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Prison Officers widow forced out of her home of 37 years.

#1
Drunk & Drug fuelled UVF scum forced this lady out of her home in the Ballybeen area of Belfast.When the PSNI responded,they were stoned by the mob.


http://www.sundaylife.co.uk/news/story.jsp?story=687150

Look like,once again,the terrorist scum are weilding the power to dominate & force a defenceless widow from her home. Why?What was her crime? A drug dealer being forced from the area I can understand,but a harmless widow! It's time the authorities got a set of balls & done something about these cowards once & for all!
 
#2
Its ab absolute disgrace that any law abiding citizen is forced to leave their homes because of the mindless thugs who think its big or clever to stand hurling abuse or causing them other sorts of harm for their own entertainment. I feel is is self entertainment as i can't think of any one reason why else they harrass an innocent householder. Its not just the authorities who need to take a grasp, but people living in a community as well. People these days wont stand up for themselves due to retaliation, however if the authorities were to work in comjunction with th law abiders, perhaps something may get done. Until then i fear that the lunatics really are taking over the asylum.
 
#3
It would be nice to hear that good honest people are reaping the dividends of a lasting peace. Unforunately that is a pipe dream. Welcome to the real world of Northern Ireland, one of the most beautiful countries that a minority has ruined and still continues to ruin.
 
#4
Total scum.

Sod the UVF doing something, get the PSNI down there in force and nick the lot. The base ball bat weilding scum needs it shoving up his arrse... sideways.
 
#6
bossyboots said:
I agree mistersoft, however what about the rest of the UK? It all seems to be going the same way these days regardless of where you live.
I agree bossyboots but at least the paramilitaries formerly ending in 'F' had a so called purpose during the Troubles. These were the people who were supposedly PROTECTING the Protestant community. In all honesty without a political purpose as in Catholics to kill which isn't exactly political or legal, they are just scum as they were before but they managed to hide behind the mantle of being a pseudo police service.

The rest of the UK will have to blame the breakdown of society, the high divorce rate, shite housing, no jobs, the ineffficiency of the police, the lack of balls from HMG and the Euro as everybody blames the Euro for everything even here in Holland and the fact that they changed the name from Marathon to Snickers.

Life sucks, you can't escape it.
 
#7
Thats true mistersoft..the question is..how do we turn the tide? For every one law abiding household, there seems to be 2 full of scum these days.
 
#8
If I knew that bossy boots I'd be a politician. So, some scumbag who's had your DVD player for the umpteenth time gets a severe ticking off from old bill and if the family are a pain in the arrse they get ASBO'd and evicted so some other poor fcuker gets your problem but do you give a shite, no you don't.

Meanwhile from another area the biggest scumbags have been evicted and knowing of an empty house in your area, they move in and fcuking offski goes your brand harry spankers DVD player.

Of course as a politician I agree with everything that my illustrious leader says even if it's bollox and all schemes work until it can be categorically proved they don't and although I'm the member for Tonyfield North, I live in Blerbyshire as only a fcuking madman would live where my constituents live, god help the poor fcukers.

Fcuked if I know bossyboots, move to the Netherlands, overdose on fig syrup, it won't kill you but you just won't notice what's going on as you're stuck on the bog. Slash your wrists or wait for somebody to do it for you. It depends which pub you drink in. Only Goverment action can help to solve what's wrong but just don't hold your breath.
 
#13
The area where I live is very quiet.I've left my car unlocked once or twice & even my cvvie job company van unloced,with £1000's worth of telecomms gear & tools in it.
A while ago,the was a commotion in the green outside my home.It was a load of teenagers,running over the pensioners gardens opposite,pulling up trees & smoking wakky bakky (brats sitting on the bench on the green smoking it) as I could smell it when I went to check my car & van)
So,I & other residents called the PSNI. Three funking hours later they turned up! The teenagers,it turned out,had been ordered out of their estate by the UVF for unrully behaviour,so they came down my way!!
PSNI-Powerless or cant be bothered?
 
#14
welcome to the New NI it seems, from what i understand, prior to the "peace" there was such a high presence of troops and police and armed too, patrolling around to the extent that crime levels were much lower than the mainland UK, it was expected that once peace comes in the crime levels will climb up, with the consequent demand on the PSNI time and resources.
 
#15
When I lived in NI, one of the guys had been broken into half a dozen times. He couldn't complain to the 'local defence force' as they were the ones that were doing it and complaining to the then RUC would have possibly been passed on to the 'local defence force' which probably would have resulted in a bat-o-gram.

Another fine example was the clearing of all drug dealers from Loyalist Sandy Row by means of a pistol to the head. Of course with a lack of drug dealers, market forces demanded that this vacuum be filled and it was by the paramilitaries who had shot the drug dealers in the first place.
 
#16
Ballybeen is being turned into a UVF gehtto,I worked in Dundonald for a few years and we had a car in the area virtually all the time,then when the great PSNI was formed policing was centralised in Castlereagh and from 4-5 cars covering the area it dropped to 2 so dedicated cover for Dundonald dissapeared and guess what happened in the Been.The scroates there have no respect for anyone so decent people who have lived there since the estate was built feel like outsiders and are being forced out.
 
#17
RUCFOREVER said:
Ballybeen is being turned into a UVF gehtto,I worked in Dundonald for a few years and we had a car in the area virtually all the time,then when the great PSNI was formed policing was centralised in Castlereagh and from 4-5 cars covering the area it dropped to 2 so dedicated cover for Dundonald dissapeared and guess what happened in the Been.The scroates there have no respect for anyone so decent people who have lived there since the estate was built feel like outsiders and are being forced out.
Unfortunatly,It's happening in similar housing estates all over the province.On the other side of the Ards Peninsula out towards Greyabbey,the Housing Exec are re-homing those forced out of Belfast in a small rural village.Crime has gone up in these areas & .unfortunatly,a lot of smaller PSNI stations are now,like where I live, only part time.Cover is stretched thin or,at times,non existant.
 
#18
Whilst it is not helpful, I should point out at this stage that the replacementt of the RUC with a greatly reduced size PSNI, and the subsequent lack of bodies on the ground and the centralisation that followed are as a result of the "Good Friday Agreement" and as such was voted for by 79% of the population. It is not as if it was some secret part of it either. The matter was freely discussed and continually mentioned in the lead up to the referendum.

It used to depress me no end to hear the moaning about the calamity that has befallen policing when it come from the very people who voted for it.

This huge reduction in numbers, and the subsequent crap service it entails in many cases, along with the removal of police from local areas into more centralised locations is supposedly the "modernisation" of Police, to bring them in line with the rest of the UK, the implication being that this new situation is somehow superior.

PS if I hear Hugh Orde use the phrase "yellow coats" once more I will scream. Try dealing with the real problems. No doubt a few quid will be found to bring in a few officers for a short yellow coat operation in the area, (try cutting the money wasted on the horses, nothing but a publicity stunt) which will be milked in a blaze of publicity by the PSNI/NIO, and then we will go back to people being hounded from their homes.

This is from an organisation and Chief Constable that made officers redundant last year as not needed.
 

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