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The London riots set yet another landmark on the questions still unanswered about the wider important issues affecting our society right now. Riots are never acceptable nor is crime, but they often can be, an unintended consequence, as the laments of the disenfranchised are largely ignored.
The UK riots August 2011 - What they won’t show you or talk about:
A lesson on free speech and such a dignified example on a “Speaker’s Corner” street of Lambeth.
Max Keiser puts it all together for us on episode 313 interviewing Ian Fraser about fraud and the protectionism for Banks. On the right, a young man puts some since into Boris Johnson after the first London riots, Aug. 2011. Clearly, “values and standards” politicians talk about often change as required.
Bill Maloney interviews local people on the ground of the UK Riots: August 2011. Youngsters interviewed: rioters or social insurrection? Can the signs of a revolution happen without disorder?
Chris Bambery & Prof. Rodney Shakespeare. August 2011, Press TV. - Why was this building allowed to burn when it was noticed in time?
“In a time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” - George Orwell
Max Keiser gives us a brief synopsis of the British national debt and GDP ratio scenarios illustrating the poor premiership headed by David Cameron.