This was our second home in Liverpool, in the UK. We were here for several years and in that time our home was constantly attacked- sometimes several times a week. We were viciously assaulted and suffered terribly in the hands of the Liverpool racists. There was no escape- even our neighbour’s would attack us.
There was no respite. I and my brothers would take turns of peace on the night watch at the bay window (pictured bottom of page)- waiting for the attacks to begin. We had a long string running down the stairs to a bunch of keys- when the gangs came, whoever was on that watch would pull and the keys would drop to the floor alerting the rest of our family to take cover- our hearts would pound as we waiting for the sound of breaking glass as all the windows came in- the house would be attacked with bricks and bottles and our only defense was to throw whatever we had from the bedroom window at them in the street below- they would come armed with bottles, bricks and whatever else they could manage. Sometimes there would only be two of them but on many occasions they would come in force in a mob of as many as twenty or thirty, both young and old.
My father would barricade the front door to stop them coming into our home. Calling the Police was futile- they would hardly ever attend and when they did they would threaten to arrest my father because he would lose his temper and shout at the Police for doing nothing.
I and my family lived in Liverpool in the UK for over forty years and in that time we were subjected to the worse violent racism you can imagine.
Now for the first time I am breaking the silence to tell you what really happened and how a militant City allowed this horror to continue- the Police were powerless.
Racism is not over in Liverpool by far. It is by my testimony the most violent racist city in the world and should never have been awarded the Capital of Culture. Liverpool opposes the culture of any non- white person.
With over forty years experience of this daily fight for survival I am releasing my new book- over three hundred pages of the most violent racist horror. Most people today refer to racism as “words of hate”. This book goes far beyond words to a place that only holds darkness, pain, torment and suffering………….