Resign? Bollocks; he’s done nowt wrong!

I do not, as a rule, write in support of either the Police in general, or senior Policemen in particular. It is accepted, outside of the fashionable Lefty-Liberal chattering classes circles where such thinking  never abounds, that the Police have been transformed, over the years, into a politically-correct virtual arm of a) the political elite of this Nation, and b) a tool for ever greater social change towards the Left. We see an apparent acceptance that some criminals are left alone because it is ‘too difficult’ to entrap and prosecute them; we see many situations where even mere children are virtually terrified into submission WITHIN THEIR SCHOOLS as headteachers involve the police in an attempt to punish what are mischievous children’s misdemeanours. We see Muslim gangs bent on mischief ignored; whilst their White opposition bands are routinely arrested and charged in what seems to be an attempt to subvert the Rule of Law.

Time after time, we see the results of injudicious promotions to senior Police positions when the headlines emerge of corruption, sexual licence, favouritism and even criminal behaviour. Just because a police officer has served for a certain length of time, or because he or she has a good university degree; should not be taken as licence for automatic promotion. We have all seen the results of behaviour such as that.

But I do write in total support of the chief constable of South Yorkshire, whose very livelihood is now at risk because of the whimsical behaviour of the local Police & Crime Commissioner. The statements made by the Chief Constable are public knowledge, and thus do not need repeating in these pages; but I for one believe that it needed to be said: because in my view, the whole Hillsborough Inquest saga has been nothing but a politically-inspired witch hunt, stoked by the alleged ‘Independent Inquiry’ fanned by the legal profession working for the allegedly-heart-broken families; with the flames lit by these same allegedly-broken-hearted families.

When a stacked jury states that “The jury also concluded that Liverpool fans were not to blame for what happened,” after evidence came out that, although the police actions contributed to the deaths, the main factor was the onrush of over one thousand Liverpool so-called fans into a section of the stand which was already hopelessly overcrowded. That was why those people died, and for no other cause. The Police & Crime Commissioner should be ashamed of himself, as he furthers the cause of scapegoating a senior policeman, instead of standing by his man as he knows he should. Bloody disgrace!

6 comments for “Resign? Bollocks; he’s done nowt wrong!

  1. The Jannie
    September 30, 2016 at 5:43 pm

    “the main factor was the onrush of over one thousand Liverpool so-called fans into a section of the stand which was already hopelessly overcrowded”

    Sorry, you can’t say that. To do so would interfere with a stitchup which has been sanctioned at the highest (or should that be lowest) levels.

  2. mona
    September 30, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    All Chief Constables are arsholes, but not all arsholes are Chief Constables.

  3. Stonyground
    September 30, 2016 at 8:39 pm

    Wasn’t part of the problem due to the fact that the fans were being kept in cages? Why was it standard practice to keep football fans in cages? Were they in the habit of behaving like wild animals?

    • ivan
      September 30, 2016 at 9:11 pm

      Yes to your last question. There was also the question whether they were actual club supporters or just yobs that wanted to brawl.

  4. Mudplugger
    September 30, 2016 at 9:12 pm

    Although the Hillsborough issue was clearly brought about by the habitual behaviour of some Liverpool ‘fans’ (not the 96 who died, crushed at the front by the pressure of those newcomers at the back) and the flames of indignation were then fanned by the opportunist emotional knee-jerking so common in that city, the real criticism of South Yorkshire Police is about the post-event cover-up – the blatant lies, distortion and collusion, all undertaken with official leadership, which had conspired to eliminate any element of responsibility from the force.

    The suspended Chief Constable had instructed the force’s lawyers to maintain that stance throughout the recent enquiry, hence he was considered part of the problem for perpetuating the obfuscation.

    None of this would have happened if the errant Liverpool ‘fans’ had not conducted themselves the way they did, and the later ‘scandal’ would never have happened if the South Yorkshire Police had not conducted themselves the way they did.

    No-one comes out of this well, although some may emerge richer, especially the lawyers, as usual.

    • October 4, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      System did it again, sorry.

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