In watching the News this morning I am frankly appalled by the clean up after the weekend. Don’t get me wrong I was appalled by the actions of these activists, however did Cameron not have it coming by condoning what was going on Egypt.
So according to BBC News the clean up costs will run into the thousands. The majority of the ground floor windows in the Ritz were smashed as well as the copious amounts of graffiti all around the City. As a country we are copiously better off than the people who live in Middle Eastern countries. Only the rich get to go to University, so why is that we feel we should have the right to go and have it
paid for? Can I add I am Labour supporter however I also don’t
agree in why people go to university to study ‘mickey mouse’ courses instead of going to work and earning taxes and then contributing to our country economy.
What has angered me more is the fact that again our economy is going to bare the cost of this day? And not just through the cleaning products and replacing the damaged property, the thing that annoys me the most is the wages that will be paid to the people doing the clean. Surely this is where the 149 that have
been arrested and charged should do the clean up. Is this not a perfect opportunity for community service to do something of use?
I am all for the march in Hyde Park, the actual demonstration which was peaceful and unfortunately isn’t getting the press that is deserves due to these immature, unintelligent yobs who have now more than likely jeopardise the real march.
Pictures taken from Sky News.