Monday, October 23, 2006

Riot warning for France suburbs

This is a ridiculous state of affairs; what's next, storming the Bastille? You wouldn't try pulling off this BS around here; the first time someone tried to burn down one of our neighborhoods, they would encounter a bad case of lead poisoning. Of course, you can't do that in France, it wouldn't be politically correct. Sounds like they need to either start doing a better job with their police, or let citizens start defending themselves in a proper manner.
Just my opinion.


Kenny said...

I don't think we would have to much trouble here in Utah, but other parts of the country may have their fair share.

I suggest we buy more ammo

bjbarron said...

I'm olde enough to remember the Newark riots. It took a couple of days to stop it, but I remember the cops took no crap and few prisoners.

I also remember that the local mafia boys blocked off the streets heading out of Newark into the mostly italian suburbs and the army blocked off the Parkway exits.

2500 cops injured a year in one city in a country not much bigger than California - cops running and leaving their partners - cops walking into traps with 50 guys waiting for them. That is not conceivable around here - even if the cops got overwhelmed they'd call in the army, or armed to the teeth locals would end the problem.

Kirsten N. Namskau said...

Why is it that the crime is rising all over the world while the whole world is fighting for peace???