Take a feral home with you, today!
Emma Jones sounds like the prototype Â of the Â demented loony left. Its frightening to think that teachers like her are trusted to rob kids of their sanity in Â what was once great Britain. Gives a whole new meaning to ‘hey, teacher, leave our kids alone…’
- The Guardian SwineÂ (Part I)
Now comes the bleeding hearts:
We Â haven’t heard anything from moonbat actress Gwyneth Paltrow recently, so let’sÂ go back a few yearsÂ for an idea of what she might have to say about the collapse of civilizationÂ liberalism has wroughtÂ in the UK:
Gwyneth Paltrow on the British RiotsÂ (Moonbattery has more)
Back to Emma Jones: take a feral home with you:
It is clear to us that many young people in such situations grow up with an inherent anger, hatred, resentment and the feeling that the world is against them, coupled with a deep lack of self-esteem. These are environment-caused mental health problems on a mass scale. Even nursery-aged children can show the early signs.
If a person suffers from such lack of self respect, why would they have any respect for authority or their community? It is easy to believe that increased discipline will work, if you yourself fear exclusion.
So what should be done? Most importantly, there must be an end to ghettoisation of poorerÂ communitiesÂ and the schools within them. Living only with people who have the same problems as you breeds collective anger and mutual resentment of the better off â€“ just as living only with people who are as well off as you breeds collective underestimation of your own privilege, and mutual negative assumptions of the poor. Truly integrated schools and communities need to be developed so people can begin to understand each other. Â (More)
Believe it or not:
The Sick Man of Britain, David Cameron, took this as an opportunity to attack the EDL.
I kid you not: the supposed ultimate representative of the British public, chose to lie and attack the EDL.Â Perhaps he never Â bothered to read theirÂ Mission Statement? Â We suspect not. No sane person could say it is sick to oppose terrorism, sexism, homophobia, anti-Semitism, integration and equality.Â (GOV has more)
Â The Home Secretary Springs Into Action:
Reporter lectures witness on PC: “You’re not being stereotypical there? Â Are you sure they were black?”
Lets meet some of the needy:
“I love my daughter but she was brought up to know right from wrong.”
“we need to provide social support for them, we need to provide compassion. And the word we used controversially was love. Â These people often haven’t had a, a lack of love in their lives where they’ve had very dysfunctional families and communities that they grew up in. And it’s only by putting in place proper relationships and support for them that we’re going to change their lives.”(DANNY KRUGER)
The middle class ‘rioters’ revealed: The millionaire’s daughter, the aspiring musician and the organic chef all in the dock Â (Daily Mail)
Poverty, social exclusion, poor education – these are just some of the theories put forward to explain the recent rioting. Â Yet shockingly, among those in the dock accused of looting are a millionaire’s grammar school daughter, a ballet student and an organic chef.
A law student, university graduate, a musician and an opera steward also said to have taken part.Â They are just some of the youngsters from comfortable middle-class backgrounds who have been charged with criminality. Â Some of them were arrested at the scene, others handed themselves in after seeing their faces in photographs and on video.
Whatever the reasons for their alleged trouble-making, it is clear that their future dreams could be crushed by their moments of madness.
Here are some more:
A primary school teacherÂ pleads guilty to looting as court cases Â start Â (Mirror)
Just wondering: is he teaching Â Moonbat Math?
Gives a whole new meaning to “hey, teacher, leave our kidz alone…”-Â Alexis Bailey, 31, who earns Â£1,000 a month as a learning mentor in Stockwell, was arrested in a hi-fi store in Croydon at midnight on Monday.
He admitted burglary with intent to steal before Highbury Corner magistrates and was bailed to appear at crown court for sentence. His humiliation was complete when he left court with a newspaper covering his face and walked into a lamp post. Â Â Â Read moreÂ Â / Â Â Looter’s day job is teaching children
Looting has nothing to do with your station in life. It is cultural.Â
An aspiring ballerina was arrested after police published images of her looting two boxed flat screen TVs from a hi-fi store where Â£190,000 of damage was caused.
It gets better: meet the getaway driver from aÂ Â Â£1m home:
Balaclava. Gloves. Bandana. Could the ‘evidence’ allegedly in the car Laura Johnson was found driving be more sinister? The items, the police claim, were part of a ‘public order kit’ used to loot shops during the riots.
But this is not the most shocking aspect of the story you are about to read.
For the 19-year-old who found herself in the dock before Bexleyheath magistrates on Wednesday, flanked by uniformed security guards, charged with five counts of burglary in connection with the theft of goods from stores was perhaps the very last person you would expect to be implicated in the mayhem of the past week.
According to the prosecution, she was the getaway driver for a gang which pillaged branches of Curry’s, Comet, Halfords, and PC World as well as a BP service station in south-east London.
Getaway driver? It is a description her mother and father, sitting at the back of the court, will scarcely be able to comprehend.
The family live in a Â£1million detached converted farmhouse, with extensive grounds and a tennis court, in leafy Orpington, Kent.
Her millionaire parents, Robert and Lindsay, are successful company directors who run the direct-marketing firm Avongate.
Mr Johnson was also a director of a company that took over the Daily Sport and Sunday Sport newspapers in 2007.
No jobs, no real culture of work:
An analysis based on U.S. Census Bureau data by the Employment Policies Institute (EPI) shows thatthe average unemployment rate for teens ages 16 to 19 in the District of Columbia was 50.1 percentÂ as of June 2011.
A racial divide:
A smashing of families and the most basic social bonds:
Almost 70 percent of black children are born to single mothers.Â Those mothers are far more likely than married mothers to be poor… (Andrew Bolt)