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Last edited by Ericgamer1; 08-09-2011 at 04:50 PM.
The Brighter the Light the Darker the Shadow
Unless one comes from a wealthy or affluent background, the chances of an individual being able to lead a truly prosperous and decent life is very remote. In addition, because crime sentences are weak here and the majority are generally undervalued as law-abiding citizens, it is easier for the likes of both working-class and under-class people to resort to crime in frustration, especially the young and uneducated. That's not to say that crime by any means should be condoned for any reason however, as this just makes it easier for the government to ignore the real issues behind crime in the first place, which in turn leads to a downward spiral of neglected and resentful communities, rife with unemployment, access to real education, and youths with little incentive to advance the quality of their lives beyond anger, drugs and alcohol.
wasn't the cab driver a drug dealer?
Time to bring in the military I say
shoot em in the leg and then arrest them simples
Besides, there is no safe place to shoot someone. It's very easy to bleed to death from a leg-wound if the bullet hits an artery. There's also the very real possibility of permanent injury. Which is a bit harsh when someone is merely a suspect.
You are forgetting that its kids doing this, and after what they've caused serves em right I say
Not saying that all kids are doing it.
I've gotten to the point of not caring about human rights now and want the police to be allowed to use whatever force neccessary to stop these damn riots
Last edited by Eris; 08-10-2011 at 01:58 PM.
How does it? I'm not the one ruining the lively hoods of 1000's of people, I'm not the one causing billion £'s worth of damages, I'm not the one placing communities in a constant state of fear for their lives, I'm not the one causing set backs to the country's economy
exact same thing happened in France and enforce a nightly curfew. That will stop the riots, but won't prevent future riots. For that to happen, a more long-term solution must be sought, increasing social mobility and decreasing unemployment among young people.
Last edited by Eris; 08-10-2011 at 03:12 PM.
: The Game. You just lost it. :
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