Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Labour stormtroopers in action...



I would say that the police are getting a wee bit carried away. I don't know what happened in the lead up to the video being recorded but the reaction of the crowd and the couple behind the camera suggests that the chap didn't deserve what he got.

Reminds me of a post I published a while ago and this quote from it in particular -

Being the cynical bastard that I am, I think all the 'negative' publicity the police have suffered in recent times is a carefully orchestrated plan for an end game which has still to become apparent.
I think we are being conditioned into seeing the police as the enemy and the public are being whipped into a frenzy by some unseen group. The police are being manipulated too, with senior officers declaring that a summer of riots will soon be upon us and civil unrest training courses being thrust upon the rank and file. The regular frontline police all have itchy 'baton fingers' these days. Robust and firm policing tactics spouted by the police chiefs filter down the chain of command until it reaches the front line, where it seen as a license for thuggery.

tip of the manky bandage to Dazed n Confused for pointing me in the direction of the video

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9 comments:

Dr Melvin T Gray said...

Five paramedics on route to a fancy dress party, were diverted to provide emergency aid to a man found in the road with suspected cardiac arrhythmia.

The paramedics deployed a life saving defibrillator and almost immediately, the patient showed signs of resuscitation. Mr Wellington-Moresque began normal procedure for returning Mr Putchyerandsout to a state of consciousness. However the patient relapsed and the life saving defibrillator was deployed yet again. The team resumed work and Dr Merdebrains supplemented recovery with applied massage to the ventricular posterior, using the open palm technique. At this point the patient is heard to be conscious when normal heart rhythm is re-established. The team of paramedics proceed to check out reflexes and Mr Putchyerandsout is found to resist within normal parameters. At this point another paramedic can be seen checking the patient's rib cage integrity although the test is improvised with boot studs.

A crowd of grateful and amazed onlookers assemble to congratulate the team.

Anonymous said...

What's the problem? He was told to put his hands out and didn't. So they made him.
As a member of the public, I wholeheartedly approve of the police actions. I only wish they could have thrown a net over the rest of the horrible crowd of drunks nearby and teasered them all.
Meanwhile, over in the red corner, Melvin T Gray stands behind the yobs shouting 'knobheads' and 'you're fucking wankers' at the police, thumbing through his Shorter English Dictionary and picking out the wrong words... once again.

The Big Dollop said...

Rab Ya bam

Thats an old video .. you really need to ge a day time job .. lol

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

But if I get a day time job it means that I need to mix with other people...

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

Apparently, the guy getting the kicking from the police had just assaulted a police officer and is resisting arrest.

Pigcatcher said...

Are you quite sure you are entirely free of porcine streak, Rab?

A trotter trail leading to your blog door and terminating in the unmistakeable odour of swill, leads me to believe you may be something of a ham yourself?

scunnert said...

Bravo Dr Melvin.

At one time I worked with severely aggressive mental patients and getting attacked was a daily occurrence. If I had used any of the techniques shown here I would have been fired on the spot. All those coppers for one guy? I would have taken him down and had him pacified in one minute flat with nobody getting hurt in the process.

A bunch ae big Jessies so they are.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

So you used to live in Glasgow then Scunnert...

scunnert said...

Aye Rab - and a better class ae folks ye couldnae ask fur. Oor polis widnae need a taser - taser - taser. They'da sorted it gently - wae a kiss.