Tag: London

In America leftists accuse Tea Party of terrorism…

In London, leftists are rioting and burning down the place for a third day. The crowds are primarily all minorities, mostly black, and it’s very obvious despite the LSM’s attempt to avoid that sore subject, and the fact what’s the problem again is multiculturalism gone haywire. I guess these peasants aren’t happy with thier share of the wealth redistribution anymore.

And it doesn’t end in London. I hear crowds of black youth have been running rampant in Wisconsin, Chicago, and Philly. Welcome to the new age, I guess.

UPDATE: Heard on the news this morning that someone died last night during the riots. Will provide details when i get them.

UPDATE2: I was not alone in linking this disaster to the damage done by liberal dogma fed to the masses for decades:

If you live a normal life of absolute futility, which we can assume most of this week’s rioters do, excitement of any kind is welcome. The people who wrecked swathes of property, burned vehicles and terrorised communities have no moral compass to make them susceptible to guilt or shame. Most have no jobs to go to or exams they might pass. They know no family role models, for most live in homes in which the father is unemployed, or from which he has decamped.

Nobody has ever dared suggest to them that they need feel any allegiance to anything, least of all Britain or their community. They do not watch royal weddings or notice Test matches or take pride in being Londoners or Scousers or Brummies. Not only do they know nothing of Britain’s past, they care nothing for its present. They have their being only in video games and street-fights, casual drug use and crime, sometimes petty, sometimes serious. The notions of doing a nine-to-five job, marrying and sticking with a wife and kids, taking up DIY or learning to read properly, are beyond their imaginations.

Multiculturalism and the liberal belief every choice or belief is fine and shouldn’t be judged, that there is not a better set of moral standards in one group compared to another, and that there is no distinction between what used to be considered dysfunctional at best and today passes for normal, have given us these people. We shouldn’t act surprised or shy away from saying how they came to be.