There have been two high-profile murders of completely innocent (and normal) people by those who can only be described as "mongs" who constitute a rampant underclass unfettered by any normal fear of the consequences of their actions. One of the suspected mongs is the brother of a footballer, that celebrity aristrocracy who can do no wrong and who are such inspirational role models. The Bowyer ape is a prime example of this class. Meanwhile, the forces of law and order demonstrate their concept of prioritisation by arresting harmless protestors in Parliament Square, enforcing Bliar's removal of civil liberties and free speech. Yes, I know there is an unprecedented antiterrorism operation on, but these priorities have always been skewed against the ordinary citizen. So, what to do? Should we live in fear of mongs, knowing that if we attempt to protect ourselves we may end up dead, and that calling the police will generate no response? Why should we remain unprotected and what do we do? There are two possible answers. One is to indulge in a spot of vigilante action by establishing local networks of "concerned citizens". If a mong is causing grief, then a mobile phone call will gather the aforementioned concerned citizens (with pickaxe handles) who will administer "community justice" to the offending mongs. I do not like that solution, as it involves extra effort that our taxes should be paying for. The second solution is to take a Dutch model further and to build satellite towns only for mongs to live in. These towns would be made of austere and robust materials and surrounded by fencing. Mongs would be locked up until they could demonstrate their fitness to live in normal society, and only then, would they be released under supervision.