Anyway, that little experiment aside today is the day that bailiffs are to move in and try to evict more than 50 travellers and their supporters from Dale Farm. They are making claims that they have enough supplies to last 12 months and have left a few surprises for anybody trying to get in and evict them. These include no less than, and I quote “ a few cars to set on fire, gas cylinders to explode, that sort of thing” . FFS the last comment came from a 50 year old mother of 5. Is it any wonder that the residents of this once peaceful village want them removing after seeing 75% of the value of their homes wiped out. Would you be happy with this at the bottom of your garden?
Supporters of the travellers are I believe the usual suspects who turn up to this sort of thing just for the trouble, they are the ones that turn up to peaceful demonstrations and start a riot leaving the people with a genuine dispute wanting to air their views in a peaceful manner tarred with the same brush as these degenerates.
The aforementioned 50 year old said “ we are treating this eviction like a war, we have moved out all the old, young and infirm.”
These people claim that they have nowhere to move too so I am just wondering where they have moved the old, young and infirm.
This whole situations brings me to the report on the recent riots in our green and pleasant land.
75% of those arrested have had a previous criminal record and 83% were known to police. 50% of the individuals arrested have a staggering 15 previous convictions against them and yet they are still walking the streets sticking two fingers up at the police knowing that they can and do get away with it. I am amazed that the police showed so much restraint during the rioting to be honest.
Under the freedom of information act it has recently come to light that 16,447 violent offenders in London alone (in the 12 months to March 2011)were given nothing more than a caution.
England has truly become a den of thieves, beggars, criminals and job dodgers who just sit with their hand out and if they don’t get what they want they go out and take it, sometimes with violence.
It is a sad day indeed that I feel more and more an alien in my own home country and thoughts of leaving are evermore coming to the forefront of my mind. The problem is, where to go? The grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the planet.
Anyway, I'm off to look at algorithms and see if I can work out a few more intricacies of the ever evolving Google algorithm and see if it has a solution to my problem:)