Monday, February 9, 2015

British police force apologises for taking details of Charlie Hebdo readers

(England) Political correctness has become something of a runaway train in the UK, which is why Islamic rape gangs have been getting away with their peccadilloes for so long, which is why the media refuses to refer to Islamic terrorists as terrorists and why in over 30 years not one person has been charged and prosecuted for Female Genital Mutilation (yet there are 66,000 girls in Britain who are already victims of FGM, with another 30,000 at risk).

Well, maybe that explains why Wiltshire Police decided to demand from Newsagents the details of anybody who purchased the survivor edition of the French satirical magazine 'Charlie Hebdo' in the wake of the Paris terror attacks. Yes you heard that right, the British Police demanded they be given the names of these 'presumably' latent terrorists. When this was made public, Wiltshire Islamic police force quickly issued this statement:
“Following the terrorism incident in Paris, France on 7 January 2015, Wiltshire police undertook an assessment of community tensions across the county. As part of this work, local sector policing teams were asked to be mindful of business premises, in particular newsagents who may be distributing the Charlie Hebdo magazine and to consider that these shops may be vulnerable.
Followed by:
“Wiltshire police would like to apologise to the members of public who may be affected by this. Information relating to this specific incident has been permanently and securely disposed of."
No doubt Wiltshire finest will be sparing no effort in trying to track me down.