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The recent riots in London started when the police killed a criminal named Mark Duggan, whom the left and the welfare freeloaders tried to turn into some kind of a hero.
Below is an interview with Boyan Yordanov, an English teacher of Bulgarian bckground, who happened to be Mark Duggan’s class teacher. The interview apeared in the Bulgarian news site Frognews. This is a translation, which doesn’t change anything. Yordanov is far from being politically correct, that’s hy it is good to listen to what he has to say:
The Wrestlers and the Ghetto Turned Mark into a Monster
(by Vassil Vassilev)
August 14, 2011
He had no idea what fear was, he jumped on the chests of his classmates, punched a female teacher in the face, tells us Boyan Yordanov, the class teacher of the killed Mark Duggan.
It turned out that the Bulgarian Boyan Yordanov was a class teacher of the 29-year-old Englishman Mark Duggan, who was killed earlier this month. The death of the “boy” caused a real tsunami of violence and riots in London. On August 4 he was shot by a cop, and this tragic story is about to become a civil war in Britain. Because of his murder settlers from Africa revolted and wounded 27 cops, and the damage they caused, amounted to 500 million pounds, more than 400 were arrested, shop windows were broken and the goods in them were looted. The unrest in London began with a protest action on August 6, where several hundred blacks gathered to avenge Mark’s spilled blood, whose father is from Jamaica.
“Tornado” found Boyan Yordanov in his office in Sofia. He told us about the sad story of the victim, about his high school years, and the roots of aggression in him.
Mark Duggan’s teacher graduated in English Philology in Bulgaria. He married a woman in England, where he worked as a schoolteacher in Brodwater Farm School in the London district of Tottenham. In 1991 he became the head teacher of the man whose murder shook the English Crown.
- Mr. Yordanov, what kind of a student was Mark?
- In all my life I have never seen such an aggressive child. He was driving crazy the whole school and everybody was afraid of him because he was unpredictable. He had no idea what fear was. Initially
we were very close
because he trusted only men. He was a disturbed student – one minute studying in the reading room, and after 5 minutes jumping on the chest of his classmate. Once he entered into the neighbouring classroom, the teacher told him to leave and he went and punched her in the face. He used to play football with children who were 10 years older and was scoring goals not with skill, but with rudeness.
– Did Mark ever try to assault you?
- As I told you, he had a good relationship with me and I have not had similar problems. I think Mark was mentally disturbed because of the environment in which he grew up. His mother came from a poor family and married a man from Jamaica. Her husband had lovers everywhere, didn’t come home for months, and the mother left the boy unsupervised. All day he was watching the wrestlers and imitating them, but did not understand that if you kick someone, you’ll hurt them. He turned into a monster, yet at the same time, he had a very good drawing talent.
– Are there any reform schools in England, where Mark could have been sent to?
- There were some in the past, but they were closed because they are accepted by the society as inhumane. There was mistreatment there, as in our TVU’s (Mr. Yordanov refers to the Labour Educational Schools in communist Bulgaria – my remark). In England a number of people are left to languish in misery and even individuals such as Mark’s mother are referred to as white trash. They are used as labourers. Such people are dealing drugs, they steal and kill. It was not by accident that Mark’s cousin was stabbed … In Jamaica the knife is the “martial art”. They are very skilful and adept at fighting with knives.
The bobbies deal with the war among Blacks
“Police in England are fighting against the war between the Blacks from Jamaica and other black Africans,” said Boyan Yordanov, who spent 15 years in London. “Mark is not the main cause of unrest at the moment. In 1985 there was a case in which in the same neighbourhood people from Jamaica caught a policeman and beheaded him. They put his head on a stake and walked around with it. Then they said that they loved him, that’s why they carried his head. They arrested six black, let them free 10 years later and it was all over. There is a
great ethnic conflict
After World War II Black people from the old colonies arrived in England. The island had a labour shortage and people needed external help. There was no local labour available. The most numerous immigrants came from the former colony of Jamaica. There is now a third generation Jamaicans. Some of them have been integrated, but most are living in ghettos like our Roma. There are social programs targeted to the Blacks, but things do not work out and the problems worsen. The people from the former colonies consider themselves to be rejected by society. They have their own traditions, which cannot comply with the local laws in England. The newest class in the country are Kurds and Turks. They are united against blacks and hate them. Everyone lives with his mentality. Usually among the Blacks it is not know who the father of the child is. The immigrants from Jamaica are aggressive towards other blacks from Africa as well, they show the strongest racism towards people of Barbados. Another problem is that
the police have no weapons
In England there are constant discussions on this topic, but apparently the society does not agree to introduce this measure because there were cops in the U.S., who either injure themselves or kill people. Officers are an advertisement for the country and perhaps for people that is more important than the weapons. When you approach them, they have beautiful uniforms; they are friendly, helpful, smiling and the tourists admire them, just like the Englishmen do. In London you have armed units that react only when needed. It is believed that this guy Mark was monitored by them. He was killed because he shot a policeman first, and the latter reacted. Mark’s bullet got stuck in the cop’s walkie-talkie, which saved his life, that’s how Duggan’s teacher explains the complex situation.
Translation © 2011 Blogwrath.com