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It takes a nation to protect the nation

This forum is to collect articles about corruption in the UK police force in the normal, criminal sense; and misdirection, as when officers support and protect criminals, terrorists, and child grooming gangs instead of protecting the average law abiding citizen, as was their original purpose.

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Ten years for married cop who killed lover via the Metro app

Glasgow: Police submit to mob rule after trying to deport 2 illegals: 

Photos of Glasgow event ;

Previously I'd have thought: well that's really bad, laws overturned, authority handed over to the mosque (even though both of the illegals were Sikh - enemies of Islam BTW, but the 'lawyer' did it to show authority lies with Islam). 
But looking at it now, I just think "Its over". All the state  actors in that drama, that were supposed to protect me (by keeping out illegals, and deporting them, and maintaining laws, and not bending them because somebody's dog has died, and not stopping them because a big crowd assembled, and by removing some idiot who has crawled under the police van (how hard is that?) )
- all those that were supposed to protect me either capitulated (in the case of the UK govt, the police, etc) or supported the other side (in the case of the SNP and some woke white  QC woman that tweeted about it, or all the leftist loons that assembled there).
And this was on the street that Kriss Donald was abducted from and tortured to death by Muslim thugs!
The system is so rotten, it was beyond saving some time ago, at least 5 years ago. 
That video really sums the whole thing up, in its own way. Equality before the law is well and truly dead, as that article by Delingpole sums up so well.


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