September 16, 2018
— Carl (@carlbcfc) September 14, 2018
Am I supposed to feel sorry for this guy?
I wouldn’t be willing to be a police officer in the UK. Unless I was playing some sort of long game as a sleeper or infiltrator. But, I wouldn’t be willing to do that job, just to actually do it in good faith. I wouldn’t be able to live with myself, actually upholding the existing order, when I want nothing more than see it burn. I would also run the risk of getting beaten up by a gang of hajis, without even having a weapon to defend myself with.
On the other hand, I don’t know – I look at this, and my gut feeling is that, if I was there, I would like to try to help him. Then I remember that objectively, the best outcome to this for British society would have been for the hajis to beat the guy to death, so that the police would finally share some of the pain that the public is subjected to by these same invaders.
Even if I can understand that rationally, I still see one of my guys getting beaten on by their guys, and it feels bad.
A traffic warden was dragged from his moped, stamped on and kicked, in what has been described by police as “sickening violence”.
West Midlands police said the attackers then stole the vehicle from the victim, who had to be taken to hospital.
One 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of robbery, and the force has released pictures of five men they are looking to trace in relation to the incident, which happened in the Alum Rock area of Birmingham between 5pm and 5.30pm on Friday.
Yeah, good luck with those pictures. These guys all look the same.
A statement said the first three men were being treated as suspects, while the other two were believed to have information that could assist the investigation.
DS Tom Lyons said the warden was believed to have suffered non-serious injuries.
Well, I guess the helmet finally came in handy. This guy was not particularly good at defending himself. Trying to get up and run is better than just lying there and taking it. Covering your head is better than nothing.
He said: “I was absolutely furious when I saw the footage. The level of violence used is truly shocking, and I know every right-minded person who views it will share that anger.”
“We’ve already spoken to the victim. CCTV and other enquiries have already begun, but people in the community will know who these men are. I’d urge them to examine their conscience and do the right thing and give us the names.”
Maybe the hajis will rat out the hajis, because of how right minded they are, and their examinations of their own consciences!
The police beatings will have to continue, at least until they stop making these cringy statements.