Sunday, 23 November 2014

When criminals become cops

On 15 November 2014, Martin Beckford told us this in The Daily Mail:
“Britain’s biggest force is already recruiting those who have been on the wrong side of the law in a controversial attempt to increase race diversity… All forces across England and Wales will be encouraged to adopt softer rules on who should be ruled out from becoming a police officer…

Ahead of the new nationwide code of practice, Scotland Yard has already relaxed its own rules to get more black and ethnic officers on the force, so that it becomes more representative of London’s diverse population.

In a recent report the Met said: ‘Vetting removes 1.6 per cent of all applicants from the recruitment process. However, it removes 4.5 per cent of BME candidates.”
And we can’t have that, can we? Can’t have all those minority criminals denied the chance to nab the odd non-minority criminal. Oh no.

You notice I said non-minority criminal? That’s me toying with political correctness. I mean, it would have been a bit iffy if I’d said ‘minority criminals denied the chance to nab the odd minority criminal,’ wouldn’t it? Yeah. It might have seemed like I was having a go at those we never wanted here.

Particularly the criminals.

Who are about to get the chance to behave criminally in uniform.

The lunatics are no longer running the asylum, ladies and gentlemen. They are out here with us running the whole damn show.

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