British police and youth destroy beggar habitat
Immigrant youth and police have arranged several fights on London streets these days. The natural inhabitants of these environments, known as “poor people” or “beggars”, have, as a consequence, relocated to other streets.
The fights, known to insiders as “riots”, have driven several beggars out of their homes. Thus, prisons and streets elsewhere are expecting a glut of beggars in the coming days. Experts are worried this stream of beggar emigrants seeking shelter will breach the limit of the streets.
Some beggars on these streets are so poor they have to beg for cardboard and markers before they can beg for food. A beggar rights activist told us beggars are forced into moving to places with better conditions.
Politicians have been criticized for years for creating beggar habitat while opposing the beggar communities. Beggar rights activists are generally ignored by the mainstream media. Some beggar conspiracy theorists are claiming that these riots are created by politicians to expel beggars from London.
A beggar in Tottenham told us: “Civilized people in Tottenham are fiercely opposed to poverty. They are openly admitting it in the media.” He would not tell us how he could afford a newspaper.