@daddydayrocks, I see you have edited your original post to include the Black Lives Matters movement. Can I just clarify that this incident had nothing to do with the movement. There was a small music protest earlier on in the evening which 20-30 people attended in Windrush Square and was finished by 7pm. Unfortunately, some right wingers have taken to twitter to say the trouble broke out from that to discredit the whole movement. http://www.brixtonbuzz.com/2020/06/brix ... june-2020/
The violence was from an unrelated block party / rave where a bunch of young people in the neighbourhood got together to party (completely ignoring social distancing rules) and they got completely out of hand. It should really have been shut down sooner and those trouble makers should face the law (I am not conflicting with you on that point).
However, I am not sure why you started off by saying in your now edited post that they should respect British rules or go elsewhere, when we can assume they are British people living in Brixton and then you edited your copy to say the Black Lives Movement doesn't give people the right to do what they want without being arrested - of course it doesn't.
You have taken the Black Lives Matter completely out of context and applied it to a party that got out of hand. I can only assume this is because of something you saw on social media as the main stream media has not linked this to Black Lives Matter at all.
I don't mean to attack, but it's comments like these that show why we have such a big problem in society because it sounds like you don't even know that you said something discriminatory and that is what privilege is.