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The Dragon
17 Jun 21 22:35
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institutionally corrupt

now theres a surprise

Dicks got to go

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By:
ericster
When: 18 Jun 21 12:11
Not good is it.
By:
The Dragon
When: 18 Jun 21 15:00
vile institution as most public funded authoritarian bodies are
By:
ericster
When: 18 Jun 21 15:04
I really don't see what good getting rid of Dick will do.
Yes of course she has got to go but as you said, institutionally corrupt.
A bit like racing lol!
All those brown envelopes being passed around.
By:
The Dragon
When: 23 Jun 21 22:39
not sure eric but they need to appoint people who have integrity and honour
By:
feedthepony
When: 23 Jun 21 23:00
disgusting organisation - only there to protect and serve themselves.  Police are a disgrace
By:
ericster
When: 24 Jun 21 07:34

Jun 23, 2021 -- 4:39PM, The Dragon wrote:


not sure eric but they need to appoint people who have integrity and honour


Now wouldn't [that] something.
It's just how society is mate.

By:
ericster
When: 24 Jun 21 07:35
Wouldn't that BE something even. Cry
By:
boxingthefox
When: 24 Jun 21 10:01
I have known a few in the 'Met' including a distant relative
I wouldn't trust any of them. My 'distant relative' won great praise and an award for community policing in Ladbroke grove. He was an out and out racist, who fitted up many of Caribbean heritage, because he hated them with a passion. How the hell does that work!
By:
boxingthefox
When: 24 Jun 21 10:52
That same relative, did something that I copied on the western avenue when getting grief from my missus who loved to row with me when driving, how dangerous is that.

My relative was driving on holiday through the Curragh of Kildare he was getting grief from the wife and mother in law, he stopped the hire car, got out taking the keys with him and started walking back to Dublin knowing he could thumb a lift, a common practice in Ireland back then. My hero. Laugh
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