06/23/2019 (Sun) 23:28:56
There are some pockets of untouched populations, all of which follow a similar theme to what can be found in both England and Wales, namely financial barriers. The more affluent villages (usually made affluent by higher end farms breeding specialised cattle and so forth or have a unique tourist trait) have house prices usually around £300,000 and above which coincides with very close knit communities all of whom own decent chunks of the surrounding land, this all acts as a bulwark, at least for the most part. Up until a few years ago some of the western Scottish islands were relatively untouched, they did suffer from poor economy however the geographical isolation meant very limited access for drugs and other corrosive elements. They were mostly older people with the young flocking to the cities at around a 50% rate I think it was, give or take. It wasn't enough to maintain the smaller towns but if careful planning had been done by local councils it could of actually been made to work by simply downsizing however the SNP and Westminster at the time pushed for something different. What instead happened was a dumping of several thousand migrants in these smaller, outlying towns and villages of old Scotland which mostly consisted of older people.
I remember one particular one was Rothesay. A small island, not much work as most of the people were of an older generation but relatively peaceful, it wasn't particuarly affluent *but* it did have a community. A friend of mine had family there and recalled many a summer where he would visit his grand parents, it had poor weather but the people were content and despite being out the way they had eachother. Well, in 2015, three thousand "Syrian refugees" were dumped there. On this small island. With a small community. The results? Well it's the same tale as so many once peaceful pockets; it fell apart. It began slowly from all accounts, some discontent, some arrests for "naughty thoughts" being posted as is now the standard in these darkened isles. But as time went on, so did the poison. It began with some sporadic robberies, a violent attack once in a while but soon, mysteriously, drugs arrived in significant numbers, more than had been recorded previously. Discussions on this were scrubbed around 2017 when it came to light, mostly in comment sections now moderated to the extremes but it painted a dark yet familar picture. You see, the migrants got bored. They expected, as the semetic parasites had promised them, entertainment, a free ride. Only instead they found a small, quiet community composed mostly of the elderly wishing to live out their lives in relative peace. Thusly, these people found themselves at the mercy of these "migrants". These same migrants even got hand outs the locals had no access to, special treatment in the form of free cash lump sums, even a small "music festival" was arranged to buy these people, I joke not, new iPhones. All of this, in a community that had been three thousand people, most of whom were elderly, all of which were "easy pickings" for these deranged, incestual golems. What is Rothesay now? It's hard to say, much like any place that has had "vibrancy" inflicted upon it the story remains untold. The last I heard it had degenerated further but most of it is swept under the rug. This is sadly a tale not isolated to this community. It has happened again and will keep happening until men find their Will once more.