posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 04:04 PM
You want to know what killed Britian? The youth...pah no, thats only the result af older generations.
Not everyone of course, the majority of older people are fine, but the minority follow the papers ideas of the youth, then show an complete and utter
lack of respect to the youth who no longer see any point.
I was at a restraunt with a friend the other week, we ordered our meals and were then offered a side dish which we accepted, only we no longer had our
menu to see the price. The table next to us had finished with theirs though, so my friend got up to ask if he could borrow it quickly to check the
price; the man instead grabbed the menu, held it close and said 'No, I'm not finished' and as soon as my friend walked away he put the menu down
again. This was a man with a family, who was laughing throughout his meal, not a horrible man...yet he had no respect for the young person who
politely asked to borrow a menu.
I don't like that if I walk past someone on the street at night they will stare at me to make sure I'm not about to mug them...and that if I am with
a friend they might even cross the road to aovid us.
I don't like that when I walk in shops security guard will follow me around to make sure I don't steal things.
I don't like, that sections of older generations have no respect for me simply because of my age, and I can understand people who act out because of
it...no I don't mean stabbing...but the loud music at night, the getting drunk all to often. They don't care if they annoy the adults because
chances are the adult has no respect for them and expects it anyway.
Just to argue the other side anyway...
But the exact same crimes are committed by adults as well, they just arn't grouped together and reported, because then the journalists would be
dumping themselves in with the 'trouble group'. And the exact same crimes are committed across the globe; thing is Britian is such a media heavy
country it gets blown utterly out of proportion...
I was at a Green Day concert last night, I had a camera in my pocket and a £50 new greenday jacket across my chair behind me, aswell as a £10 book
sitting on top of it. I was so captivated by the show I didn't even realise the whole row and moves about 3 seats closer to the stage, I wasn't
even by my things any more, about 50 different people could've stolen it without ever being noticed, I was surrounded by youths who left those goods
right where they were in plain sight. But thats not a good seller for the papers.