Britain’s Impotence Problem

London’s Metropolitan Police (the Met) and the British State have re-defined the metaphor for impotence in the 21st Century. Over three days and nights of almost unrestrained looting, arson and rioting, gangs of teenagers and young adults have proven conclusively that the Met is incapable of providing the most basic service demanded of it – protecting ordinary people from mob violence.

A looted cash till from a Fish & Chip shop, South London.

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