Are we going to see riots this summer ?

Surely we should love and like people of colour , even the racist/stupid/obnoxious ones ?
Turning the other cheek depends on how much white guilt you and the lady of the house feel. When was the last time you calibrated your give-a-fuk-ometer ?
 
The protesters are looking for an excuse. We’re meant to be on a lockdown of sorts and Notting Hill has been cancelled.
I guess then kids need a reason to go out after being grounded for 8 weeks.
 

Mrsheeny

War Hero
15 years ago my Australian mate who was over here at the time said 'In 10-20 years time the UK will be like South Africa'. Sounds like his prophecy has come true.

Candace Owens said on Youtube that the shop owners left the riot areas in America after the 60s civil rights riots and the 92 LA riots, and they'll do the same after this.

With Covid and the death of the high street, having your own shop in some area which is affected by rioting will make you want to leave, so you will, leaving a boarded up shop.


The news story of the Aussie bloke reporter, I'm genuinely surprised he came out of that alive, I'm being serious too.

What is this country coming to? Where thugs rule the streets and mob rule takes hold. I'm sick of seeing 5ft bearded soy boy policemen struggle against gangs of idiots, its time to send in the horses, tear gas and water cannons.
 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
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Sorry the pre-job interview race card has done its magic
Oh they will inundate you with support and nice words, but behind large wooden doors in big meeting rooms, where large amounts of money are being invested, the polar opposite will be said
suddenly his career will start to slow down and stall, or in the old Hollywood way, he will be lumped with a leading role in a lead balloon, a much nicer way of stabbing you in the back
and they have form for it
 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
The protesters are looking for an excuse. We’re meant to be on a lockdown of sorts and Notting Hill has been cancelled.
I guess then kids need a reason to go out after being grounded for 8 weeks.
well why dont they all go to Brighton and have a nice swim to cool off
 
With all these George Floyd protests going around the UK, I take it the lockdown is over then?
For many of those involved, it never started!
 

syrup

LE
Seeing people doing this 'take the knee' pose I can hear a voice in my head saying:

'Pay attention to me the squad, I left you in this position, we will now move onto the next stage' as a tribute it's right up there with giving a Nazi salute to sympathise with concentration camp survivors.

Plus to me it looks terribly subservient,

#I bend the knee to no man'.

They're trying to replace clap for carers with taking a knee
There are pictures of firemen outside they're station kneeling for George all though I'm not sure George ever gave a **** about UK Firemen.

Seems a bit cruel to me really if the copper hadn't taken a knee in the first place we wouldn't be here again
 
15 years ago my Australian mate who was over here at the time said 'In 10-20 years time the UK will be like South Africa'. Sounds like his prophecy has come true.

Candace Owens said on Youtube that the shop owners left the riot areas in America after the 60s civil rights riots and the 92 LA riots, and they'll do the same after this.

With Covid and the death of the high street, having your own shop in some area which is affected by rioting will make you want to leave, so you will, leaving a boarded up shop.


The news story of the Aussie bloke reporter, I'm genuinely surprised he came out of that alive, I'm being serious too.

What is this country coming to? Where thugs rule the streets and mob rule takes hold. I'm sick of seeing 5ft bearded soy boy policemen struggle against gangs of idiots, its time to send in the horses, tear gas and water cannons.

Might I suggest the 21st version...


We could swap the Americans for the riot gear Labour is trying to stop us from selling them.

 

Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
100%

Just to refresh everyone's mind, yesterday 03 June was the anniversary of the of 2017 London Bridge and Borough Market attack. 8 killed , 48 injured

RIP

ETA No black lives were taken in this terror attack

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Just to strike some balance into the conversation !
ETA No black lives were taken in this terror attack


Only by the grace of god and prompt first aid, two young black men nearly died , did you forget them then ? ( both have injuries that will stay with them for the rest of their lives)


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They rushed to confront the terrorists without thinking of their own safety and saved many more lives
read the citations for the awards, very understated according to an old friend who knows a little more about it
Nails all three of them
Left to Right

Queen’s Gallantry Medal



PC Leon McLeod, British Transport Police, for confronting armed terrorists to protect others at London Bridge on 3 June 2017.

On 3 June 2017, three terrorists carried out a sustained attack on members of the public at London Bridge and Borough Market. That evening two British Transport Police (BTP) officers, PC Wayne Marques and PC Leon McLeod, left their station at London Bridge to commence routine patrol. Almost immediately upon exiting the station, they heard screaming. They ran towards the disturbance and were told by people running away from the scene that someone had been stabbed. They found a man on the ground that had been stabbed and who was being tended to by members of the public. PC McLeod stopped to help administer first aid to the man and radioed for assistance.

He then heard PC Marques shouting and saw him waving his arms about like he was trying to break up a fight. He ran towards PC Marques and saw men holding knives. He drew his baton and shouted at the men to ‘drop it’ when they suddenly ran off. As he ran after the attackers, he saw a man and woman on the ground, both who had been injured. He went to their aid and radioed for immediate assistance, confirming further casualties. At this point, he saw PC Marques covered in blood. He radioed again that an officer was injured.

PC McLeod ran in the direction the men had gone and came across many people running towards him shouting that people had been stabbed. He was told that the men had gone up a street and he ran in the same direction where he found further casualties. He stopped to help administer emergency aid to the victims when he heard gunfire in the immediate vicinity and became aware of armed police officers on the scene. Despite the danger, he continued to help treat a victim and assisted others to carry him out of the danger zone to an ambulance. He then returned to check on PC Marques, help the injured and evacuate people out of the danger zone. PC McLeod remained on the scene until the following morning.

With little regard for his own safety, he demonstrated exemplary bravery by running into what he quickly recognised as a terrorist attack to help the many innocent people who were caught up in it. His courage in the face of adversity as one of the first police officers on the scene during this atrocity is highly commendable.




George Medal


George Medal
PC Wayne Marques, British Transport Police, for confronting armed terrorists to protect others at London Bridge.

On 3 June 2017, three terrorists carried out a sustained attack on members of the public at London Bridge, resulting in 8 people being killed and 48 injuries.

PC Wayne Marques, a British Transport Police (BTP) Officer, left his police station at London Bridge to commence a routine patrol with his fellow officer PC McLeod. Almost immediately upon exiting the station they heard screaming and saw people running down Borough High Street. They ran towards the disturbance and found a man with stab wounds being tended to by members of the public. PC Marques heard further screaming, turned and saw a man (one of the terrorists) stab two people.

PC Marques charged at the terrorist and using his baton knocked the terrorist away from the victims. He continued to overpower the terrorist, striking him with his baton a number of times. As he was overpowering the terrorist PC Marques was stabbed in the head by a second terrorist. PC Marques continued hitting out at both men in an attempt to disarm them when he saw a third terrorist running towards him. At this point, he was confronting all three terrorists while they were slashing at him with their knives.

PC Marques suffered a number of knife wounds but continued to confront the terrorists, hitting at them with his baton. PC Marques carried on swinging with his baton in an attempt to disarm the men and managed to create some distance between himself and the three terrorists. Whilst doing this he pulled PC Guenigault, who was lying on the ground, away from the further threat of injury. The terrorists then suddenly turned and ran off. At this point PC Marques felt warm liquid on his body, realised it was blood, and sat down on the ground. Others went to PC Marques’ aid at this point.

Whilst PC Marques did not know at the time the suspects were terrorists, he knew the individuals were extremely dangerous and made a conscious decision to face that danger head on in an attempt to apprehend them and prevent further injury or loss of life. He demonstrated exceptional courage and resilience. He was subjected to a sustained attack involving extreme violence and faced overwhelming odds. Although seriously injured, he continued to try to protect the public without regard for his own personal safety.





George Medal
In addition PC Charlie Guenigault of the Metropolitan Police was awarded the George Medal in relation to the same incident:

PC Charlie Guenigault, Metropolitan Police, for confronting armed terrorists to protect others at London Bridge on 3 June 2017.

On the evening of 3 June 2017, three terrorists carried out a sustained attack on members of the public in the vicinity of London Bridge and Borough Market. PC Charlie Guenigault was in the immediate vicinity. He was first alerted to the incident at approximately 21:30 when, despite being off duty, he responded to a call for assistance from a member of the public who had been stabbed in the arm. He went to assist and requested the attendance of the police and ambulance services via mobile phone. Two uniformed officers then approached the scene. He briefed them on what he knew. As he was doing this he heard a further commotion and observed what at that stage appeared to be a street brawl involving six to eight people about 10 to 15 metres away. Despite having no personal protective equipment, he ran toward the group and saw that in fact two British Transport Police (BTP) officers were being attacked and that this was a violent and dangerous situation. Both officers were experiencing a sustained attack and were fighting back using their batons. Without any thought for his own safety, PC Guenigault sprinted towards the group to assist his fellow officers. On reaching them, he ran between the two BTP officers and pushed away one of the attackers, receiving a stab wound to the back of his neck as he did so. Despite this, he forced his way further into the group, at which point it became clear to him that there were three assailants. He pushed one of the attackers away from a BTP officer. The attacker then turned on PC Guenigault and stabbed him multiple times resulting in injuries to his face, back, and hands. He collapsed to the ground and despite his injuries had the presence of mind to lay still. The attackers then fled the scene. He was assisted by members of the public and was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

PC Guenigault was off–duty when he showed exemplary action in response to this terrorist attack. He tried to protect fellow police officers and members of the public by distracting and attempting to stop the terrorists. He placed himself in danger and was aware of the possibility of serious personal injury.

Its a funny old thing skin colour, underneath we are all the same,
If these three young men are representative of the modern world, then its a fine one that I am pleased to be part off
the good old days ?
you can stick them right up yer arse
 
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Mrsheeny

War Hero
Might I suggest the 21st version...


We could swap the Americans for the riot gear Labour is trying to stop us from selling them.

I watched something on Discovery years ago with the LRAD system, Long Range Acoustic Device which narrows down sound waves like a laser beam and uses loud noises like a water cannon. That looks like they're firing microwaves at the protestors and cooking them?
 
London



Brighton



The hypocrite that attacked cummings, I hope he doesnt get a sore throat





Darwin candidates and Championship Irony awards inbound...


BAME groups hit harder by Covid-19 than white people, UK study suggests


"I CAN'T BREATHE"



"I CAN'T BREATHE"


That's the fella that was with Boris in hospital.

Lets see how many of them have a virtuous "blackout day" if they cause deaths because of their ignorance.
Tarquin's mummy might not approve
 
Might I suggest the 21st version...


We could swap the Americans for the riot gear Labour is trying to stop us from selling them.

So, the protesters of the future really will wear bacofoil-ish protective clothing? Microwaves are easy to stop, if one knows in advance of course.
 

Joker62

ADC
Book Reviewer
No mention of Africa of course, where on a daily basis, thousands of black men, women and children are slaughtered by other black men, women and children for speaking the wrong language, belonging to the wrong tribe or following the wrong Sky Pixie. But it’s whitey’s fault isn’t it? Black lives matter? Tell it to the trees.
Stop the world, I want to get off!
To be fair, we did give them guns and show them how to use them, perhaps we should've left them with the sharpened mango stone!
 

Joker62

ADC
Book Reviewer
ETA No black lives were taken in this terror attack


Only by the grace of god and prompt first aid, two young black men nearly died , did you forget them then ? ( both have injuries that will stay with them for the rest of their lives)


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They rushed to confront the terrorists without thinking of their own safety and saved many more lives
read the citations for the awards, very understated according to an old friend who knows a little more about it
Nails all three of them
Left to Right

Queen’s Gallantry Medal



PC Leon McLeod, British Transport Police, for confronting armed terrorists to protect others at London Bridge on 3 June 2017.

On 3 June 2017, three terrorists carried out a sustained attack on members of the public at London Bridge and Borough Market. That evening two British Transport Police (BTP) officers, PC Wayne Marques and PC Leon McLeod, left their station at London Bridge to commence routine patrol. Almost immediately upon exiting the station, they heard screaming. They ran towards the disturbance and were told by people running away from the scene that someone had been stabbed. They found a man on the ground that had been stabbed and who was being tended to by members of the public. PC McLeod stopped to help administer first aid to the man and radioed for assistance.

He then heard PC Marques shouting and saw him waving his arms about like he was trying to break up a fight. He ran towards PC Marques and saw men holding knives. He drew his baton and shouted at the men to ‘drop it’ when they suddenly ran off. As he ran after the attackers, he saw a man and woman on the ground, both who had been injured. He went to their aid and radioed for immediate assistance, confirming further casualties. At this point, he saw PC Marques covered in blood. He radioed again that an officer was injured.

PC McLeod ran in the direction the men had gone and came across many people running towards him shouting that people had been stabbed. He was told that the men had gone up a street and he ran in the same direction where he found further casualties. He stopped to help administer emergency aid to the victims when he heard gunfire in the immediate vicinity and became aware of armed police officers on the scene. Despite the danger, he continued to help treat a victim and assisted others to carry him out of the danger zone to an ambulance. He then returned to check on PC Marques, help the injured and evacuate people out of the danger zone. PC McLeod remained on the scene until the following morning.

With little regard for his own safety, he demonstrated exemplary bravery by running into what he quickly recognised as a terrorist attack to help the many innocent people who were caught up in it. His courage in the face of adversity as one of the first police officers on the scene during this atrocity is highly commendable.




George Medal


George Medal
PC Wayne Marques, British Transport Police, for confronting armed terrorists to protect others at London Bridge.

On 3 June 2017, three terrorists carried out a sustained attack on members of the public at London Bridge, resulting in 8 people being killed and 48 injuries.

PC Wayne Marques, a British Transport Police (BTP) Officer, left his police station at London Bridge to commence a routine patrol with his fellow officer PC McLeod. Almost immediately upon exiting the station they heard screaming and saw people running down Borough High Street. They ran towards the disturbance and found a man with stab wounds being tended to by members of the public. PC Marques heard further screaming, turned and saw a man (one of the terrorists) stab two people.

PC Marques charged at the terrorist and using his baton knocked the terrorist away from the victims. He continued to overpower the terrorist, striking him with his baton a number of times. As he was overpowering the terrorist PC Marques was stabbed in the head by a second terrorist. PC Marques continued hitting out at both men in an attempt to disarm them when he saw a third terrorist running towards him. At this point, he was confronting all three terrorists while they were slashing at him with their knives.

PC Marques suffered a number of knife wounds but continued to confront the terrorists, hitting at them with his baton. PC Marques carried on swinging with his baton in an attempt to disarm the men and managed to create some distance between himself and the three terrorists. Whilst doing this he pulled PC Guenigault, who was lying on the ground, away from the further threat of injury. The terrorists then suddenly turned and ran off. At this point PC Marques felt warm liquid on his body, realised it was blood, and sat down on the ground. Others went to PC Marques’ aid at this point.

Whilst PC Marques did not know at the time the suspects were terrorists, he knew the individuals were extremely dangerous and made a conscious decision to face that danger head on in an attempt to apprehend them and prevent further injury or loss of life. He demonstrated exceptional courage and resilience. He was subjected to a sustained attack involving extreme violence and faced overwhelming odds. Although seriously injured, he continued to try to protect the public without regard for his own personal safety.





George Medal
In addition PC Charlie Guenigault of the Metropolitan Police was awarded the George Medal in relation to the same incident:

PC Charlie Guenigault, Metropolitan Police, for confronting armed terrorists to protect others at London Bridge on 3 June 2017.

On the evening of 3 June 2017, three terrorists carried out a sustained attack on members of the public in the vicinity of London Bridge and Borough Market. PC Charlie Guenigault was in the immediate vicinity. He was first alerted to the incident at approximately 21:30 when, despite being off duty, he responded to a call for assistance from a member of the public who had been stabbed in the arm. He went to assist and requested the attendance of the police and ambulance services via mobile phone. Two uniformed officers then approached the scene. He briefed them on what he knew. As he was doing this he heard a further commotion and observed what at that stage appeared to be a street brawl involving six to eight people about 10 to 15 metres away. Despite having no personal protective equipment, he ran toward the group and saw that in fact two British Transport Police (BTP) officers were being attacked and that this was a violent and dangerous situation. Both officers were experiencing a sustained attack and were fighting back using their batons. Without any thought for his own safety, PC Guenigault sprinted towards the group to assist his fellow officers. On reaching them, he ran between the two BTP officers and pushed away one of the attackers, receiving a stab wound to the back of his neck as he did so. Despite this, he forced his way further into the group, at which point it became clear to him that there were three assailants. He pushed one of the attackers away from a BTP officer. The attacker then turned on PC Guenigault and stabbed him multiple times resulting in injuries to his face, back, and hands. He collapsed to the ground and despite his injuries had the presence of mind to lay still. The attackers then fled the scene. He was assisted by members of the public and was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

PC Guenigault was off–duty when he showed exemplary action in response to this terrorist attack. He tried to protect fellow police officers and members of the public by distracting and attempting to stop the terrorists. He placed himself in danger and was aware of the possibility of serious personal injury.

Its a funny old thing skin colour, underneath we are all the same,
If these three young men are representative of the modern world, then its a fine one that I am pleased to be part off
the good old days ?
you can stick them right up yer arse
Coppers do their job shocker!
 
Last night on LBC, Iain Dale took a call from Denise. She was initially cynical about getting her views heard and said some things that Iain objected to. However, he also agreed with a lot of what she said and decided to invite her back, not as a caller but in the studio as a co-host this evening. She seems to be doing a good job and has attracted a lot of callers who seem encouraged by her.

ETA, this was a lot more informative as there was less tension and there were more positive suggestions from callers. Iain says text and twitter responses were overwhelmingly positive about Denise and he wants her to come back again.
 
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