How many times will we see headlines like these (published just one day apart):
There certainly is a crisis – a crisis of confidence on the side of the public in the UK who now find trusting the police a problem. I know that I grew up believing that the police were the friends of the public. I no longer believe this.
So which is it? Is there a funding crisis, or do we have lots of spare police time to deal with hurt feelings:
Hate is defined here so loosely that anyone who has hurt feelings can force the police to pursue a hate crime prosecution against someone who did not mean anything hateful. Shut up and sit down is the clear message!
The responses on Twitter were interesting – I grabbed a couple from the article:
The public gets it, and yet the police and their leaders do not. Investigate real crime with the budgets you have been allocated. Stop spending money on things like this:
(Yes they actually had a budget for that – no budget for a similar one for Christian causes, or charities, but for the homosexual Marxist agenda, yeah, sure).
… and investigate things the people care about, like burglary etc.
Public services are now no longer serving the public but an agenda which most are not aware of – the Cultural Marxist destruction of the United Kingdom and other countries.