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Protecting The British Police

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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 08:48 AM
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National Vice-Chair Calum Macleod calls on MPs to Protect The Protectors ahead of the Labour and Conservative party conferences.

. . . who protects the protectors? The answer is of course the Federation, as it's our duty as a staff association, but the answer also lies with Parliament.


More than the Federation and Parliament the answer lies with us.


Primarily, we want to achieve: . . . better training and access to equipment such as . . . body-worn video.


They want body-worn video. I think all of us with nothing to hide can agree with that. Personally I love giving details of high level crime committed by intelligence agencies and senior police to their body-worn cameras, but I'm just Mr. Awkward.




When the Police Federations started asking activists to protect British policing very few responded.


We can't elicit support for a cause on ATS, as I discovered when I started a thread called, 'Forget The Olympics, Let's Have A Coup Instead'. It was 404'd in less than three minutes. So I can't ask you here to 'protect the protectors'.

But I can say surely isn't it logical now? With everything we've seen running concurrently with the drop in police numbers and the concerted war against British Policing carried out by Theresa May and others of her ilk, totally enabled by the traitor-spook controlled mainstream media.

Hillsborough, Orgreave and the Beanfield Ambush were all run by military, intelligence, corrupt senior police and commercial interests as social control exercises incorporating anti-constabulary black ops. A bit of truth on those issues wouldn't go amiss.



It is time now to Protect The Protectors.





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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 09:34 AM
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Break it to then come along and save it,


Police training has been going down hill for the last decade, Hendon which was one of the main training centres for the Met has all but closed and the land sold off, no longer do the new officers have a residential intensive training program they just f#ck them off with home study.

When the Police are looked at as enforcement and not f#cking customer service reps then we may get somewhere, look at the numbers of officers that have left the "Job" in the last few years it is a bloody epidemic, why? because there is no support, the system is firmly against good officers as they bring in results and as such it increases crime figures which is a big no no. Call it doctoring the stats if you will..

On top of all that the pay for new officers is sh#t and the older ones on the high rate they want to get rid off!!...


And people wonder why we have a massive crime situation in the capital!!!!!!......



RA
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posted on Sep, 24 2017 @ 02:24 PM
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They seem to think that by making a Degree in Policing compulsory for entry that this will do away with actual training!

Ludicrous

Who'd want to be a copper anyway when every time you go out "protecting" you run the risk of running foul of the pc brigade and your every movement and arrest has to be investigated by the Police Complaints Commission or an internal investigation? Our police are/were on the whole good lads and lasses now hamstrung by legislation pc fear and bureaurcracy and of course a clear target for both left & right



posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 07:18 AM
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Excuse me...

Lets be clear here... the victims of those operations included the police and their reputation, but the targets were the people, not the enforcers of the law in their official capacity, but the regular citizen.

Its a damned shame that the police and respect for them suffered as a result of these events, but lets not get confused about who the targets were.



posted on Sep, 25 2017 @ 12:51 PM
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Those shameful events have been used to give ammunition for all of us to deplore police actions on the day. It's the war against the traditional Office of Constable.

Take Plebgate for example. That one wasn't planned, just foolishly taken advantage of when it happened. It came about when Mitchell got the runs after a visit to a high class curry house, Bengali fried crab if my memory serves me correctly. For the sake of that establishment's reputation I'm blaming it on a naughty employee.

Here he is clenching it like a boss. He didn't want to spray all over the Downing Street bogs because of the covert surveillance cameras. He was sweating buckets trying to get out quick and find a more private throne.


But do we all remember how it ended?

www.theguardian.com...

Andrew Mitchell, the Tory MP and former cabinet minister at the centre of the Plebgate row lost his high court libel trial on Thursday in a ruling which sees him facing a legal bill of millions of pounds and leaves his political career in tatters.


He paid the pig eighty grand.

www.theguardian.com...

MP and former chief whip Andrew Mitchell has paid £80,000 in libel damages to the police officer he called a “#ing pleb” . . .


A thorough analysis of the smelly events.


Yet this one was used as an emotive tool against the police.

I'm sure I've brought this to your attention before, if not here it is. www.abovetopsecret.com...

Police are just members of the public paid and trained to carry out duties that are incumbent upon all of us. These black ops and misrepresented events are targeted at all of us.

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