Well Christian Voice suggest:
Legalised sodomy and pornography and moral-free sex education
David Cameron has identified the causes of the riots and looting this week in Britain. It is a lack of responsibility, which comes from a lack of proper parenting, a lack of proper upbringing, a lack of proper ethics, a lack of proper morals. It is as much a moral problem as a political problem, he has said.
We must give him full marks for stating the blindingly obvious. People behave well for one of two reasons; either they have the fear of God before their eyes, or the fear of the long arm of the law. In other words, either an internal or an external moral compass is necessary for good behaviour.
But who defines good behaviour?
David Cameron blames the parents (‘a lack of proper parenting, a lack of proper upbringing’), but does he realise that 50% of children are growing up in Britain without their natural father?
Who is responsible for that if it isn’t the politicians who legalised no-fault divorce on demand in the 1960s, legalised sodomy and pornography, brought in moral-free sex education around the same time and pushed condoms at teenagers just because they hated Christian morality?
And who is equally responsible if not the present Coalition Government which allows all of that to continue on its life-destroying way, not seeing any of it as an offence against proper morals?
Perhaps David Cameron knows better:
See article from dailymail.co.uk
Twitter, Facebook and Blackberry Messenger
Prime Minister David Cameron pledged to explore ways to halt the use of social media tools like Facebook, Twitter and BlackBerry Messenger if these were being used to plot violence, disorder and criminality.
All three have been implicated in rioters’ ability to communicate since the violence began in London on Saturday. A solemn David Cameron addressing the House of Commons about the riots
The Government and the intelligence agencies MI5 and GCHQ are in talks with mobile phone companies and internet service providers about how they might prevent gang leaders from co-ordinating looting raids using social media.
Senior sources said that among the options they are considering are turning off mobile phone masts in riot areas or shutting down the accounts of known suspects when trouble starts.
Social media is being targeted as there is no straight-forward way for police to cut off individual’s phones at short notice.
Technology blogger for Msnbc Rosa Golijan said the Government had three options to prevent rioters from using social media; banning individuals from social media sites, black-listing certain web-pages in the way the China does, or temporarily shutting down the internet.
Surely turning off the internet would be enough to cause a riot in the streets