Once again politicians blame the British public for the shortcomings of a failing culture imported into the country against our will by those same politicians, and the solution - government backed imposition of that failing culture on the rest of us. Because there's nothing the government loves more than failure.
Over the last year or so evidence has really mounted up that major internet information sources people have come to think of as impartial and unbiased technology are actually using their power to manipulate what we see for their own insidious political purposes.
EU officials plan their usual technique for dealing with policies the public won't accept - change the name and try again in the hope the campaign against them loses momentum and they can sneak the same policies past an information-swamped populace.
Violent clashes with police and looting of local businesses continued for a second night, which saw one person shot by police. The riots began following the deadly shooting of a black man by police, prompting the 'Black Lives Matter' movement to take to the streets.
The 'Black Moon', when the illuminated side of the moon is caught in the Earth's shadow and becomes almost invisible, occurs on Friday September 30th. They happen every 36 months, but this one is thought by some to be a special sign of cataclysm
The Chinese people have been willing to overlook the tyranny of their single-party authoritarian government during economic boom times. Will they still obey their rulers when the inevitable bust comes along? Even more worryingly, could the government respond to widespread civil unrest by diverting attention abroad with war?