London resident: I Don't Call it Rioting, I Call it an Insurrection

Darcus Howe in video: "I don't call it rioting, I call it an insurrection...of the masses of the people. It is happening in Syria, it is happening in Clapham, it's happening in Liverpool, it's happening in Port-au-Spain, Trinidad, and that is the nature of the historical moment." This video was published on August 9, 2011.

Watch how, as usual, the BBC acts as the communication, and public relations, front of the British Establishment. Britain is a highly class-oriented society, that is run by elites, for the primary service of elites. The British Establishment then guarantees through its infiltration of Britain’s political party system, a perpetuated neo-colonial and institutionally racist rule, against a multi-racial society.

Mr. Howe illuminates that the reported “riots” are really insurrections against a broader context of social injustice, and oppression. This social injustice and oppression is being executed under the guise of “corporate Globalization“ and the so-called “War on Terrorism“.. Mr. Howe has recognized a political economic context of organized social upheaval, by calling what has been going in in Britain as an insurrection rather a “riot”.


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