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Monday, August 8, 2011

London Riots: Violence spreads to all corners of capital


Picture source: www.telegraph.co.uk

I’m posting the latest news about this incident, as there are between 500,000 to 1,000 000 South Africans permanently residing in London. One of them happens to be my eldest son.

The violence has spread from Tottenham to Enfield, north London, were about 200 youths have gone on the rampage, smashing windows on the high street, setting fire to cars and looting stores. In south London, police in Brixton came under a missile attack after they tried to stop an altercation between youths. 
More news can be viewed here.

Numerous reports have already indicated that there seems to have been a very well organised campaign over social media to add fuel to the flames. My guess is that social media (eg. Twitter, Facebook, etc.) have become the new tools of modern warfare – to provoke, instigate, and incite the masses. It is incidents like these that are bringing the world closer to martial law, one step at a time - based on the principles of Problem-Reaction-Solution.


Obviously the mindset of the Black African savage (and I’m not saying all Black Africans are savages) have been utilized to its max in the “Problem-Reaction” part of the equation. The equation needed a multiethnic, multicultural environment to function. The final “Solution” part will automatically come from the rest of the world, who will beg their governments for tighter control, and more rules of enslavement. The real solution is to build high fences between people of different cultures and nationalities, but that will never happen!



Incidentally, some videos of the incident have been removed from YouTube, as there content violated YouTube's terms of service. The following is a recent amateur video uploaded to YouTube by AlJazeera, a well-known independent broadcaster.




8 comments :

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Kry vir jule daar op die eiland. Julle het die "goed" ingelaat en nou moet julle die k@k vat....

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@Tia, do you have comms with your son and is he safe?

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Macaw

Yes he is safe, (Thanks for asking!) I spoke to him this morning. He is luckily not in northern London, but many of his mates (ex SA) are working in the catering business in the general area. Apparently it is total chaos!

Macaw said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Glad to hear he is ok. When are you off to the UK?

Tia Mysoa said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

@ Macaw

You wont believe how many people have asked me that question! I’ve travelled all over the country since March this year saying goodbye to family and friends, yet I’m still here! I met some people this weekend who thought I’d already come back… Quite embarrassing! My plans have been delayed for a number of reasons, one of them being a feeling of reluctance whether I’m doing the right thing, or not. I’m living out of boxes and suitcases at the moment. The only thing I haven’t packed yet is my PC. Still looking for a cash buyer for my car, a Renault Cleo with full service record, new tyres, just serviced, excellent condition 117000 k’s on the clock. I think when that goes it will be a one-way trip for me to the airport :-)

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Come on TIA... Stay a while longer. We need as many men with the "right" perspective and a steady hand as we can get. What is coming is coming to the whole world. It is just coming to SA first... And I would much rather be up against a bunch of unwashed jungle bunnies than the SAS.

Stick around - life is about to get INTERESTING!!!

Anonymous said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

I also say to you pommie libby's, eat kak, it's about time you get a lesson in the great plague of darkest africa. I read on Daily Maverick that a person wrote an article, guess who the majority of the plunderer's and pillager's are, wait for it, you guessed correctly, BLACK! Read it. Whoopie Doo. Prime minister is not sleeping so well tonight, also cut his vacation short, ag shame, sorry for you. I also read that racism is and has been on an all time high in the UK and they still screw us white's here in SA and go on about Appartheid, I sincerely hopy they now understand why we had appartheid, the libby,s will never ever admit it. I think much more poo is going to fly in the UK over the next few months, and the UK will never be the same again, but TIA you know that. I also have several old friends over there. I will get updates from them, soon.

Adrem said... .....Click here to refresh this blog

Sad, sad, yet another good guy is leaving and he will not be the last one.....

Yes of course, I understand - -

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