Those who commit the crimes, and those who know, but keep quiet….letting the criminals get away with it.
There are a lot of complaints from those who say they are now suffering because of the crimes by the few. Saying Sajid and other taxi leaders were foisted upon them.
The reality is a lot of taxi drivers turn a blind eye to the criminals. They know what is happening, but say nothing. possibly because the crooks help them get away with their own small crimes. Big fleas have little fleas.
For example, I have been told by several Mirpuri , including a former Councillor, that they believe Akhtar to be a crook…yet despite a conviction for violence and a refusal to show remorse he has constantly been thrust forward by the community as a leader.
Why do the Mirpuri , especially the taxi drivers, constantly select leaders who are tainted by criminality? You cannot just keep saying “it wasn’t me who voted for them.”
Get some self respect and take responsibility.
One suspects they are hypocrites and really they see these leaders as macho freedom fighters, striking blows against the kafir. That in their hearts they really dislike the White community, and that while their leaders are crooks, they are at least ‘their crooks’.
It is unfortunate that some honest taxi drivers will suffer because of the crimes others..but honestly. Can you really, on the lives of your family, say you didn’t know what was going on with taxi drivers running drugs and prostituting children?
Can you say that you aren’t fiddling tax? that you have never undertaken an illegal delivery? That you don’t lick the backsides of Akhtar, Mahroof, Ali and Sajid Bostan just for a small favour.
Someone has to say that Mirpuri must get some pride and dignity, stop living through the proceeds a petty criminality and tax evasion. Stop fantasizing about some never never land called Azad Kasmir, that your children don’t want to go back to and when you return they only want you for your money.
Where the corrupt politicians use traditional family loyalty to milk you for money that you cannot afford, to fight for a dream of independence that is irrelevant to you and your family.
And from ‘Deep Throat’, a point to consider, perhaps?