Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Plod's Lunacy

Plod's Lunacy

Nanny always claims that she wants to encourage harmony and respect between people...then she comes along and does something stoooopid like this!

Nanny's chums in Greater Manchester Police (GMP) recently asked detectives not to make planned arrests of Muslims during Ramadan, for reasons of religious sensitivity.

I am more than pleased to say that aside from myself thinking that this idea is utter...wait for it...BOLLOCKS, an Islamic youth organisation has also condemned it as "lunacy".

Mohammed Shafiq, from the Ramadhan Foundation, said:

"It's stupid, lunacy,

that police could even consider not arresting Muslims during Ramadan
."

GMP sent the advice by email to officers working in Moss Side, Hulme, Whalley Range, Rusholme, Fallowfield, Ardwick, Longsight, Gorton and Levenshulme.

The e-mail stressed the order did not apply to on-the-spot arrests, only the execution of arrest warrants.

Mr Shafiq said:

"Greater Manchester Police have a history of policing the Muslim community

with great sensitivity and understanding.

That this idea was even thought of is shocking.

I don't know where they get these ideas from

and I'm glad an officer was clearly angry enough to leak the memo.

Police shouldn't hesitate to arrest any Muslims

they had planned to during Ramadan.

We must all be equal under the law.

If people think Muslims are immune from the law,

it will only stir up tensions within the community
."

Extremely well put, it nails the issues firmly on the head.

Nanny must learn that people really hate being patronised.

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:16 PM

    Again, the British police prove they are the most useless form of life on the planet.

    It must actually be pretty depressing to know you are a useless parasite.

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  2. Forgive me for raising this thorny subject, but is this not discriminatory aginst non-muslims?

    Funny how discrimination doesn't seem to work both ways in Bliar's Britain!!!

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  3. Grant3:46 PM

    Next: Thieves going about their business should not be apprehended in case it has a negative outcome for their human rights.


    Actually if the headlines today are correct (only 1 in 38 crimes solved or something like that) I guess it would be a case of "No Change of policy required to comply".

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