You know what pisses me off? Brownie points to anyone that said “Pretty much everything” in answer to that, but we’re looking for specifics here so you don’t win the cookie. Sorry. No, one of the many things that pisses me off is thuggery. Now my main problem with thuggery isn’t what you’d expect because my main problem is that I actually look like a thug.
There is a chance that I’m slightly less green than in this artist’s impression, and my hair is much cooler, but apart from that it’s pretty accurate.
That’s my problem right above this paragraph. I’m pretty fucking huge and most people take one look at me, see that and assume that I’m a thug. It’s only when I open my mouth and speak that they start to see the brain hidden in that body. At this point they usually feel blatantly guilty and will bend over backwards to help me out, a fact that has given me better treatment in some businesses than you would expect a gigantic green monster to be given, so it’s not all bad. But until those people have heard me talking or read my writing, which doesn’t always happen obviously, they think I’m a thug simply from the way I look. It makes me want to
smack the shite out of them sit them down and explain how hurtful their assumptions really are. So I’m sure you can imagine just how pissed off I am about the riots that have been happening around this country this week. For those people who aren’t continually thought of as thugs to act in such a thuggish manner, knowing full well that innocent people will get the blame if they aren’t caught or when enough time has passed that people look at these events with the dubious benefit of hindsight, really gets on my nerves.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you… The British Public.
Looters stealing from a shop where everything costs a single shiny pound coin.
To make things worse, there is no real reason beyond thuggery for them to be acting this way. Oh sure there are plenty of excuses flying around, not least the story of Mark Duggan. A bit of a toerag, Mark was carrying a loaded gun at the time police shot him to death. Despite the fact that the officers involved in that shooting never claimed that the now infamous bullet lodged in one of their radios was a result of Duggan firing on them, those who are relying on hearsay from the newspapers to get their information put two disconnected facts together and decided the police were trying to pull a fast one. The rational reply to that is this apparently, with rioters sending each other a viral message – “So if you see a brother . . . SALUTE! If you see a fed . . . SHOOT!” to fan the flames. Why they think they’re involved in an American crime drama show, which is the closest any of these little scumbags will come to meeting a federal officer, is beyond me. Perhaps it helped them to live out the fantasy of revolution that they were having. I could probably go on but it’d just be filling this article with false ideas about why these people are rioting. The fact of the matter is that most of them have never even heard of Mark Duggan and those that have are simply using his name as an excuse for their behaviour. They’re rioting because it’s too difficult for them not to riot, too much work for them to hide their true natures.
What’s the betting this guy has been incredibly vocal about the need to “Ban The Burka” in this country?
It’s not like there were riots following the unlawful shooting of Jean Charles De Menezes in 2005 after all, even when the officers involved were cleared of culpability and the police force being fined a paltry sum for endangering the public with the operation. Found by officers investigating the bus bombings in July 2005, De Menezes was shot in the head seven times. Police lied and said that he had run from them until security camera footage proved them wrong. Police lied and said that they’d identified themselves as armed police, until dozens of witnesses spoke up and said they hadn’t. Then claims were made that bomb-making equipment was found in the backpack that De Menezes was carrying, and that too was found to be a lie, fabricated to make the execution of an innocent look like a clean kill. It amazes me that so many people are willing to take to the streets over a well known gangster getting shot by police when this man was executed and the officers involved got away with it yet no-one even raised their voices. Could it be that police brutality is not the issue at all and that it is simply being used as an easy excuse by thugs who are unable to think of any other way to excuse the fact that they’re pretty low on the evolutionary scale?
Children of the revolution all shop at Amazon it seems, at least according to the 5,000% rise in bat sales.
The thugs leapt on the story of Mark Duggan as an excuse and that is all it has ever been for them. None of them are doing this for the reasons they claim except for those few who are so thuggish that trying to lie about their reasoning is beyond them. Take these girls who had no problem admitting to journalists that the booze they were drinking was looted and that they were in it for the fun.
Everyone was just on a riot, going mad like, chucking things, breaking bottles, breaking into stuff. It was good though, course it is. It’s the governments fault. Ain’t even a riot, it’s showing the police we can do what we want and now we have. It’s the rich people, people who have got businesses. That’s why all this has happened, ’cause of rich people.
These stupid little idiots don’t have clue one what they’re talking about and the only thing clear from this is that they’ve given in to mob mentality and are actually proud of themselves for it. At best, each one sees themselves as Che Guevara facing down the perceived evils of their world in so flawed a manner that you’d think they didn’t know he was executed for his actions. At worst they’re just in this to cause as much damage as they can simply for the thrills. One has to wonder how they’d feel about showing the police that they “can do what we want” if someone were to take advantage of the confusion and chaos to rape them, which is far from improbable considering the mentality on the streets at the moment.
The riots hit the town I reside in last night, but you could feel it coming long before it happened. Rumours had been flying around for a while and people were on edge. Some of the shops had closed up extremely early, while the managers of others stood in the doorways of their shops, looking out for coming trouble so they could drop the shutters quickly and protect their staff. Police officers lined the streets. The aura of fear covering the city centre was almost amazing to behold, both fuelling the rumours that the riots would be happening here and eventually becoming a self-fulfilling prophesy by empowering the sort of cowards who take part in such mob activities.
Now that’s what I call a Turkish Delight.
I think it’s pretty obvious how I feel about the sorts of scumbags who are taking part in these riots. They’re animals who need to be put down, criminals with so many crimes to their names – not least making me agree with the Daily Mail for once. They make me ashamed to be in this country. But there’s an old saying about the name of this country, steeped in the good old-fashioned family racism of a bygone age, and it goes a little something like this – “Of all the countries in Europa, only Britain is Great”. While the thugs who are taking part in these riots are making other countries see just how false that adage is, there are other people in this country who have a rather more “Furie” outlook on events. These are the ones who put the Great in Great Britain, and they outnumber those few thugs who would try to terrorise them.
Thousands of people around the country showed up to clean up the mess left behind by the thugs.
These are the people who far outnumber the thugs in this country. The extraordinary men and women who keep the country running despite being just as upset and in need of going wild as any of the thugs taking part in these riots. They aren’t rising up against an imagined enemy, they’re rising up against those who are destroying this country at the moment. They aren’t out to destroy to make their point, they’re out to clean up the mess and help where they can.
These are my kind of people, and I am proud to be counted amongst them.