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Discussion in 'Bristol City' started by Cliftonville, Sep 30, 2020.
Just as well he wasn't a miner...…...
he was that's how they caught him sheep had black hand marks on its shoulders and a black mark on his rear end !
Anybody see Laurence Fox and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown on channel five?? She called him a monster a racist bully on tv. people lose jobs and carears for less. she wont.
A monster was the man who barbarically slaughtered a Teacher in France. The ultimate censorship in murderous form. The ultimate bullying of views,
The left should be standing up for freedom of speech and thought not trying to subjugate others.
From a new statesman journo..
CNN are good mind.
dana nawar jaf really needs to stop trying to glorify himself with such downright impudent comments … " has knife...has killed in cold blood" …. and wants a human being to walk up to him and put the cuffs on him … REALLY!.....
And this is the problem, people getting angry about stuff like this but not having anything like the first idea about exactly how to deal with situations like this, because they have never ever been in that position.
Without going into the rights and wrongs of the George Floyd death (now is the time for the legal process to take it's course) instead of criticising the various law enforcement agencies throughout the world for every death of either terrorists or violent career criminals (usually high on drugs) walk a mile in their shoes and or come with solutions of how to arrest people who do not want to be arrested.
I am hoping that, yourself, or REDPRINT or RELIANT, might be able to explain your comment. I find it a bit confusing, sorry.
The problem, do you mean the deed? the act of the cold blooded terrorist. Or the response of the "journalist", of the way he was dispatched by armed police?
People getting angry, "without the first idea", is there more than one idea? of how to deal with it. Is that the journalist who cannot accept the actions of the police? or the police "shooting on sight" not having an alternative plan? Or a generalization that "people" are the general public? who only understand the deed and not the consequence?
Is this account fake?
My reply was in response to RealRed1952 post and especially his last sentence.
RealRed is correct, the journalist calls the act of shooting the 'cold blooded terrorist' a brutal senseless murder and expects a police officer to merely walk up to the cold blooded terrorist and calmly put handcuffs onto him to effect an arrest, which is utter nonsense.
People like the journalist have absolutely no idea about having to deal with ongoing situations such as the one that the French police found themselves confronted with and for the record this was nothing to do with 'shooting on sight', this was neutralising a 'cold blooded' terrorist.
People like the journalist who jump on every opportunity to criticise the law enforcement agencies around the world for every videoed arrest that they deem to be excessive again have absolutely no idea how difficult it is to subdue and arrest somebody (especially those high on drugs) who don't want to be subdued or arrested.
Instead of criticising all of the time, perhaps self appointed experts like this journalist should offer some sort of solution to the ongoing problem of subduing and arresting violent drug fuelled criminals/terrorists who do not want to be subdued or arrested, without putting police officers or other members of the public in mortal danger, I am sure all of the worlds law enforcement agencies would love his obvious expertise.
I hope this answers your query.
Apparently not, he has claimed that the original piece in the mail was false, except the original tweet, which I would have thought was enough in anybodys language.
Dana Nawzar Jaf
has published an article on me full of lies. Everything except the tweet screenshot is made up. Funny part is they say they couldn’t reach me for a comment while I talked 20 minutes straight to the lazy reporter. Sad state of British journalism.
Enough in anybodies language? Left wing anti fascists are mute when it comes down to Islamic extremism.
Or left wing red fascists as I like to call them.
They have always been mute about China, even as long ago as Mao's murderous tyranny. Even mute about the China's Uighur muslims being ethnically cleansed.
They are mute about Islamic homophobia and misogyny and labour likes nothing better than gender separated meeting.
I watched 'Roadkill' last night and just follows the same Tory bashing theme.
Impartial BBC my ass.
The trouble is that since this Pandemic started the Tories (that I support and always will) have been beyond poor at most things they have attempted.
Yes these are extraordinary times, yes Boris had Covid but shocking decisions have been made all the same
Failing to go into full lockdown earlier probably cost thousands of UK lives
The refusual to sack Dominic Cummimgs will haunt the rest of Boris's political life, when 99% of the people in this country knew he should have done the right thing
Covid testing has been poor and that's being polite
The refusual to crack down on the loony lefts Andy Burnham and impose without appeal a lockdown may well cost some people in Greater Manchester their lives
When questioned the government don't even know their own policies
So prepare for Sir Keir Slimeball and co winning by a landslide at the next election as people have long memories.
For me the only person in the government to come out of this with his reputation still intact is Rishi Sunak who I think has been exceptional. Matt Hancock has been the complete opposite,
Firstly labour had set a precedent over sackings for breaking restrictions with Kinnocks son and daughter, who both made separate 200 mile round trips to deliver a cake and a curry on the windbags birthday, this with a back drop of people being unable to be with their loved ones as they were dying.
Covid testing I cannot argue about, it is a shambles, the only thing I will say about is, I don't see it as the holy grail that it was meant to be, testing is only valid for the day that the test is carried out.
As for Burnham the hypocrisy is mind numbing, in one breath he is blackmailing the government for more money and in the next he seems to have enough money in his budget to sue the government if he doesn't get his way.
Agree fully about not knowing their own policies, but that is the norm for UK politics.
Labour are also in disarray, 7 of his front bench shadow cabinet resigned last week alone, he is not in charge of policy for his party, the far left have that one sewn up.
The sad reality is since the early 80's politics in the UK is infested by far too many 'incapables' many of them failed lawyers.