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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Riots In The UK (2011)

Whatever the reasons for these riots (probably opportunistic 'criminality' - DA) the rhetoric still describes what people want to hear and not real action. They also constitute a diversion and misdirection from the dreadful times unleashed upon the general public. Student loans and cuts, cuts, cuts. General lawlessness and protection of the financial bonanza (for government) as a result of the 2012 Olympic farce and the taxpayer underwrites the entire cost, of course.

Deputy prime minister Clegg pontificates about consequences and 'when you're found...' and 'the knock on the door...' ('in the middle of the night?' Overtones of Nazi Germany in the Second World War and the Gestapo - DA) and... the usual pandering to the public conscience. The action may come in some form, perhaps new law to enable the police to come down heavily on 'suspected' perpetrators of violence, theft and destruction. In a pseudo police state.

Allegations of police being present, but not intervening if true suggest the 'create the situation and provide the solution' scenario. Allow the riots to happen to then gain public support for the introduction of new laws to counter insurrection: an act or instance of rising in revolt, rebellion, or resistance against civil authority or an established government.

Buildings set alight with no concern as to whether premises were occupied (just assumed to be empty - DA). The very poor and disproved connection with Mark Duggan that was supposed to spark of the beginning with the Tottenham Fires is evidence of a non-connection. The (if proved) murder of three Asian men from Birmingham is further evidence that the death of the one is justification for the murder of others.

Comments have been made about suspected rioters and (by definition) arsonists even if covered up by masks and hoods in the attempt to prevent identification will be followed up by searches at an individual's address for clothing matching CCTV evidence will not move forward unless laws are changed and a police-state is created. The 'proof' of clothing is not 'proof' of the wearer. Very simple failure for any 'successful' prosecution.

It's important to recognise the fact that trying to fix something after it has broken tends to simply result in symptoms being attended to and not the cause. Shoring up a failed system that for the minority (wealthy) is working well. Problems generally deteriorate. Any genuine desire to correct the underlying cause(s) is not necessarily so obvious and may appear to be ignored. However, permanent solutions to genuine problems do take longer. The entire issue is mixed up with opportunistic 'criminality' and genuine failure to acknowledge a future. The rich are comfortable and do not care for anything other than protecting their wealth. The perceived sub-class of 'criminal' confuses those who have little and yet are not criminals with those who just want something for nothing. Steal and destroy. This is the real problem element in society and is probably a minority within the average 'class'. The violent creature that takes all is different to the human parasite who takes many not even realising what they truly are... parasites. Take all. Pay their taxes and justify being... a parasite.

  • The human that so lusts after animal 'food' without even thinking that an animal must be slaughtered so that the human can live is typical. The 'foody' programs on TV can be quite nauseating when the presenters so enjoy cooking the products of death. The very people who are the target viewers do not feel the pain as they simply buy the 'meat' and do not have to be involved with the actual killing. Many are pet lovers yet the hypocrisy and double standards are appalling.
Destruction as caused by the arsonist in the riots can never be justified. But even here there is duplicity: the looter and the arsonist. Two very different agendas within one apparent group. The looter does not require intelligence, but the arsonist/marauder needs some sort of intelligence (not of the brain power kind - DA), but information to select the target.The tree hidden in the forest can disguise and easily misdirect attention from the true perpetrator. Essentially, the identity of the individual actually responsible may remain unknown. The gang leader will sometimes be in the background while the lieutenants go about the bidding of their bosses.

Educationally, those who did not bother at school are now paying the price of their failure to learn. They have nothing and cannot lose or get anything. No education. No work. No money and so the things that many have (cars, houses, TVs, computers, employment and regular income... the list goes on and on) are out of reach where the future may lie. Yet they know they have no future. People make mistakes and one-day wake up to the mistakes made in life and hugely regret these now accepted mistakes. It is an assumption that most people can read. Many cannot because of poor education.

It's not always those from a deprived background. What catalyses a healthy background to degenerate into the pit of obscurity? Advantage does not come with intelligence.

Who failed these people: parents, education system? Government? Peer group pressure to fail? The (transient) top dog can be the one who can learn the least. Or nothing at all and disrupt everything so no-one else can learn either. The mindset of the true loser. They move on to possibly becoming the looter of the future as they have nothing to show for their earlier (moronic) life-style. But, mistakes can be recognised by that individual. Maybe it's too late, but with the right connections life chances can still be turned around. For some it is far too late and those bereft of any kind of intelligence and unhinged for whatever reason, future is very black.

Everybody with some sort of chance in life eventually wakes up. The descent into drugs and that sort of sordid and hopeless life-style can be arrested. The upswing to 'waking up' can be something good. Condemnation can so easily be made by the unthinking comfortable individual who 'has it all'. Most have to work at their own future, even though some have a platinum-plated background.

When police cannot (or will not - DA) act when contacted by phone about known future personal attacks on people (including serious threats to young children) and property by known (to the police) violent people, then the future action by police is the rhetorically-inspired 'what people want to hear', but no action. A complaints procedure is theoretically enabled. Repeated emergency calls result in the failure for a (fast) response (if at all - DA). The right noises. Just the noises. Any suggestion of 'if you won't then I will' end with the warning of the possible prosecution of the caller if they take action themselves.

Because the police will not

When someone is seriously harmed or worse, then maybe someone will turn up. Maybe. Eventually. What people need is the demonstration of action. Having magistrates courts sitting all night is NOT evidence of action. Evidence should result in incarceration (but there are insufficient prisons - DA).

Cutting back on 'front-line' police levels by 500 officers from the Kent area alone of 2500 is a 20% downgrading of numbers. This highly 'front-page' newsworthy coverage distributes the information that the criminals want and need to hear.

2000 police officers for the whole of Kent

And then problems elsewhere (London riots etc) cause drafting in front-line (?) officers.

  • Police drafted into London from (presumably) counties near Kent ( 2500 - 2000) will boost staffing levels from 6,000 officers in London to 16,000 officers.

The chances of getting caught and prosecuted are virtually nil when numbers are so depleted from an entire county.

Everybody 'knows' this much

Unless, of course, you are 'connected'. Got the ear of someone 'influential'. Wealth and intelligence (the virtually non-existent) ALWAYS GO TOGETHER!!! All poor people (majority) are stupid and all rich people (minority) are super-intelligent. If you haven't made lots of money, then you're stupid. 'Making money' is the marker by which intelligence is assessed.

Everybody 'knows' this much

from Financial Trick - The Illusion Of A Crisis

  • The timing is to perfection. This will almost certainly be a prelude to the introduction of considerable new laws to protect London with the up-and-coming Olympic farce. Governments have choices, but the only option to choose is financial reward and growth. But growth of a population is not the growth needed or wanted. The growing population represents a growing consumer market. The equation has become unstable and has failed. The plan has gone terribly wrong. Or has it?

  • The elitist society will grow and thrive in times of unprecedented modern-day violence. But who orchestrates it? The overblown consumer population or government wanting to introduce Draconian law resulting in a very British The Patriot Act or the consequences of a The Reichstag Fire? This will continue to oppress the people by turning the screws even tighter. The Olympics are a farce since the £bns invested on behalf of the British taxpayer for the perceived enjoyment the masses for a couple of weeks in times of austerity and cuts, cuts, cuts... What it means is less out and more in. More what? Money. Money. Money. There cannot be continued growth without a growing population of consumers to pay for it. But the more people and more automation that does not require people for manufacturing consumables then - well here we are.
Set amongst all the mayhem are two items that stand out. The generosity of the mugged Malaysian victim and the outstanding and very dignified attitude of the father (Abdul Quddoos) of one of the killed Asian men. is a message of learning to all lesser (lowest - DA) human life-forms.

The section of youth that has made progress in life and looks forward to a university education/fun-time cannot escape either. The lock-in to debt should ensure the fun-time element is greatly restricted or it's going to be a long, long time living scraping by even assuming a good job results from the time spent at university. No guarantees except the knowledge of the debt . The wealthy won't have the debt so they can move ahead in life without restrictions. Good jobs do not always come from a personal application for work, but names put forward by influential 'friends'. It's an elitist future.

The entrance to tertiary education is usually by hard work. University is no different. It's not a holiday. And it's (now and forevermore) very expensive (up to £9000 a year). This will probably increase in a few years' time whatever the Label.

It's a complex mix of
both related and
non-related issues

No easy answer
No easy question