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Why London is burning?…Root of the Global Unrest

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Summary:The first great war of 21st century is unfolding before our eyes…..people better standup and take actions…your lives are on the line…You know the future is coming …” – Gerald Celente

You can ignore reality, but you can’t ignore the consequences of ignoring reality” Ayn Rand
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Anarchy in the UK: London is on Fire, Millions are Terrified. Flames are spreading because of too little policemen and too many rioters. “It’s absolutely horrifying.  In the past we’ve had civil disorder, I mean thirty years ago there were a very major series of riots that took place.  What is so extraordinary and perhaps even more frightening about this is there is no real political motive, there is no real cause, this is just mass criminality on a quite unimaginable scale. “There aren’t just one or two flash points, there are hundreds of flash points at which people are going out and smashing down doors, looting, setting fire to buildings and you literally, this morning, have millions of decent, law abiding Londoners who are very, very frightened indeed.  And we have a government who are mostly on holiday, who appear not to have a clue what to do.”

“London neighborhood of Tottenham exploded in anger Saturday night after a young Black man was shot to death by police” This might be the trigger that have started the riots but this is not the cause for continuing riots, widespread burnings, and spreading violence that is so shocking for the world. There are much deeper reasons for the riots in London and the continuing unrest all over the world that started from Egypt few months back. In Egypt the disturbance started after a disabled fruit vendor was beaten to death..that ultimately led to the revolution of Egypt. The disturbances are still continuing there even when people’s demands have been met by the politicians and the army several months back. The bottom-line is nothing much has changed.

It’s Economy Stupid!

Let me highlight the exact reason for the riots that are going on in London – “Economic Uncertainty Is Leading to Unprecedented Unrest”. The simple equation is – No money, no jobs = more Crime. You WILL see this happening at more and more places in the world as we slide into future. Here is the top story title at DrudgeReport today – RIOTS BREAK OUT AROUND GLOBE AMID ECONOMIC ANXIETY

The first great WAR of the 21st century has begun

Gerald Celente of Trends Journal (who has predicted several events in the past) says, United States, France, Libiya and UK have let the world into the first great war of 21st century… It is unfolding before our eyes….people better standup and take actions…your lives are on the line…

Celente always says “When people lose everything and they have nothing left to lose, they lose it.” In simple words when people do no have future left they start rioting, crime becomes widespread. Celente says “When the money stops flowing down to the man in the street, the blood starts flowing in the streets

Let me repeat a statement from my old blogs “Keep eye on unfolding storm in Europe in coming years, multiply it with 10 times to know what is coming at America….There would be a time when bringing food on the table will be more important than keeping gifts under the Christmas tree...I wish not…but who knows US citizens may be hitting the bread lines some day.” American Empire on the Verge of a Collapse?

A Reality check (the harsh economic reality)

Now let us look at today’s reports (August 09, 2011). All these are news fresh from the oven of the economic uncertainties world-over.

Briton:  “The protests have now spread to other cities, with violence reported in parts of Birmingham, Liverpool and Bristol. Great Britain and other parts of the world are experiencing unrest at a time of global economic uncertainty and stock market volatility.

Israel: Some 250,000 people took to the streets of Tel Aviv, Israel, on Saturday over the rising cost of living. Demonstrations actually began last month when a few people set up tents in an expensive part of Tel Aviv to protest rising property prices.

Spain, Greece , Portugal: All three of these European Union nations have experienced protests and rioting in reaction to government austerity programs and bad economic conditions.

The Philippines: Thousand of workers took to the streets throughout the country in May of this year to march for higher pay. They demanded better wages in light of rising inflation, including higher oil prices.

China: Nearly 1,000 cab drivers in eastern China blocked traffic and protested on Aug. 1 over rising fuel costs. It was the latest sign of discontent about the country’s surging inflation.

Syria: In another legacy from the Arab Spring, protests and riots in Syria against the rule of President Bashar al-Assad have been going on for five months. Reports say at least 1,600 people have been killed by government forces.

Read detailed report here: Economic Uncertainty Leading to Global Unrest

The sky is going to get darker as we move into the future, I wish I am wrong…but prepare you must if you are listening to the signs of the time.

Friends, the future is about protecting what you have today.

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Why do I write all this? I just want to make, all those interested, aware about where we as a society are heading, so that they can protect their future generations to a possible extent. It is going to be very very ugly before it will be better. In my view, our children's world is going to be entirely different than what we have seen. We have already consumed the resources of our future generations. What we have left for them is an empty bag and the consequences of our actions (without the knowledge that it is us who are responsible for the mess our children will be in) ...while I write this I also wish that I am absolutely wrong...and our future generations will live in a better world than ours. DISCLAIMER: All the content of my blogs is presented for educational and/or informational purposes only. Under no circumstances should it be mistaken for professional investment advice, nor is it intended to be taken as such.


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6 Responses to "Why London is burning?…Root of the Global Unrest"

  1. anon says:

    The London riots have less to do with the economy and more to do with multiculturalism and the flood of third world immigration. It also looks like a mass revolt and revenge against Britain by minorities from countries Britain exploited and ruined during the colonial era.

  2. Raj Patel says:

    Explained ~ What is the Cause of #London Riots?!

    C B Patel also says these riots are not about politics, It’s about economics.

    C B Patel, publisher and editor of #Gujarat Samachar in #UK believes that the genesis of riots is well-explained in the study by the Centre for Social Justice think-tank, set up by Iain Duncan Smith.

    #Patel says, “The report talks about social fabric of Britain. A section of youth is unemployed, unemployable, uneducated and they are unskilled. They have no stake in society. The reading of the report clearly suggested that UK is sitting on a volcano. In addition the new government talked about cutting deficit drastically.

    “They started putting cuts in social sector. There was a buffer between the haves and have-nots. But, when cuts came in the social sector the pressure built up. That resulted in revolt. When the space for poor people shrunk in the job market these guys have gone on a rampage. They have been directly affected by cuts.”

  3. anon says:

    If it was just the economy, native white British citizens would have been in the forefront of the riots along with the minorities. Looks like third world immigrants from former colonies are on the warpath.

  4. FriendOfDemocracy says:

    The proper explanation for what is happening is given here. Why is this Pro Democracy Protest by Freedom Fighters being characterized as a “riot” unlike the same kinds of protests in Egypt, Bahrain, Syria, Xingkiang and Tunisia?

    Regime Launches Brutal Attack on Peaceful Pro-Democracy Protesters in Bilayatstan

    http://www.facebook.com/note.php?created&&note_id=270974112918087

  5. willi is Long says:

    Yes the 3rd world savages have begun the revolt against the great white hunter. They are tired of not having the dole given to them.

    Soon in America the 3rd world beanos will rise up with their tolet wisks and shovels and start burning taco bells and taco johns to the ground if the gringo does not rehired him for 2 pecos a day.

    The liberal caused this mess 50 years ago. Let these savages eat the flesh of the rich elite in this world.

  6. willi is Long says:

    PS
    the big difference between you Limie tea totallers and Americans is this. “GUNS” and lots of them… we have a large collection of weapons in our households.
    We also have a good ole american saying. You loot, we shoot jamacain mon.

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