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Media lying. Working class fighting back against rioters.


The radical left-wing taxpayer supported NPR recently released a fictional report falsely claiming that “young working class white” people are strongly represented among the rioters. Other media outlets around the world are working overtime to falsify information about the riots. Even Rush Limbaugh was duped into saying that the rioters were working class people protesting economic conditions.

The actual rioters are largely professional thugs and gangbangers. They started as an all black race riot, and Afro-Caribbean and African immigrants continue to make up the bulk of the rioters. About 10%-12% of London is black. Half from the Caribbean and half from sub-Saharan Africa.

Working class whites in Enfield drive black rioters out of the area. Enfield is about 15% black.
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Meanwhile the politically correct London police leadership, issued a warning to “vigilantes.” These same authorities ordered London police to stand down the first day of the riots! They were so afraid of political taboos that they allowed a black mob to set fires and loot stores at will.

From BBC…

The Metropolitan Police has warned Londoners against forming “vigilante patrol groups”.

The caution comes after hundreds of residents in Southall, Enfield, Hackney and Eltham patrolled their areas.

On Tuesday night Sikh men in Southall, many with hockey sticks, stood guard outside a Sikh and a Hindu temple and a mosque following Monday’s disorder.

Deputy Assistant Commissioner Stephen Kavanagh said “vigilantism” could lead to violence and drain Met’s resources.

The Met described Monday’s disorder as “the worst” in its recent history as violence began in Hackney and spread to Croydon, Clapham, Camden, Lewisham, Peckham, Newham, East Ham, Enfield, Woolwich, Ealing and Colliers Wood.

About 16,000 officers were on duty on Tuesday night – up from 6,000 – and the increased police presence will remain, the government said.

About 300 Sikh men gathered in Southall to protect religious buildings and businesses while about 100 men stood in Church Street, Enfield, vowing to “defend the streets”.