posted on Aug, 15 2011 @ 12:42 PM
I do not condone violence or theft. But just condemning violence or theft alone is not enough or makes me any nobler than the violent or the thief.
Humans are thinking beings, not animals and thus there is always a reason for the behaviour, the root of the problem. Only by identifying the root can
we eradicate majority of problems with correct solutions.
Gangs and robberies such as those witnessed in the UK riots are not caused by impulsive actions, but by deep seated frustrations caused by the neglect
of them over the years continually by leaders of the people.
When such segment of population are left to rot, with no hope and ignored by the larger segments of society, fighting back where the opportunity
offers is the only answer, as seen by the opportunity to peacefully protest for the summary execution of a citizen in the hands of the police.
Worse, as many had posted, theft had already long occured by the elties in political and ecnomic power and yet, such people are not served justice but
are praised and elevated world wide. Thus, what are the neglected supposed to do? Be happy with the miserable few hundreds dollars in welfare payout
each month? Be happy that teachers don't give a damn to teach them in schools? Be happy that no jobs exists for them when the elite economic leaders
had fled to slave nations to make their pile? Be happy that they get discriminated and shunned like sh%T by mainstream citizens? Be happy in gangs for
that momentary pleasure of 'brotherhood' when they know they are only being used by gangleaders, but at least a moment and measure of appreciation
in their neglected life?
I can go on on on, but the point is, the Prime Minister best look in the mirror before he swings his axe at the rioters and looters, or in future, his
name will be spat upon by an enlightened generation eventually.