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5,312.  I’ll never forget that night.  I jumped out of bed, got in my car, rushed over the west side of Chicago right at the height of the riot.  I get out of the car and here is this coloured woman picks up this brick and throws it through the Pawn Shop window.  And she grabbed three pistols.  And I rushed up her and said, ‘Cool it, baby.  Don’t act like this.  You’re going to break up the whole civil rights movement.’  She said, ‘Damn the civil rights movement.  I just caught my husband with another woman and I’m going to kill him.’  (Civil Liberties & Chicago & Riots)  Dick Gregory, American black comedian

 

 

7,059.  We shouldn’t need riot police at schools.  (School & Riots)  Noel Gallagher 

 

 

29,945.  These fledgling democracies in the Middle East, they’re actually fighting for their freedom.  And what are they rioting for in England?  Leisurewear.  (England & Riots)  Noel Gallagher

 

 

16,931.  Run at the crowd in pairs to disperse and/or incapacitate.  (Police & Riots)  ACPO Riot Training Manual

 

16,932.  Disperse the crowd and incapacitate missile throwers and ring leaders by striking in a controlled manner with batons.  (Police & Riots)  ibid.

 

 

17,393.  Handsworth Riots 1985: v Police & National Front.  (Gangs UK: Birmingham & Riots & Birmingham)  Penny Woolcock, One Mile Away, Channel 4 2013, caption

 

 

17,397.  Handsworth Riots 2011.  (Gangs UK: Birmingham & Riots & Birmingham)  ibid.

 

 

17,851.  Homes and businesses were burnt to the ground.  Britain went into lockdown ... The finger was pointed at teenage gangs.  (Gangs: UK & Riots)  Reggie Yates: Teen Gangs

 

 

18,239.  On 3rd July 1981 the Toxteth district erupted into an orgy of violence.  It was the worst public disorder Britain had witnessed that century.  And young robber Stephen French was at the heart of it.  For three days the authorities lost all control over Toxteth.  Estimates suggest up to 1,000 police officers were injured.  And as many as 140 buildings destroyed.  (Gangs UK: Liverpool & Riots & Liverpool)  Britain’s Underworld: Liverpool   

 

 

18,546.  The Number One issue at that time was police brutality.  So by the time you get to the early sixties you had an environment that was ripe for riot, and that is exactly what happened.  (Gangs UK: Los Angeles & Los Angeles & Police & Riots)  Alex Alonso, street gangs online

 

 

18,554.  In south-central Los Angeles on April 29th 1992 one of the worst race riots erupted in American history.  The trigger was the acquittal of four white police officers in the beating of Rodney King.  (Gangs US: Los Angeles & Los Angeles & Riots & Police & Race & Black Culture)  Gangland: Race War

 

 

20,330.  Riot Police Fly to Seaside: Battle of Hastings – 18 Arrested.  (GBH Film & Gangs: UK & Riot)  Quadrophenia 1979 starring Phil Daniels & Mark Wingett & Leslie Ash & Philip Davis & Sting & Toyah Willcox & Ray Winstone & Gary Shail & Michael Elphick et al, director Franc Roddam, newspaper cutting

 

20,336.  We are the Mods, We are the Mobs, We are, we are, we are the Mods.  (GBH Film & Gangs: UK & Riot)  ibid.  gang-handed along promenade

 

 

21,002.  Thanks WTO It’s Been A Riot.  (GBH Films & Riots & Demonstrations)  Battle in Seattle 2007 starring Woody Harrelson & Andre Benjamin & Jennifer Carpenter & Martin Henderson & Ray Liotta & Connie Nielsen & Michelle Rodriguez & Channing Tatum & Charlize Theron et al, director Stuart Townsend, cinema sign

 

 

22,029.  When the riots stopped, the drugs started.  (GBH Films & Riots & Drugs)  Menace II Society 1993 starring Tyrin Turner & Jada Pinkett & Larenz Tate & Samuel L Jackson & Glen Plummer & Clifton Powell & Arnold Johnson et al, directors Allen & Albert Hughes

 

 

30,334.  1714: Queen Anne died with no heir.  To make sure of a Protestant successor no fewer than fifty-seven individuals with blood ties to Anne were passed over to arrive at the next king of England.  An uncharismatic, middle-aged man who didn’t speak English ... George I of Great Britain ... his coronation was greeted with rioting in twenty towns.  (Great Britain & England & Scotland & Anne & George I & Riots)  Simon Schama, A History of Britain: Britannia Incorporated

 

 

31,399.  The [South Shields] riots spread to Cardiff another port city that had changed ... White men threw insults and then stones.  (England & Great Britain & Race & Riots)  George Alagiah, Mixed Britannia 1910-1939 1/3

 

31,400.  Something like 15,000 people were involved in the riots in 1919.  (England & Great Britain & Race & Riots)  ibid.

 

 

31,601.  Football: many young fans were carried away by a culture of casual violence.  (Great Britain & England & 1970s & Football & Riots)  Dominic Sandbrook, The 70s III: Goodbye Great Britain 75-77

 

31,602.  Man U v Wolves: The Stratford Enders went on the rampage ... Fourteen people were stabbed ... They even ransacked the Wolves club shop.  (Great Britain & England & 1970s & Football & Riots)  ibid.

 

31,603.  Football violence had become a brutal nationwide epidemic.  (Great Britain & England & 1970s & Football & Riots)  ibid.

 

 

34,461.  Riots broke out in over a hundred cities.  (Kennedy & Riots)  Ethel, Sky Atlantic 2013, daughter

 

 

46,965.  And the two worlds met: with the Mods, a tribe of working class kids, who liked nothing better than a good scrap with the greasy older Rockers.  The house band of the Mods were The Who led by art student Pete Townsend.  (Pop Music & Gangs: UK & Riots)  Pop Britannia: A Well Respected Man

 

 

76,808.  Ice Hockey: Cup riots in Vancouver: Around 200 people were injured, including two with serious head wounds, in the melee that broke out in Vancouver on Tuesday night after the Vancouver Canucks lost the final game of the Stanley Cup play-offs 3-2 on their visit to the New York Rangers.

 

With some 70,000 roaming a downtown area of the city, store windows were smashed and some business premises looted.  Many of the troublemakers fought with each other and the police had to resort to the use of tear gas to disperse rioters after an officer had become trapped in the midst of a mob.  (Ice Hockey & Riots)  Independent online article 16th June 2011        

 

 

86,801.  Rioting has been a London tradition for centuries.  (Riots & London)  Peter Ackroyd, The Independent online article 22nd August 2011

 

 

86,802.  Our sovereign Lord the King chargest and commandeth all persons, being assembled, immediately to disperse themselves, and peaceably to depart to their habitations, or to their lawful business, upon the pains contained in the Act made in the first year of King George the First, for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies.  God Save the King.  The Riot Act    

 

 

86,803.  How many of wondered as I did during the LA riots when those people were being pulled out of their trucks and beaten half to death ... Step on the fucking gas, man!  They're on foot; you’re in a truck – I think I see a way out of this.  Bill Hicks, Revelations, Dominion Theatre London

 

 

86,804.  Burn, baby, burn.  Los Angeles riots August 1965 slogan

 

 

86,805.  But the idea that you just get mad and not take it any more is going to make a difference?  No!  They don’t care about that.  The Elitists have been anticipating years, years in advance, for some kind of an uprising.  They’ve been building Fema camps for that; they’ve been equipping the local police in crowd control; and they’ve been developing weapons specifically for demonstrators, and crowds of people and rioters and so forth.  They know it’s coming.  G Edward Griffin, interview with Alex Jones November 2009

 

 

86,806.  Riots were also the most virulent symptoms to date of another, and in some ways graver, national disorder – the decline in respect for public authority and the rule of law in America.  Far from being a great society, ours is becoming a lawless society.  Richard Nixon

 

 

86,807.  Recently crowds of thousands gathered throughout the Muslim world – burning European embassies, issuing threats, taking hostages, even killing people – in protest over twelve cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad that were first published in a Danish newspaper.  When was the last atheist riot?  (Sam Harris & Cartoon)  Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation

 

 

79,930.  Our riot that happened here in Los Angeles happened on May 1st.  It was all pre-arranged, pre-set up by this government.  It had nothing to do with the people in the area ... Those who are behind the scenes who control this government.  (Los Angeles & Riots)  Jordan Maxwell, Lucifer 2000

 

 

86,809.  As for rioting the old Roman way of dealing with that is always the right one – flog the rank and file, and fling the ringleaders from the Tareian rock.  Thomas Arnold 1795-1842, English historian and educator

 

 

86,808.  The young officers’ scenario of a breakdown of civil order in Britain is acted out in a remarkable Sandhurst training exercise in internal security techniques.  Panorama, BBC 1975

 

 

86,809.  The police were to blame for what happened on Sunday night and what they got was a bloody good hiding.  (Riot & Gangs UK: London North)  Bernie Grant, speech 8th October 1985

 

 

86,810.  In 1989 the plan to introduce a Poll Tax sparked the worse rioting in living memory.  In November 1990 Mrs Thatcher’s radical leadership of the country came to an end.  (Riots & Poll Tax & Thatcher)  Crude Britannia: The Story of North Sea Oil 3/3  

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