15 year old warns ruling class: We will fight back!

“They can’t stop us demonstrating, they can’t stop us fighting back, and how ever much they try to imprison us in the streets of London, those are our streets. We will always be there to demonstrate, we will always be there to fight.”

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If you’ve ever despaired about our future, wondering where the next generation of radicals will come from, watch this. Inspiring.

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3 Responses to 15 year old warns ruling class: We will fight back!

  1. Derek Wall December 12, 2010 at 10:38 am #

    I am inspired to have sons who are all fighting like this, there is a big revolt in the barrios of South London

    take a look here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hji0VVOEFGo

  2. Rich December 12, 2010 at 3:06 pm #

    Perhaps, had he not skipped lessons, the poor boy might have learned that the country is so bankrupt that these measures are being taken from necessity, not choice. The police were there because anarchists were defacing the monuments of those who died to give him the freedom to stand an sneer at the police for having a poorer education than him.

    Articulacy does not compensate for lack of coherence, I’m afraid.

  3. Kevin December 13, 2010 at 6:44 pm #

    @Rich – Why must students pay for the mistakes of the wealthy? Why are we punishing future generations for our mistakes? Perhaps education should be encouraged and massive accumulation of ridiculous amounts of capital should be discouraged. Perhaps the wealthiest 1% should be penalized, those whom are mostly responsible for getting us in this mess in the first place. And perhaps the media should quit pandering to those wealthy elites by dismissing any dissenting voices as anarchist idiots. In actuality many who oppose are highly educated and should be applauded for taking an active role in standing up for their communities, countries and the globe as a whole instead of be resigned to the couch and TV, to sit and watch how it plays out from the safety of their lazyboy. Look at SPP rallies, G20 summits, the gov has repeatedly, intentionally, discredited peaceful protesters acting fully within their rights of free speech by instigating violence and blaming those who voice opposition to the powers that be. Free speech does not mean free to say what we want you to say!

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