Liverpool – Just How Bad Does It Have To Get?

Murders on Merseyside

Murders on Merseyside – In just six days there were three fatal shootings and a fatal stabbing, and worst of all the fatal shooting of a 9-year-old girl in her own home.

For any British National Socialist or racial Nationalist, the events in Liverpool between August 16th and August 22nd 2022 shows how far this northern city has sunk. Law and order no longer exists, where multi-culturalism and a multi-racial society has a negative impact on the whole of Merseyside.

The six-day period of August 16th to August 22nd 2022 saw some of the worst gang related violence seen on Merseyside for years.

Just a few weeks ago the British Movement Northern region website carried an article on knife violence in Liverpool and the trial of the black teenagers responsible for the fatal stabbing of a 12-year-old girl in the city centre last year.

Now the fatal shooting in Dovecot, Knotty Ash on Monday August 22nd, of 9-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel in her home, she was clad in pyjamas and getting ready to go to bed. Her mother Cheryl Korbel had heard a commotion out on the street and opened the door to check out the situation. A man bolted in to her house trying to escape a group of men on the street.

A masked gunman followed him in and shot him in the back, he also fired at Cheryl Korbel, that bullet hit Cheryl on the wrist, travelled behind her and struck Olivia in the chest. The gunman fled the scene. Police arrived quickly but 9-year-old Olivia died at Alder Hey children’s hospital shortly after.

The wounded man turned out to be 35-year-old career criminal Joseph Nee who was out on licence from prison. Police have launched a much-publicised manhunt for the gunman and his associates.

The Liverpool Echo is running an almost continuous series of reports on the case and local politicians have gone into overdrive issuing statements condemning the killing of the child and the outbreak of killings in the city. A pity that they do not recognise that their policies have contributed to the situation.

As well as the shooting of Olivia Pratt-Korbel, in under a week; Sam Rimmer, a 22-year-old man from Bootle was shot dead on Lavrock Bank, on Tuesday August 16th. Sam Rimmer was shot down in the street by as many as four men riding bikes while he was on a night out with friends.

Sunday August 21st, Ashley Dale was shot dead at her own home on Leinster Road when an armed gunman broke through her door. Police believe her death was a case of mistaken identity, he killed the wrong person.

Monday August 22nd, Karen Dempsey age 50 years was stabbed to death trying to break up a fight behind The Brambles pub on Cherryfield Road, Kirkby.

Merseyside Police are now being quoted in the news media as being central to all gun crime across England and even suggest that 70% of all gun related crime in England can be traced back to the North-West.

So much for law and order, and in the last couple of years Merseyside Police have been very quick to clamp down on any overt signs of racial Nationalist political activity, even to the point of sending no fewer than eight uniformed officers to raid the home of an individual involved in the Church of the Creator, based only on the appearance of a handful of stickers in his Liverpool neighbourhood. Contrast that to the failure to get illegal guns off the streets of Merseyside.

Of course, in the light of national publicity over the murder of Olivia Pratt-Korbel, Merseyside Police are now grandstanding with sound-bite press statements and very public raids on the homes of known gangsters. Nothing grabs news coverage like police officers kicking in doors.

It will take a lot more than headline raids and high-profile press reports on “Doors go in across the city as police ‘bare teeth’.

Merseyside Police need to undo all the ‘woke’ policing, ‘cultural sensitive’ policing, and start to enforce real law and order, even if it means taking tough action on the streets of Toxteth and in other ‘diverse’ neighbourhoods.

Murders on Merseyside
9-year-old Olivia died at Alder Hey children’s hospital.

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