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Tweet, tweet… *gag*

Tweet, tweet... *gag*

Gagging orders. Injunctions. Super injunctions. Or is it “superinjunctions”? I’ve had so much of a gutful of this shit I just want to gag.

Japan is still recovering from its horrific tsunami, but we are hearing little about that. The imbroglio in Libya and the rest of North Africa is still going on, but these days you have to turn a few pages (or scroll down, whatever is your fancy) to find the stories. Even Wills and Kate are being left alone. No, it’s all about some footballer and a non-entity – like anybody really gives a flying fuck. Read the rest of this entry »

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They must be out of their tree…

They must be out of their tree...

Let’s outline a scene here. A child appears to be stuck up in a tree in a school playground, and you happen to be passing by. You notice that nobody is coming to help – and make the decision to help the child down yourself. Good deed done, one might think. Read the rest of this entry »

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Caught in his own web of deceit… Finally!

Caught in his own web of deceit... Finally!

The court case involving Britain’s most infamous senior police officer is finally over, and at long last it would appear that justice has been done.

Yes, it’s our old pal Commander Ali Dizaei aka the “Dizaei Rascal”, who has been exposed as what many of us all knew he was – a bully and a first-class liar – and sentenced to four years imprisonment. At long last, it would appear that this gangster in uniform – a man that has somehow managed to retain his position on account of a politically correct, ham-fisted and weak-kneed establishment that has buckled every time he has opened his very loud mouth – has finally got his comeuppance.

I am predicting right now that Dizaei will immediately appeal and will probably be seen sharing a media platform with the odious Max Clifford; regardless of the outcome he will no doubt publish another compilation of salacious “memoirs”, and might even cap it all off by going on some reality television show after he emerges from gaol. Alternatively, he could probably apply to be Tony Blair’s new head of security – the perfect job for a teflon-skinned crook who has been found guilty of perverting the course of justice and misconduct in public office.

With this breaking of this news I am sure that some of us are really hoping that all of the previous charges against Dizaei are thoroughly reinvestigated; it is my sincere desire to see this gangster, fraudster and criminal malcontent end up for a lot longer than four years with some of those he might have falsely put away because they chose not to play ball.

It could have very easily ended up this way for Waad al-Baghdadi, the web designer who did little more than have the temerity to demand payment for his work; as it happens, the extreme lengths to which Dizaei went to support his madcap allegations – up to and including creating self-inflicted wounds and the possible manufacturing of “witnesses” – ultimately led to his downfall.

Of course, this bellicose loudmouth will no doubt blame his situation on “racism”, the simmering (and arguably well-earned) ire of former colleagues or even the bogeyman.

ETA: Here is a link from the BBC News website with an audio recording of Dizaei’s bogus 999 call following his “arrest” of Waad al-Baghdadi; between Criminal Ali and the plank on the other end of the line with cotton wool between her ears, I really don’t think us ordinary members of the public stand much of a chance if we have to rely on these people to protect us…

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What a beardo…

Or rather, silly story of the week.

Muslim Pc’s boss ‘accused him of looking like Osama Bin Laden’

I just don’t know what this fellow, PC Tariq Dost, is complaining about. Look at him. He does look like Osama bin Laden. Put on the headgear and some combat fatigues, and he’d easily walk into any Osama-themed fancy dress party and win all of the best likeness awards.

Last seen in a cave in Afghanistan? Or not?

I had always thought that there was some sort of code in the police force which restricted the length of hair and beards; I am fairly certain that if I joined the police force and tried to get away with sporting something so obvious I wouldn’t stand a chance. But of course, to tell this man to trim it down would be somehow “racist”.

According to the article PC Dost is not a front-line officer, but one would assume that being a “uni” he would have patrolled the beat at some time in his career as a police officer. Forgetting the fact that his rather distinctive beard would have stood out and left him open to obvious ridicule, it would have also constituted something of a health and safety hazard.

Imagine this officer trying to arrest a criminal: it is a known fact that if you try to grab someone who does not wish to be grabbed, they will tend to do their own share of grabbing and pulling. The first thing anyone would see is PC Dost’s beard, of course – for unlike female police officers with long hair who would be able to tie it up in a tight bun, it would be an inviting target for anyone who wanted to give it a good hard yank.

To think that taxpayers’ money is being wasted on this nonsense. Oh, and I would also have asked PC Dost about his weird habit of tucking his trousers into his boots – he worked in recruitment, not SO19. Uniform code, anyone?

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