Thursday, December 9, 2010


"In Britain's worst political violence in years, furious student protesters rained sticks and rocks on riot police, vandalized government buildings and attacked a car carrying Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, after lawmakers approved a controversial hike in university tuition fees.

Demonstrators set upon the heir to the throne's limousine as it drove through London's West End shopping and entertainment hub. Protesters who had been running amok and smashing shop windows kicked and threw paint at the car, which sped off.

Charles' office, Clarence House, confirmed the attack but said "their royal highnesses are unharmed."

Buckle up boys and girls. This is going to be downplayed in the media as just a minor occurrence but in reality this marks an escalation and a point of divergence. Up to this point the demonstrators in England have broken some windows and got into it a bit with the police, mostly run of the mill stupid crap reminiscent of the '60's anti-war protests. Attacking a high government official, much less a member of the royal family just took a serious distraction and turned it into a national threat.

What would have happened here if someone from the anti-war crowd would have attacked a Congressman's car in D.C.?

So what's the next step? The police and possibly the military will have to completely crack down on these demonstrations which will, most likely, only increase the determination of the protesters. At some point, now that they've shown they can attack a member of the royals, they'll be emboldened to go after more government institutions and employees along with larger civilian targets.

Soon the authorities will use extreme force to control the increasingly violent protests which will play right into the hands of the protesters. And my guess is that the English, being not very different from Americans in mind set, won't stand still for their country being torn apart by these Marxist agitators so at some point the citizens will get involved in this, too, in an attempt to stop the madness. Store owners and other civilians will protect their property, just as American shop owners did during the Rodney King riots.

England had become a powder keg, along with Ireland, Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal and France. And America is under attack from every side. From Wikileaks to the streets of London anarchy is the rule of the day.

The perfect storm is poised to sweep over the West and destroy 2000 years of human advancement. Christendom is on the verge of collapse and the New World Order is right around the corner.



  1. Ireland is not a powder keg as you put it and despite the severe budget passed this week there were hardly any protests on the streets. Maybe get some facts correct?

  2. Maybe it's just me but the reports below sure sound as though things aren't quite as peachy as you describe. The unions have organized demonstrations, the people are upset because they don't want IMF interference in their country and the bankers are all getting their bonuses.

    My guess is that in the near future Ireland will face the same social disruptions that we are seeing all around Europe and that they will accelerate. The unions and their Marxist allies are feeding the fire and they intend to see our countries burn.

    I say ours because America is next.

    "One of the largest demonstrations in the Irish Republic's history brought more than 100,000 people on to Dublin's streets in protest over the international bailout and four years of austerity ahead.

    As European officials thrashed out the finer details of an €85bn rescue package, huge crowds braved freezing temperatures to demonstrate against the cuts, aimed at driving down Ireland's colossal national debt.

    The main march to O'Connell Street passed off peacefully but there was an uneasy standoff outside the Irish parliament as two lines of Garda Siochána officers hemmed in around 100 leftwing demonstrators who had broken away from the union-organised protest. Fireworks were thrown at gardai outside the gates of the Dail as protesters shouted: "Burn it down, burn it down." Extra police were rushed to the scene to surround the ad hoc demonstration by leftwing and anarchist groups, who also set fire to a picture of the taoiseach, Brian Cowen."

    "The reactions to this bailout have not all been supportive.

    "The bailout is like any family getting a loan from a bank; you have to show you can repay it," Shortall stated. "The IMF and the European governments want Ireland to cut our day-to-day spending by 15 billion Euros over the next five years."

    According to Shortall, this could detrimentally force cuts in public services to a mere 25,000 people in hired staff. Hospitals may see closure, and the minimum wage has already been severely decreased — by 12 percent.

    "The people (of Ireland) are very angry at our government for letting this all happen," said Shortall.

    In fact, many Irish citizens are protesting the bailout.

    "We don't want to pay for private business, private industry and corrupt government," irish protestor Tom Coleman stated in an interview with Democracy Now. "We don't want the IMF (International Monetary Fund) in here. The IMF created this situation, and they're in for the money. And they don't care about the future. They don't care about Ireland."

    "Fury was mounting last night as it emerged that Irish bankers will pocket multi-million pound bonuses after being bailed out by British taxpayers.

    The Allied Irish Bank will hand out £34million in bonuses for its executives this month, despite being on the brink of another rescue package.

    ...Irish opposition party Fine Gael yesterday called for the finance bill going through the Irish parliament to be amended to impose a 99 per cent supertax on the bonuses."

  3. When I learn fo the things concerning which Catawissa writes, I am reminded of certain verse of Scripture:

    Amos 5:18-20:

    Woe to those who yearn for the day of the LORD! What will this day of the LORD mean for you? Darkness and not light! As if a man went to flee from a lion, and a bear should meet him; Or as if on entering his house he were to rest his hand against the wall, and a snake should bite him. Will not the day of the LORD be darkness and not light, gloom without any brightness?

    1st Thessalonians 5:1-10

    Concerning times and seasons, brothers, you have no need for anything to be written to you. For you yourselves know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief at night. When people are saying, "Peace and security," then sudden disaster comes upon them, like labor pains upon a pregnant woman,and they will not escape. But you, brothers, are not in darkness, for that day to overtake you like a thief. For all of you are children of the light and children of the day. We are not of the night or of darkness. Therefore, let us not sleep as the rest do, but let us stay alert and sober. Those who sleep go to sleep at night, and those who are drunk get drunk at night. But since we are of the day, let us be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love and the helmet that is hope for salvation. For God did not destine us for wrath, but to gain salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ, who died for us, so that whether we are awake or asleep we may live together with him.

    Romans 8:22-23

    We know that all creation is groaning in labor pains even until now; and not only that, but we ourselves, who have the firstfruits of the Spirit, we also groan within ourselves as we wait for adoption, the redemption of our bodies.