Line in the sand 1 – respecting the constabulary

Lits 1: Respect the constabulary
Lits 2: Social media, weekend’s events
Lits 3: Nothing to impede the invasion
Lits 4: Will west heed warning

The expression line in the sand has this origin:

Biblical link to John 8:6. Some have (perhaps erroneously) interpreted Jesus’ writing in the sand, as drawing a line in the sand in order to address those who are about to stone a woman caught in adultery. However, the literal translation is not that he drew a line in the sand, but that he “wrote” (or “drew lines” in some translations) in the sand, an important distinction.

The exact origin of the phrase is unknown: the Oxford English Dictionary suggests a transitional use from 1950, but a definitely figurative use only as late as 1978.

In Britain, it’s better known as red line or red lines – whatever the usage, it’s a useful expression and a way of bringing this as a mini-series today in which the first post can be linked in the sidebar and keyposts page for later accessibility.

Let’s get started. For those without Twitter, I’ll explain straight after it:

If all you could get was the picture, then the police went down that main street dressed in gay outfits with silly flags and whirling things on their heads. The officer in the footage then approached people sitting at tables having snacks and started drawing things on their arms, spinning round in silly pirouettes, a la The Joker in Batman, before moving onto the next victim.

It was not OK, for many reasons which will pass many people by today, including the Brazilian electrician killer’s police force’s minds.

Even were it for a good cause, which it was not, not in the opinion of most conservatives, if it were a cause such as disabled children or opening a new, apolitical community centre, a serving officer, in uniform, who has the power to arrest you for not enjoying it, would be well out of order.

But compound that with the police forces’ and courts’ highly selective choices on which soft target to do a dawn raid on, with helicopters, mass officer turnout etc., at taxpayer expense, whilst letting actual crims off the hook, then the mood of the people is not going to be pro-Plod in the first place.

There is also the smouldering resentment over this whole gay thing forced down the throats of every adult and child whether they like it or not – in all the media, in entertainment – wherever you turn, you get bludgeoned by the Narrative.  and the sickening spectacle of kids turned into drag queens and having ‘discussions’ about sexual orientation at 4 years of age at school, let alone being converted to Islam.

Why are those headteachers not both fired and incarcerated?

And yet these officers act the clown over one side of a highly politicised issue, expecting there’s nothing wrong at all, everyone happy and if any one of those diners had objected, he’d have been taken down to the station for questioning.

Not funny in the least, not fun in any way, shape or form – in fact the whole spectacle was grotesque.

And who was it sent them out to do this ‘community policing’ when they can’t even tackle crime and protect demonstrators and people from the demonstrators – equally, on both sides?

Leaving that aside – why is this whole perverted lbheebeegeebee thing always tricked out in frivolity, as if it’s all fun and games? That is pure satanism – again, cue The Joker in Batman. It’s grotesque … and it’s sick.

6 comments for “Line in the sand 1 – respecting the constabulary

  1. July 1, 2019 at 07:06

    There’s one right now on social media, think it’s in the US, some grown man is lying naked on the floor, face up and the teacher is getting the small kid, maybe year one, to approach and touch him.

    If you’re a parent of a child, are you fine with that? Or would you expect that teacher and head to be fired? They’ve not just taken leave of their senses, they’ve done so criminally.

  2. Old Peculier
    July 1, 2019 at 07:14

    The teacher and the man lying on the floor should be charged with child abuse!
    If I were that childs father and the police refused to do anything I damn well would!

    This is downright evil.

    • July 1, 2019 at 07:47

      And yet, in the background are young women, presumably mothers or teachers, applauding – this is what it has come to.

  3. Lord T
    July 1, 2019 at 11:23

    Plod have lost all respect in this country.

    Although it is pretty much the same across the country. Although most of them are just doing their jobs, taxing…. sorry prosecuting motorists for minor traffic offences, enforcing stupid speed limits and making sure nobody upsets a minority in any way there most think it is crazy but still want a job, others are chasing killers, although unlike on the TV their success rate leaves something to be desired.

    It needs to change at the top before Plod will be respected again. None of the clowns in the position to do that think there is a problem to solve. So not much chance of that changing.

  4. July 1, 2019 at 12:10

    I am a minority. The cops don’t go around protecting me.

    Once was I respected the Law and the Officers sworn to uphold it. But that is now a fading memory.

    The ‘Law’ is not there for my benefit anymore.

    • Mark Matis
      July 1, 2019 at 16:51

      The Only Ones exist to:

      1. Protect their Masters.

      2. Protect their bruthas and sistas in the Blue Wall.

      3. Generate revenue.

      Anything else they may do is purely coincidental.

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