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For many years now, the Met has behaved like the British colonial authorities in imperial days. Believing they could not win the hearts and minds of the locals, they have appeased their leaders to keep some sort of order. Assorted Muslim “community leaders”, some linked to extremist groups, have been invited to police the police in their dealings with Muslims. During one recent march, a “river to the sea” extremist, Attiq Malik, even joined the police in their control room.

In this sense, Mrs Braverman’s criticisms were right. Her newspaper article on Thursday may have been injudicious, given her situation, but what it said was essentially correct. 

Yes, “senior police officers” do “play favourites when it comes to protesters”. Compare the treatment you might receive for being a solitary, silent, praying anti-abortionist or a lockdown protester with the freedom to run amok enjoyed by Black Lives Matter, and you will note the difference in police warmth. 

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For them, a march is not so much free speech as a power-grab.

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2023/11/10/met-peaceful-march-british-society-terrible-price/

 

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They couldnt!

They wouldnt!

They have!

Due to the lack of anyone else to replace the politically late Braverman, they are, according to the BBC, going to appoint David Cameron as Foreign secretary!

But Cameron is no longer an MP! No matter, they are actually going to make him a Lord so they can appoint him to a cabinet post!

Words fail me. This is is the cherry on the top of the turd pie of the last 13 years. I am horrified and fascinated by turns.

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7 hours ago, Stuart Galbraith said:

They couldnt!

They wouldnt!

They have!

Due to the lack of anyone else to replace the politically late Braverman, they are, according to the BBC, going to appoint David Cameron as Foreign secretary!

But Cameron is no longer an MP! No matter, they are actually going to make him a Lord so they can appoint him to a cabinet post!

Words fail me. This is is the cherry on the top of the turd pie of the last 13 years. I am horrified and fascinated by turns.

YES!💪

Lord Cameron of Bullingdon!👑

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'I was boarnnnn, in a Crossfire Hurricannnnne.....'

Here is the problem with modern Britain. The middle class, instead of getting out and creating jobs for the rest of the British economy, they have offshore trust funds so they can go and pick fluff out their belly button worrying about intractable shit like this.

At least the football hooligans are honest about wanting a scrap.

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It is strange that the British media - starting with BBC, The Guardian, but also the Telegraph etc did not say that the Far Right have been in hundreds of thousands in British streets.

https://www.samizdata.net/2023/11/samizdata-quote-of-the-day-the-far-right-have-indeed-been-on-our-streets/

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Far right is supposedly to look like this:

– are racist and intolerant towards other ethnic and religious groups

– harbour prejudice against sexual minorities

– consider women inferior to men and treat them as second-class citizens

– use violence to achieve their political objectives and incite violence in public

In other words, the “far right” have been on British streets for weeks chanting genocidal slogans, calling for Jihad and saying things like “death to all the Jews” and “Hitler knew how to deal with these people”.

 

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Suella Braverman was fired for calling the Far Right march a hate meeting and accusing the police of treating the hatemonger Right Wing with kid gloves.

 

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Braverman was fired for lots of reasons, but not for calling a far right march a hate meeting. She was fired for writing a story, critical of the policeforce she was ultimately responsible for, without bothering to get the go ahead from her boss, the Prime Minister. It also didnt help she called the homeless living on the streets 'a lifestyle choice'. In short, she was Labours best electorial weapon.

Once again its people picking up grains of sand and making black pearls out of them.

 

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2 hours ago, Ssnake said:

A brave woman fighting the establishment, robbed once more of her career chances when on the cusp of overthrowing the partiarchy.

Almost, almost mind you, made hot coffee flow through the nostrils :D

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