As thousands of terrified law abiding citizens wake-up to London this morning they will be greeted with scenes of sickening and highly charged lawlessness carnage following the worst night violence of disorder in Capital.
Mob rule began in the London Borough of Hackney just after 4pm yesterday as police were bombarded by masked youths attacking with missiles and setting fire to everything that stood in their way.
It’s absolutely terrifying and unbelievable that the violence of the London Riots 2011 has been able to continue and stark wake-up call for everyone having to accept that our police force has lost law and order on the very streets they are paid and trusted to control.
Last night Copycats of London Riots 2011 spread their disgusting and disgraceful violence as fast as their fires burned to several other major UK cities including, Birmingham, Liverpool, Bristol and Nottingham.
In the early hours of the morning three people were arrested on suspicion of attempting to murder a policeman.
Armoured tanks were put in force to push back hundred of violent rioters.
The fire brigade struggled to control the hundreds of fires that burned throughout many London Borough’s under serious mob rule as they came under attack from hand made-missiles, bricks, bottles, petrol cans, you name it, it was thrown at the vehicles with the sole intention of preventing the firefighters from doing their job and that as we all know is to protect the public and save lives.
Huge intimidating gangs of dispicable looters robbed people of their clothes in the street, forcing them to strip in fear and hand over their belongings.
Homes, cars, shops, businesses, buildings, you name it, whatever took the rioters fancy was destroyed or robbed without one ounce of remorse or shred of decency for their fellow citizen, the only satisfaction these thugs are getting is to relish their new found lawless power to put the fear of god in to the hearts of thousands of terrified victims, including families with young children having to watch and scream as their homes, streets and communities burn to the ground.
Hundreds of rioters took to the streets in the worst night of mob rule since it began following the death of Â local Tottenham man Mark Duggan with some of the most serious and sickening overnight attacks in Lavender Hill, Â Peckham, Hackney, Ealing, Bethnal Green, Woolwich, Kensington.
A man is in intensive care after being shot in Croydon.
Dozens of policemen have been injured, some seriously.
The lawlessness London Riots 2011 are a complete and utter to disgrace as the world looks on and waits for the outcome.
Every law abiding citizen is now fear for their safety as copycat London Riots take hold and each of us need to feel assured that the situation is under going to be controlled, but it isn’t.
Tonight re-enforcements of 1,700 extra police officers are being drafted in from other police forces.
All police leave has been cancelled.
A total of 450 have been arrested after the third night of mindless and criminal debauchery of our streets filling each and every police cell in London with a disgraceful army of thugs.
Earlier this morning Home Secretary Theresa May appeared to rule-out getting the army in on the streets as she explained to BBC Â Breakfast:
“The way we police is by consent.
“British policing has always meant and always depended on the support of local communities.
“Don’t let police budgets be used as an excuse for what is going on in our streets, that is sheer criminality and nothing else”, said Ms May.
Assistant Metropolitan Commissioner Stephen Kavanagh like the Home Secretary did not rule out the possibility that the army will be called in to help the police clean up our mob ruled streets:
“All options were discussed last night.
“The people of London need to know that the Commissioner and his management board team are considering everything and working through those options as we go forward.
“It is a shocking and appalling morning for London to wake up to by the sheer scale and speed in which the attacks took place.
“”There isa changing nature in the make-up of the rioters, with the profile changing dramatically last night fro 14-17-year-olds to older groups in cars doing organised looting.
“And there the far more focused attempt in injuring London Ambulance Staff, there to help the community, trying to injure Fire Brigade office and, of course, police officers” said the Met Assistant.