Quick briefing: What is “Common Purpose”? – it’s a charity run by a “Communitarian” leader, which sells it’s expensive re-framing training to local authorities and police with the aim of developing leaders of the future – people in fact who will “lead outside authority”.
I’m sorry that that description isn’t more enlightening – there is SO much I could write about these evil people (I recommend you read the links I provided, for more), but suffice to say that in the UK, at any rate, wherever you see police or council workers doing something utterly ridiculous, you can bet your bottom dollar they’ve been re-framed (which means that their world-view has been altered to fit a Communitarian agenda).
Why is this important? Well it’s the only thing which explains how our once rational police force has descended into an Orwellian nightmare. They are no longer “fit for purpose”.
When police will only investigate burglaries at properties with even numbered addresses due to cuts in funding, or only visit “vulnerable” victims (i.e. not white, not middle class) for the same reason (this was later retracted), or when they don’t take action on shop lifting unless more than £200 worth of goods are stolen, yet they have time to harass a man for giving his entirely reasonable views on social media… well, we have a problem, don’t we?!
Yes, you read that right, they really did go and knock on this man’s door to “have a chat” with him about what he’d said on social media, even though he had not broken any laws. Does this make you feel uncomfortable? It does me!
Police told Mr Boxford he had done ‘nothing wrong’ and was ‘not in trouble’ but that they needed to ‘have a chat’ with him about the online comments.
He was on his way out on January 30 when he heard a knock on the door.
‘I ignored it because I thought it was charity workers,’ he said.
‘But as I walked out of the door, I saw the police across the road.
‘I knew the officer so I said hello.’
Mr Boxford eventually let the officers inside and said: ‘They said a couple of times ‘you’re not in trouble’ and ‘you’ve done nothing wrong’.’
‘I said, ‘unless you’re going to arrest me or caution me I’m not interested.
‘I will not allow my democratic right to hold my elected representatives or their officers to account shut down.
‘I’m simply expressing my personal opinion about things in the public domain.’
Mr Boxford, a trainee driving instructor, said police could not tell him specifically what he had said or written to warrant the visit.
Remarkable. Who but a moronic copper would allow themselves to be used in a campaign to silence the free speech of another human – oh, did I misspell “masonic”? Perhaps that explains it! Many in the comments section thought so. I think, personally, that the Common Purpose training is the more likely cause, however.
The police are becoming the enforcement wing of the state in matters of free speech. They are heavily invested in promoting both islam and the LGBTQ agenda. The following images make that much clear:
Yes, the police have a “diversity budget”, but not if that involves a diversity of opinion. No. They will stand with islam, but flaunt their support of homosexuals – those three tweets were all from the same force, by the way.
As long as they can continue to walk in high heels:
and paint their nails:
in support of the agenda, the basis for the introduction of the police force (the protection of property) has been completely usurped!
I would actually call this “fiddling while Rome burns” myself!
The message is becoming clear – don’t you dare express an opinion online which the agenda doesn’t support. If someone complains about your social media post, the police will find time to come and harass you and intimidate you in behalf of the person who you offended, even if you have not broken any laws. Clearly police budgets are still too high if they have time for such behaviour!
This next one is just satire (for now).
For my American chums, Frazzles are bacon flavoured crisps. Let me also make clear that I do not condone the eating of Frazzles (I don’t want a knock at my door, do I?)
God Bless you