Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Re-Writing Recent History?


"Lord" Stevens, who was such a brilliant Commissar of the Metropolitan Police Farce has been asked by "Yvette" Balls to head up a talking shop to look into policing.

Is this the same top copper on whose watch an innocent electrician was murdered on an underground train - but no worries, promotions all round for the guilty parties?

Is this the same top copper on whose watch crime fell to such low levels that locksmiths in London were topping themselves because householders were able to leave their doors open?


Is this the same top copper on whose watch scum like Dodgy Dizai played the race card to achieve unwarranted promotion?

Is this the same top copper on whose watch the lucky denizens of London had a policeman permanently positioned on every street corner twenty-four seven?

Is this the same top copper on whose watch the initial enquiry into phone hacking was such a thorough-going success leading to loads of prosecutions and convictions and an end to sleaze in the tabloids?

Is this the same top copper who was so admired by his police authority that the Mayor of London begged him not to take early retirement?

Hmmmmmmm

The Penguin

6 comments:

Captain Haddock said...

Its a bloody good job that bloke, second from right has ears ..

What's he got on his head .. his mum's coal scuttle ? ... ;)

Oh .. and I think you'll find the answer to most of your questions is actually ..

Ian (strutting, short-arsed, little bantam-cock) Blair ..

The Penguin said...

Yeah, they are such interchangeable twats it's easy to forget they are different...

Umbongo said...

When I was a child I think the minimum height for a policeman was 5'10". Even now, almost 60 years later, looking down when talking to a policeman is a disconcerting experience. Atavistic I know but height confers instant (potential) authority which, in the context of everyday policing, can be fairly important. That lot being reviewed by the then dildo-in-chief could be champion limbo dancers without the effort of bending down.

Captain Haddock said...

"When I was a child I think the minimum height for a policeman was 5'10" " ...

Same here, I think the height requirement was dropped in case it discriminated against Pygmies ..

When I was a lad, Policemen & women weren't permitted to wear glasses either ..

That was dropped in case it discriminated against blind Pygmies .. ;)

Jan M said...

Yep...

Barking Spider said...

Nah - that was Ian Blair, the Lefty bastard, ZaNuLieBore's favourite copper!