The Stasi coming to a town near you

#2
In the area I live in, I'd love for a council jobsworth to try to issue a fine to one of the local scallywags.

I'd find it rather hilarious.
 
#3
Praetorian said:
In the area I live in, I'd love for a council jobsworth to try to issue a fine to one of the local scallywags.

I'd find it rather hilarious.
Same here; they would have a very short "career" if they tried it with the local scumbags in my area. :twisted: The real police would be scraping up their remains with a shovel!

Still, it's indicative of this pathetc Gub'mint in general and Smith in particular. That woman has a face I'd never get tired of kicking. :evil:

Oh, and if I was a former member of the Stasi, I sue for defamation of charector!
 
#4
No no no - What the fcuk?

This is Labour Scorched earth in action. What a SH!T idea.

One word - Disaster!!!
 

Fugly

ADC
DirtyBAT
#5
They're handing out all these powers to pathetic busy-bodying turds in cardigans merely to ensure their vote.

Scum. I've met very, very, very few people in any form of power, be it local council/parish/constituency/whatever that do it purely for the interest of helping the community they live in. Most have some ulterior motive.

As i've said quite a few times - a councillor is somebody who is not good enough at telling lies to be a politician.
 
#6
FrankCastle said:
Praetorian said:
In the area I live in, I'd love for a council jobsworth to try to issue a fine to one of the local scallywags.

I'd find it rather hilarious.
Same here; they would have a very short "career" if they tried it with the local scumbags in my area. :twisted: The real police would be scraping up their remains with a shovel!

Still, it's indicative of this pathetc Gub'mint in general and Smith in particular. That woman has a face I'd never get tired of kicking. :evil:

Oh, and if I was a former member of the Stasi, I sue for defamation of charector!
It's all crap. DEMAND someone's name and address? They'd be laughed at (not to mention punched!). Besides what has happened to all the PC nonsence the Government are always spouting, you know about being polite (or is that just to murderer's, child molestors, terrorists) - surely it should be ask for someone's name and address. :roll:

It all boils down to the fact that this is policing on the cheap - why bother employing a real officer at an exorbitant wage (and benefits etc..) when you can employ 2, 3 or 4 wannabe's for the same price!

Remember that "Community Officer" who let a kid drown because it wasn't in his job description to jump in and save him?!!! :evil:

The Government need to employ properly trained Police Officers, not a bunch of paid, jobsworth vigilante types. :x
 
#8
parapauk said:
Coming from people who wouldn't recognise the STASI if they had an East German power-drill shoved down their throats.
Oh I dunno, I reckon Lord John Roper would.
 
#9
Closet_Jibber said:
No no no - What the fcuk?

This is Labour Scorched earth in action. What a SH!T idea.

One word - Disaster!!!
Seconded.

WTF next - Tesco security guards going through the AFO Course?! 8O

Fcuking NOTHING would surprise me with this Gub'mint! :x
 
#10
Speaking as someone in the security industry I don't want it..... 99% of people in the security industry are mongs, there would be even more work for the overstretched Plod to do. PCSO's are a case in point, theres loads of them out there spotting scrotes?crimes which they can't do anything about but call the real police. This would just increase the amount of "badged eyes" out there. Can you imagine a Security guard trying to take beer off a gang of pissed teenagers??? Take it the Nhs and Ambulance service are getting an increase in funding for the influx of fresh bodies?
 
#11
FrankCastle said:
[they would have a very short "career" if they tried it with the local scumbags in my area. :twisted: The real police would be scraping up their remains with a shovel
But they won't try it with the local scumbags, will they? It'll be the 50-year old chap who has to swerve his bike onto the pavement to avoid being knocked off it; it'll be the blameless 30-something school teacher who doesn't notice that a tissue has fallen out of her handbag and who has thus 'littered'.

It'll all end in tears - or more accurately, the Court of Appeal asking whether the current administration has any grasp of the law, including some laws it has introduced....
 
#13
FrankCastle said:
Praetorian said:
In the area I live in, I'd love for a council jobsworth to try to issue a fine to one of the local scallywags.

I'd find it rather hilarious.
Same here; they would have a very short "career" if they tried it with the local scumbags in my area. :twisted: The real police would be scraping up their remains with a shovel!

Still, it's indicative of this pathetc Gub'mint in general and Smith in particular. That woman has a face I'd never get tired of kicking. :evil:

Oh, and if I was a former member of the Stasi, I sue for defamation of charector!
it comes back to the FACT that these stasi types will target the generally law abiding citizens of this country and steer clear of the actual trouble makers.
 
#14
Time to start wearing

And as theiftaker said imagine some fcuking deluded "security gaurd" of demanding and getting hold of a females ID and then start stalking her or worse who will then take the blame for that for allowing the stupid fecking law in the 1st place?
 
#15
Imagine the consequences of the Door Thugs being given the power to issue Fixed penaltys.

I shudder at th thought of how many problems this is going to cause.
 
#16
SkiCarver said:
FrankCastle said:
Praetorian said:
In the area I live in, I'd love for a council jobsworth to try to issue a fine to one of the local scallywags.

I'd find it rather hilarious.
Same here; they would have a very short "career" if they tried it with the local scumbags in my area. :twisted: The real police would be scraping up their remains with a shovel!

Still, it's indicative of this pathetc Gub'mint in general and Smith in particular. That woman has a face I'd never get tired of kicking. :evil:

Oh, and if I was a former member of the Stasi, I sue for defamation of charector!
it comes back to the FACT that these stasi types will target the generally law abiding citizens of this country and steer clear of the actual trouble makers.
Agreed I know a lot of guys who thin out and disappear at the 1st sign of trouble. Can't see most of the guards I know fronting up to todays feral youths when they could go for the easy targets of Pensioners littering or Young Mums dropping Apple cores.
Imaging a retail guard trying to issue a fine....... the mind boggles. The scum ignore banning letters and being ejected time after time. There is something they respond to, but its hard to administer a shoeing with cctv everywhere.
 
#17
sounds like NuLiarboor are looking at starting thier own internal security force.


.................. i wonder if they will get brown shirts??
 
#19
Combined with this -

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2008/08/26/dl2604

"ContactPoint" - another New Lab "initiative", all in the best possible cause, of course: "those who have nothing to hide have nothing to fear" etc etc...

Parents of school aged children beware - anything can, and probably will, be recorded about your child, & by extension you: gossip, rumour, innuendo... You will not know about it - until...?!

I've made reference to this "proposal" in previous threads, & no-one has taken it very seriously. Well, I told you... and it's here now. Enjoy!
 
#20
Honestly, what did we expect?

It’s yet another sign of a Government in disarray and in a steep, desperate nose dive to oblivion.

What is it actually going to achieve? As Archi suggests, it’s not going to clean up the streets or even increase revenue to any great extent. What it will do is create a social climate that 'criminalises' usually law abiding citizens due to the hand-me-down nature of Labours tenure of over control.

We all know from our time in the Armed Forces that a poor leader is one who takes as much control out of its subordinates as it possibly can.

I heard something on the radio today that could possibly help someone out who has been 'done' for littering. The article was about a lad who 20 years ago chucked a load of messages in bottles off the coast of Orkney. One of his bottles has turned up near St Andrews, found by a load of green welly wearing conservationists cleaning a beach up. The question was asked 'could the lad (now an adult) be done for littering? The reply was that he could not due to the fact that he was expecting his 'litter' to be returned to him.

So, the way I see it is, if I chuck a can on the floor and some little Nazi confronts me with a fine, I shall inform him that I am expecting to have the can returned to me by way of recycling at some point in the future. Then I'll stick a bayonet in his neck. I'm in no way suggesting that I litter as a matter of routine as I abhor people who can’t be arsed to take their shit home or put it in a bin, it’s the principal of the matter and if nothing else goes to prove a point against the pseudo fascists we have in every nook and cranny of society today.
 

Similar threads

Latest Threads