So in England hundreds of kids go on a rampage, in Greece they burn banks and in Egypt and Israel they camp out in tents with the Israeli demonstrators upping the ante with a guillotine for all to see on the Rothschild boulevard but in Germany the financial fortress of Europe the citizens are happy and contented surely!
While British Politicians continue to insist the riots in the UK were not political there has been a strong rebuke against those claims.
Take for example the recent article I reprinted from the Guardian newspaper that puts the blame of the riots squarely on the shoulders of the openly blatant looting of the public by the economic elite.
Guardian: Pols Say Riots Weren’t Political But Looters Knew The Elite Commits Robbery In Broad Daylight
Looting with the lights on
We keep hearing England’s riots weren’t political – but looters know that their elites have been committing daylight robbery
I keep hearing comparisons between the London riots and riots in other European cities – window-smashing in Athens or car bonfires in Paris. And there are parallels, to be sure: a spark set by police violence, a generation that feels forgotten.
This is said in all seriousness. As if the massive bank bailouts never happened, followed by the defiant record bonuses. Followed by the emergency G8 and G20 meetings, when the leaders decided, collectively, not to do anything to punish the bankers for any of this, nor to do anything serious to prevent a similar crisis from happening again. Instead they would all go home to their respective countries and force sacrifices on the most vulnerable. They would do this by firing public sector workers, scapegoating teachers, closing libraries, upping tuition fees, rolling back union contracts, creating rush privatizations of public assets and decreasing pensions – mix the cocktail for where you live. And who is on television lecturing about the need to give up these “entitlements”? The bankers and hedge-fund managers, of course.
Of course London’s riots weren’t a political protest. But the people committing night-time robbery sure as hell know that their elites have been committing daytime robbery. Saqueos are contagious. The Tories are right when they say the rioting is not about the cuts. But it has a great deal to do with what those cuts represent: being cut off. Locked away in a ballooning underclass with the few escape routes previously offered – a union job, a good affordable education – being rapidly sealed off. The cuts are a message. They are saying to whole sectors of society: you are stuck where you are, much like the migrants and refugees we turn away at our increasingly fortressed borders.
Those protests have now spread to Germany and the Germans are making it absolutely clear their actions are political. In fact, they are further making it clear the are revolting against the globalist fat cats who continue to rob the middle class and poor specifically by embarking in a campaign to torch the cars of the “fat cats” all across the country.
The outbreak of the protests follow plans by France and Germany to implement a single European government to deal with the raging debt crisis, under which their would be would be imposed constitutional amendments to all nations in the EU to impose harsh austerity measures to continue to fund perpetual illegal wars and pay for more banker bailouts.