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Saturday, 11 July 2009

Goodbye and good riddance

At long last the Mad Mullah of the Traffic Taliban has retired from policing.

Richard Brunstrom takes with him his daft and offensive ideas.

Let us not forget that his idea of criminalising motorists did not lead to a drop in his accident rate.

But it did lead to a lot of irate motorists - who have never been in trouble with the police before - losing jobs and paying fines they shouldn't have done.

Nice to see he tried going out with his usual Zanu Labour inspired spinning tricks by saying he had cut crime by 50%.

Thankfully his Welsh wage and pensioner payers aren't having any of that and they say he is talking balls.

Don't forget that it was this cretin who in 2007 had to apologise to the family of dead biker Mark Gibney after showing images of his decapitated body to a group of journalists.

He is also the idiot who called a press conference to lambast a pensioner for going a few miles an hour over the speed limit.

Now he is selling everything and taking to the high seas (where he should feel at him with pirates).

Good bye and good riddance you arrogant tosspot.

Captain Gatso
The Motorists Friend

Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Panorama - What Ever Happened to People Power?

I've said it before and I'll say it again - the police, aided and abetted by Zanu Labour, are not interested in democracy and free speech.
They don't want people to speak up and defend their rights (try contesting a wrongly issued parking or speeding ticket and fell the full force of this depravity).
So it's hats off to BBC's Panorama programme for their sterling effort: What Ever Happened to People Power?
Mainly because it used professional, older people to illustrate a point.
It's not young radicals that the police are targeting. It's ordinary law-abiding, hard working people who they can't stand.
They invent reasons to stop and harrass people, keep evidence they shouldn't even have, prevent people from protesting (because that's like soooo dangerous) and enforce a blanket 'everyone is guilty until we say otherwise approach'.
Here at MAD we have been trying to point out that the Police's approach to combatting 'speeding' has worsened the public-police relationship.
From the Panorama programme (watch it here) the police really are their own worst enemies.
I fear though that the damage is done. The police won't give their (mainly illegal) powers no matter who is in charge.
Welcome to Police State Britain! (Good work Blair and Brown, by the way, This should go on your tombstone along with the illegal wars, super high taxation, unlimited immigration......)

Captain Gatso
The Motorists Friend