Cameron seems to promise no action to quell the riots
Here is David Cameron’s statement outside 10 Downing Street as reported in the Daily Mail, followed by my response:
I feel huge sympathy for the families who’ve suffered, innocent people who’ve been burned out of their houses and to businesses who have seen their premises smashed, their products looted and their livelihoods potentially ruined.So, Cameron feels “huge sympathy” for those who have suffered, he “feels” for “all those who live in fear because of these appalling scenes that we’ve seen on the streets of our country” (note: they live in fear because of “appalling scenes that we’ve seen,” not because of the criminal violence committed by actual mobs of violent human beings—the word violence does not appear in his statement, nor does any concrete word denoting agency on the part of the rioters), he is “determined that justice will be done,” he will make sure that the wrongdoers are punished by the law (though he doesn’t actually call them wrongdoers, that would be too strong, he calls them “people who are responsible for this wrongdoing and criminality”), and he will “stand together” with Parliament “in condemnation of these crimes and in determination to rebuild these communities.”
In sum: he feels for the victims, he condemns the “appalling scenes,” he will seek legal punishment for the people “who are responsible for this criminality” after they are arrested, and he is determined to rebuild the damaged communities.
What’s missing from all this?
Any statement of determination to STOP the rioting.
You can’t help getting the impression that there is not a single testicle in the island of Great Britain, at least among the white population.
The man quiescently stripping off his clothing at the command of a black thug is the true symbol of Britain. They should replace the British lion with him.