πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§1981 LONDON NEW CROSS FIRE πŸ‡―πŸ‡²”13 DEAD NOTHING SAID” #LESTWEFORGET πŸ₯€

On Sunday, January 18, 1981, thirteen black youths attending a birthday party in Deptford, South London was killed in an alleged racially-motivated house fire. The New Cross Fire tragedy highlighted hostility between black Britons, the police and the media.

On the night of the fire, nine black youth died. By February 9, four more black teenagers had succumbed to their fire injuries. Before the New Cross Fire, black homes and community centers were targeted and burnt down. Many black Britons believed that the National Front (NF), a fascist group, was responsible for those incidents as well as the New Cross Fire tragedy.

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  1. THANK U FOR A TRUE HISTORY OF THIS EVENT.& NOT
    GIVING US A HIS STORY,MADE UP WITH LIES AND HALF TRUTHS. HOW CAN BLACK HISTORY BE TAUGHT EXCEPT
    BY OUR ELDERS AND PEOPLE THAT REALLY DIG AND RESEARCH.BLACK HISTORY HAS BEEN WATERED DOWN & WHITEWASHED. TO FIT INTO THE WHITE SOCIETY

  2. I'm from the area originally and its common knowledge after the fire which 13 black kids died the queen has never sent her condolences to the family or expressed regret.
    There was a fire in Ireland a little while after and her majesty personally expressed her regret to the families.
    The commonwealth countries and some black people really think her majesty the queen sees them as human beings and equals, your sadly wrong in this new age of political correctness and a manufactured image for the public.
    Prince Charles campaigned for nearby moonshot community centre to be rebuilt during that era after the National Front burnt it down even though people in his own circle (senior royal family members)were trying to stop him.
    The sad thing is now sections of the black community seem to be at war with themselves. The threat of the National Front and racist gangs has been replaced with black street gangs with a much higher fatality rate for black boys and men.

  3. It's only fair …After all of the Hell and torment that my people have gone through…for the exact same things or worse to happen to these demons and their children…I pray every night for Vengeance to be upon these devils…

  4. Obadiah 1:21 And saviours shall come up on mount Zion to judge the mount of Esau; and the kingdom shall be the LORD'S.

    Obadiah 1:18 And the house of Jacob shall be a fire, and the house of Joseph a flame, and the house of Esau for stubble, and they shall kindle in them, and devour them; and there shall not be any remaining of the house of Esau; for the LORD hath spoken it.

  5. We have lived under the deception we are free. Africa has never been free with more and more murdered. Under the guise of politics. The same way nothing was said then, the same muteness and under rug sweeping is been maintained today for the so called black race.

  6. I remember the New Cross Fire well. I was 14 /15 years old. There were also riots that year in areas that have never been documented as a result either. Charles & Diana got married and that was the end of that! The queen went to Scotland for some diseaster but never, ever sent coldolences to the parents of the New Cross fire victims.

  7. And this is when the Brixton riot came in on April 11th 1981 I believe in retaliation of the New Cross deaths of the 13 young brothers and sisters that perished in the house fire! I remember it very well definitely was an racial arson attack!

    Exodus 34:7 (KJV)

    "Keeping mercy for thousands, forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin, and that will by no means clear the guilty; visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, and upon the children's children, unto the third and to the fourth generation."

    Shalawam! ✊🏽

  8. They should make this into a movie this was a very sad day for the British black community and up to this day the culprit/s have not being caught and case closed….Evil and wicked and that's why we want "SEPARATION' from people like you because the hatred is still real up to this day with lies, cover ups and racist Police and Stephen Lawrence is a prime example! "Dear LORD shield us from the hatred of these nations and protect us the 12 Tribes from the hands of our enemies." HalleluYah! Aman!! πŸ™πŸ½

    Shalom πŸ™ŒπŸ½

  9. As a white person, hearing stories like this; about what people who have the same skin colour as myself have done to others…it makes me sick to my stomach, and I feel so ashamed… there are SO many wrongs that have been done, yet this white community keeps trying to suppress the knowledge that exposes them to be devils….

  10. Oh Yah! The anger coursing through my veins. The more I grow in this truth, the more I understand that vengeance is His, yet the carnal side of me has a hard time…such a hard time. I get angry and have thoughts that I know I shouldn't have. I'm so angry, hurt, but moreso angry. I pray that TMH continues to work on me, to help me to have understanding in times I have none. The victims (those lost as well as the survivors) will forever be remembered. I'm so sorry πŸ™πŸ½ ❀️

  11. It is true to state that if the victims of the New Cross fire had been white and the perpetrator or perpetrators black, the police would have taken much more rigorous action to catch them and deliver justice for the families of the victims.

  12. My grandfather was a firefighter who fought the blaze, him and three other firefighters received medals for their bravery, but even today he’s scarred over what he saw.

  13. Today marks the 40 year anniversary, the plight for justice never ends as there needs to be an embargo on the media and the police resulting in minimum life sentences to those involved and all of those who didn't reopen the case.

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