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Originally posted by woodwardjnr
Society creates thugs, no one is born a looting thug, despite what some would like to tell you.
Originally posted by SecretFace
My finacee works for the Blue Cross and she sent me this.
London riot officer saves abandoned dog
09 Aug 2011
A dog found wandering the streets while riots raged around him was saved by a big-hearted police officer who brought him to safety at The Blue Cross.
The scared Staffordshire bull terrier, nicknamed Blaze by our staff, was discovered by the riot officer in Hackney, east London, as he finished his shift following a night of civil unrest in the capital.
He took the homeless dog to The Blue Cross Merton animal hospital at 8.30am this morning on his way home but we were unable to find any identification or microchip.
Becky Dawe, deputy head nurse at the hospital, says: “Blaze is a lovely, gentle boy and he has been pretty stressed out since he arrived.
“The riot officer who brought him in was shattered after his night shift and said that he found the dog close to where the trouble was happening in Hackney.
“This poor dog must have been terrified with everything that was going on around him and he was lucky he was found when he did.”
We have contacted the dog warden and we hope that his owners will come forward to claim him.
Originally posted by Soshh
I don't know if this has been posted before but...
Originally posted by buttafuqua
I bet a lot of you smug Englishmen would love to be gun owners right about now. Guns are the equalizer for this type of thuggery.
Originally posted by SpaceMonkeys
IMO this is allowed to happen so that they can bring in tighter rules, regulations and preparations for when the economy collapses and the real riots start. And the clever thing is, the people will demand it. But thats just me.
Originally posted by EvanB
I wonder if David Ca-moron still wants to "hug a hoody"
That phrase should haunt is very days.
Chav culture needs to be stamped out.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast urged the British government to order the police to stop their violent confrontation with the people, IRNA reported in the early hours of Tuesday.