There were hate crimes today – where were the arrests?

deportWe really have reached that point now.

If it’s possible to be calm and clear about that protest today, with the inflammatory calls to butcher Brits, then let’s be so, in order to analyze this.

1. Who organized this protest?

2. Who authorized it? Let’s know the name of the Common Purpose graduate[s] who authorized it?

3. What effect could it have on the British part of the population in this land to allow the inflammatory placards?

4. Isn’t the call to butcher the indigenous a hate crime? Does it not fall under that heading? Where are the arrests?

I fear something is going to give soon and the Muslims are going to be slaughtered, while the agents provocateurs hide or fly overseas, abetted by border control.

The police had them corralled today. They needed to arrest those holding the inflammatory placards and institute proceedings, immigration then needed to become involved as to whether the document to remain should be revoked.

Phillip Hammond said we live in a country with rules? OK, them’s the rules. We await.

13 comments for “There were hate crimes today – where were the arrests?

  1. February 8, 2015 at 9:02 pm

    You and I both know there will be no arrests.
    Oh it’s okay to arrest the EDL members who march, they are white working class Brits, but they won’t arrest the mob above, because they will play the race card and call the police racists.
    The only racism in the UK is against the indigenous people.

  2. Ted Treen
    February 8, 2015 at 10:01 pm

    The only racism in the UK is against the indigenous people.

    Kath, spot on – as usual.

  3. Hereward unbowed.
    February 9, 2015 at 12:00 am

    I’m feeling the benefits and warmth of diversity and mass immigration all over again, it’s warm like fresh pissing down on all of us.

    Goddamn the political elite to hell, Cameron, Clegg, Miliband you’re no better than the scum in the above graphic.

  4. February 9, 2015 at 12:14 am

    I am waiting for an accidental explosion in the middle of such a crowd.

  5. James Strong
    February 9, 2015 at 7:10 am

    Part of your point no 2 is important. It would be good to know who authorised it. I think that decisions are usually much better if there is a named decision maker rather than the use of the obscuring phrase ‘it has been decided’.

    However, your mention of Common Purpose and assumption that it was a Common Purpose graduate who authorised it is not valid in the absence of evidence.
    What if it wasn’t a Common Purpose graduate? The decision is just as bad.

    Also, to clarify, the decision to allow a demonstration was fine. It is the decision not to arrest anyone calling for violence that was wrong.

    Finally, was the photo you show taken yesterday near Downing Street, or is it an old one? I didn’t see any photo like that on the Telegraph site.

    • February 9, 2015 at 10:52 am

      Photo was from yesterday’s MSM.

    • Maturecheese
      February 11, 2015 at 8:13 pm

      It’s an old photo that’s been doing the rounds for a while but no doubt there were similar sentiments expressed.

  6. Graham wood
    February 9, 2015 at 11:39 am

    Thanks for the coverage of yet another outrageous violation of the peace of British streets.
    Not much sign of the presence or understanding of “British values” , so beloved of our political class.
    You are certainly right to as the questions you have – and incidentally why the police have one law for the mass of society whether protesting or otherwise, and another law for the religion of peace and mercy adherents?
    If a Christian, Hindu, or Sikh demonstration displayed such banners there would be arrests and hustled off the streets.
    Our feckless political class have a lot to answer for, and our incompetent Home Secretary sacked as she and her department are not fit for purpose.

  7. Albert Zbingswiki
    February 9, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    The BBCs attitude to it is the funniest thing:
    “well, if we ignore it, then it didn’t happen. The sheep won’t find out about it as they rely on us for their education whoops I mean for their ‘news’. This is gloriously enriching and peaceful. Onward to the Kaliphate, which we are sure will espouse our values of equality re: women and homosexuals”

  8. Furor Teutonicus
    February 9, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    XX 4. Isn’t the call to butcher the indigenous a hate crime? XX

    Yes…. But more than that, it is an “Incitement to genocide” and is a crime that the European court at the Haag should be taking care of.

    But then, THEY all appear to be looked after by their suidaephobic, rag headed arabian sugar daddys. So THEY are not going to risk their fat brown envelopes, passed under the table in some back street Hookha (Or should that be Hooker?)cafè, now, are they?

  9. MadNumismatist
    February 9, 2015 at 3:48 pm

    As mentioned at NO; whwre are the legal challenges to this shit; why are no lawyers on the case bringing private prosecutions? either against the protestors, or the government facilitators/ police?

  10. Robert the Biker
    February 9, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    Another of the monkey-boys in the papers today, had plans to ambush a soldier and behead him in imitation of the shit who murdered Lee Rigby. I just wish some of these mutts would run into a few large squaddies somewhere quiet without too many around to see, be an education for them in how hard they ARENT. 😈

  11. February 9, 2015 at 4:06 pm

    Actually, opinion is that it was an old photo but not THAT old and it was in the MSM after the demo, so the points still remain.

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