The English Riots In Context

By Rebel Griot

Rioting and looting was not the only violent activity being carried out by Englishmen on Sunday night. Some hours before Cameron appeared on our TV screens vowing to take revenge on the risen British youth, his bomber pilots carried out a raid which slaughtered 33 Libyan children, along with 32 women and 20 men in Zlitan, a village near Tripoli. He, along with the rulers of France and the USA, are desperately trying to stave off economic collapse in the same way they always have – through the slaughter of third world people and the theft of their resources…Read More

via Countercurrents.org

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3 thoughts on “The English Riots In Context

  1. Thank you for your coverage of the riots. Your way of doing it was superb, the videos from mass media and the videos of bystanders. One told us what we were seeing – read: how to see it – and the other just showed footage. Beside each other. Now if we had just had footage from Libya going on at the same time, what a score! With the digital clock ticking off the seconds and minutes beside each.

    Can someone do this?

    I was linking to you. http://cosmopolisfilm2.blogspot.com and got a lot of hits. Alas they have died off as all this is yesterday’s entertainment.

    Thank you for all your Zizek. He keeps me sane in my own desert of the real. I am moving on my other blog http://guerrillablog2.blogspot.com where I am going for intellectual terrorism. I don’t have the courage yet to do one on that title.

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