The Rough Sleep of the Righteous

This is doing the twitter-rounds today, and it’s pretty disgusting, actually. It’s not at all surprising though, because the police in the UK are, and have been for some many years now, completely out of control.

Without thought, tact, discretion, compassion or nouse.

In fact, such are the systemic problems with many laws as they stand, and the way policing is directed, managed and undertaken, that you really have to be utterly immoral to do the job. If you’re a copper, you are, de facto, a wrong un. A willing wearer of the state’s lumpen jackboot, disrupter of innocent lives in mindless pursuit of targets, all the while satisfying whatever thuggery is needed to quieten your personal inadequacies.

So, onto the main event:

Confiscating the food and shelter of homeless people.

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Police swooped on the homeless, grabbing sleeping bags and food parcels donated by the public, in co-ordinated raids around the borough.

Adam Jaskowiak was one of the men targeted and said he pleaded with police to be able to keep his things but was ignored.

He was sleeping with eight other people finding shelter for the night in the former Ilford Baths in High Road, Ilford.

All of their belongings were bundled into a police car leaving the men, one in his 60s, stunned.

A police chief told the Recorder the operation was carried out to “reduce the negative impact of rough sleepers”.

But Mr Jaskowiak, 34, said: “They were just taking the sleeping bags and chucking out everything. I asked to keep it and the food, but they said ‘no’.

“I just grabbed as many of my things as possible and put them into a bag and ran.”

He was given the sleeping bag by the Salvation Army, Clements Road, Ilford, over the winter months after becoming homeless when his friend died.

Unbelievable, right? But the brave, righteous soul behind this initiative has a name. And that name is SCUM. But he prefers to call himself Chief Inspector John Fish.

Ilford Ch Insp John Fish said: “The public rely on police to reduce the negative impact of rough sleepers, this includes the need for us to assist in the removal of temporary structures, tents, and bedding from public spaces and other inappropriate locations.”

 

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Chief Inspector Big Strong Hardman. Pic from here.

I hope you sleep real well in your warm cosy bed at night, Chief Inspector John Fish. Has your wife left you yet, or is that inevitability still in your grim lonely future?

As an aside, it’s worth bearing in mind that the way the Met Police treat the homeless is clearly a mere bagatelle compared to how they treat rape victims, in the pursuit of their twisted priorities.

AJ

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About Al Jahom
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13 Responses to The Rough Sleep of the Righteous

  1. Bloody disgraceful, they should be helping these people not making things worse. The Police just love those “easy targets” don’t they? Bastards.

  2. The Man With Many Chins says:

    Jesus christ… so when they die of starvation and exposure, I guess that will reduce the “negative” impact even more.

    • I’d prefer they went back to their own country, or into one of the many hostels set up (mostly with my tax money) to care for them.

      But if not, well, I guess starvation and exposure’ll have to do…

  3. Andyh says:

    So, who will prosecute these policement for theft and the senior officers involved for conspiracy to steal?

    “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?”

    or is there more to this story than appears – the quote from Chief Inspector John Fish suggests not.

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  5. Gordon Alexander says:

    That excuse for a human being, John Fish (if he’s responsible for this) is not fit to be a traffic warden, let alone a chief inspector. He should go – now.

  6. jaded48 says:

    Firstly there are plenty of hostels around to take the homeless but in my experience some homeless people don’t live there because they have rules (e.g no boozing).
    Secondly vagrancy is still a crime,usually ignored by the police until someone complains.
    As for the easy target claim,what targets are being hit here? A silly jibe.

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