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Some of the contributors here seem to have lost the plot so here is a 'Letter from America'

The London riots were not caused by the death of the Mark Dugganwho from the current evidence shot at police and therefore risk his own lifeand lost. The riots were caused by liberal immigration and housing policiesthat allowed large uneducated communities to build up to ‘critical mass’ levelsin areas with low chance of them being employed in anything other than menialjobs. This however is no excuse for the riots and attacks on the police. Theactions of the past three days are anarchy and must be stamped out by whatevermeans it takes. We have moved past the point where the police should be askedto deal with the violence: it leaves them in the untenable position of havingto maintain normal order, once the riots are brought under control. It alsogives the rioters a bogus excuse to blame normal policing on their abnormal andanarchistic behavior. The answer is touse our armed forces to stamp out the violence – fear isthe only solution.

Those who argue this is the consequence of social injusticein the UK are plain wrong. This rioters are educated in our schools, treatedin our hospitals, supported by our social services, and provided with pensionsat everyone else’s expense. Being angryabout not having a job is not an excuse for anarchy, and being impoverished bya foul culture, and lack of education, is not an excuse to riot. It is,however, a reason not to employ them and that applies whether you are white orblack.

The real issue here is government policy, which has allowedan influx of uneducated, and unskilled people from Africa and the West Indies.How this happened, god alone knows, since there was never any clear benefit tothe UK. The USA learned its lesson from the days of slavery. They only grantvisas to people who bring a net benefit to the USA for fear of worsening racialproblems. Their blessing is to have Mexico on their borders. The ‘turn a blindeye’ policy on illegal immigrants here means that hard working, and generallypeaceful, Mexicans get to fill the low wages jobs. Now contrast that with thesome of the filth imported from Jamaica and Africa. It’s reached a point wherethe good amongst them have bread a critical mass of resentful and indolentyoung people who are able to connect at the touch of a cell phone. This ain’tno spring uprising. This is criminal and anarchic rioting and David Cameronneeds show leadership, and stamp out any expectation that there should be someform of compromise between the laws by which we all abide and peoples bogus complaints of injustice.They should look to their 'homelands' to understand how lucky they are.

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Some of the contributors here seem to have lost the plot so here is a 'Letter from America'

The London riots were not caused by the death of the Mark Dugganwho from the current evidence shot at police and therefore risk his own lifeand lost. The riots were caused by liberal immigration and housing policiesthat allowed large uneducated communities to build up to ‘critical mass’ levelsin areas with low chance of them being employed in anything other than menialjobs. This however is no excuse for the riots and attacks on the police. Theactions of the past three days are anarchy and must be stamped out by whatevermeans it takes. We have moved past the point where the police should be askedto deal with the violence: it leaves them in the untenable position of havingto maintain normal order, once the riots are brought under control. It alsogives the rioters a bogus excuse to blame normal policing on their abnormal andanarchistic behavior. The answer is touse our armed forces to stamp out the violence – fear isthe only solution.

Those who argue this is the consequence of social injusticein the UK are plain wrong. This rioters are educated in our schools, treatedin our hospitals, supported by our social services, and provided with pensionsat everyone else’s expense. Being angryabout not having a job is not an excuse for anarchy, and being impoverished bya foul culture, and lack of education, is not an excuse to riot. It is,however, a reason not to employ them and that applies whether you are white orblack.

The real issue here is government policy, which has allowedan influx of uneducated, and unskilled people from Africa and the West Indies.How this happened, god alone knows, since there was never any clear benefit tothe UK. The USA learned its lesson from the days of slavery. They only grantvisas to people who bring a net benefit to the USA for fear of worsening racialproblems. Their blessing is to have Mexico on their borders. The ‘turn a blindeye’ policy on illegal immigrants here means that hard working, and generallypeaceful, Mexicans get to fill the low wages jobs. Now contrast that with thesome of the filth imported from Jamaica and Africa. It’s reached a point wherethe good amongst them have bread a critical mass of resentful and indolentyoung people who are able to connect at the touch of a cell phone. This ain’tno spring uprising. This is criminal and anarchic rioting and David Cameronneeds show leadership, and stamp out any expectation that there should be someform of compromise between the laws by which we all abide and peoples bogus complaints of injustice.They should look to their 'homelands' to understand how lucky they are.

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