Police Priorities

In Clown World, protecting feelings is more important than protecting persons and property:

A Police Scotland pilot in Aberdeen which was deemed a “success” means “more than 24,000 offences a year will no longer be allocated to a front-line officer.”

The body refused to tell the Telegraph which offences would not be investigated, asserting that it would provide criminals with a “tactical advantage”.

“Police Scotland refused to release the data, claiming that admitting which crimes the policy could apply to would risk handing “those with criminal intent” the opportunity to “plan and orchestrate their criminal activities with the aim to avoid detection,” reports the newspaper.

However, Chief Constable Jo Farrell told a meeting of the Scottish Police Authority that some forms of theft and criminal damage would not be investigated. The new policy is designed to free up time for officers to focus on other crimes.

The absurdity of this plan is heightened by the fact that from April 1st, hate crime legislation comes into force in Scotland that will require additional resources to assess every single report.

So, the good news for the Scottish people is that while no one will be prevented from stealing their property, at least their speech will be policed and the feelings of the foreigners invading their country will be protected.

It’s really rather remarkable that the Irish and Scottish people fought so hard, so violently, and for so long, against British rule, and yet they accept this foreign insanity with barely a protest.