published: 2018-11-06 23:18:27
Up to 100 marauding thugs terrorised youngsters, mugging two young boys and beat up several others during a rampage last week in north Dublin suburbs which was organised on social media.
Multiple incidents occurred over a three-and-a-half hour period on Halloween night last Wednesday in Portmarnock and Malahide while young children were trick-or-treating.
When one brave young pregnant woman spotted them attacking two young boys, she came over to tell them to stop, but they turned on her. One thug shouted ‘I’ll cut the baby out of you and chop it up in front of you.’
Another yob told her ‘you’re just giving us hassle because we’re black’.
The series of terrifying incidents included:
* A boy having his jacket and phone robbed at Malahide Train Station
* Two boys being attacked and one mugged at Portmarnock Village
* Several people complaining that they had had to run after youths demanded their phones
* Another young man whose jeans and runners were stolen by gangs
* A car being surrounded by gang members near Portmarnock beach
* One boy was beat up and had his X Box controller from his backpack, as well as some money and a leap card.
* More thugs surrounded his friend, knocking him to the ground and kicking him as he lay on the ground demanding his phone.
A source told Dublin Live that gangs of youths were from Balbriggan and organised what they call a “posh-bashing” spree in Portmarnock because it doesn’t have a garda station.
Full report on Dublin Live:
Last year, 500 Balbriggan locals protested outside the Garda station over the problem of African gangs terrorising the community.
One local spoke to 98 FM about the constant terror going on:
Footage was captured of a race row in Balbriggan in 2015
FM104 had a phone show about whether it was right that vigilantes were now tacking African gangs after a spate of taxi and delivery driver robberies.
After the Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998, granting the right of Irish citizenship to anyone born on the island of Ireland, pregnant women from Africa and all over the world started flying in to claim citizenship. There were so many, the maternity hospitals begged the government to do something. In 2004, the government held a referendum on birth-right citizenship in which almost 80% voted against it. 3.3% of 10-14 year olds described themselves as African in the 2016 census.
Watch the original Dublin Video here