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Post  El Guapo on Wed Aug 17, 2011 9:25 am

The Coca Pop Generation


The dust has settled. The smashed windows are all boarded up or replaced. In a few weeks time it will almost be as though nothing ever happened at all. And this is precisely what those in power would ideally have us believe in the wake of quite possibly the worst rioting in British history.

David Cameron has already begun to take steps to ensure that such atrocity never ever happens again. He has pontificated, gesticulated, sympathised and promised to bring the rioters to justice. He has even brought in a so called Super Cop from New York City's finest. What our Prime Minister has not done, however, is to examine why these riots took place at all, or given adequate explanation and apology for behaving like a modern day Nero, playing his lute thousands of miles away from the safety of a quaint little Tuscan villa, as his capital city burned.

David Cameron has proven beyond any doubt that he is indeed one of the new breed of politician. Smartly dressed in a power suit, perfectly coiffered hair, and well rehearsed speeches delivered with panache and perfect timing, and a backbone as difficult to find as Lord Lucan himself. Let us not forget our leader's actions on the fateful night the riots took place. Let us not forget his reluctance to cork that newly opened bottle of '76 Chablis to return home in his country's moment of need. Let us not forget his clever strategem of electing to wait until the following morning to have an "urgent meeting," over a nice soothing cup of Earl Grey and perhaps a Jaffa Cake or two.

Do not be fooled for a moment into thinking anything has or will change anytime soon. The police force are still as woefully under manned and under equipped as before. Police Officers are still as ineptly trained to deal with such situations as they ever were. No amount of New York Super Cops drafted in are going to give us solutions because we all already know what the solutions are. We need a police force willing to take whatever action is necessary to protect the general public and we need a Prime Minister willing to give them the orders to do so. The only question that remains unanswered is why these riots happened at all.

The right wing blame a reluctance to bring the water cannons out. The left wing blame society and accuse it of letting these poor kids down. And whilst the two argue amongst themsleves the true culprits, the ruling elite, sit back and watch events unfold with a well practiced look of concern. The reasons why the riots took place are simple. They took place because we have allowed ourselves to spawn a Coco Pop generation.

A generation fed on junk food. A generation desensitised to violence. A generation taught that materialism should take precedence over philanthropy. When you show a young child that graphic depictations of violence are little more than entertainment through medium such as music, television and video games, one cannot be surprised if eventually that child begins to view said violence as entertainment. Similar hazing methods have been used by the military for centuries.

The next question that inevitably arises is whether all this is, in fact, deliberate.

The dumbing down of society is not a new concept. Conspiricy theorists will argue that this dumbing down is all part of a master plan by the ruling elite to create an army of brainless robots existing only to serve when needed. IF so, then one might reasonably argue that this Coco Pop generation is an unforeseen side effect.

There is no short term fix to the social problems we are facing. Disturbingly, there may not be any fix at all for it may already be too late. Society in general, and the way we look, live and interact with each other, needs a radical overhaul. However this can never be achieved unless we open our eyes to the media brainwashing that is taking place.

A parent cannot rely on the state to teach their child right from wrong. A parent cannot rely on the state to tell them what kind of media is suitable for their child. A parent cannot rely on the state to sit their child at a family dinner table every night and feed them something a little more nutritious than a turkey twizzler accompanied by frozen dinosaur shaped potatoes.

Every child is an empty canvas. We alone are responsible for the picture we paint on it. The sooner we realise this the sooner we usurp those in power that seek to oppress us.

And the sooner Britain becomes Great once more.

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Post  EarthsAngel on Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:40 am

An excellent well thought out piece El Cool , well done. Cool

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Post  danmaspethny on Thu Aug 18, 2011 8:52 am

Easiest thing to have done,would have been to call a curfew.Anyone on the streets after stated time.Arrested and sentenced.
Me personally,I wish they had shot a few looters.Send the message
that they would understand.
If you're carrying a flatscreen,or your arms are full of looted jeans.You might get shot.
That and make the lazy fuckers work.If you aint payed in to the system, you can't take out from the system.Once they have to actually pay for something,out of their earnings.They might respect other peoples property.

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Post  dolly on Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:21 am

I think a curfew would have been a good idea too !!
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Post  EarthsAngel on Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:34 am

danmaspethny wrote:Easiest thing to have done,would have been to call a curfew.Anyone on the streets after stated time.Arrested and sentenced.
Me personally,I wish they had shot a few looters.Send the message
that they would understand.
If you're carrying a flatscreen,or your arms are full of looted jeans.You might get shot.
That and make the lazy fuckers work.If you aint payed in to the system, you can't take out from the system.Once they have to actually pay for something,out of their earnings.They might respect other peoples property.


I agree Dan, although a curfew would be really hard to police I think.It pissed me off seeing the cops standing there doing nothing while those feral street rats walked into peoples businesses and took what they wanted. This culture of entitlement really pisses me off, like you say, if you don't put into the system, you can't take pout of it. To see that scummy chav female sewer rat telling the interviewer that they rules the streets!! Ignorant little pieces of piss! I hope if it ever licks off again, the cops will beat the shit out of them.

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Post  danmaspethny on Thu Aug 18, 2011 11:34 am

Hi ea x
curfews are not hard to enforce,You see someone out after curfew.
You round them up,simple.
After a day or two, the scum would realise that.Things have changed.The streets are no longer theirs.
You make the policy that looters will be shot on sight.And carry out that policy,Looting will stop in a heart beat.
Put cops on the ground.build prisons in the middle of nowhere,and ship the scum out to them.make them hard labor camps.
Where after a days work all they want to do is sleep.Make the prisons a place where you don't want to be.Britain is taking in plenty of immigrants.Make a deal with a country like somalia for instance.
For every refugee britain takes in.somalia must take one british criminal,Who they treat as they wish for a period of set sentence.
How many repeat offenders do you think there will be !

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Post  dolly on Fri Aug 19, 2011 3:01 am

The freakin Human rights Bill would stop prisoners going to countries where they didn't get the lastest movies and immediate medical care ( jumping waiting lists ) Mad
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Post  EarthsAngel on Fri Aug 19, 2011 5:20 am

dolly wrote:The freakin Human rights Bill would stop prisoners going to countries where they didn't get the lastest movies and immediate medical care ( jumping waiting lists ) Mad


Hi Dolly, couldn't agree more, didn't CaMoron say he was going to look into Cherie BLairs money making racket? He hasn't done one thing that he promised his voters, I doubt he will do anything about the low life scum looters, it will all quietly go away and be forgotten...until next time.

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Post  El Guapo on Fri Aug 19, 2011 7:22 am

Of course he looked into it. Good scheme she had going there...lol


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Post  El Guapo on Fri Aug 19, 2011 7:24 am

Of course he looked into it. Good scheme she had going there...lol


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Post  El Guapo on Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:11 pm

9/11/11 - The Tragedy Britain Chose Not To Remember

In 1994 almost a million Tutsi were allowed to be butchered by Hutu militia in Rwanda as the UN and the West turned a blind eye. I say butchered because that is precisely what happened. Women and children were dragged from their homes by militia and hacked to death in the streets with machetes. We even had footage of it taking place.

But we didn't intervene. We allowed it to happen. We said it was civil war and we had no business interfering in the outcome. So we switched over our television channels and we finished eating our takeaway pizzas whilst a few thousand miles away a country was drowing in the blood of innocents.

Yesterday the President of Rwanda visited Paris for the first time since 1994 in an attempt to somewhat heal understandably damaged relations. But no press coverage was given to the event. No public apologies were offered to the Rwandan people. Instead, we chose to remember the tragic loss of a mere few thousand.

I am not suggesting for a moment that the loss of life of those on 9/11 is any less tragic than the lives lost in Rwanda but I do wonder why we focus on this event so much. Compared to other global tragedies in recent years 9/11 ranks very low on the list yet every day we are reminded of that fateful day.

Is it really as a result of a true desire to honour those who perished or is it more a calculated way of keeping resentment fresh and fuelling the fire of an unlawful War on Terror that nobody wanted?

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Post  El Guapo on Mon Sep 12, 2011 6:43 pm

Cheeseburgers in Tripoli

Imagine a country totally free from debt. Imagine a country where the crime rate is amongst the lowest in the world. Imagine a country where education for all is of the highest possible standards. Imagine a country where men and women truly are treated equally and poverty is virtually non existent.

Up until only a few months ago what you are imagining is a country called Libya.

Ruled by the apparently tyrannical Colonel Gaddafi for some forty years Libya has enjoyed unparalleled levels of prosperity. A true revolutionary in every sense of the word Colonel Gaddafi ruled Libya in true revolutionary style. Abandoning ideas of capitalism and democracy Libya was instead governed by a Dictator, sometimes with an iron fist, who supported and willingly armed fellow revolutionaries across the world. Refusing to conform to Europe's blueprint of civilisation Gaddafi chose to do it his way and for many years the Libyan
population enjoyed the benefits. Gaddafi's vision was for a greater Africa, and Europe, as far as Colonel Gaddafi was concerned, could look after themselves.

Of course such a man does not sit well with modern Western ideologies of democracy and capitalism. Many methods have been employed by the West to either control
or remove this thorn in their side. Media propaganda has in turn vilified the Colonel for his part in Lockerbie and, under British Prime Minister Gordon Brown's reign, then courted his affections in the hope of securing lucrative deals for oil. In the backgroundof all of this secret service agents planned and executed several unsuccessfulassassination attempts. Once could say no stone was left unturned in the quest to keep Gaddafi on a leash. Yet nothing so far had worked...

Cue the events of February 2011. Breaking news reports tell us of a Libyan uprising. Saif al-Islam appears on state television to voice fears that Libya would fragment and be replaced by 15 Islamic fundamentalist states should the uprising not be contained and be allowed to gather momentum. He continues by announcing that a Constitutional Convention will take place on 23rd February in an attempt to placate the rebels.

At this point we should pause and consider Saif al-Islam's statements a little more carefully. 15 Islamic fundamentalist states. Islamic fundamentalism. The very same enemy President Bush declared a War on Terror upon only ten years before and which is still raging in other parts of the Middle East. One would think, logically, that upon hearing such a thing
America, and NATO, would be doing their utmost to aid Gaddafi in preventing this from happening.

Cue news reports of Gaddafi killing innocent protestors. The world gasps at the level of ruthlessness Gaddafi is prepared to employ to protect his vision of a better Africa.Over and over we are fed images of protestors being gunned down. Yet...

We are not told wh these rebels are. We are not told where these rebels come from. We are not told how the uprising began or even what the rebels are rebelling against and why. We are not told how the rebels initially armed themselves. We are not told a great many
things. But we are told, over and over, that Colonel Gaddafi is killing innocent protestors and that we must stop him.

NATO declares a no fly zone and states it will not interfere in the outcome of the War. Gaddafi, even with his airforce grounded, nevertheless begins to gain ground in quelling the uprising. NATO then, in a bizarre and inexplicable u-turn, then decides to begin arming the rebels and eventually, with the aid of NATO, the rebels recover lost territory and Gaddafi is finally
overthrown.

You can almost hear Western leaders sigh with happiness.

Libya is now a free for all. Almost every European country is sniffing around for the spoils of the war. The black gold and the Libyan people's future is being siphoned off and sold faster than it can be harvested.

Yet the Libyan people rejoice.

Libya is in turmoil. There is no working Government and the Libyan people are now firmly under the control of NATO and Western Europe.

Yet the Libyan people rejoice.

Colonel Gaddafi's vision of a united, powerful, and wealthy state of Africa is shattered. His hopes of using Libya as a blueprint for prosperity for other African nations to follow is erased.

Yet the Libyan people rejoice.

How long will it take now for Libya to become completely westernised? How long before they follow the western economic model of perpetual debt? How long will it be for us to finally see cheeseburgers being sold in Tripoli?





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Post  EarthsAngel on Sat Oct 01, 2011 4:10 am

When can we expect some more editorials El? I always look forward to reading them. Did you ever manage to sort out the Twitter button for here? Speak soon, should have some spare time next week, miss you all. xxx

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