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[Sussex] Albanian narco gangs.



Leekbrookgull

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Jul 14, 2005
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Ok it's The Mail so an element of arms length however it's a major article regarding the supply of hard drug's in the B & Hove area. It's fair to say that unfortunately like almost everywhere the drug issue blights everyday life, but is it any worse in Brighton?
 






AmexRuislip

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No problem I know of :shrug::smokin:
 












Mo Gosfield

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Aug 11, 2010
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Not just Brighton. It’s an issue in towns all along the coast.
Not just Brighton and towns all along the coast. Its in London, the Home Counties, the Thames Valley, Portsmouth , Southampton and Bristol. Oxford, Swindon and beyond.
The first tranche of Albanian criminals arrived a while back. These were the generals. They had with them, some young women, promised a new life in a foreign land. These were the first source of income. They became prostitutes on the streets. Drug dependent and cheap and helpless. They all had a fairly short shelf life. These were either rounded up by the police or died from nasty drug cocktails or simply disappeared and were quickly replaced.
After realising how easy it was to cross the Channel, the foot soldiers started arriving, in their hundreds and hundreds. They set to work in the black economy, stealing vehicles, stealing catalytic convertors, stealing expensive cabling and stealing anything else of perceived value. They also killed and ate swans, pleading ignorance of our laws. Most of them under the radar.
Drugs were largely the preserve of the black community a few years ago. Still is, in some places. Then, young Pakistani men saw an opportunity before the nasty ones arrived. Albanians don't take any prisoners. Now they are established. The new Mafia in this country.
I live within a large town that has strong Albanian presence. Powerful and menacing. They have a foothold. They ain't going away.
 






timbha

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Jul 5, 2003
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Sussex
Not just Brighton and towns all along the coast. Its in London, the Home Counties, the Thames Valley, Portsmouth , Southampton and Bristol. Oxford, Swindon and beyond.
The first tranche of Albanian criminals arrived a while back. These were the generals. They had with them, some young women, promised a new life in a foreign land. These were the first source of income. They became prostitutes on the streets. Drug dependent and cheap and helpless. They all had a fairly short shelf life. These were either rounded up by the police or died from nasty drug cocktails or simply disappeared and were quickly replaced.
After realising how easy it was to cross the Channel, the foot soldiers started arriving, in their hundreds and hundreds. They set to work in the black economy, stealing vehicles, stealing catalytic convertors, stealing expensive cabling and stealing anything else of perceived value. They also killed and ate swans, pleading ignorance of our laws. Most of them under the radar.
Drugs were largely the preserve of the black community a few years ago. Still is, in some places. Then, young Pakistani men saw an opportunity before the nasty ones arrived. Albanians don't take any prisoners. Now they are established. The new Mafia in this country.
I live within a large town that has strong Albanian presence. Powerful and menacing. They have a foothold. They ain't going away.
Makes you wonder why we don’t do more to stop them coming over illegally 😉😉😉………
 


chickens

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Oct 12, 2022
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Currently the best business to be in in Britain. With the tacit complicity of successive governments, there’s no tax, no paperwork, huge rewards, an ever growing customer base as people who can’t afford legal highs turn to untaxed, cheaper alternatives and even when the police do manage to cut off one route and one supply chain, there are already others that simply bring more into the country.

Nobody who wants this stuff is going short. Legalise it, tax it, ban its promotion, ensure the product’s safety and plough a significant percentage of the money into education and addiction services for those who do succumb to addiction.

Our current stance is comically unintelligent, the genie is not going back into the bottle.
 




WATFORD zero

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Jul 10, 2003
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Not just Brighton and towns all along the coast. Its in London, the Home Counties, the Thames Valley, Portsmouth , Southampton and Bristol. Oxford, Swindon and beyond.
The first tranche of Albanian criminals arrived a while back. These were the generals. They had with them, some young women, promised a new life in a foreign land. These were the first source of income. They became prostitutes on the streets. Drug dependent and cheap and helpless. They all had a fairly short shelf life. These were either rounded up by the police or died from nasty drug cocktails or simply disappeared and were quickly replaced.
After realising how easy it was to cross the Channel, the foot soldiers started arriving, in their hundreds and hundreds. They set to work in the black economy, stealing vehicles, stealing catalytic convertors, stealing expensive cabling and stealing anything else of perceived value. They also killed and ate swans, pleading ignorance of our laws. Most of them under the radar.
Drugs were largely the preserve of the black community a few years ago. Still is, in some places. Then, young Pakistani men saw an opportunity before the nasty ones arrived. Albanians don't take any prisoners. Now they are established. The new Mafia in this country.
I live within a large town that has strong Albanian presence. Powerful and menacing. They have a foothold. They ain't going away.
I reckon you could give JK Rowling a run for her money :lolol:
 


Harry Wilson's tackle

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Oct 8, 2003
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Faversham
Never mind. Once we have booted out this extreme left wing labour government, left the EU and taken back control, none of this will be a problem.
 


Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
52,313
Faversham
Currently the best business to be in in Britain. With the tacit complicity of successive CONSERVATIVE governments, there’s no tax,S no paperwork, huge rewards, an ever growing customer base as people who can’t afford legal highs turn to untaxed, cheaper alternatives and even when the police do manage to cut off one route and one supply chain, there are already others that simply bring more into the country.

Nobody who wants this stuff is going short. Legalise it, tax it, ban its promotion, ensure the product’s safety and plough a significant percentage of the money into education and addiction services for those who do succumb to addiction.

Our current stance is comically unintelligent, the genie is not going back into the bottle.
Edited for you. There were no Albanian gangs here when labour were in charge.
 






Springal

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Feb 12, 2005
24,168
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A mate tells me the Albanians are incredibly efficient providing a 24 hour service, where as the Brits are slow, unreliable and always late.
 












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