Has Anybody Got A Spare Priest?  Policing UK Is In Need Of The Last Rites

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  1. Gordon Williamson says:

    Alan thanks for keeping us informed. The fact is that the Police in the UK are not respected or held in any regard by May, Windsore (was that a spellings mistake, perhaps not) or it would seem our own Senior Officers. The public seem either uninformed or uninterested and the press are happy to keep quiet about what amounts to a national scandal. I see little to draw comfort from and we are truely in a situation where Lions are being led by lambs. It is the Lions that are being led to the slaughter! I pity the brave men and women who police our streets today, undermanned,undermined, underesourced, underpaid, underappreciated, training reduced, held accountable for all that is wrong with our Society but not allowed to take action and enforce the laws of the land and protect the weak in case they offend someone when they do their jobs. Our world is not a safer place, quite the contrary and the reduction in Police numbers is sheer foley. It will be be the Police and innocent members of the public who will pay the price when it all comes tumbling down. A politician or flunkey, perhaps a Senior Officer will be blamed and have to resign but that will not put right all that will be fall us. Perhaps a bit end of the world is but if we face rioting on the scale of only a few years ago, and we will, the Police will not be able to respond effectively. What of terrorism! That will increase, it is the stated intention of radical organisations to attack on our home turf, how will we be able to respond? Not with the numbers we will be left with, certainly not with PCSO’s. They do not have the powers, training and should not be endangered and treated as cannon fodder. None of us should! The army! They have been diminished to a point where they can hardly keep up with their own commitments. God Bless Them.
    Yes I am disheatened and a do worry about the consequences of these irresponsible actions.

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