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Black communities in London

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In Sheperds Bush at the mo

And of course there is a large Carribean contingent round this area

Made me wonder

Apart from the non bait places where is the next decent community for black ppl gonna be?

Like I'm talking respectable community like those in America, where are the young Africans setting up camp these days and why?

Where are your friends?

Another property inspired thread brought to you by CP

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CP trying to mingle with the urban blacks so he can pass the name of a future place to gentrify to the white masters 

 

you make me sick you dog

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Redbridge, Woodford, Surrey Quays, Finchley,  Barnet, 

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Zone 4 & beyond

 

if you exclude anywhere the A10/A1010 passes through then maybe

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Lol @ surry quays, nah, south bermondsey down the road, nah.

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I don't like to judge people or to come across snobby, but that comment just reveals the type of people you associate yourself with. I am sure CP wants to be associated with black people within a certain pay grade and the black community in surrey quays is successful and expanding. Where young single mums is a rarity not the norm.

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Lol @ surry quays, nah, south bermondsey down the road, nah.

Looool trust.

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this forum is to obsessed with race its sad to see let go peeps were all human beings white black brown or yellow

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this forum is to obsessed with race its sad to see let go peeps were all human beings white black brown or yellow

 

I'll let go when other ethnicities let go.

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Its important to acknowledge prejudice in order to move towards removing it.

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the thing is you lot (black ppl) just keep talking about it

since the 70s there hasnt been any real activism

I will confirm that all the white professionals I know are racist to some degree

so what will you do now?

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its just a little bit to much though every other topic black this black that just tone it down a bit

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Lol @ surry quays, nah, south bermondsey down the road, nah.

Looool trust.

surrey quays , cutty sark very nice areas 

 

loads of new builds in cutty sark 

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cutty sark isnt an area, you have once again proved yourself to look like a fool John Doe, stop posting on your real alias, the made up ones are more intelligent

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areas and communities are a bit different / msg declined

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did you forgot to change accounts m8?

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Honestly?

As individuals, as families, we need to get our shit sorted first than slowly expand & think about communities in a wider sense.

But you've got to bear in mind, it IS London. It's already a multicultural city becoming increasingly gentrified. I say it's for us to reclaim areas such as Brixton, etc.

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yeah lmao at brickie, was there earlier in the year, full of hipsters

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areas and communities are a bit different / msg declined

 

there is a black community in surrey quays which is expanding. I don't understand where you are coming with the area/community talk because London as a whole is a very diverse place when it comes to homes/areas. You can have houses worth million and then turn a corner you housing estates where we are likely to find your peers.

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keep firing those blank shots all you wish, there are a sprinkling of black people in decent houses around canada water that does not make it a black community, not many self owned businesses there or even a solid base to mobilize from

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Let me tell you something pal, there's no wear that's decent that has plenty blacks. Including Shephards Bush

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keep firing those blank shots all you wish, there are a sprinkling of black people in decent houses around canada water that does not make it a black community, not many self owned businesses there or even a solid base to mobilize from

 

 

Yeah because you know what is going on within the black community, yeah I remember seeing you sitting in between damon buffini and jonathan mildenhall giving out of advice to the black people in the meeting about sustaining success. Like I said do some actual research instead of making sweeping statements about self owned black businesses just because there are not many hair dressers or african and west indian take aways. Black people are more than that, and if you done some actual research you will find that black people are moving forwards and upwards. 

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we had a similar meeting in wood greem at the kori center so is this a competition on where black people can sit and reinvent the wheel now, no, so goodnight

 

have a neg on me

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Yeah carry on with your slave mentality just because black people are not are not at the forefront hospitality services means black people do not do nothing. I can see where Kaygee was coming from when she was talking to me about you and your mentality. 

 

 

Katie Hopkins is talking about you in this vid

 

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