Ain’t That The Truth!

Man is attacked by a (probably fake) gun wielding thug on his front doorstep. And what’s the reaction from the police?

Christopher has just received one further call from the police. They weren’t ringing with news of an arrest (the attacker is still at large). They were asking various questions about his mental state. For Christopher holds a shotgun licence and they wanted to check that he wasn’t about to do anything silly. All of a sudden, it transpired, he was the threat to public order.

It is, of course, so much easier to monitor law-abiding people who register sporting weapons than thugs who attack people with illegal ones.

Quite! It’s called the path of least resistance, and you can expect the police to take it every time these days.

His story, sadly, is not unusual these days. Rather, it is just another reminder of the gradual but profoundly unsettling decline in our confidence in the authorities to keep us safe.

Respect for the police, once automatic and unquestioned, has given way to a corrosive blend of resignation and pity.

And who’s fault is that? It’s not entirely the usual suspects, is it? Yes, there’s an element of ‘cuts’, but it’s amazing how many officers they can muster at times. Usually times when they know there’s going to be little resistance.

We think it is partly because their numbers are being reduced. It is also because they are run by managerial box-tickers whose overarching concern in any given situation is to not cause offence.

In which case, more bodies in the farces isn’t going to make a blind bit of difference. And will, in fact, make things worse. As they will immediately be sent out to things that aren’t really crimes.

And maybe they won’t even have to leave the office!

An increased police presence — both on the streets and in cyberspace — must surely be part of the solution. Equally important, though, is the need for a change in police culture, particularly at the top.

I’d argue it’s actually far more important.

Having taken giant leaps in its attempts to shake off the stigma of ‘institutional racism’, police chiefs have shifted to a default position of institutional cringe. They now place being liked over and above being feared.

And as a consequence, they aren’t feared. As we can all see.

25 comments for “Ain’t That The Truth!

  1. October 8, 2018 at 12:57 pm

    Straight out of the Common Purpose Marxist mantra of “leading beyond authority”. Rather than do the job they are actually employed to do, the Police upper echelons think their officers are aparrently employed to do Social Engineering and enforce multiculturalism and enforce cultural Marxism and prosecute “Hate Speech”(which is only defined as speech which causes offence): a pretty low threshold.

    If it’s not cultural Marxism, then the Police have along with Government established many “absolute” laws which can be easily prosecuted rather than get involved with the messy business of protracted investigations and collecting evidence. Why waste all that time and money when the suspect may be innocent?

    You can see this mentality in the recent spate of cases where evidence has been omitted in court or blatantly ignored in order to effect a prosecution.

    Apparently the rule of law gets in the way it seems.

  2. john in cheshire
    October 8, 2018 at 3:27 pm

    The change in how the police are now directed to behave was clearly demonstrated to me when I watched the pack of hyenas who arrested Tommy Robinson in Leeds. There were at least six of them, they were clearly enjoying their work and they treated him as though he was a dangerous terrorist. It was a disgusting sight to behold.

    Firstly, Tommy Robinson was performing his role as a reporter. I don’t believe any hack from the MSM would have been arrested.

    Secondly, all that needed to happen was for one police man to have a quiet word with Tommy Robinson and tell him what he was doing wrong; I’m sure Tommy Robinson would have immediately stopped whatever it was.

    I suppose the surprise is that they weren’t all armed or that they didn’t use the opportunity to Taser him.

    It’s going to be a long time before the police recover any respect that they used to have and by their actions, the London met. and the Yorkshire police have no intention of changing their behaviour.

  3. Pcar
    October 8, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    West Midlands Police is on the news all the time lately due to a huge violent crime wave sweeping the region, but for some reason, they seem to think they can focus on distracted drivers and sitting on the top deck of buses while dropping investigations of burglaries.

  4. October 8, 2018 at 9:27 pm

    The demise of Plod.

  5. john in cheshire
    October 9, 2018 at 9:06 am

    JuliaM, for info, I posted a comment yesterday and it’s hasn’t appeared. It’s happened from time to time on other blog sites but never here.

    Keep up the good work.

  6. Pcar
    October 9, 2018 at 10:23 pm

    Spinless

    The Acting Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police was present at the Westminster terror attack in 2017, but stayed in his car with the doors locked.

    Tim Newman covers it too.

    • Bill
      October 10, 2018 at 5:56 pm

      See if you can find the video on the Mails site of the car ‘leaving’ and get it as big as you can on the screen you have and tell me where that black fellow comes from.

      He either pops up from crouching down behind the black barrier or he gets out of the car. Whatever he doesn’t run in from outside the gates as we were told he did.

      And no I didn’t spot this number one son did just as he spotted the blond doctor who allegedley walked across the bridge assessing the injured whilst on the move (there has never been a single picture produced of this particular walk of shame) was actually an actress being coached from behind the camera, also on the Mails site for anyone who doesn’t yet realise the event was not what we were told it was.

      • Pcar
        October 10, 2018 at 9:43 pm

        @Bill

        Link for car leaving vid please

        • Bill
          October 11, 2018 at 11:58 am

          Apologies the video is a Times production not a Mail one.
          Been trying to find it all morning, as only one of two videos of ‘the shooting’ one would think it would be easy to find but no. The other one shot on a mobile phone is cut and edited so is of no use at all.

          Well its behind the paywall.
          https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/entrance-left-open-for-minutes-after-attack-fszq60hjg

          Was a link on Sam Coates Twitter feed from 2017 but do not know how to pull up Twitter feeds from over a year ago.

          Will keep looking though.

          • Pcar
            October 11, 2018 at 11:49 pm

            @Bill

            I found Dr Attractive Female name (lost – PC crash) on iirc an ITV interview. Google Dr x x, vids only. Not checked GMC Reg.

            I’m really flummoxed by this, I find it difficult to believe UK Gov’t could be so corrupt, then I remember Blair & Clinton and shudder.

            Re vid, what you need is to grab the CDN link eg brightcove, youtube, zencdn

            • Bill
              October 12, 2018 at 9:05 am

              Yes tis indeed hard to get yer noggin round and to be honest a tad scary. Realising one has ‘been had’ for decades is too much for any to bear, amongst friends, former friends, aquaintances.

              Once I had calmed down and began looking at what people do, not what they say/write/are told they said and wrote, at a local level the corruption became clear.

              Thanks for the info regarding CDN link but it is beyond my ken.

              • Pcar
                October 12, 2018 at 11:30 pm

                @Bill

                I don’t doubt mad RoPer murdered PC Keith Palmer outside HoP and Sir Coward fled.

                What I don’t understand is why Gov’t & MSM are so seemingly dishonest by embellishing & exaggerating what occurred whilst protecting & exulting RoPers in next breath:
                https://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=378OYA4OUDB2

                Fake News: the BBC/CNN organised & directed RoP “march” was a real wake-up.

                “Oh! What A Tangled Web We Weave When First We Practice To Deceive”

                Honesty is best policy.

              • Pcar
                October 13, 2018 at 9:36 pm

                Re Fake News vid mentioned, this:

                “…This doesn’t appear to have been an ‘organic’ protest against terrorism, instead, it looks very much like CNN staged their outrage…”

                Watch the broadcast `Pro-Muslim´ CNNi Segment
                https://www.mediaite.com/tv/watch-the-original-pro-muslim-cnni-segment-thats-outraged-the-alt-right-for-being-staged/

                Now watch the behind the cameras view:
                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ObbTX_nMGk

                Disgusting behaviour by CNN

                Why the hell are Met Police aiding and abetting this act of forgery?

  7. Pcar
    October 10, 2018 at 9:43 pm

    Met Police deputy commissioner Sir Craig Mackey admitted to leaving the scene of Westminster terror attack as he had no protective equipment. Dal Babu and Peter Bleksley discuss whether or not he made the right decision during the situation.

    Guess what view “Dal Babu” the PC PC takes.

    Furious police officers have also recently been sharing images of Sir Craig Mackey holding a white feather of cowardice after news of his actions emerged.

    Mackey should return has Knighthood and pension.

  8. Bill
    October 13, 2018 at 9:06 am

    And on the ‘murder’ we differ.
    As far as I can ascertain the scenes on the bridge were a either an emergency services drill filmed who knows when or the entire thing was all show again filmed who knows when. The ginger actor and his patners are evidence of this and the famous chap taking part is evidence of how far up the tree this deception goes.

    The scenes filmed inside the grounds of Parliament were filmed twice, at least if the pictorial and video evidence is true and again who knows when. The coat on coat off man on the phone surrounded by different players in the two pictures is evidence of this as is the paramedic ‘faux pas’.

    On the day all that remained was to stage a ‘show’ of some description and release the flood of pre-recorded images and interviews across the mainstream media.

    I say again the most experienced, the most active paramedic service in the land would not load a patient into an ambulance the wrong way round especially one who is potentially dying of his wounds.

    There is simply no way to know who if anyone was in the car filmed leaving through the entrance gate and not the equally open exit gate other than a driver. All we are given is the medias word the same media whose people named the ‘killer’ within hours.

    The media is not what we are told it is, free. It is and always has been the propaganda arm of the state. I figured this out after reading Richard Norths Battle of Britain site where he details all that was said and all that was done and the former is pure lies.

    The site is gone but his book is worth the read “The Many Not The Few”.

    This state deception is not limited by borders as the texting ‘corpse’ outside the rear of the Bataclan theatre proves.

    For a different take on the Westminster events have a read of A Bridge Too Far serialised in three parts here or on Amazon in e-book form.

    https://chrisspivey.org/a-bridge-too-far-part-1/

    To control the opposition ‘we’ have to be the opposition. That’s the game in play.

    • Bill
      October 13, 2018 at 10:18 am

      A 35 second video that is either accurate or is faked.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsqn3FnnOfY

      If accurate then why didn’t the other ‘gate guard’ cop draw his firearm and shoot the stabber?
      Why was it left to the two men in quilted jackets to run over from inside Parliament and shoot him instead?
      Why didn’t the stabber continue on into the square having downed one gate guard and gone past the other. Surely he would have been shot beyond the fallen body not behind it as he would be running towards the men in quilted jackets and they towards him?

      If fake who faked it and why?

    • Pcar
      October 13, 2018 at 9:37 pm

      @Bill

      I said “murder” not “murderS”, specifically muder of PC Keith Palmer by RoPer

      The others, I’m inclined to be believe were fake to hype event. The why is a conundrum – why promote story that ROP murdered lots when Govv’t bends over to accommodate, defend and glorify RoP.

      Blair & David Kelly was the wake up call.

      • Bill
        October 14, 2018 at 10:32 am

        Apologies for my lack of clarity. No-one was murdered as far as I can tell. The reasoning for this is very simple and it is laid out in previous comments.

        I spent the best part of yesterday reading through all three parts of bridge too far paying close attention to the content of the images.
        May I ask you go to the end of third part and have a look at the ‘amateur’ footage of the event taken by ‘boxers’. There are two series of frames from these video’s. Just have a look at them. I didn’t realise there were two versions of the amateur footage.

        https://chrisspivey.org/a-bridge-too-far-part-3/

        • Pcar
          October 17, 2018 at 9:37 pm

          TL;DR

          Plus bad colour scheme makes reading difficult.

          Since Blair I have no trust in Gov’t, State, Police and Judiciary.

          OT but same:
          Mendacity, duplicity, subterfuge and misjudgement. How I saw an establishment coup wreck a clean Brexit.

          Incompetence and being accident-prone is one thing, but guile, subterfuge, undermining the basic tenets of Cabinet government, setting up a parallel governance structure peopled by true believers and sycophants, sidelining Parliament and selling out your solemn promises on, inter alia, leaving the Customs Union and removing the United Kingdom from the remit of the European Court of Justice, is something quite different, and invites scorn rather than sympathy.

          Duplicity and mendacity has become a specialism in this administration: how can you nuance a capitulation on a long-held commitment to having no border in the Irish Sea, and then try to convince your party that gifting the province to Brussels as a colony, at least in respect of its regulatory regime, is fine and dandy?

          A genuine attempt to make good her seemingly sincere pledges to strive for a comprehensive trade deal, with a consequent rebuff from the EU, would have elicited admiration from her own Party and the wider country for her plucky efforts. It would have consolidated her reputation for diligence, hard work and commitment to public service. It would have enabled most Conservative MPs to forget that she was elected not because she had any particular merit or talent, but because she was the last woman standing.

          And then, of course, there is her abysmal performance as a “presidential” candidate at last year’s general election, and the lack of emotional intelligence that blew a 21 per cent poll lead in just seven weeks…

          Not just every party member but every adult in the country should read this piece . It confirms the depths of the lies and duplicity which this odious Prime Minister and the establishment string pullers have inflicted on the people of this nation.

          We have in power at present the most dishonest and corrupt regime in UK modern history, worse than Blair. It is shameful that Conservative MP’s of any political persuasion can support her remaining in power , even by default , for a single day longer . From without and within our democratic system is under siege.

          • Bill
            October 19, 2018 at 9:44 am

            TL;DR
            Sorry not a clue what that combination means.

            Yes the wording colours take some getting used to which is why I focus on the images. Thanks for taking the time to look at them

            • Pcar
              October 19, 2018 at 10:59 pm

              TL;DR, short for “too long; didn’t read” – google it

              Finished Pt3 today, he put a lot of time into that and is plausible.

              However, I’d like to see a detailed rebuttal before reaching a conclusion..

              More-so given author’s bad reputation.

              • Bill
                October 20, 2018 at 8:13 am

                Thanks. I know now.

                As for the articles; fair go.

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