By Southwest Nationalist. Avon and Somerset Police have published a list of allegations of racism made against police officers since 2006 as part of a response to a Freedom of Information request which makes for interesting reading.
“Complainant stopped under suspicion of driving stolen car. Officer allegedly described him as a Nigerian even though he was wearing a Kenyan flag on his T shirt”.
Ooops, heinous offence, officers should know every flag in the world. Though….what if a Nigerian wore a Kenyan flag, would that be racism if the officer assumed the Nigerian were Kenyan?
“Following a disturbance outside a youth club, an officer allegedly told a youth worker that ‘he was getting fed up dealing with them’. This was perceived to be racist”
Perhaps he merely meant he was fed up dealing with disturbances outside of the youth club?
“Complainant was one of two parties in a dispute in the street. She alleged that she was not treated fairly as the officers first approached the other party and this action was racially motivated.”
Err, they do have to speak to someone first, should they have spoken to the complainant first, thus – on the complainants logic – racially discriminating against the other party?
“Complaint by mother of 17 year old arrested for robbery at knifepoint. He was identified by the victim close to the scene. Alleges that arrest was due to ethnicity.”
Of course, after being robbed at knifepoint, the poor victims first thought is let’s be racist, we’ll say an ethnic minority did it.
“Call received from child saying that his parents were fighting. Officers attended and entered house. Complainant was seen to hit & kick his wife and was arrested following a struggle. He complains that the actions of the officers were racially motivated.”
Does one really need to comment on that?
That’s enough from the Avon and Somerset Police list of incidents though, you get the picture, racism is the complaint for every occasion, if in doubt yell race.
How much money – your money – is being spent investigating all of these claims, working towards ‘local resolutions’, and what impact is fear of being accused of being racist having upon policing?
Racism is the accusation for all occasions in modern Britain, at least if you are a minority. Yell it as loudly and as often as you can, political correctness will take care of the rest, and the British taxpayer will end up footing the bill. Go on, you’ve got nothing to lose, accuse away.
Surely the police and authorities have better things to be investing their time and our money on?