“ANARCHISTS” IN LONDON

Did you see what was going on in London over the weekend? There were demonstrations and quite a few riots in the streets. The people who participated in these riots were, for the most part, young, and they called themselves “anarchists.” A few of them — a very few of them — actually had an idea of what they were protesting. For the most part, this was simply a bunch of young people rioting in demonstrating because somebody gave them an excuse to do so. Many of these kids are just a few years away from being totally dependent on their mommies for their food, their shelter their clothing, and whatever other nurturing they managed to get. Many of them now look at the government as a substitute for their mommies, and their upset that the government is telling them that, for the most part the gravy train is pretty much over.

It’s also interesting to note, if you happen to see some pictures or videos of the demonstrations, the preponderance of communist and socialist flags and slogans in the crowd. Not surprising. It goes with the territory.

So these kids have their excuse to demonstrate, to put on their hoodies and their masks so they can break windows and start fires. But just what was that excuse? Well, it seems that the government of Great Britain has been spending more than it is taking in and they are now in debt to the tune of $1.4 trillion. That, of course, pales to the $14 trillion that the United States owes. Nonetheless, they’re laying off government workers in Great Britain and they’re cutting spending.

Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

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