Anarchy in the U.K. Turns Into Martial Law in the U.K.
The London riots of August 2011 have opened the door for a terrifying new government crack-down.
David Cameron, puppet leader of the United Kingdom, has vowed to crush the “renegades” in the streets who are in a frenzy due to economic woes and dastardly police behavior.
Martial Law in the U.K.
The Associated Press puts David Cameron’s resolve this way, “Cameron has pledged to hand police, local authorities and the courts sweeping powers to mete out severe punishments to those involved in the unrest.” The article later goes on to highlight how water-cannons and other such weapons will be used against anyone who protests poor government policy in the future. Curfews and military out on the streets are to become new norms for the British public.
What first started out as anarchy in the U.K. has certainly led to martial law in the U.K. What is transpiring in England is actually happening around the globe. Citizens have become sickened of corrupt mega-corporations and soul squashing governments. A new level of human consciousness is on the brink and the authorities are doing everything in their power to stop this metaphysical rise of liberty- even if it means rolling tanks out onto the streets.
The Internet, Enemy of the State
Aside from the aforementioned sweeping new government powers in wake of the more recent riots in the U.K., measures are also being taken to shut down the Internet and block cell-phone usage whenever folks become infuriated with out of control government. Both Facebook and Twitter had proven to be quite effective in organizing resistance to government throughout the globe in recent times- especially in Egypt with the ousting of Mubarak. The U.K.’s Cameron realizes this and is hence taking extreme action against such means of coordinated resistance in the future.
In the film, “V for Vendetta”, England had been turned into a nightmarish dictatorship controlled by a conservative mad-man of a politician. Toward the end of the film, citizens from all over the United Kingdom rose up in defiance against their government, watching in admiration as Parliament was destroyed by bombs and fireworks. What David Cameron or any other politician for that matter doesn’t seem to understand is that the harder we are pushed, the harder we will resist. Let me state that again. The harder we are pushed, the harder we will resist!