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Originally posted by purplemer
you peeps do not get it, the protests started over a just cause and were peaceful. Later they spread and became violent. Look at were the protests kicked off, they are the poor areas. The areas were peeps have nothing. Little education, no job prospects, no future and in many cases constant harasment from the police.
If you mix rich and poor peeps together and you have this level of disparity in wealth this is going to happen.
They are kids,kids with little future they can see for themselves.
If you really cared you would do something about it. Become a mentor, or a youth worker. You dont know what this kids go through until you walk a mile in their shoes. Or else we can call them looters and criminals because in doing so we dont have to address these issues...
You dont have a clue... Where were you bought up
Originally posted by Flyer
reply to post by Suspiria
We had the cane when I was at school, kids were told it would be done in front of the whole school.
Not 1 person was caned because it wasnt needed. The fear and embarrassment was more than enough to keep people in check.
Now they know they can do whatever they want in schools, they ran riot in a school near me because they school said no to a snooker table! The teachers werent allowed to stop them.
Its no surprise that they act like scum when they get out into the real world.
You need to reward good behaviour but you also need to punish bad behaviour.
reply to post by RUFFREADY
You have to treat the roits like an invasion. Do whatever it takes to stop it. Send in all the kings horses and all the
The Tonypandy riots
. . . . . . the incident continued to haunt Churchill through his career. Such was the strength of feeling, that almost forty years later, when speaking in Cardiff during the General Election campaign of 1950, Churchill was forced to address the issue, stating: "When I was Home Secretary in 1910, I had a great horror and fear of having to become responsible for the military firing on a crowd of rioters and strikers. Also, I was always in sympathy with the miners
Originally posted by eletheia
reply to post by Flyer
The trouble is the 'kids' of today have TOO MANY RIGHTS !! and are not mature enough
to cope with that fact.