The Washington Times - August 9, 2011, 01:48PM

Riots continued for a third night in London and are reportedly spreading across the nation. British police appear to have lost control of the crowds who are setting building on fire, vandalizing and looting businesses, and robbing innocent bystanders.

Watch a BBC host interview  British writer and broadcaster Darcus Howe below. “I don’t call it rioting. I call it an insurrection of the masses of the people,” he told the BBC anchor.” It is happening in Syria, it is happening in Clapham.” 


The BBC also interviewed two females who were part of the riots and asked them why they were targeting their own neighborhoods. Listen here

PROTESTERS: Its the government’s fault…Conservatives. It’s not even a riot. It’s showing the police we can do what we want. That’s what it’s all about. it’s about showing the police we can do what we want and now we have. 

BBC: Do you reckon it will go on tonight? 

PROTESTERS: Definitely…hopefully. 

BBC: But these are like local people. Why are you targeting local people…your own people?

PROTESTERS: It’s the rich people. It’s the people who have businesses and that’s why all of this has happened, because of the rich people. 

While it has been reported that the riots were sparked by the alleged shooting death of 29-year-old Mark Duggan by police, the motivation for destruction by the mobs in Britain appear to be only anti-Capitalist and Marxist in nature. Author Ann Coulter describes the nature of these leftists perfectly in her book Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America. Below are videos showing footage of the destruction of these British mobs.

(*warning-some language in the videos may be explicit)