Having put forward comments on rioting and looting, coupled with observations about people defending their own, much to the disapproval of the 'authorities', I am then humbled by a comment on my post "Control of the people" - one that is worthy of reproduction.
"Many commentators in the MSM are elated that communities such as Sikhs, Kurds, Turks, and Muslims in general, organised themselves to defend their community. At first sight, this is re-assuring. But on further thought, what we are see [sic]is that these communities were not defending England and its culture, but territory they now regard as their own. That territory then becomes Sikh or Islamic as the case maybe - in effect, the Balkanisation of England. The same is likely to happen in many European countries.Why didn't I think of that point? Duh - 'Silly Step' for me!
Though I'm critical of the police setting themselves against the proposition that communities organise their own defence, as I support the idea of community self-defence if it was defending the national values as a whole. In the present circumstance that proposition though leads to furthering and legitimising the Balkanisation of England."