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I've been to London many times the past 10 years. Nice place to visit. Lots of history. Hyde Park is beautiful, huge, like Central Park but more square shaped. Not a bad town in many ways.
It HAS become a major "melting pot" of Asians -- Pakistanis, Indians, Chinese, others, plus a healthy percentage of African/Caribbean ex-pats (members of the "British Commonwealth" coming to get theirs). So there is the kind of friction that mixing cultures together often breeds. Hadn't noticed that much violence, I must say.
"All that is required for evil to triumph is for good to do nothing."