Not a good idea to upset police
THE police cuts have been met with a demonstration and people wearing "Get shafted and carry on" T-shirts (presumably from a different manufacturer than the Guy Fawkes masks).
I can empathise despite being labelled a "soft terrorist" while fighting theirs and my corner against banksters.
I don't and haven't had the lifestyle demands that are seeing many under austerity upset as they wonder who is in the "squeezed middle".
Greeks are struggling to eat as their management team try to justify Europe representing them to the global markets. However, upsetting the police has historically not been good.
Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.ukView details
Our heavyweight cards have FREE UV silk coating, FREE next day delivery & VAT included. Choose from 1000's of pre-designed templates or upload your own artwork. Orders dispatched within 24hrs.
Terms: Visit our site for more products: Business Cards, Compliment Slips, Letterheads, Leaflets, Postcards, Posters & much more. All items are free next day delivery. www.myprint-247.co.uk
Contact: 01858 468192
Valid until: Sunday, June 30 2013
Predictions of a police state are showing their face today.
The "force" here is being asked to do more under the judicial reform.
In all this I wonder who is it law for? Who was it who said "it's the economy stupid" while brokering trade deals with China to whom every developed economy is now becoming subservient and exposed particularly to labour cost.
We criminalise opposition to this. Young people who are being told "Sorry but only a third of you will prosper at best and you'll be needing a wedge of personal debt to have half a chance at doing so".
Yet those who are manipulating labour with workers in China among others as a tool to extract huge wealth for themselves are free and dubbed "market economists".
Like I say, "who is law for?"
Of course concern about this morality is that the "talent" will leave to work elsewhere and turkeys don't vote for Christmas.
Perhaps that is why police 'talent' like the Met's John Yates now works in Bahrain presiding over police operations on presumably a better pension deal than say the chief constable of Avon and Somerset.