Godless World in Utter Chaos – Or is the Crimewave in USA & Scotland the New Normal?

Godless World in Utter Chaos – Or is the Crimewave in USA & Scotland the New Normal?

From Glasgow Live…

East End residents are too “frightened” to report anti-social behaviour to police in a Glasgow area where a community centre is being vandalised daily.

The Bridgeton Community Learning Campus is undergoing improvement work but is being targeted every day by vandals, a meeting heard.

And a Calton councillor has suggested offenders could be threatened with ‘consequences’ over housing association tenancies, warning they don’t see the police alone as a big enough threat.   Continues…

Editor writes…

It seems very obvious that the breakdown in society, such as we are witnessing in the USA, is linked to the abandonment of God’s Law, especially under an allegedly Catholic President and other pretend Catholics in positions of secular and religious authority, and the same goes for the UK.  The report from Glasgow Live is an understatement of what has been going on in Glasgow (and probably elsewhere in Scotland) for a very long time, now.  I was telling a friend just the other day, that the reason I decided to learn to drive was because I was (and remain) nervous on the streets of the city and I got fed up playing detective on the buses.  How DO you identify a serial killer?

As with everything else, sadly, there is a loud silence from those in authority within the Church; they are not making the connection between our increasingly violent world and the rejection of God. Too busy blethering on about climate change.  Yet the climate we really must change is the climate of fear – the fear of speaking out about the things of God; not just His wonderful creation, but the need to adore Him, to keep His Laws and to live according to His Divine Will made manifest to us through the Commandments and the authority of His Church. Only when we hear those important truths expounded will we see some kind of return to civilisation. Or perhaps you disagree?

Comments (28)

  • RCAVictor

    “Yet the climate we really must change is the climate of fear – the fear of speaking out about the things of God; not just His wonderful creation, but the need to adore Him, to keep His Laws and to live according to His Divine Will made manifest to us through the Commandments and the authority of His Church. Only when we hear those important truths expounded will we see some kind of return to civilisation.”

    Well said, Editor, to which I add fear of the Dictator Pope, whose rule over his clergy closely resembles the style of a fascist thug.

    September 15, 2022 at 7:31 pm
    • Josephine

      RCA Victor,

      You can say that again – “the Dictator Pope” etc.

      So far, though, as far as I can gather, it’s only his pet bishops who are using Traditiones Custodes to cut down on the Latin Masses, as the ones we have in Scotland seem to be being left alone, and long may that last!

      September 15, 2022 at 11:07 pm
      • Lily


        That is what is surprising me – there’s been an eerie silence about the old Mass since Archbishop Nolan came to Glasgow. I hope he’s realising that it would be a mistake to stop any of the TLMs. There are three in just one parish, and they are all big congregations, so I don’t think the people would take it without a fuss if any of them were stopped. We need more Masses and more prayer in general, if we are to get Glasgow to become more civilised. When people are afraid to walk the streets, it’s time to ask God for all the help we can get, IMHO.

        September 16, 2022 at 10:28 am
      • Laura


        Long may that eerie silence last!

        September 16, 2022 at 3:41 pm
    • Faith of Our Fathers

      Sorry Victor I disagree with you about Bergoglio. Roche. Cupich.
      McKelroy Etc Etc. I don’t think they resemble Fascist thugs I believe they are Fascist thugs.
      There was a Lovely newly ordained Priest present at Our T.L.Mass last night of Whom our Priest said He would have loved to say the T.L.Mass but Alas by order of Bergoglio and His Lavender Buddies cannot.
      After Mass speaking to Him He said what at least WE all know is that Bergoglio and Co are of The Diabolical. ED as for the Violence in Scotland the Police are as useful as an Ashtray on a Motorbike. As av said before I lost Approximately £20.000 on property when 3 Drug Dealers came to my door with Bottles in their hands, to Do Me In ( They said If I didn’t Evacuate my Home ) . The Police done NOTHING.

      September 16, 2022 at 3:41 pm
      • Laura


        That’s terrible about the drug dealers coming to your door – I don’t want to pry but is there a reason why they would target you – I can’t imagine you on drugs (you’re a scream without them, LOL!)

        The police not acting when crimes are reported is the real concern, and so if that is already happening here, we can only go one way and that’s down.

        September 16, 2022 at 3:46 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        Laura my Home at that time was next to where they cut up the Drugs and drove them to their customers [ so to speak ] the cars were on the go 24 Hours a Day 7 Days a Week and i at that time was working shifts ,they eventually wore me down. The reason i was told that the cars were on the go 24 / 7 . Was if they were caught with say Heroin and only had 6 ounces or so they were a user and wouldnt get Prison time. Whereas if they were caught with say 6Lbs then they were dealers ,and would get Prison time. Of course those weights Etc are only an example as i [ thank God ] know nothing about Heroin. I only wish i could have said the same of the Dealers and Messengers .

        September 16, 2022 at 7:55 pm
  • RCAVictor

    Selective law enforcement by the police is nothing new, at least not in New York City, where I grew up in a posh (get that, Ed?) suburb. One Christmas Eve in the mid-1960s, we went to a relative’s house north of the City to celebrate. When we got back later that night, we found that our house had been broken into and all the presents under the tree stolen.

    My father reported this to the NYPD, and was told that the value of the missing goods had to be over $5,000 in order for them to do anything about it. So we just took it on the chin.

    September 15, 2022 at 7:58 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      I think you were wise to “take it on the chin” because the sentences for just about everything are so light these days. I’m not surprised you had to write off those Christmas presents. I remember reading about a man convicted of stealing an Advent calendar. What do you think HE got? That’s right, 25 days… 😀

      September 15, 2022 at 8:08 pm
  • Josephine

    That is some video of what is going on in America. It’s unbelievable. How on earth can the local politicians get away with actually encouraging serious crime, because that is what they are doing!

    As for Glasgow – well, it’s been like that since Adam was a boy. It’s a very dangerous city, to this day. I found this article about how high the murder rate was in Glasgow at the time the article was written (2012) but what I don’t like about it is the way it speaks of “white” (city) and “whiteness” – then covers black crime. Why they have to make everything about race, is beyond me. A person is just as dead, whether they’re white or black.

    September 15, 2022 at 11:04 pm
  • Lily

    I agree about the Tucker video – what a state America is in. It’s hard to believe, it really is.

    I don’t think we’re quite there yet – Bridgeton has always been a rough neighbourhood, so what is going on there is not too surprising. It’s when the police give up on a place and let the crooks run riot, that’s when to worry, IMHO.

    September 16, 2022 at 10:23 am
  • westminsterfly

    It’s certainly the new normal in England as well – especially where I live. I’ve never felt unsafe before, but as I get older, I am beginning to feel ill at ease on occasions. My home is done up like Fort Knox – burglar alarms etc. Why make it easy for them. A teenager was killed outside my flat late last year and this hit the national news. There was another murder over a decade ago, just round the corner. All linked to a local college, which is a den of iniquity. No self-respecting local person would send their children there, so they have to recruit from Inner London. As a result, the recruitment of ethnic minority students / problem people is much higher. Apart from the murders, we regularly get all the usual crimes:- drugs, knifings, robbery, attacks, burglaries, etc.

    September 16, 2022 at 11:32 am
    • Josephine


      Two police officers stabbed where you live (I presume from your username, London) today – it’s incredible but I firmly believe it’s the lack of any real punishment that emboldens these violent people. Even without faith in God, some meaningful deterrent in this life would help cut down these dreadful crimes, IMHO.

      September 16, 2022 at 12:31 pm
      • westminsterfly

        I don’t live in Inner London, but in one of the suburbs of London, which is generally considered to be one of the better ones. God knows why. I remember being abroad years ago and telling someone where I lived, and he said “Oh! I’ll have to watch my p’s and q’s then!” I replied that he’d obviously never visited there. It has a reputation for being something it definitely isn’t. I’d say in terms of crime and disorder it’s only slightly below the national average – very slightly. The police round here (if you can find one) are worse than useless. It’s the same old, same old. If I made a Twitter comment about ‘transexuals’ I’d have the SAS bashing down my door. If I was burgled or attacked, the police would all be ‘too busy’ to attend and I’d have to fill in an online form to get a ‘crime number’ for insurance purposes. Honestly, I couldn’t rate our police lowly enough, they are truly and utterly abysmal and couldn’t care less. They’re not police in the real sense anyway, they’re third-rate social workers. I know that four generations of my family have been born and bred here (possibly more than four generations). I’m happy to say I will be the last one. As soon as circumstances allow, I’m out of here.

        September 16, 2022 at 5:52 pm
  • Nicky

    I was searching for something to read to connect violence with godlessness and the first thing to come up was an excellent article about the USA mass shootings. I copied this bit and I’ll add the link – it’s worth reading, IMO:-

    “While guns enable mass shootings, they do not promote them. The initial cause of a mass shooting, the motivator, is the separation of a person from their sense of morality, allowing them to harm others without any regard for the consequences of their action. Ultimately, the substantial increase in mass shooting tragedies is caused by the corrosion of morality at the hands of a declining American culture. This decline is most evident in the developing trend of fading religious influence on society. There is a strong correlation between the loss of religion in the United States and increased mass shootings.”

    It makes perfect sense to me. A truly believing Christian could own 10 guns and never dream of killing anyone (I wonder if RCA Victor owns a gun? That would prove my point!) but that’s not true of someone who is “separated from their sense of morality”.

    Also, if you don’t think you will be held accountable by God in the next life, and you might either get away with criminal behaviour or get off lightly, there’s no reason to act morally. It’s really clear to me that the rise in crime and the loss of God are connected, very strongly.

    September 16, 2022 at 12:02 pm
    • RCAVictor


      I don’t own a gun because I’d probably shoot myself in the foot with it (say nothing, Editor!)….

      As for mass shootings, there is a close correlation between mass shooters and anti-depressants. For example:


      September 16, 2022 at 10:09 pm
      • editor

        RCA Victor,

        “I don’t own a gun because I’d probably shoot myself in the foot with it…”

        Well, at least that would stop you putting your foot in your mouth, perhaps, maybe 😀

        September 16, 2022 at 10:18 pm
  • editor

    To cheer us up – gives us hope for the future – check out this video (36 secs) – beautiful!

    September 16, 2022 at 1:43 pm
    • Laura

      Adorable! I LOVE that baby!

      September 16, 2022 at 3:47 pm
  • editor

    I’d no sooner posted the above video of the lovely baby (to give us all hope) than I was alerted to the jail sentence handed down to the video-commentator Alex Belfield for “stalking” various celebrities, e.g. Jeremy Vine – I think we’d call it “trolling”.

    Below, YouTuber Anna Brees comments.


    Note: “The judge told Belfield that while not “traditional stalking”, his “methods were just as effective a way of intimidating victims and in many ways much harder to deal with”.

    Well, if it’s not “traditional stalking”, why did he get a “traditional sentence”. I wonder if everyone convicted of “stalking” is jailed? My off the cuff guess? Nope.

    For the record – I’m no fan of Alex Belfield. His bad language, for one thing, is totally off-putting but since we’re told that serious criminals get light sentences not least due to the fact that the prisons are overflowing, is his “crime” or “crimes” really serious enough to warrant prison?

    Or is there another purpose to this sentence? A message to online commentators, perhaps?

    September 16, 2022 at 1:54 pm
    • Laura


      five years does seem a lot for what amounts to trolling, but I think he seems to have had a very bad effect on his victims. Here’s one who says he was too scared to sue Belfield.

      September 16, 2022 at 3:43 pm
      • Faith of Our Fathers

        Wait a minute pal i dont know who you are or what you do but i do know that Belfields Home was raided by Police 5 times in the last year. Each time they removed any and all P,C Equipment that was never returned. I know what its liked to be personally stalked and threatened and also online. You my friend where or still are a stand up comedian .
        Bernard Manning probably took more stick from an audience in one night than you took in your whole life. Being in the Media flak comes with the Job and if you cant stand the Heat get out of the Kitchen. Their are now to many Pansies whos feelings are hurt when people just even criticise them. Start crying when Drug Dealers come to your door threatening to kill you. Also and al finish with this. Had i £1 for every time i was called a Fenian closely followed by Bstard ad be a wealthy Man . And that was to my face, give us a break .Sure on my first day aged 15 as an Apprentice i was told to give up the Job because in the Ignoramous Tradesman sick mind i was a useless Taig. Go and [grow up].

        September 16, 2022 at 9:27 pm
  • Laura

    I’ve now found this video of a Professor Tim Wilson who is no fan of Belfield, even became one of his targets for a bit and received an apology but he questions the sentence. One person in the comments says he knows a person convicted of rape who got four and a half years. I think the general feeling is that the real crimes are not punished but this is a significant blow to freedom of speech online. I’m finding it difficult to know what to think.

    September 16, 2022 at 4:01 pm
  • RCAVictor September 16, 2022 at 4:43 pm
    • editor

      RCA Victor,

      Thank you for posting that news – at last, some backbone to reassure us.

      Mind you, I seem to remember an entire police force resigning in your neck of the woods at one point, but it’s not stopped the mayhem and attacks of all kinds of the police. Sadly.

      September 16, 2022 at 7:06 pm
    • westminsterfly

      Thanks for that RCA Victor. I hope that the UK cops will carry out their threat, and then when ‘friends of the BLM’ go on one of their rampages, and somebody gets maimed, or killed by one of them, the public and the judiciary have only got themselves to blame. The police are useless because we’ve made them useless – toothless social workers. It’s time we stood behind them against lawless criminals and stopped pandering to the likes of BLM. And by the way, as the report states, “Chris Kaba, a so-called drill rapper previously imprisoned for firearms offences, is said to have been killed by a single gunshot during a car chase with police. Eyewitnesses have alleged that, after he was blocked in by two marked police cars, Mr Kaba attempted to ram through his captors.” Does that sound like the behaviour of an innocent person? But, of course, because he is black, he must, according to politically correct diktats, be innocent and a victim of police brutality.
      Other countries are now turning their backs on the liberalism which has allowed ethnic minority groups to wreak havoc in our societies: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11221319/A-shootout-playground-migrant-gangs-reveals-Sweden-turning-liberalism.html

      September 17, 2022 at 10:38 am
  • Faith of Our Fathers

    Alex Bellfield getting that sentence is totally disgusting . Lets face it He received that sentence based on the fact he attacked the Rotten to the core Masonic Loyalist BBC and others in the rotten M.S.M. That sentence is the Masonic Loyalist establishment saying dont mess with us. Dont forget the now Sulphur Ridden Billy Gates gave the Rotten BBC over $30Million last year. I BTW am no fan of Bellfield but He certainly did not deserve that sentence for saying the BBC is Rotten . They make that perfectly clear themselves .

    September 16, 2022 at 8:18 pm
  • Margaret Mary

    Tucker Carlson’s report is utterly shocking. How bizarre that the organs of government are being used to legalise crime!

    I think we’re not at that stage yet in Scotland or the UK, but I can see it coming, unless we do see a return to putting God in his rightful place at the head of the nation and stop making laws which are an affront to his law.

    September 17, 2022 at 1:32 pm

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