Saturday, September 02, 2017


Expect more and more of this:

More info from Liberty GB:

"... According to Ken Marsh, Chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, the Notting Hill Carnival should not be allowed "to carry on regardless" after 31 officers were injured during the latest two-day event.

He said officers had blood spat on them, were splashed with a "potentially acidic substance" and had bottles and other objects thrown at them.

He accused the force of treating the statistics on injuries to officers as "almost a matter of fact. As if this is the norm. As if this is acceptable. It is none of the above. It is a disgrace. ... They have families, they have homes to go to. This is not normal. This is not acceptable."

You bet it's not acceptable. But keep voting Liblabcon and avoiding JIM acronyms, my dear inhabitant of Small Britain.

Hmmm. A potentially acidic substance... I recall images from earlier this week of busty girls at the carnival, who would have been sprayed with a 'potentially acidic substance'. Punishment for showing too much flesh?

Guess so. And that's how it goes. That's how the followers of the prophet give subtle hints to stay away next time, lest their sensitivities are hurt by décolletés. I suspect that in 2018, the "potentially acidic substance" will be a bit more HCl and a bit less H2O. And the year after, etc...

And by 2022 Sad Dick Khan will issue a statement that these busty displays were a form of bodyshaming anyway.


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