OPINION: Culture Is The Reason Why Knife Crime Is Rocketing
Knife crime is on the rise and not just in London. Statistics show a 16% increase on last year crimes involving a knife or sharp instrument at their highest recorded level since 2011.
Why is this?
I believe it to be the disconnect between culture and identity.
A majority of the people convicted of knife crime in London have been from predominately working-class backgrounds, this trend shows that they are using crime as an escape route from their position by making a name for themselves.
Due to the lack of real employment and a nice little mix of Tory austerity and Large-scale immigration has caused the working-class communities to either completely withdraw from society or take to the streets and use violence and intimidation as a way to make money.
With regards to culture, the so-called “rave” scene has exploded with more people attending this styled parties with anti-establishment vibe trending has made it easier for people to connect with grime artists who promote a culture of drugs and just plain sexual relationships have led many of generation Z astray and left in the field.
This has in return left a society with zero moralality and hatred of society which are the reasons why generation Z may be the conservative but also the most incontent generation of them all.
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