Mar
28
2011

#rsrh Anarchy in the UK… next month?

Well, they’re having a visit from the blackshirts now* – and by ‘visit’ I mean ‘violent riots on the streets of London’ –  but the threat is apparently at elevated levels for next month’s Royal Wedding, which is going to draw a bunch of British… how did I put it, once? Ah, yes: “twentysomething unwashed creeps in balaclavas who simultaneously reek of patchouli oil and Rage Against the Machine” … like moths to a flame.  I expect that next month’s headlines over there are going to be at best outraged, and at worst fairly grim – and the amazing bit?  Great Britain’s got cameras everywhere.  They have surveillance cameras on their surveillance cameras – and probably surveillance cameras watching those.  You’d think that this kind of crypto-police state scrutiny would at least actually keep people from, you know, smashing up other people’s property… but apparently not.

Meanwhile, unintentional comedy from the police on their homegrown BUF-wannabes:

“They were using light bulbs filled with ammonia, petrol bombs and smoke flares. Any one of these can kill not just a police officer but a member of the public. These people are willing to resort to this naked violence in front of cameras. It is almost as if they have no fear of judicial process in this country.”

They don’t have any fear of the judicial process in Great Britain.  And why should they?  The only damned thing that they have to really worry about is not having a gun on them when they go on their rampages.

Moe Lane

*All the while being aided and abetted by more mainstream Leftist political parties; gee, where have we heard that before?

2 Comments

  • Metzger says:

    “You’d think that this kind of crypto-police state scrutiny would at least actually keep people from, you know, smashing up other people’s property… but apparently not”

    The problem with the British system is that all they do is watch. The legal system is broken on just about every level. Unfortunately looks like the sun truly is setting on Albion.

  • The groom should make a YouTube video and post it. In it he should say that he would appreciate it if his bride’s wedding was not marred by this sort of activity.

    In order to maintain some decorum, he would ask that all red-blooded British men should put on clothing appropriate to a wedding and attend, lining the parade route. They will forever after be permitted to style themselves as ushers (Or groomsmen, if they prefer) to his Highness. Each usher is permitted to bring with him a date. Each lady that attends with an usher will be accorded the honor of being a bridesmaid to the future Queen. Ladies who would like to be Bridesmaids should encourage their husbands, boyfriends, fathers, and/or sons to attend as Ushers.

    Then he should explain that the proper way to deal with disorder at a wedding is for the ushers (groomsmen) to take the offenders outside and explain to them that this is a solemn occasion and interruptions will not be tolerated.

    Then order the police not to intervene in the bloody beating that the “anarchists” receive. Do the British have something like the Patriot Guard Riders?

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