some and not others, or we are called racist.
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If my kids were hanging around the town, I am sure the police would be making them their business.


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