Moss Side: Manchester Caribbean Carnival Hits 50

Manchester Caribbean Carnival

For any British National Socialist or racial Nationalist outside Greater London looking for a usable example of how multi-culturalism and a multi-racial society has a negative impact on British society, look no further than the south Manchester district of Moss Side.

The weekend of August 13th and August 14th 2022 saw the annual Manchester Caribbean Carnival wind its way through Moss Side to Alexandra Park, the carnival this year triumphantly marking the 50th year of West Indian/Caribbean carnivals being held in Moss Side. On Saturday August 13th and estimated 24,000 people took part in the Carnival processions through the streets, and on Sunday 14th an estimated 15,000 crowded into Alexandra Park to continue the festivities.

Then in the best traditions of ‘cultural diversity’ and ‘community cohesion’, on the stroke of midnight as ‘Carnival weekend’ turned into Monday August 15th, residents of Claremont Road heard four gun shots as a 20-year-old man was fatally gunned down in the street.

Then, less than 3 hours later in nearby Roseberry Street, in what Greater Manchester Police insist was an unrelated incident, what the Manchester Evening News described as a “violent knife brawl” broke out leaving at least two young men requiring immediate hospital treatment and several others with minor cuts and knife wounds. Obviously, the joyful Carnival spirit had rapidly worn off.

The result was a rapid sealing off of several streets in Moss Side by GM Police and the expected public relations and damage limitation TV and press interviews in the surrounding streets by both GM Police and the local councillor and ‘pace activist’ Erinma Bell. All the usual appeals for witnesses and calls for calm. Erinma Bell stating that the violence in the community was “everybody’s problem”.

Later press statements were given by Councillor Lee-Ann Igbon, who is the Executive Member for Vibrant Neighbourhoods on Manchester City Council (we kid you not! Manchester City Council has a service for ‘Vibrant Neighbourhoods’, whatever that means in a modern British society).

Contrary to all the soothing press statements by the defenders of multi-culturalism in south Manchester, any number of mainstream press reports were quick to remind the wider public that back in the dark days of the 1990’s and early 2000’s. Moss Side was labelled as ‘the Bronx of Britain’ and violent stabbings and shootings were happening several times a week and on some occasions several times a day.

Meanwhile, as the police investigations continue in Moss Side, news arrives of parallel incidents over the same time frame, a violent machete attack on a man in Salford and further gang related violence over in Merseyside with stabbings and at least two serious knife attacks. Lawless multi-cultural neighbourhoods where ‘cultural enrichment’ and racially diverse communities are the gift that just keeps on giving.

Celebrating Unity – 50th year of the West Indian/Caribbean carnival held in Moss Side, Manchester.

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