Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Warnings to the Left; Warnings to the Right


To the Left:

Don't you fucking dare try to justify in any way the orgy of lawlessness we've seen.

I don't want to hear the word 'disaffected' again. The word you're looking for is 'scum'.

If you try to push your agenda on the back of this looting, you are nothing but the political wing of the looters.

To the Right:

I know you armchair generals would like to rush us into martial law. That ain't the answer.

The answer is to let the citizens arm themselves and thus defend themselves.

Ordinary citizens need to be empowered - 'The Big Society'. remember? Or are you just a bunch of gutless cowards, who want the big government to take care of you?

Authoritarianism is not the answer - the overbearing state is what's got us into this mess.

7 comments:

Angry Exile said...

Very well put.

Goodnight Vienna said...

Exactly. I don't want the police using water cannon and I don't want the army on the streets. What I want is the law-abiding to go out and buy baseball bats. Our streets, not theirs.

Trooper Thompson said...

Cheers AE.

GV - agreed. We need to learn our lessons, not the lessons the politicians will want to push on us.

Budvar said...

"What I want is the law-abiding to go out and buy baseball bats. Our streets, not theirs.".

Baseball bats? Pump action 12g more like, only an idiot brings sticks to a gunfight.

The Humble Servant said...

Agree 100%.

And this will cheer you up but after reading reports of residents in Ealing being broken into while the police did nothing (they were outnumbered so I can kind of understand) I might be coming round to the idea of gun ownership. Slowly.

But enough is enough. Fuck the softly softly approach. Attack with full force and regain control of London.

Sean Mansell said...

Well Said.

Single Acts of Tyranny said...

Yep, just legalise me a Remington 870, and a few like-minded, law abiding people protecting ourselves and our property could put an end to this without Mr Cameron feeling the need to put on his serious face. When doing the fake-concern look, he always looks like a man who is constipated and straining accordingly.