June 10, 2018
I do love it when the British police are confronted with the consequences of the broken, feminine and sick society they helped create.
It couldn’t happen to a more deserving people.
Police are wasting thousands of hours dealing with ‘hate incidents’ which are too trivial to be classed as crimes.
New figures reveal that 30 police forces dealt with 11,236 such incidents in 2015-16. Across the whole country, that works out at one every half hour.
Even if officers spent just 15 minutes following up each one, this would have taken up 3,750 hours of police time.
The reports included someone alleging racism when a man’s dog barked at them, a mother angry after her children fell out with others playing in the street and a man who claimed a tennis umpire had made racist line-calls against his daughter.
There were also people offended by newspaper cartoons and even a woman in Wiltshire who got upset when someone on Facebook said she looked like Peter Griffin from the TV cartoon Family Guy.
One in 20 incidents reported to police related to social media posts.
Race-hate incidents reported in London alone included the barking dog, a student refused drinks in a bar and a bus driver who gave ‘a racist look’.
One woman reported a hate incident when a man stood ‘intimidatingly’ close to her because she was ‘a non-conforming- gender-specific lesbian in a wheelchair’.
So, is this outcome supposed to shock us or something?
If you’re going to create a political environment in which people are investigated and prosecuted for teaching their dogs to salute Hitler, singing songs that mock Jews, tweeting mean words about Moslems or possessing potato peelers, why shouldn’t they also be investigated and prosecuted for giving people “racist looks” or telling a woman that she looks like Peter Griffin?
Which, judging from the ABSOLUTE STATE of British women, was likely?
I mean, where’s the line here?
The British police tried to give us the line and it became a meme overnight:
According to this definition (which has been removed, but it’s still how the UK police define “hate crime”), all of the “trivial” incidents above are either hate crimes or potential hate crimes. Yet the police regard them as “trivial” cases, leaving John Goy and Jane Gentile to scratch their heads in confusion.
In Orwell’s 1984, which has been the official handbook of the British government for decades, the totalitarian state kept changing Oceania’s wartime allegiances (Eastasia, Eurasia, etc.) to confuse the masses and keep them in a state of mental submission.
I often wonder if modern-day Airstrip One follows the same plan. Give Britons a nebulous and Orwellian definition of “hate crime,” enforce it in some cases and disregard it in others, then rub your hands quite Jewishly as those Britons begin to shut down and accept whatever reality is handed to them.
Well, either that or the police are just run by women and darkies who don’t have a clue what they’re doing…