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"The only burden we should carry in life is the heavy sword by which we must behead the beast of Apathy". - Glenn Gordon
David Cameron and his cruel, heartless, draconian policies undoubtedly to blame for riots
The 1980s all over again
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As usual it is always the innocent who suffer most in violence and conflict. It was heartbreaking to see that people had lost their homes and worldly possessions at the hands of thugs. Some only had the clothes they wore, without any hope of ever getting back on their feet again. However, they can expect little sympathy from Cameron, who has proven beyond a doubt that he views the poor and vulnerable with utter contempt, while he rewards his wealthy buddies for thieving from the public, such as Centrica (British Gas) chairman Roger Carr. His honour for services to business was to axe the jobs of hundreds of Cadbury staff and to hike up fuel prices by 7% just in time for the Arctic winter to hit hard-up families struggling to pay heating bills. This is exactly the kind of thing that has provoked these disturbances. The first thing that Cameron did was to target the hardest hit victims of a recession, the poor and weak in society and cruelly used them as scapegoats.
Some of the kids rioting expressed genuine reasons for their frustrations and despair, yet we get so-called newspapers like the Daily Mail and Daily Express dangerously antagonizing them to score political points for the Nazi Coalition.
People need wake up and be prepared to face some home truths. The UK only seems to experience civil unrest and instability every time there is a Tory Government, and as we have all seen, David Cameron and George Osborn take delight in their unrelenting viciousness. Osborn clearly displayed how he thinks the people of he UK are too stupid, when he smugly blamed the bad weather for the economy over the Christmas period, and unbelievably, many bought it.
While we must sympathize completely when officers become victims of violence, over recent times we cannot fail to notice how the further encroachment of a police state has contributed to pushing people over the edge.