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Politics - General Discussion / What is happening ?
« Last Post by the leveller on Yesterday at 07:45:57 PM »
I used to think I was just a regular guy, but . . . I was born white, which
now, whether I like it or not, makes me a racist;

I am a fiscal and moral conservative, which by today's standards, makes me
a fascist;

I am heterosexual, which according to gay folks, now makes me a homophobic;

I am non-union, which makes me a traitor to the working class and an ally
of big business;

I am a Christian, which now labels me as an infidel;

I am older than 70, which makes me a useless old man;

I think and I reason, therefore I doubt much that the main stream media
tells me, which must make me a reactionary;

I am proud of my heritage and our inclusive culture,
which makes me a xenophobe;

I value my safety and that of my family and I appreciate the police and the
legal system, which makes me a right-wing extremist;

I believe in hard work, fair play, & fair compensation according to each
individual's merits, which today makes me an anti-socialist;

I believe in the defense and protection of the homeland for and by all
citizens, which now makes me a militant;

Recently, a woman called me and my friends a “basket of deplorables”;

Please help me come to terms with the new me...   because
I'm just not sure who I am anymore!

I would like to thank all my friends for sticking with me through these
abrupt, new found changes in my life and my thinking - I
just can't imagine or understand what's happened to me so quickly.'s all just taken place over the last 7 or 8 years.

And, as if all this crap wasn't enough to deal with, I'm now afraid to go
into either restroom....

geism could become a hate crime under a review of the law to be announced by Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, as he revealed the racial abuse and threats he had suffered himself.
Mr Javid has asked the Law Commission to investigate whether ageism and misogyny should be recognised as hate crimes in the same way as offences motivated by hostility based on race, religion, sexual orientation or disability.
Charities estimate around one million older people are victims of physical, financial, psychological and sexual abuse each year yet say criminal convictions are rare and sentences too lenient.
They argue police and prosecutors would be able to take tougher action and apply for stronger sentences if hate crime could be taken into account as an aggravating factor in offences.
Mr Javid said the move was part of a review to make the legislation more effective: “Hate crime goes directly against the long-standing British values of unity, tolerance and mutual respect - and I am committed to stamping this sickening behaviour out.
“Our refreshed action plan sets out how we will tackle the root causes of prejudice and racism, support hate crime victims and ensure offenders face the full force of the law."

Writing in The Telegraph Mr Javid, a Muslim born to parents of Pakistani descent, revealed he had been branded a “coconut” and “Uncle Tom” by racists, derogatory terms used to accuse someone of betraying their race culture, and received Islamophobic hate mail. “I was sent a so-called ‘Punish a Muslim Day’ letter,” he writes. “No matter who you are, these attacks have a personal effect.
“Sadly we still hear incidents of intolerance, whether it’s a migrant being told they don’t belong, a disabled child being verbally abused, a Muslim woman having her veil torn off or anonymous keyboard cowards infecting the internet with hatred.”
Figures published today will show hate crimes have risen again, doubling to more than 80,000 since 2012-13, of which 63,000 involved race and 9,000 sexual orientation.
Increasing the scope of hate crime might lead to concerns that police resources could be stretched further as violent crime rises sharply. Some campaigners believe there should be greater focus on high volume crimes such as burglary and theft.
Mr Javid said he “would not hesitate to act” if the review found ways to improve the response to hate crime, including extending it to crimes against the elderly and misogyny, which would also requiring police forces to record them.

Guidelines have been introduced stipulating tougher sentences for fraudsters who target the vulnerable including the elderly. Each year money and precious belongings worth £42 million are still taken from pensioners targeted by criminals.
Of the one million cases of abuse against the elderly, charities say only 0.3 per cent result in successful criminal convictions. In 2016-17, there was a decrease in police referrals to the CPS for crimes against older people compared to a year earlier from 3,568 to 3,467, resulting in 2,783 suspects charged.
Gary FitzGerald, the chief executive of Action on Elder Abuse which has campaigned for a change in the law, said: “The UK now has an opportunity to join other countries including the US, Japan and Israel by making elder abuse a crime, with the sorts of punishments that the public expects.
“We must make it clear that we as a society will not tolerate these cowardly acts against some of the most vulnerable people in our community.”
A similar review in Scotland recommended the introduction of new offences for age hostility which the Scottish government has indicated it will accept.
The government signalled misogyny could become a hate crime this summer following YouGov research which showed almost a quarter of women have been sexually harassed in a public place in past five years rising to more than half (52%) of those aged 18 to 24.

A new nationwide public awareness campaign, with the slogan: “It’s not just offensive, it’s an offence” will also launch later this autumn to educate the public on the nature of hate crime .
A home office scheme that supports religious institutions vulnerable to hate attacks will be extended for a year.
There will be specialist training to help improve police call handlers’ responses and more than £1.5m extra funds for groups such as the Anne Frank Trust and Kick It Out which support young people to challenge prejudice and hatred.

by Charles Hymas
Daily Telegraph
UK Police / Letter to Cressida Dick re Craig Mackey
« Last Post by the leveller on October 15, 2018, 08:23:11 PM »
Cressida Dick                                                                                    Albert Burgess
Commissioner of the Metropolis                                                      15 Parliament Road
New Scotland Yard                                                                           Thame
Victoria Embankment                                                                       South Oxfordshire
London                                                                                              OX9 3TE
SW1A 2JL                                                                                        15th October 2018
Ref Craig Mackey
I have today seen that Craig Mackey is going to retire early due to public pressure, I have submitted a formal allegation of neglect of duty based on this officers evidence to the Coroners Court  in which he stated he considered he would be a target so locked himself in his car. This is a clear admission of cowardice. His car is no doubt bomb proof.  So in the face of a serious terrorist attack this officer ran and took shelter in his car whilst PC Palmer gave his life in total commitment to his oath and his duty to her Majesty to uphold her law to the best of his ability. It is entirely irrelevant whether or not he could have saved PC Palmer he made no effort to try and assist this courageous officer.
They recently altered the rules so that an officer subject to a formal allegation of crime or as in this case a serious neglect of duty, cannot retire until after he has been fully investigated.
It is completely unacceptable to the tax payer who pay for the pensions for our police officers that PC Palmers widows pension whose husband died a hero's death is equal to one months pension to Craig Mackey's pension. This is entirely wrong PC Palmers widow should at least continue to receive his full salary as well as a lump sum to help her through this difficult time.
This extremely courageous officer who threatened the law abiding public with prosecution for laying flowers outside a pensioners home who whilst defending himself killed his attacker as the law allows. This hero who can threaten the law abiding subjects of her Majesty whilst running from an armed terrorist who had already murdered four and injured dozens more. I speak here for her Majesty's loyal and law abiding natural born subjects when I tell you, you are requested and required to fully investigate Craig Mackey's actions and to ensure he does not retire for any reasons before this enquiry into his conduct has been fully investigated. Your lame excuses for Craig Mackey are just that lame excuses, and amount to lying to the public in defence of the indefensible. You should also stop referring to what you refer to as the far right or far right terrorists, you have to understand these are her Majesty's most patriotic and loyal subjects, any attack on them is an attack on her Majesty whose laws they are attempting to uphold, and  who have a considerable love of the ancient Kingdom they were born into. And who are sick to death of being treated like 3rd class subjects in their own country. Tommy Robinson is not a terrorist in any way shape or form nor are his actions racist, he is doing your job of trying to defend vulnerable children from rape and sexual slavery. Her Majesty's natural born subjects have lost all faith in the ability of our police to protect them or their children. We are sick to death of seeing our police behaving in a manor we consider deviant. Your leadership is generally considered to be hopeless. The way you follow Khan around is sickening. You are the country's most senior police officer let me remind you that is an administrative job, you are there to see the cars are road worthy and the officers have paper to write on and pens to write with. You have no more authority to uphold the law than the newest attested constable. It is way past the time you started doing your job properly 900 officers trolling the internet for signs of anti Islamic comments is not a proper use of their time or our money. In case it has slipped by you Islam is not a peaceful religion it is an evil and satanic death cult who throw deviants of high buildings who believe paedophilia is good, who believe rape is good, who believe sexual and other slavery are good. I would recommend you wake up find some courage and uphold English law which finds all these things abhorrent. And start defending our inalienable right to free speech and expression before Khan finds a high building to throw you off after his mates have gang raped you and your girlfriend of course.   
Respectfully submitted.

Albert Burgess
Politics - Things you should know / Tommy Robinson interviews Lord Pearson
« Last Post by the leveller on October 15, 2018, 08:13:51 PM »

Tommy Robinson
Lord Pearson: Millions of Rapes by Muslim Men
Europe - UK / Let's rebuild the People's Army and fight for Brexit together.
« Last Post by the leveller on October 15, 2018, 06:54:09 PM »
Thousands of you have joined us up and down the country at our Save Brexit rallies.  Together, we have sent a strong message to the government and MPs: we voted for Brexit, now you must deliver it. 

But we need your support now more than ever. 
The extent of Mrs May's Brexit betrayal has been revealed.  She wants to lock us into the EU Customs Union indefinitely.  That means we will never be able to take back control of our borders, laws and trade.  To our Prime Minister, Brexit means Remain.

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Let's rebuild the People's Army and fight for Brexit together.
Kind regards,

Nigel Farage
Politics - Things you should know / Latest update on Tommy Robinson
« Last Post by the leveller on October 15, 2018, 12:02:41 PM »

Petitions / Stand with our lads
« Last Post by the leveller on October 14, 2018, 06:29:30 PM »
Politics - Things you should know / Tommy live on army suicides
« Last Post by the leveller on October 12, 2018, 09:42:15 PM »
Europe - UK / EU Defence Union 'activated'; NATO is not 'in demand'.
« Last Post by the leveller on October 11, 2018, 09:00:41 PM »
Subject: Activated.
German Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen has revealed that the structures for a European Defence Union have been “activated”, sparking outrage among Brexiteers, whose persistent warnings of the secret creation of an EU army have been proven correct.
The German Defence Minister also gave strong hints that the EU would be sending troops from its member states into Africa, where, she argued, NATO is not “in demand”.
“We must become more European. I see many areas where NATO is not in demand, for example, the whole Africa topic,” she said.
“Here the European Union is very much in demand. Because NATO has been existing for decades, we haven’t built a security structure for a European Defence Union worthy of the name.
The last time that I saw any ‘serious’ talk about a European army was being planned, the number of troops proposed that would be in that army was a mere 60,000 troops.
To what purpose would it serve? Too small to do anything serious overseas. Too small to defend Europe in a conflict against Russia, and I did not see any ideas of an airborne
transport system being built. Nor the building of any seaborne transport system. Perhaps it was because the idea had been floated by the French, who haven’t got a clue
Note I’m talking about military transport systems here, that is without relying on the commandeering of civilian aircraft etc. [C/Aircraft cannot transport tanks e. g].
I wonder if anyone knows that the UK has more of an airborne military transport system than the rest of NATO Europe put together. The USA has several hundred military
transport aircraft of many types and 11 aircraft carrier fleets plus others that are mothballed. To make a further comparison e. g. During the Cold War years, the USA had
300,000 troops [not a mere 60,0000] stationed in Europe with 1,000s of tanks and large numbers of aircraft squadrons plus tactical land based nuclear bombers.
With its present pathetic military plans Europe would once again have to rely on Uncle Sam to get us out of trouble re any war that we started just as we have had to do during
the last 100 years and more.    Ken.
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