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Britain's most senior police officer with responsibility for public order raised the spectre of a return of the riots of the 1980s, with people who have lost their jobs, homes or savings becoming "footsoldiers" in a wave of potentially violent mass protests.
The banks, particularly those that paid large bonuses despite receiving billions of pounds of taxpayers' money, had become "viable targets", Supt Hartshorn said.
Originally posted by XXXN3O
reply to post by BarneyRubble
I think this is another example of the media and the police trying to incite riots.
The government wants rioting. It is needed to pass more laws taking more civil liberties from UK citizens.
What happens to a dog thats backed into a corner?
What happens to a dog that bites the hand that feeds it?
It gets put to sleep.