Tag: Riots

Dark times in America

Dark Times Under Way In America

The year 2021 began with some dark, watershed moments for the US. On 1 January, Democrats in the House of Representatives introduced a new bill that represents the next step in the abolition of traditional family values and sex (gender) differences. The pronouns “he” and “she” will no longer be […]

US in a mess

The US Might Require Decades To Clear The Whole Mess

During the last several years, the US has deteriorated its image and reputation as well as its relations with other countries more than ever. It is a consensus shared by the international community, including those sincere with Americans. The United States has pursued unilateralism, undermining multilateral cooperation, wantonly pulling out […]

Trump and insurrections

Trump, Insurrections And The 25th Amendment

How strange it must have seemed for US lawmakers to be suddenly facing what was described as a “mob”, not so much storming as striding into the Capitol with angry purpose. A terrified security force proved understaffed and overwhelmed. Members of Congress hid. Five people lost their lives. With the […]

Minnesota riots

Death, Protest And George Floyd

Mobs are unruly, headless things. The message is the action. The platform is often violence. But what is happening across the United States cannot simply be labelled as a looting-leads-to-shooting episode. It ranks as another chapter of enraged despair and untidy opportunism. It all began with a savage act in […]