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PC GUL HAS BEEN ON A COURSE

By Pete Moore On January 26th, 2019

This story appears to be true, that a man was investigated for retweeting a limerick. Unroll please –

It cannot be said too often that the police are no longer on our side. They are paramilitaries for the PC state, soaked in radical Marxist dogma which is shoved into their minds on the many courses they must attend. It is exactly what Orwell’s 1984 described, the policing of Thoughtcrime.

19 Responses to “PC GUL HAS BEEN ON A COURSE”

  1. Oh, they have been on courses alright..

    https://wikileaks.org/wiki/Common_purpose

  2. Your police could do a better job protecting the public if they stopped harassing innocent people

    What a complete waste of time their management are

  3. What a complete waste of time their management are

    There management “lead beyond authority”.

    That in itself is dangerous.

  4. *Their

  5. I can identify the best policing leaders of this generation in the United States ( Bratton, Maple etc ). They had a maniacal focus on stopping bad guys from hitting little old ladies from being hit over the head.

    Who are the policing “ leaders “ in Britain who have put the focus on catching twitterers and the like above preventing actual crime. How does this abuse by cops happen under a so called conservative government

  6. Phantom

    The top Common Purpose drone is Cressida Dick.

  7. Pete Moore

    It is exactly what Orwell’s 1984 described, the policing of Thoughtcrime.

    No. It’s not. I love the way people who quote Orwell’s novel the most, are the ones who haven’t actually read it, or if they have, certainly don’t understand it.

    I agree that the police investigating these cans of incidences, is a joke and a waste of everybody’s time.

  8. The top Common Purpose drone is Cressida Dick.

    She ordered the hit on Jean-Charles de Menezes even when she knew that he was unarmed and uninvolved in 7/7……

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/3144996/Jean-Charles-de-Menezes-shooting-Police-commander-went-to-wrong-room-for-strategy-meeting.html

    Jean Charles de Menezes shooting: Police commander went to wrong room for strategy meeting
    Cressida Dick, the commander of a police firearms operation that mistakenly killed Jean Charles de Menezes, missed the start of an important meeting that morning because she went to the wrong room, an inquest has heard.

    Mr De Menezes, 27, a Brazilian electrician, was shot seven times in the head at Stockwell underground station in south London by police marksmen after being mistaken for a terror suspect.

  9. Common Purpose are going after the children now.

    “It’s your turn”

  10. Harri

    Is that a tagline from a new movie?

  11. Dave.

    If it was.

    It would be a horror movie.

  12. Supposedly this is what he retweeted or liked

    https://twitter.com/EllieRestless/status/1065591991411585024

    It is not a Limerick

  13. “I can identify the best policing leaders of this generation in the United States ( Bratton, Maple etc ). They had a maniacal focus on stopping bad guys from hitting little old ladies from being hit over the head.”

    I don’t agree with the concept of ‘hate crimes’. However, surely this is an extension of Bratton’s broken windows theory. If you allow small crimes to go unpunished then it will create an environment where people think those crimes are ok – making them more likely to take the next step and commit more serious crimes.

    If verbally attacking transgender people is ok then does it not normalise anti-trans behaviour? And if so does that make a person more likely to physically attack a trans person? So by policing these sort of things they can actually reduce the risk of actual violence against trans people?

  14. For some technical reason, I can’t see any of these tweets so I don’t know what was said

    I think that the ever expanding definition of the fairly recent invention that is hate crimes are a problem, an offense in themselves

    The misled UK police are part of the problem in the UK

    They don’t care about crime, they care about some jerk sending a tweet,

  15. A cop who spends eight hours watching tweets one day is a cop who hasn’t attempted to deal with crime all day

    Are any of the useless British politicians even talking about this, even the so-called conservative ones?

  16. I would suggest that a police officer doesn’t spend eight hours a day watching twitter. I would say that a member of the public has sent the tweet to the police for investigation, who then looked at it.

  17. Lesson #1: Do not under any circumstance use any form of social media.

  18. Eddie

    ATW is social media

    And I’d imagine that the useless tweeting platoon of the Met Police read it daily

  19. Phantom.

    The fact that the police haven’t had a chat with Allan, leads me to believe that they don’t frequent this site very often. 😁

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