Tuesday, 5 July 2022

Tell Us Again How It's 'Racism' That Makes You Persona Non Grata...

A site usually used for community events was left covered in rubbish following a seven-day unauthorised encampment by a group of travellers.
A group camped on Mosterton village green, just off the A3066 in the village centre.
They had all vacated the site by Wednesday, June 15 after being told to leave by police, leaving a trail of waste in their wake.

The accumulated rubbish filled two skips... 

One local, who wanted to remain anonymous, said:"After their arrival, the police visited on three occasions to reassure residents they were doing what they could."

Did they check all the vehicles were taxed and insured and had MoTs? Did they inspect the waste to see if there was any identifying information? Did they drive past on a regular basis, late ay night, to ensure the residents felt safer? 

I think we know the answer, don't we, Reader? 


Fahrenheit211 said...

More useless police. Still it could be worse. This could be Kent where the local police chiefs have decided to fly a special flag for 'Gypsy and Traveller Week'. I suspect that Kent police would be even more useless with regards the Caravan Utilising Nomadic Travellers than Dorset police as Kent have show us, by flying the Pikey flag, whose side they are on (hint it's not ours)

Anonymous said...

Travellers. Was there ever a gang so unwelcome as police?

MTG1 said...

@ Anon

Plod and Gypsies have much in common. Both live an easy life on the backs of honest taxpayers. And neither group are accountable; sharing an equal contempt for the law, doing as they please. Seeing the back of them is the best sight they can provide for decent communities.

Anonymous said...

Of course if I as a settled person dumped some rubbish I would be tracked down and punished to the fullest extent of the law. All in UK are not equal before the law.

JuliaM said...

"Still it could be worse. "

Oh, it can always be worse. And maybe the Pride debacle has made a few senior cops reconsider their identity politics pandering?

"Was there ever a gang so unwelcome as police?"


"All in UK are not equal before the law."

That seems to be true. And for a while now, too.