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Feeling sad? Quick, call the South Yorkshire police!

(Thursday blog)

Remember the South Yorkshire police? They’re the ones who looked the other way for at least 15 years while ‘Asian’ gangs were raping and brutalising thousands of underage white girls in many towns in their area. Maybe some of South Yorkshire’s Boys (and butch Girls?) in Blue were even enthusiastically participating in the rapes? Who knows?

Anyway, South Yorkshire’s finest apparently have so little crime to deal with that they’re asking the public to contact them about any incident or comment on the Internet or Tweet or blog or whatever – whether criminal or not – which makes them feel “sad” or “upset”.

Here’s the whole story including an interview a clearly exasperated Julia Hartley-Brewer did with South Yorkshire’s wrongly-titled Police and Crime Commissioner. Perhaps he should be called the “Thought Police and non-Crime Commissioner”?

Please read this and weep for your once great country.

As for me, the spineless, treacherous, libtard, limp-wristed, politically-correct behaviour of the South Yorkshire police makes me “sad” and “upset”. Does this mean I should report the South Yorkshire police to the South Yorkshire police?

Here’s a link to the story:

3 comments to Feeling sad? Quick, call the South Yorkshire police!

  • A Thorpe

    I remember a time in South Yorkshire when the police used to give kids a clip round the ear for being rude and that is what the adults wanted to teach us a lesson. Now it looks like hug a criminal is the option.

  • Michael Anthony Wood


    Off topic.

    There is an article on the Conservative Woman web site about the university situation.
    I have put a link to your book on there!

  • Pete-Southampton

    Mark Carney, the Banksters boy goes into high gear on Project Fear.Send him packing back to Goldmansachs his boss.

    The same day the US announced it plans a second round of “very severe” sanctions on Russia over the use of a nerve agent in connection to the West’s allegations surrounding the Skripal poisoning, the alleged perpetrators of the poison attack have appeared on RT News for an exclusive interview with RT’s Editor-in-Chief Margarita Simonyan.

    Suffice it to say the whole strange Skripal saga just got a lot more bizarre. The pair told Simonyan in the televised interview that they had nothing to do with it, but were very excited to visit the famous Salisbury cathedral as mere sightseers and were in the Salisbury town briefly on two consecutive days, but that they are not GRU agents or Russian spies.

    “Our friends had been suggesting for a long time that we visit this wonderful town,” they said, and explained that after the short visit, their “whole lives were turned upside down” as they suddenly became “framed tourists” caught up in the Skripal cause after being falsely accused by UK authorities.

    The UK Government becomes more pathetic with each passing day, what an embarrassment we are. I am ashamed of my British passport.

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