The despair Of The British nation.

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

The Militant Wing Of Labour?

Come Back Sir Ian Blair, We So Miss You!
Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary, Denis O'Connor, said police are too focused on tackling violence and not enough on allowing peaceful protest.
His report also found police use of "kettling" techniques was "inconsistent" when dealing with thousands of protesters in the City of London on April 1.



If someone told me the guy in the foreground is not really a Policeman, I think I would feel almost relieved. Then I would ask ; "If he is not what the bloody hell is he doing there?"

10 comments:

  1. When did the citizens of this country become the enemies of the State?

    This is not what I want the Police Force of this country to look like.

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  2. Look at this fierce, dirty, rotten pigs! They are about to attack innocent protesters.

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  3. THE FACE OF TONY'S ARMY! He turned the police into his own imperial guard, there to keep an eye on what people are saying - particularly about foreigners and gays. The henchmen of the nanny state.

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  4. Nothing surprises me OR - you know those men with masks and no ID numbers, who seem to go out of their way to start trouble even though they wear police uniforms and don't appear to be accountable to anyone? They just keep showing up at peaceful protests and as if by magic the protests aren't peaceful anymore. You'd almost think that they were something higher up the food chain - they dress like police they mix with police but they are not ACTUALLY police. Could such a thing happen in a "democracy"? I know what I think but I leave it to you to come to your own decision.

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  5. BS, this chap does not seem to have the badges the others have.

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  6. See what I mean, OR? There's a very bad smell in Downing St..

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  7. Army, mercenaries, agents? One of the above

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  8. Where will it all end? There must be so much we have no idea about.

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  9. We became the enemies of the State when so many laws were passed to ensure that we all became criminals, albeit most us have not yet been caught out.

    Secondly they pushed the Police into box ticking targets and put us into the boxes.

    We are not the enemy, the Police and politicians are.

    Cameron will do nothing to redress this/

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  10. At least give him a chance, BL.

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