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Sony's Enfield warehouse torched in London riots

Sony's Enfield warehouse torched in London riots

Rioting was widespread through London last night, spreading to Enfield, Hackney and Croydon.

Sony has confirmed that it's DADC centre in Enfield was torched and looted as part of the on-going London riots last night and that deliveries will likely be affected as a result.

DADC is a subsidiary of Sony which specialises in packaging and distribution of discs. The warehouse in Enfield housed thousands of Blu-rays, CDs and DVDs, but it is unclear yet if the damage will affect Sony's PlayStation brand too.

Many indie music labels such as Beggars Banquet and Domino are said to have kept stock at the warehouse, according to MusicWeek.

'There will likely be some impact on deliveries,' Sony spokesperson Yoko Yasukochi told Reuters.

'We cannot determine the cause of the fire or the extent of the damage yet because it's not possible to enter the building.'

Riots continued to spread across London and the rest of the UK last night, with further arrests reported in Birmingham and 'tense scenes' reported in Leeds, as well as major fires in Croydon.

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will_123 9th August 2011, 10:23 Quote
The people that do this need lined up and shot. This is ridiculous. Words cannot go on describe how stupid they are.
tom_hargreaves 9th August 2011, 10:27 Quote
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Originally Posted by will_123
The people that do this need lined up and shot. This is ridiculous. Words cannot go on describe how stupid they are.

Now that would be an irony :P

Shooting them all would help to get that new Cher Lloyd song out of the charts too. Chavs.
Parge 9th August 2011, 10:41 Quote
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Originally Posted by will_123
The people that do this need lined up and shot. This is ridiculous. Words cannot go on describe how stupid they are.

Agreed.

Except they should be necklaced (I saw it on The Shield)
XXAOSICXX 9th August 2011, 10:42 Quote
Makes me embarrassed to be British when I see this happening. I wouldn't mind so much if they had some sort of considered political motivation for their actions - but this is just opportunistic violence, criminal damage and theft for the sake of it.

Idiots.
Jack_Pepsi 9th August 2011, 11:20 Quote
These delinquents need f'ing jobs.
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Originally Posted by XXAOSICXX
I wouldn't mind so much if they had some sort of considered political motivation for their actions - but this is just opportunistic violence, criminal damage and theft for the sake of it.

My sentiments exactly.
PCBuilderSven 9th August 2011, 11:47 Quote
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Originally Posted by will_123
The people that do this need lined up and shot. This is ridiculous. Words cannot go on describe how stupid they are.

Correct. Get the army in and shoot the f**kers.
greypilgers 9th August 2011, 12:29 Quote
Just wait though - the media are obviously waiting for the first copper to lose it and crack some kid around the head with his stick. All of a sudden there'll be reports of police violence and brutality, endemic to our nation. Those poor sods in blue just can't win.
Nikumba 9th August 2011, 12:35 Quote
People complain the police are not doing their job, well if you let the police do their job without fear or repercussion then they might get somewhere.

Kimbie
enciem 9th August 2011, 12:45 Quote
Anyone wanna buy a DVD? ;)
V3ctor 9th August 2011, 12:53 Quote
I'm astonished to see so much anger in England. I watch the news and I can't believe that it's a civilized country. :/

What happened there for people to get this mad?

I think that people are just taking advantage of these riots to steal stuff and burn things down, it's free violence...

I hope that everything comes to normal soon.
dunx 9th August 2011, 12:59 Quote
What happened is that they got lazy, greedy and stupid.

And we let them, by being soft on them.

dunx
Woodspoon 9th August 2011, 13:25 Quote
saw this on the news, there was an interview with 2 bystanders who said people were stealing Wii's.
It's the least of their worries now , but I'm sure Sony loved that, people getting their product wrong, lol.
Goty 9th August 2011, 13:48 Quote
At least it was over something more serious than a hockey game.
Anneon 9th August 2011, 14:07 Quote
Two words.....National Service.

Would sort so many of everyone's problems including thiers.
Lazy_Amp 9th August 2011, 14:10 Quote
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Originally Posted by V3ctor
What happened there for people to get this mad?

So people shouldn't be mad about a conservative austerity program that is having a negative economic impact and hurting the lower class the most?

No of course, they should just take it.

The destruction of random property is disturbing, but I can only imagine in America if we had these riots, over a dozen people would have been shot by now. I have great respect for your policemen and women.
Unknownsock 9th August 2011, 14:15 Quote
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Originally Posted by Anneon
Two words.....National Service.

Would sort so many of everyone's problems including thiers.

No. No. No & No. With more No.

If i had kids and they were forced into National Service unwillingly I'd simply leave the country.
Roskoken 9th August 2011, 14:34 Quote
Pretty annoyed i missed out on some good loot :(
rayson 9th August 2011, 14:48 Quote
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Originally Posted by Anneon
Two words.....National Service.

Would sort so many of everyone's problems including thiers.

i told that to many in my class and they went mental

if i ask them what the queen is for they say it's for a laugh

and if i ask them what do feel for your your country they nothing many prefer other country
believe the labour did they let people use our taxes for benefits and when they are to work they think its like before and blame immigration for no jobs they still believe in the current economic climate the government will take care of them and can still loot taxpayers
holzj17 9th August 2011, 14:50 Quote
If I had kids and found out that they had been involved in the riots the police would either have to arrest them or me before I got my hands on them. They would wish they were doing national service after I dealt with them!!!
V3ctor 9th August 2011, 14:51 Quote
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Originally Posted by Lazy_Amp
Quote:
Originally Posted by V3ctor
What happened there for people to get this mad?

So people shouldn't be mad about a conservative austerity program that is having a negative economic impact and hurting the lower class the most?

No of course, they should just take it.

The destruction of random property is disturbing, but I can only imagine in America if we had these riots, over a dozen people would have been shot by now. I have great respect for your policemen and women.

I was really asking why they were doing this... now I know, but still, that's no excuse for what,s happening. People have died because of this.
rayson 9th August 2011, 14:51 Quote
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Originally Posted by Unknownsock
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Originally Posted by Anneon
Two words.....National Service.

Would sort so many of everyone's problems including thiers.

No. No. No & No. With more No.

If i had kids and they were forced into National Service unwillingly I'd simply leave the country.

national service just bring order and pride towards ones nation

heck they don't even teach children anything about there country in schools anymore

i bet 75% percent of British children don't know their national anthem
40 percent can't even speak proper English and then call foreigners names when when they actually use proper grammar
Dwarfer 9th August 2011, 15:00 Quote
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Originally Posted by V3ctor
I'm astonished to see so much anger in England. I watch the news and I can't believe that it's a civilized country. :/

What happened there for people to get this mad?

I think that people are just taking advantage of these riots to steal stuff and burn things down, it's free violence...

I hope that everything comes to normal soon.

Open door policy on immigration (we have no idea who enters this country)

We are no longer tough on criminals.. we give them gifts as opposed to a thump in the skull.

The prisons are like 4* hotels

We can't touch criminals due to their human rights, but the victims are treat like criminals!
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Originally Posted by greypilgers
Just wait though - the media are obviously waiting for the first copper to lose it and crack some kid around the head with his stick. All of a sudden there'll be reports of police violence and brutality, endemic to our nation. Those poor sods in blue just can't win.

It's already happened. A copper smacked a black kid over the head with his baton & he fell to the floor. Unfortunately, they didn't give him a good beating aswell!
rayson 9th August 2011, 15:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by Dwarfer
Quote:
Originally Posted by V3ctor
I'm astonished to see so much anger in England. I watch the news and I can't believe that it's a civilized country. :/

What happened there for people to get this mad?

I think that people are just taking advantage of these riots to steal stuff and burn things down, it's free violence...

I hope that everything comes to normal soon.

Open door policy on immigration (we have no idea who enters this country)

We are no longer tough on criminals.. we give them gifts as opposed to a thump in the skull.

The prisons are like 4* hotels

We can't touch criminals due to their human rights, but the victims are treat like criminals!
Quote:
Originally Posted by greypilgers
Just wait though - the media are obviously waiting for the first copper to lose it and crack some kid around the head with his stick. All of a sudden there'll be reports of police violence and brutality, endemic to our nation. Those poor sods in blue just can't win.

It's already happened. A copper smacked a black kid over the head with his baton & he fell to the floor. Unfortunately, they didn't give him a good beating aswell!

agree with everything said here but it only the people from the european union that are allowed without checking/ needing a visa or the 22,000 limit on the immigration outside of the european union
azazel1024 9th August 2011, 15:08 Quote
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Originally Posted by Lazy_Amp
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Originally Posted by V3ctor
What happened there for people to get this mad?

So people shouldn't be mad about a conservative austerity program that is having a negative economic impact and hurting the lower class the most?

No of course, they should just take it.

The destruction of random property is disturbing, but I can only imagine in America if we had these riots, over a dozen people would have been shot by now. I have great respect for your policemen and women.

The point is that these riots aren't politically motivated. Now they may be an indirect result of the poor economic conditions, especially in some of those neighborhoods. However, it is mostly people who like to burn stuff and loot stuff, not trying to "rail against the system" or make a political statement.

It started because of a legitimate and peacful protest over the police shooting death of a person in Totenham (which so far seems to not be police overaction, as the person was armed with a handgun and opened fire on police first when they attempted to stop/question him). Then a bunch of "opportunistic" buggers (they didn't seem to be directly related to the protesters) decided it would be great to riot and steal stuff under the cover of the peaceful protest.

And you are right, if it was hear in America there would have been tear gas and probably some people shot to death by rioters and/or police. Compared to most American riots, these riots are relatively tame (sad statement on my country).
azazel1024 9th August 2011, 15:18 Quote
I'd support national service in the US as well. 9% unemployment, the heck with that. If all those people want a job, have the gov't assign them to a job (road crews, clerical work, IT work, construction, infrastructure work, tour guide, etc). Pay them a low, but not terribly unresonable salary, provide free child care (we can employ some of them as child care workers) and health care. Provide free job placement services while on gov't service as well (to get back in to the line of work they had been in) and job training.

Unemployment benifits? You get 8 weeks. Can't find a new job in that time, its gov't service or no benifits for you.

Take us back, to a degree, to FDRs programs. The days when we put millions of unemployeed to work buildings roads, bridges, dams, etc. Infrastructure in America is aging badly. Sure a lot of stuff uses machinary over people these days, but there is no reason we can use people to substitute for machinary. Most of the point is putting people back to work. Sure it costs the gov't a boat load, but it would be massive economic stimulous, huge reams more money coming in to the coffers in taxes from all of the people back to work and the major uptick in the economy and we fix things that are broken in this country.

It'll never happen. Its too socialist, but I can dream.
Tangster 9th August 2011, 15:39 Quote
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Originally Posted by azazel1024
I'd support national service in the US as well. 9% unemployment, the heck with that. If all those people want a job, have the gov't assign them to a job (road crews, clerical work, IT work, construction, infrastructure work, tour guide, etc). Pay them a low, but not terribly unresonable salary, provide free child care (we can employ some of them as child care workers) and health care. Provide free job placement services while on gov't service as well (to get back in to the line of work they had been in) and job training.

Unemployment benifits? You get 8 weeks. Can't find a new job in that time, its gov't service or no benifits for you.

Take us back, to a degree, to FDRs programs. The days when we put millions of unemployeed to work buildings roads, bridges, dams, etc. Infrastructure in America is aging badly. Sure a lot of stuff uses machinary over people these days, but there is no reason we can use people to substitute for machinary. Most of the point is putting people back to work. Sure it costs the gov't a boat load, but it would be massive economic stimulous, huge reams more money coming in to the coffers in taxes from all of the people back to work and the major uptick in the economy and we fix things that are broken in this country.

It'll never happen. Its too socialist, but I can dream.

It's a better use of government stimuli money than handing it to banks, hoping they;'ll lend it out to people as opposed to plugging up their own gaping fiances with free money.
Xir 9th August 2011, 15:55 Quote
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Originally Posted by will_123
This is ridiculous. Words cannot go on describe how stupid they are.
Correct...loot first THEN burn down...:D

yes, the coat...I know
SPNKR 9th August 2011, 16:10 Quote
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Originally Posted by azazel1024
I'd support national service in the US as well. 9% unemployment, the heck with that. If all those people want a job, have the gov't assign them to a job (road crews, clerical work, IT work, construction, infrastructure work, tour guide, etc). Pay them a low, but not terribly unresonable salary, provide free child care (we can employ some of them as child care workers) and health care. Provide free job placement services while on gov't service as well (to get back in to the line of work they had been in) and job training.

Unemployment benifits? You get 8 weeks. Can't find a new job in that time, its gov't service or no benifits for you.

Take us back, to a degree, to FDRs programs. The days when we put millions of unemployeed to work buildings roads, bridges, dams, etc. Infrastructure in America is aging badly. Sure a lot of stuff uses machinary over people these days, but there is no reason we can use people to substitute for machinary. Most of the point is putting people back to work. Sure it costs the gov't a boat load, but it would be massive economic stimulous, huge reams more money coming in to the coffers in taxes from all of the people back to work and the major uptick in the economy and we fix things that are broken in this country.

It'll never happen. Its too socialist, but I can dream.

Are you pooping me? The new deal didn't work, stimulus which was pretty much a new deal didn't work under Bush or Obama, and yet people still think that it will. :(

The New Deal failed horribly, nothing lifted the US out of the Great Depression except for World War II.

That's the whole problem with things these days, nobody understands simple economics, and everyone wants something for nothing. Its fine and good for lower income people to receive support, but who is going to pay for it? This is the reason that the US almost just defaulted on a what like 13 trillion dollar debt? And we're still passing more spending? Its not too hard to figure out.

London and Britain has a similar issue, both in terms of economic trouble from the same reasons, and from absolutely moronic and uninformed youth who are going to mess things up real good, and who are raging in the streets now for no reason other than to break ****.

I was watching a BBC video in which a girl who was in the riots said everything was the fault of the rich and the police. If this is the general feeling, there will be bigger problems than this coming for Britain. (Hating police is one thing, I don't like police at all and generally distrust them. Thinking that rich people are to blame for any of this is pretty ridiculous, and I'm not rich either).

Well that's my thoughts on the matter, though I will say, in response to azazel, Socialism doesn't work because eventually you run out of other people's money.
Tulatin 9th August 2011, 17:37 Quote
Man, there's a fair deal of Anarchy in the UK right now, huh?
pendragon 9th August 2011, 18:26 Quote
^^what SPNKR said .. I hope all you folks across the pond stay safe!
SexyHyde 9th August 2011, 18:26 Quote
It is politically motivated due to the economic climate. If times were better you still would have had people try to turn things bad, you always do, but if times are hard more people tend to join in with the ruffians. There have been lots of riots throughout the eurozone, ours tend to be better because we bottle things up for longer in this country. When unemployment is low riots don't happen as people have work in the morning and you need a lay in and a long soak the next day. Drunken sporting riots being the only noticable exception, but the British tend to do them abroad.
Yslen 9th August 2011, 20:36 Quote
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Originally Posted by Unknownsock
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Originally Posted by Anneon
Two words.....National Service.

Would sort so many of everyone's problems including thiers.

No. No. No & No. With more No.

If i had kids and they were forced into National Service unwillingly I'd simply leave the country.

I agree. If I'd been told I had to go join the war in Iraq/Afghanistan when I left school I'd have emigrated there and then.
greypilgers 9th August 2011, 23:59 Quote
Perhaps National Service in the traditional sense is not such a good idea. Especially to deter the kind of people looting from carrying out further looting. I kind of think that is a bit offensive to the brave soldiers who do their job for a career - they don't want to bust their nuts being the best they can be just to line up next to some skinny little scrote who's only there to learn some manners.

Perhaps what would be an idea to start off with, is a National Service of a different kind - not a military thing, but a National Service where every person carries out a service for their Nation for a period of, say, 1 year, after compulsory education. This could comprise working in the community, helping rebuild damaged areas, assisting in social projects, etc instead of teaching people to fight. Teach them to invest in their society and see what they could accomplish if they just tried. In return for that 1 year of service, they would receive a 'wage' during their term of service, and upon completion, would then be eligible for the Welfare State should they ever be in a position where they need it.

1 year isn't much, and it's doubtful whether 1 person over 1 year could refurbish a community, but imagine hundreds of thousands of young, bright, hopefuls and the potential for improvement on a year on year basis?

S'just an idea, tho'...
sp4nky 10th August 2011, 00:23 Quote
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Originally Posted by SexyHyde
It is politically motivated due to the economic climate. If times were better you still would have had people try to turn things bad, you always do, but if times are hard more people tend to join in with the ruffians. There have been lots of riots throughout the eurozone, ours tend to be better because we bottle things up for longer in this country. When unemployment is low riots don't happen as people have work in the morning and you need a lay in and a long soak the next day. Drunken sporting riots being the only noticable exception, but the British tend to do them abroad.

I think you're reading far too much into the reasoning for the riots. It's not politically motivated - the people who are taking part wouldn't know how to spell 'politically motivated' much less what it means. They're not trying to change the country, they're doing it for fun. They're doing it because they can and don't think there's a downside, don't think they'll be caught. Even if they are, it'll just be a slap on the wrist and they'll be let go.

The only people who want you to believe it's politically motivated are the ones who stand to gain political capital from standing on their soap-box and spouting rubbish about disaffection, etc. in the hope they get more votes at the next election.
dark_avenger 10th August 2011, 00:30 Quote
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Originally Posted by holzj17
If I had kids and found out that they had been involved in the riots the police would either have to arrest them or me before I got my hands on them. They would wish they were doing national service after I dealt with them!!!

+1 to this.

Where are theses peoples parents?
The lot of them need a swift boot up the a@#$!
SMIFFYDUDE 10th August 2011, 01:17 Quote
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Originally Posted by Anneon
Two words.....National Service.

Would sort so many of everyone's problems including thiers.

Kind of an insult to actual soldiers that everyone thinks all their job is good for is teaching scumbags a lesson their parents should have taught them as little children.

Also do we really want to teach mindless yobs fire and maneuver tactics. :p
LooseNeutral 10th August 2011, 03:42 Quote
this is the result of a common man made virus... Cranial-Rectumitis! Loves to infect Politicians, Religious wackos, uneducated masses, spoiled rich kids, Greedy Bankers, Wall-Street Vampirum and the list goes on and on. Almost global plague status now. what do you think the politicians are going to do when the smoke clears there? Lots of finger pointing, posturing and a new round of 1984 laws?
Lots of valid points you have here. Service to, and for, your country is a good thing. I served here in the states. A swift kick in the sack. don't think they'd be up for smashing things.Only a temporary fix though. But, Not knowing your national anthem .... where's the pressure to teach history and government anymore! Why would politicians want anyone to learn about those things... They need a stupid fearful population. sound familiar anyone?
history repeats...
Aragon Speed 10th August 2011, 06:38 Quote
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Originally Posted by dark_avenger
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Originally Posted by holzj17
If I had kids and found out that they had been involved in the riots the police would either have to arrest them or me before I got my hands on them. They would wish they were doing national service after I dealt with them!!!

+1 to this.

Where are theses peoples parents?
The lot of them need a swift boot up the a@#$!

And if they do, they get sent to prison for child abuse. Nice system eh?
Anneon 10th August 2011, 07:40 Quote
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Originally Posted by SMIFFYDUDE
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Kind of an insult to actual soldiers that everyone thinks all their job is good for is teaching scumbags a lesson their parents should have taught them as little children. [/QUOTE]

Tell that to the millions of conscripts that fought in two world wars. They will be happy that you accused them of insulting professional soldiers.
von_stylon 10th August 2011, 07:44 Quote
I have info that this might just be sony dumping stock for pure profit. after all it's insured and if you have a warehouse full of lines that just aren't selling then what better way to get full retail value than let it go up in smoke. I didn't hear of anything else in the surrounding area being affected :S
planetary 10th August 2011, 08:09 Quote
Drove past this yesterday on the M25, they were still putting it at at 17:15. Was mad, could see the smoke for miles.
SexyHyde 10th August 2011, 10:59 Quote
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Originally Posted by sp4nky
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Originally Posted by SexyHyde
It is politically motivated due to the economic climate. If times were better you still would have had people try to turn things bad, you always do, but if times are hard more people tend to join in with the ruffians. There have been lots of riots throughout the eurozone, ours tend to be better because we bottle things up for longer in this country. When unemployment is low riots don't happen as people have work in the morning and you need a lay in and a long soak the next day. Drunken sporting riots being the only noticable exception, but the British tend to do them abroad.

I think you're reading far too much into the reasoning for the riots. It's not politically motivated - the people who are taking part wouldn't know how to spell 'politically motivated' much less what it means. They're not trying to change the country, they're doing it for fun. They're doing it because they can and don't think there's a downside, don't think they'll be caught. Even if they are, it'll just be a slap on the wrist and they'll be let go.

The only people who want you to believe it's politically motivated are the ones who stand to gain political capital from standing on their soap-box and spouting rubbish about disaffection, etc. in the hope they get more votes at the next election.

no one is going to get my vote by saying it's politically motivated - i personally haven't heard any politicians say it either, they all seem to be condemning it outright.
"I don't necessarily mean they are thinking about it... it's self evident by their circumstance that something is messed up. They are being negatively affected by something they don't know and thus begin to rebel against whatever it is causing them harm. naturally the government is a target because the whole reason people accept giving government the ability to rule over them is for protection and security... something that is quite obviously not achieved. protection and security includes providing the necessities of life."
SMIFFYDUDE 10th August 2011, 15:09 Quote
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Originally Posted by Anneon
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Originally Posted by SMIFFYDUDE
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Kind of an insult to actual soldiers that everyone thinks all their job is good for is teaching scumbags a lesson their parents should have taught them as little children.

Tell that to the millions of conscripts that fought in two world wars. They will be happy that you accused them of insulting professional soldiers.[/QUOTE]

Where did I accuse conscripts of insulting professional soldiers with there presence? I'm saying people like you and your knee jerk reactionary ideas are insulting to the army. Why should we lumber feckless morons on the army for a year in the vain hope it will "teach them respect"? Also who is going to pay for all this? The army is already slashing soldier numbers to 90,000 by 2015 then to 82,000 by the end of the decade. National Service is not a babysitting service.
kaligura 11th August 2011, 12:37 Quote
for everyone who thinks more police and brutality is the solution: you do remember that all this began when policemen shot this duggan guy (who probably was a criminal, mind you, but did nothing wrong at that time) and then lied about it. claiming that he shot first when really the cops nearly shot themselves? oh and then they lied some more!

i cannot even begin to fear how often something like this does happen. if anythin we need to regain control of our police forces. for me, as a german, i guess you guys are pretty soft on your citizens. but that's good! you should see how we react to things like this in germany (just google Stuttgart21 protests).

more police wont solve your problems. getting rid of people like cameron and merkel and sarkozy probably would though.
Dwarfer 11th August 2011, 12:47 Quote
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Originally Posted by kaligura
more police wont solve your problems. getting rid of people like cameron and merkel and sarkozy probably would though.

+1 I couldn't agree with you more.
SexyHyde 11th August 2011, 14:47 Quote
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Originally Posted by kaligura
getting rid of people like cameron and merkel and sarkozy probably would though.

but who would people vote for? someone that says they would do things differently, but would do things exactly the same! nearly all people in this country (UK) will only vote for one of three parties (con/lab/lib) most will only vote for one of two (con/lab). people wont vote for any other party even if they share the views of the party because they think it is a wasted vote. its like people treat voting as gambling - they want to back the winner.
Xir 12th August 2011, 09:07 Quote
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Originally Posted by SPNKR
Its fine and good for lower income people to receive support, but who is going to pay for it? This is the reason that the US almost just defaulted on a what like 13 trillion dollar debt?
Nope...
look at your national debt over the past decade or so, it skyrocketed when Bush Jr. had to show daddy what a big boy he was, you were well on the way of lowering you debt after clinton.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_public_debt#Causes_of_change_in_debt
Paulg1971 12th August 2011, 17:25 Quote
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Originally Posted by greypilgers
Just wait though - the media are obviously waiting for the first copper to lose it and crack some kid around the head with his stick. All of a sudden there'll be reports of police violence and brutality, endemic to our nation. Those poor sods in blue just can't win.

It has happened in Salford, near manchester, 3 cops surround a scumbag on a bike trying to do a runner, and give him a good beating. I say good on them,people can see whats going on and if they don't want to get involved get away from the area, anyone that is still there once the police get organised are only there for trouble, so expect a beating. You can see the clip on youtube,check out police brutality(lol)
Dwarfer 12th August 2011, 17:29 Quote
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Originally Posted by Paulg1971
It has happened in Salford, near manchester, 3 cops surround a scumbag on a bike trying to do a runner, and give him a good beating. I say good on them,people can see whats going on and if they don't want to get involved get away from the area, anyone that is still there once the police get organised are only there for trouble, so expect a beating. You can see the clip on youtube,check out police brutality(lol)

Put a smile on my face watching the police dishing out so earned beatings to those little c****
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