Speakers’ Corner – a retired officer speaks

Can’t put anything live but this is near enough:

Quite a few of Plod there:

Ah, Raheem finally reports:

12 comments for “Speakers’ Corner – a retired officer speaks

  1. March 18, 2018 at 15:38


  2. The Blocked Dwarf
    March 18, 2018 at 15:47

    Pleased to see the Kekistan flag ….at least I hope its the Kekistan one.
    Ic eom Kekistan!

  3. March 18, 2018 at 15:57

    Now watch the BBC report absolutely nothing favourably later in the news.

    Mark – yes.

    BD – go, Kekistan!

    • Chuckles
      March 18, 2018 at 16:50

      The don’t seem to have noticed it, so perhaps you mean ‘watch the BBC report absolutely nothing’?

  4. March 18, 2018 at 16:34

    Salute that man.

  5. March 19, 2018 at 01:48

    If many rank and file police officers disagree with the politicisation of the police but go along with it anyway then they’re as guilty as the senior officers. If they’re prepared to go along with the political agenda because hey it’s a well-paid job and they don’t want to lose their pensions then they’re even more contemptible than those senior officers.

    Evil thrives because good men do nothing. And the good men who do nothing are worse than the bad men.

    • March 19, 2018 at 04:57

      That has always been the eternal dilemma – who will bell the cat? Especially if there’s a home, mortgage, wife and kids.

      • March 20, 2018 at 00:04

        That has always been the eternal dilemma – who will bell the cat? Especially if there’s a home, mortgage, wife and kids.

        It isn’t easy to take a stand but there are plenty of better jobs than being a policeman.

        Once you make the decision that you’re going to obey orders even when you know it’s wrong then you will inevitably keep obeying orders even as those orders become more and more outrageous and more and more obviously immoral. You will end by cheerfully rounding up people to be sent to the GULAGs.

        We need to stop giving the police respect that they don’t deserve. They’re just paid servants of the state and they serve the state, not the people. If the state becomes corrupted they go on serving it. Their loyalty is to those who pay them. Dixon of Dock Green was fiction and in any case is long dead.

        • March 20, 2018 at 02:22

          And what happens if a public servant stands up against their employer (the government)?

          In my world public servants have taken that stand many times…

          Only to be labelled as dire enemies of society by people who who confuse ideological politics with fundamental issues.

          • March 20, 2018 at 05:00

            Yes, it’s the age old dilemma and there are two items coming up today here:

            1. An employee tricked into a company ambush where they had every detail on him, company and private.

            2. A Christian expected to do wrong.

            As for plenty of other jobs – a person’s work history follows him and he gets passed over, blackballed etc.

            This did happen to me and I suspect Cherie has a tale of what she saw.

            In the case of Tommy, it’s fallen to the most unlikely person and there really is what was at first a national responsibility people expected from him but now it’s increasingly about this issue we’re discussing.

            He’s going to have far more traction in this broader area now agin the PTB than just nationalism. And it’s more than just academic now, it’s real for an increasing number. Shall have to get the thoughts in order.

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