LAW AND ORDER: IS THERE REALLY SUCH A THINK IN THE UK? – Whenever I write an article I have to find something in the pit of my stomach that compels me to do so. Without this I wouldn’t be able to write passionately which would indicate that I didn’t care and this is not something I want to present to my readers.
Passion is often driven by a need to implement change or at least give others the fuel to demand change. Unfortunately Britain has become a society that feels the only way change can be effected is by rioting; well that’s what the rioters say at least.
Wait a minute; that’s not right. Rioting is not a form of communication; it is merely a violent demonstration that clearly depicts just how ignorant we are. There is of course absolutely nothing ignorant about a peaceful protest or demonstration; but as soon as this turns violent then it is nothing more than a display of utter and total ignorance that clearly shows that these people do not have the intelligence to engage in constructive debate.
The UK has reached an embarrassing point regarding law and order. In fact I might even venture to say that law and order really doesn’t exist anymore.
Would you ever consider becoming a police officer? There was a time when this was seen as a noble vocation and one where the public admired; and yes even respected.
So what went wrong? Why do we have so little respect for those men and women who wear a uniform in order to ‘serve and protect’ the public?
It all comes down to social change and the indoctrination by Government that we should live in a society that is fair and just for all. Criminals are no longer viewed as the outcasts of society but rather misunderstood or disadvantaged minority group. We now feel that punishment is not a civilized way to treat people, especially those with social problems who are disenfranchised with society.
A police officer today has very little powers and certainly during times of civil unrest there is little a police officer is able to do in a riot. Officers under the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) are provided with a strict code of left-wing conduct; even placing a hand on a criminal can constitute assault with the prospect of criminal charges being brought against the officer in question; this ultimately leads to a civil action where the Government is then forced to hand over large sums of the taxpayers money in compensation to the victim.
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Carefully note I ended the last paragraph with the word ‘victim’ because that’s how we now view criminals – as victims of society.
As Pat Condell eloquently put it in the video above; you would need your head examining to want to become a police officer today.
Pat is also right throughout the video and makes the point that a police officer is now so tied up with PACE that this legislation effectively prevents them from ‘serving and protecting’ the public.
It never ceases to amaze me when politicians show a level of surprise and shock at the annual crime figures and each year, as these grow, there is more rhetoric on how the Government is going to get tough on criminals.
The truth is that the Government dare not get tough on criminals as the left-wing groups will only ever view this as an oppression of the people and admonish the Government for not doing enough to provide opportunities for those who are victims of a ‘capitalist’ society.
There now appears a mental imbalance in the minds of the British public which probably supports recent articles that more of our children are now being diagnosed with a plethora of mental illnesses and that the pharmaceutical companies feel that we should all be heavily medicated in order to keep us calm, rational and civilized.
Unfortunately the truth lies within the truth itself; that is the truth has been buried and any chance of exhuming it is, in the eyes of Government, unthinkable.
Look at Britain today and for a moment think of all the issues that affect society. No law and order, no social justice, a criminal justice system that is the laughing stock of the world, high levels of immigration, multiculturalism that is dividing the nation, a welfare system that promotes a state dependent society and the list just goes on.
The trouble is even thinking about the truth is now considered politically incorrect and woe betide anyone who stands up and suggests change.
It was only a matter of weeks ago that I was in Malaysia and one of the hotel staff asked me if I was British; without even thinking about it I responded ‘No’. I simply didn’t want to be labeled with the shame of coming from a society that has now reached the cesspit of human depravity and where law and order is nothing more than a distant memory.
I think back to that time and my response and feel ashamed. Ashamed that Britain has plunged itself to such degrading depths that its citizens, and I am not alone, no longer want to be part of it.
Do you think that Britain can be turned around and if so what needs to be done? Have your say… leave your comments below.