LONDON OLYMPIC OFFICIALS ERADICATING PROSTITUTE PROBLEM AHEAD OF GAMES
April 2 2012
London, U.K. – For two weeks this summer the world will be at relative peace and harmony. As happens every two years, the Olympics will do what no amount of politics or sanctions have been able to do in creating world peace and harmony. After that things will certainly go back to normal, but at least we will have that.
That peace will of course come from the Olympic Summer Games which will be played out across England this July and August as athletes from nearly every country in the world come together in peaceful competition. Millions of people will descend on the city and its surrounding areas, bringing with them lot of money and lot of good will, all hoping to have a great time in a great city.
Unfortunately for some seeking one of the more adult pursuits in the city, those opportunities will be limited if not eliminated altogether as officials in the city root out prostitutes from street corners and brothels in an effort to present the world with a much cleaner image of the city. Most of the prostitutes taken up in the sweeps, nearly a hundred in the five main Olympic boroughs, have either been relocated or humanly put down.
“We have seen a major increase in the clampdowns in the major boroughs in the last year. We are concerned that many of these efforts are perhaps a little overzealous and could interfere with the normal operation of these businesses,” said London Assembly member Andrew Boff. “We support the clampdown but this increased activity has happened disproportionately in the Olympic boroughs which does give us
concerns, particularly in the areas where they are being placed which will now have a disproportionate number which could cause fresh problems in those areas.”
City officials have also been working on moving out the homeless from the lead areas. Generally they are not being moved to other cities but simply disappearing.
Outlying boroughs have not reported increased numbers of prostitutes in the area. The main areas -- Newham, Tower Hamlets, Greenwich, Hackney and Waltham Forest – have all been equipped with giant prostitute traps to catch any returning workers.
“Frankly, there’s not much point making a fuss about this. Whenever cities have a major event like this happen they usually do massive sweeps like this to eradicate the rabble. I’m sure these types of people won’t be the only ones rounded up in the sweeps, it’s simply that in England no one speaks up for the homeless, or the Chavs and so no one will notice,” said Scrape TV Sports analyst Mark Marvins. “The hooker problem, though, is slightly different because people coming to the city are going to
want to clean their pipes and if they can’t find whores they will go after local girls which could result in a lot of pregnancies with foreign daddies.”
Most Olympic cities have had Olympic generations, though many such loose girls end up being shunned and not reporting the fathers.
“If officials are too aggressive there will probably be a lot more young ladies with big bellies. Possibly even more rape, which certainly wouldn’t be good either. Hopefully, at the very least, they are just moving these workers to other areas where they accessible and not eradicating them entirely. That would be very problematic, at best,” continued Marvins. “Foreign people like whores and like having lots of sex when they are away from their loved ones. I fear that this sweep will just result in other areas reaping the benefits or, like I said, rape.”
Officials are asking parents of loose girls to send them away to boarding schools for the summer.
Alexi Orton, Sports Correspondent