WHEN BRITISH IMPERIALISTS AND JAPANESE FASCISTS RULED OVER SOUTH ASIA, SOUTH EAST ASIA, AND OTHER COUNTRIES THEY DIDN’T GO ROUND SHOUTING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS NOR DEMOCRACY. THEY DENIED THEIR SUBJECTS, THESE RIGHTS. THEY MADE THE SUBJECTS CALL THEM MASTERS OR THAKINS.

UP TO NOW, THEY HAVE NOT APOLOGIZED FOR THEIR OPPRESSIONS NOR HAVE THEY RETURNED THE TREASURES LOOTED FROM THE VICTIMIZED COUNTRIES . IF THEY DID, IT’S VERY RELUCTANTLY.

MOST ASIAN TREASURES CAN BE FOUND IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM, INCLUDING SOME OF THOSE FROM BURMA.

THAT IS WHY, PEOPLE ARE WARY OF THEM.

ANYWAY, NOW SOME BRITISH HOOLIGANS ARE LOOTING AND ROBBING THEIR OWN PEOPLE AND DESTROYING PROPERTY.  SAD STORY, ALSO.

OUR HEARTS AND PRAYERS GO OUT TO THESE UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE.

The Big Picture – Boston.com

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2011/08/london_riots_update.html

 

London riots: update

Facing unending rioting that has spread to other cities, London deployed 16,000 police in the largest show of force in the city’s history. British Prime Minister David Cameron cut short a holiday in Italy to return home to deal with the widening crisis. Army units are standing by to help restore order. To date, 563 people have been arrested, and over 100 police officers injured. Collected here are images of the rioting and efforts to clean up the destruction. — Lane Turner (25 photos total)

 

British police face public anger as riots rage

 The Frame: British police face public anger as riots rage

http://blogs.sacbee.com/photos/2011/08/british-police-face-public-ang.html#more

August 9, 2011

British police face public anger as riots rage

LONDON (AP) — Britain began flooding London’s streets with 16,000 police officers Tuesday, tripling their presence as the nation feared its worst rioting in a generation would stretch into a fourth night. The violence has turned buildings into burnt out carcasses, triggered massive looting and spread to other U.K. cities. 

Police said they were working full-tilt, but found themselves under attack — from rioters roaming the streets, from a scared and worried public, and from politicians whose cost-cutting is squeezing police numbers ahead of next year’s Olympic Games.

London’s Metropolitan Police force vowed an unprecedented operation to stop more rioting, flooding the streets Tuesday with 16,000 officers over the next 24 hours, nearly three times Monday’s total. Although the riots started Saturday with a protest over a police shooting, they have morphed into a general lawlessness that police have struggled to halt with ordinary tactics. 

The riots and looting caused heartache for Londoners whose businesses and homes were torched or looted, and a crisis for police and politicians already staggering from a spluttering economy and a scandal over illegal phone hacking by a tabloid newspaper that has dragged in senior politicians and police. (30 images)

Riots spread from London to England’s northern, midlands cities

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2011-08/10/c_131039250.htm

 

 

 

 

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