Wednesday, 27 September 2023

What Use Are The Police..?

It took thieves just 47 seconds to steal Rosie Wetherhill’s ebike from outside a Chinese takeaway.
Wetherhill, a 23-year-old bike courier from Leeds, had considered locking her bike to the railing when she went in to collect the order, but she knew the takeaway was fast. So she locked the back wheel with a D-lock instead. A mistake. As she saw her £1,300 ebike disappear around a corner, Wetherhill felt a sense of dread. “I knew I would probably never see that bike again,” she says. “Because I know how it is.” The bike wasn’t insured. She’d only had it for two months. She called 999, and told police that the bike was fitted with a tracking device, but it wasn’t working. They told her to call back if it started working again.
A few days later, an officer called. “He told me that if there was CCTV from the Chinese takeaway, then I would need to go and get that myself because the police were not going to do it for me,” says Wetherhill. “It was quite insulting.”

It's more than that, it's utterly appalling. Whet are they being paid to do, if not this? 

“It’s a crime where there is no jeopardy for the perpetrators,” says Tom Parker, 35, a marketing worker from near Epsom. In July, Parker witnessed two teenagers stealing a bike outside a Surrey train station. “I ran at them, shouting,” Parker says. They threw the bike at him and disappeared. Parker called 999. “‘We can’t do anything,’” he recalls the handler telling him, advising him to take the bike home. “But then,” Parker told her, frustrated, “I’ve stolen it!

I always thought they staffed the emergency lines with the dumbest recruits, and it seems I'm right... 

Parker posted about the incident in a local Facebook group. The following morning, he rang Surrey police. “I said, ‘I have this bike. I don’t want it in my garage. I can’t be the guardian of it for ever.’” The police officer told him to keep posting on Facebook. “They said,” he remembers, “‘We can’t call it a crime, because no one has reported it.’ I said, ‘It is a crime! I saw it happening.’”

Is it laziness? Is it lack of care? Are they told to limit the number of crimes recorded? 

Is it all three? 

Just as he was beginning to despair, someone got in touch via Facebook. His bike had been stolen that evening – and he had reported it to the Metropolitan police. He shared his crime reference number with Parker and Parker reunited him with the bike. A few days later, Parker received an email from the police. He says it advised him that no one had reported the bike stolen. “I responded,” Parker says, “and said, ‘They did report it. Here’s the attachment. I consider the matter closed, because I gave the bike back!’”

Can we ever trust the crime figures, if they are collated like this? No wonder they keep repeating the mantra that 'crime is down'... 

And when they do show a touch of concern, it's for the wrong people:

In Cambridge, police estimate that 70% of cycle crime is committed by people with substance abuse problems. “We have these chaotic, disastrous offenders,” says Tudor, “who tend to have heavy drug habits. They take bikes opportunistically. They sell them for a flat fee to informal handlers within local criminal networks, usually for about £50.” Tudor has interviewed these offenders. “They come across as quite vulnerable,” she says.

Funny, normal people would say that's how the victims of crime should be described. 

These incidents have eroded public trust in the police even further. “We have these ideas of what the police are there for,” says Andy Higgins of policing thinktank The Police Foundation. “If something bad happens, the police are there for you. Or they should be.” In policing terms, bike theft is a high-volume, low-level crime. But that’s not how its victims experience it. “These things may be mundane and transactional from the police point of view,” says Higgins, “but they actually are not to many people.”

Indeed. And if they can't get the little stiff right, why trust them on larger stuff? 

Police forces had their real-terms funding cut by 19% from 2010/2011 to 2018/2019. “People get very angry about the police and their shortcomings,” says Tudor. “But they are operating in a very limited sphere. They are constantly given political directives they have to adhere to. They have funding cuts. They have staffing cuts. It is an impossible task.”

Not when they can send so many police after the fact, no... 

Tuesday, 26 September 2023

The baton of reportage is now ours to carry

Today’s Conservative Woman:

All power to TCW and all other similar publications => these are the respective western nations’ lifelines right now, with the MSM long ago abrogating their responsibilities and the baton passing to amateur online pundits of variable quality. TCW is one of the respected outlets.
In an article headed ‘Attorney-general is showing contempt for press freedom’ Sean O’Neill wrote, this was a grave misunderstanding of contempt of court laws: ‘Victoria Prentis KC, both a cabinet minister and the government’s primary legal adviser, wished “to amplify the importance of not publishing any material where there is a risk that it could prejudice any potential criminal investigation or prosecutions”. “Publishing this material,” she added, “could amount to contempt of court.” Anyone with even the sketchiest knowledge of how the media works surely knows that every single word of reporting on Brand has been rigorously scrutinised before publication. And one of the many things looked at is whether there is a contempt issue . . .
Quick word about The Conservative Woman.  Unfortunate name, “conservative” because it is soooo misunderstood along party poltical lines, the Remoaner and Globopsycho, Uniparty Tories having hijacked the word and done dirt on it.

What we mean by “conservative” is something utterly different … we see it as someone from any party they’ve formerly voted for who, frankly, have had enough of all this guff we’re seeing rolled out by low quality myrmidons and karens, under the direction of the psychos above.

When we say “we the people”, we are not including the Wokerati, the snowflakes, the purple haired “refugees welcome” Wokerati and SJWs, the leftist “teachers” instructing kids in the finer arts of sex and gender change, the professors with bicycle chains at rallies attacking women then scarpering … nope, you know exactly whom we’re not including … those gluing themselves to things and blocking commuter traffic for example.

These are not “the people” in the least.  “The people” are those increasingly finding it impossible to operate normal day to day lives because of this monstrous collusion by the clowns and utterly corrupt psychos.

The pushback has begun

Consider this wholesale reposting from another blog:

1.  Man from the West Country one

a.  CDC Refuses To Release Updated Information On Post-C-19 Jab Heart Inflammation

b.  Some nasty little surprises in the C**id-19 mRNA “vaccines”

c.  The Great Demoralization

d.  Megyn Kelly calls out Trump for gaslighting America about C**ID lockdowns – “you actually gave Fauci a presidential commendation before leaving office”

e.  For All The People To See!

f.  Rumble Could Be Banned In UK Under New Online Safety Laws

g.  Elon Musk’s Starlink Exceeds 2 Million Users — Democrats furious with Elon Musk’s huge success

h.  Jeffrey Prather drops major bombshells in powerful interview with Health Ranger about Russia-Ukraine war and why Russia is beating the West with ease

2.  Skim down n1 if you would, esp n1a

... then the very pointed extra below this summary below in red:

Indeed, Dr. David ... indeed.

3.  We're talking nothing less than medical malpractice

... coupled with collusion to misinform on the part of medical "authorities" and media combined. 

Now consider the ordinary reporter in her 20s, the subby in her thirties ... why "her" for a start?  More malleable, more employable today ... far less educated, in fact wrongly educated in schools. Meaning conscienceless or else stressing out badly, as young women are right now or screwing around.

I am involved in a course just now which I shan't describe but it's almost completely women and goodness, are they a mess ... empty shells as far as any any spiritual strength or oomph goes, yet feeling they're entirely self-sufficient. I say nothing of it there because there's no percentage. I've no doubt the "men" are as bad ... no moral oomph and yet quite vicious if crossed ... thing is ... no men anywhere to be seen, except a few old, demoralised ones.

The obvious question is how did it come about?  Look at n1c again ... the great demoralisation. Remember Yuri Bezmenov in the 80s who said just this in a series of interviews?

What did he mean by demoralisation? Being depressed, being at the end of the tether?  

Well yes ... that ... but what he meant more at the time, looking forward, was the lack of morals any more in public and private life, sort of like William S Burroughs' Lost Boys, with a distinct gay edge to it. Or as illumined Svali said in her 2000 interview ... dog eat dog, vicious, all for themselves and devil take the hindmost.

All right, who's speaking out about these new oomphless, amoral (not immoral) Eloi and the monsters above in globopsycho? Well the labelled alt-right, yes, but also the remnant of the dwindling numbers of Christians (quick, everyone shriek and turn away).

And what happens to them? Well look at Isabel Vaughan for a start:

Look at the gay cake non bakers, look at Pastor Pawlowski:

Don't get me wrong ... these real Christians are a small percentage of the overall conservative (small c, not CINO or RINO) coming together on social media ... you see them on Twitter and Gab, in blogs, you see them at The Daily Sceptic and The Conservative Woman (those feisty lasses) ... both men and women of some sort of moral oomph ... not in a preachy way but also not backward in coming fwd and calling wrong out for what it is.

But there's also demoralisation here in the strict sense of sadness and anger ... for example, Vox and Karl Denninger:

By Karl’s chosen metric, saving the American nation from itself, he has been a complete failure and all his efforts have been a complete waste of time. And it’s true, he has been and it was. But this failure was inevitable, because there is no saving a nation from itself. The task that he set himself was always impossible from the start.

A better metric, I think, is to ask whether one’s efforts have been beneficial to others.

I believe the pushback from primarily these two demographics ... the antiwoke secular, plus the real Christians ... has begun.

Monday, 25 September 2023

Well, The Answer Should Have Been 'No'...

...shouldn't it, chancellors?
As the number of serious sexual assaults escalates across universities, experts say female students often do not want to go to the police, fearing delays and traumatising questioning, and knowing only 1% of rape cases end in conviction. Universities say increasing numbers of women are instead turning to them to investigate​...

Why would a university ever decide that this is something they should agree to do? 

A student conduct panel, often comprising academics, support staff and students, takes evidence from both sides and decides whether a student has broken the rules by committing sexual misconduct and should be suspended or expelled. Universities stress this is not like a court of law.

Of course it isn't. and a court of law is precisely where allegations of wrongdoing snhould be examined and tested. But as Longrider points out, increasingly, that's not the case. Extrajudicial means are sought, even by those who should know better... 

Prof Sir Steve West, the vice-chancellor of the University of the West of England and president of Universities UK until earlier this year, said: “As expulsion is a penalty, parents of the accused often start to raise the stakes by hiring a lawyer. It is a power game, because usually the victim has no representation, and I think it is completely unacceptable and unfair.

No, actually, it's pefectly fair. What you were doing is the unfair approach.  

West said that parents “rarely tell us that they’re going to do this in advance”, typically turning up with a lawyer to the final student conduct committee hearing. He worries that this will “drive silence”, with victims frightened of being subjected to exactly the sort of adversarial investigation they wanted to avoid by not complaining to the police.

Unfortunately, there's no avoiding it. Sexual assult almost always takes place in private, so a proper investigation is always going to be adversarial in nature.  

Smita Jamdar, a partner at the law firm Shakespeare Martineau who advises universities on sexual assault hearings, said: “There are increasing numbers of students choosing to bring cases of sexual misconduct of all sorts to their university rather than the police, and increasing numbers of very serious allegations.” She added that choking and sadomasochism (S&M) were now “not uncommon”. Jamdar said institutions often brought her firm in because an accused student had hired a lawyer and the university needed support. “Everyone ends up arguing over legal principles that are utterly bamboozling to most student conduct panels,” she said.

Because they aren't the right place or the right people to be handling them.   

Sunday, 24 September 2023

Is it race or is it gender? Maybe age?

There's a bit of an edge to this post which requires me to get personal before I begin. 

I'm no MGTOW, deeply resenting the female species as a whole ... in fact quite the opposite ... maybe I get a bit too effusive, e.g. running knitting vlogs by ladies, e.g. yesterday ... plus my partner here at OoL is simply the best, plus all my novels and stories have the male and female protagonists working together in tandem in a realistic way as it used to happen.

This also illustrates how we can get along, think along the same lines, vaguely:

This long intro is to underscore that I'd have to agree with Will Jones below and I’d bet Natalia does too:

The most dramatic fall in viewing figures coincides with Alex Scott replacing Dan Walker as Focus’s main presenter in 2021. 

In Walker’s last season before he was moved on the average weekly August audience was 827,000, before dropping to 809,000 in 2021, 599,000 12 months later and 564,000 this year.

Scott is not being blamed by her bosses, though, and remains highly regarded at the BBC, who are set to give the former England defender a prominent presenting role at next summer’s Olympics.

Brand and culture expert Nick Ede told MailOnline that the departure of Dan Walker was a huge blow to the Beeb, with new host Alex Scott struggling to stem that tide of viewers who left with him. …

The future of Football Focus is the subject of urgent talks at the BBC due to a dramatic drop in viewing figures.

Could it have anything to do with the diversity hire replacing the white bloke? Of course not. And if it is (which it isn’t) then it just shows how deplorable the audience is, who must be duly ignored.

That last paragraph has a real edge to it, does it not? Apart from the gross insensitivity to the sensibilities of the indigenous majority (still a majority, overall) and certain topics really having an edge to them in this land, the BBC press on and in fact redouble their insensitivity.

We've been through why ... globopsycho controlled bosses, kool aid wokerati ... deliberately sticking it to a people they hate as much as Jack Straw did and today's invaders do ... or is it just sheer M25 bubble pig ignorance?  Is it bloodymindedness, knowing they're resented and still pressing on regardless?

The sad part is that this Alex Whoever ... was she a former women's player (?) ... is also insensitive to the extent of putting a high paid cynosure before the deep resentment of the land ... pardon me but I'd think twice before accepting an anti-indigenous-people role within the land.

The opening part of this post was obviously about the female over male thing but now I'm starting to think ... was that actually the primary issue here? 

Or was it that blacks are shoved down our throats every single advert, every single TV or online moment these days? I used, for example, to run Osibisa and two-tone ska at my site but now … l'm not so sure it would go down well.

Saturday, 23 September 2023

Will the real Russia please stand up?

Russia is very simple - it's all for Russia and will do whatever it takes. Also throw in Yuri Bezmenov here for comparison but do differentiate between Russia for the USSR (Lenin, Trotsky, Ashkenazi millions of dollars) versus the ordinary nationalist Russian.

The Russia not run by the un-nameables is twofold for its homeland, Mother Russia, plus it wants to play on the international stage and be taken as an equal.  Just now I'd say it's superior to the west.

We patiently bring these snippets to readers and cumulatively, they amount to something you can come to conclusions about. One of the earliest I myself banged on about was Svali. Call her a plant, call her genuine … point is she was on the money, given subsequent events … living history. This was from that interview in 2000 in Toronto:

Q: I assume if the U.S. political, banking, and military systems are all fairly well under Illuminati control this would then also be true for Eastern Europe, Russia and other communist bloc countries as well. What does this mean for relations between the West-East axis? Was Russia, or the USSR at the time, ever the adversary it was made out to be, and was there a grand plan behind having Russia as an enemy?

A: Russia was never really a threat to us. Marxism was funded by the Illuminati, and espoused as a counterbalance to capitalism. The Illluminati believe strongly in balancing opposing forces, in the pull between opposites. They see history as a complex chess game, and they will fund one side, then another, while ultimately out of the chaos and division, they are laughing because they are ultimately beyond political parties. A top western financier would secretly meet with an Eastern or Russian "adversary" during those years, and have a good laugh at how the "sheep" were being deluded. I am sharing here what I was taught, and also observed.

When DELPHI met with ORACLE in Europe, (these are the head training groups for the Northern Hemisphere and European continents) the Russian, German, French, British, Canadian, and US trainers all worked together. In fact, this is one reason why plurality of linguality is valued in the Illuminati. I had to learn six languages as a child, and learn to converse with people from around the world. They are truly an international group, and the group's agenda supercedes any nationalistic feelings. There is also a lot of trading back and forth of members in these groups. A Russian trainer might come to the US for a while, complete a job, then go back, or vice-versa.

Q: China is starting to rattle its sabers and arm itself with nuclear weapons which are pointing at U.S. cities. Is all this occurring according to Illuminati agenda or is there still a fairly large 'uncertainty, random or x-factor' involved that is beyond the Illuminati's control?

A: I have been out for five years, so my information is "old news". But the military buildup of China is part of their plan. There are members of the group who are Asian, and very opportunistic. The Oriental Mafia groups are very much linked to Illuminati activity. The random factor in all of this is how the average citizen reacts. It can't be predicted, although Illuminati leadership will often invent different scenarios, and try to decide how they will act if the ordinary citizens react in an unexpected manner.

I was told that around 2020, the Illuminist agenda would be revealed openly. I don't know if this is accurate, or just propaganda that I was taught, or if they have changed this date since I was in the group.

I'd also point to gym training of all things ... man to man, the Russian in the gym is far stronger and more bloodyminded than any westerner who tolerates decadence ... man to man, he's going to win a fight, esp. the utter rubbish in the western armed forces now.

Now to return to one thing Svali said:

When DELPHI met with ORACLE in Europe, (these are the head training groups for the Northern Hemisphere and European continents) the Russian, German, French, British, Canadian, and US trainers all worked together.

Reads like something from a movie, yes? Something a woman with a fertile imagination might imagine international relations to be.

What though, if she were only describing what she had been told … that these globopsychos really are into all that, trying to make ancient connections at every point (think Masons)?  You can see that in the Greens post in the sidebar.

And if they really do believe in all this, then does that not explain Agenda 21 and Net Zero for starters?

In short, we’re in the grip of utter nutter control.

Friday, 22 September 2023

So, You're Liars?

The 'Guardian' prints another sob-story by illegal immigrants:
There were 39 of us on the barge, from different countries. We are people escaping torture, persecution and imprisonment.

What, in France? Oh, please! 

We were forced to leave our homes, our jobs and our families, and we hoped to find safety in the UK.

You had safety in France. You left it.  

When we were told we would be moved to the Bibby Stockholm, we became worried, not least because we were warned it was dangerous. However, we are law-abiding and wanted to respect the decision of the authorities.

If you were law abiding, you'd have followed our immigration laws. But you didn't, did you? 

On board, although none of us are criminals, we were constrained by the tight security, and we felt far removed from normal life.

You are all criminal. That's the reason for your removal from normal life.  

The government is putting us against the public, by saying this is your taxpayers’ money being wasted on asylum seekers.

I think you'll find that the public is fully in agreement with the government, for once. 

We feel as if we are being hunted by the Home Office, when all we want now is a system that treats us fairly, a swift interview, a stable future and a voice.

And if that 'swift interview' doesn't grant you the future you want? What then? You'll give up trying to enter the UK illegally? 

Yeah, sure.

Thursday, 21 September 2023

Deliberately unreachable targets

The whole thing, imho, is deliberately unattainable … they know it full well and are deliberately doing it for that reason.

Or as Neil Oliver puts it:

Wednesday, 20 September 2023

Another Boris 'Big Idea' Bites The Dust...

Plans for a ban on gay conversion therapy look set to be ditched amid government concerns about the potential unintended consequences.
Boris Johnson pledged to ban the discredited practice during the 2019 election campaign, but the process has been mired in delay.

Gosh, why is yet another Boris promise biting the dust? Well... 

Some ministers are said to be concerned that the ban could have 'unintended consequences' for parents and teachers dealing with trans children. Campaigners have warned that a badly-worded ban could leave teachers open to court action if they tell children not to use opposite-sex toilets or prevent boys competing in girls' sport.

Heh! I do so love unforseen consequences!  

Earlier this week, the Scottish government postponed a ban on conversion therapy amid warnings it could criminalise parents who question their child's wish to change gender.
Holyrood had promised to publish legislation by the end of 2023, but it was dropped from a new programme for government - the Scottish version of the King's Speech.

Listen, if even the bonkers Scottish government is calling a halt, it's time to admit it was never a starter in the first place.  

Tuesday, 19 September 2023

Please attribute, please also scrutinise your listening, reading and watching

There’s been a bit of to and fro and I’ll include two here today:

1.  Attribution:

We do communicate, you know … which is stating the bleedin’ obvious to fellow bloggers, vloggers, tweeters, gabbers, readers, watchers, listeners.  But honestly … there really is a thing called netiquette … we really do keep an eye on things.

2.  Typical M25 bubble radio with a real bellend:

I really do like that type of feisty lady … I’d love a chance to race in on my charger and rescue her but she’d probably eat any attacker for breakfast first. Some you need to watch, they can Ambush you like a Predator and you’d not know till it was over.