Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

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Lord Stirling's news blog EUROPE
Is it time to send in the Army? ~ link ~ Yes it is!  Stirling    
If the rioting continues, the Prime Minister will have to consider more drastic action, such as declaring a state of emergency, imposing a curfew, even drafting in the Army. And he’ll have to do this sooner rather than later. Not only will ordinary citizens take the law into their own hands if they think the authorities can’t protect them, they’ll start leaving the cities in droves, causing huge logistical problems. There’s also the faltering recovery to take into account. Britain’s struggling retail sector will take a hit from these disturbances, and the longer they continue, the bigger that hit will be. Double dip, here we come.

Parliament: Emergency Recall as England burns - with video ~ link ~MPs will be recalled from their summer recess on Thursday in the wake of continued disorder across London and other English cities.

He interrupted his summer break to chair a meeting of the emergency Cobra committee in Downing Street.

Riot madness spreads across UK - video ~ link 

UK Riots: Government Prepares Troops, Martial Law ~ linkThis is a very important article, please take the time to read it all at the link.  It points out that the lack of strong police action is part of a plan to get support for growing the police state in the UK.  This is standard globalist MO (method of operation) using the Hegelican Dialetic (Problem-Reaction-Solution) and I see elements of it happening in the US with the black flash mobs in some cities.   Stirling   

Following numerous reports of failures on behalf of police to arrest looters or adequately respond to the riots in London that are now sweeping across the entire UK, curfews and troops on the streets are now being readied as authorities prepare to enforce martial law to quell massive civil unrest.
BBC News twice reported this morning that troops were being readied. The statement was first made by a reporter at 8:30am and then repeated by a Metropolitan Police representative who said “all options were on the table”.
U.K. Home Secretary Theresa May confirms that the government is considering “military support for the police”.
Curfews are also being discussed as authorities prepare to transform Britain into a locked down police state.

There can be little doubt that the vast majority of the rioters are products of the country’s broken society, nihilistic youths who care little about political grievances and are primarily focused with exploiting the chaos to steal as much booty as they possibly can while getting off on mindless violence. This behavior ensures the public will overwhelmingly support whatever measures are proposed to deal with them, even to the point of outright martial law.

But what has exacerbated the situation is the lackluster police response, with numerous reports from the public that police stood back and allowed looters to pillage both large department stores and private small businesses for hours on end.

During the initial riots in Tottenham on Sunday night, police were criticized for “standing back and allowing rioters to cause havoc.” This trend has continued throughout the three nights of mayhem, with eyewitnesses bewildered at how the police have obviously been ordered not to arrest looters and rioters in some instances.

UK Riots: 16,000 officers policing London's streets - with video ~ link Deputy Assistant Commissioner Stephen Kavanagh said the use of plastic bullets - never before fired to deal with riots in England - would be "considered carefully" in the event of further disorder.
Acting Commissioner Tim Godwin had earlier ruled out calling in the Army. However, the force has called in Special constables and community support officers to ensure five times the usual number of officers for a Tuesday will be on duty. Similar staffing levels will be maintained over three days. 

International Press reaction to UK riots ~ link 

Shares back up in volatile trading ~ link ~ The panic seems to have stopped but the realization that we are in a global depression has taken root.  Stirling   

The UK's FTSE 100 index ended up 1.9%, after having fallen by 5.5% at one point. France's Cac added 2%, while German's Dax finished down just 0.1%.

The main US index, the Dow Jones, was up 1.7%, while the Nasdaq had added 3%.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dear Lord Stirling,

What we can see in England now, is not a revolution of the working class, although some main stream media journalists are spreading this kind of information, probably to decry the real working class of Britain.

In my opinion, these people belong to the "Lumpenproletariat", according to Karl Marx.

Here is a definition:

"Lumpenproletariat, a collective term from Lumpenproletarian (a German word literally meaning "raggedy proletarian"), was first defined by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels in The German Ideology (1845) and later elaborated on in other works by Marx. The term was originally coined by Marx to describe that layer of the working class, unlikely to ever achieve class consciousness, lost to socially useful production, and therefore of no use in revolutionary struggle or an actual impediment to the realization of a classless society[1]

In The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Napoleon (1852), Marx refers to the lumpenproletariat as the "refuse of all classes", including "swindlers, confidence tricksters, brothel-keepers, rag-and-bone merchants, beggars, and other flotsam of society". In the Eighteenth Brumaire, Marx rhetorically describes the lumpenproletariat as a "class fraction" that constituted the political power base for Louis Bonaparte of France in 1848. In this sense, Marx argued that Bonaparte was able to place himself above the two main classes, the proletariat and bourgeoisie, by resorting to the 'lumpenproletariat' as an apparently independent base of power, while in fact advancing the material interests of the 'finance aristocracy'.

I am not a Marxist-Leninist, but I think that Marx was right there.

Yours, in Jesus Christ,

Joaquin, Germany