Sunday, June 10, 2018

A Police Officer in Britain Today



This guy uses some profanity after 9 minutes in, which infuriates me (why do so many of these people have to cuss like that? How can they expect any nice, decent people to want to watch their videos and LEARN anything??) but he says some good things. And the comment section is an eye opener (but as always, there is profanity in that, too). Here are a few of the comments:

MrCool Mug
MrCool Mug
1 week ago (edited)
I've said it before: the melting-pot is a pressure cooker. The state has to use increasingly totalitarian methods to maintain a semblance of order, which can only ever be a semblance because the disorder is deep and spiritual. Combine the fact that we have largely abandoned Christianity, and therefore disposed of the Christian conceptions of Good and Evil (which has made way for Gay marriage, abortion, and every other immorality which has been transvaluated into a Good), with the foreign values of alien waves which have come into Britain over the past few decades, and you have a society that doesn't fundamentally know who or what it is. This incoherence creates a deep spiritual (and cultural: look at the arts) malaise and a bitterness and confusion about who to point the finger at: who's to blame for this deeply rooted disenchantment. All this can only lead eventually to civil strife, unless someone comes along who is capable of unifying the British people around a sense of themselves that will ensure their survival; but this will inevitably lead to civil strife also.

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Andrew Foster [Matthew 5:43-44]
Andrew Foster [Matthew 5:43-44]
1 week ago
So the answer is to go back to our God given understanding of right and wrong.  But that won't happen.  Not in any great number.  And time is so very short now, Jesus is coming back very soon.



Graham Smith
Graham Smith
5 days ago
MrCool Mug - & then it will explode !

Finarfin
Finarfin
1 week ago (edited)
I was at my Mother's early Monday evening and of course the TV was turned on  -  is it ever turned off?  Even when nobody is watching it?  It must have been the end of a certain programme and the short interlude between.  I glanced at the clock - 7pm precisely.  The TV station being broadcast - Channel 4.

An address by .......... Sadiq Khan. No picture, just the C4 logo and our London mayor's voice.

What followed was ....... bizarre?  Or is it now the norm?  I don't own a TV, haven't since 1998.

Sadiq mentioned the hot weather and the pleasantries of a Bank Holiday weekend.  Nevertheless he informed that he was still working 'tirelessly', despite the holiday and the heat, to do the very best for London and its people.  There then followed the usual buzzwords about Diversity, Inclusion, etc.  Astonishing - or not!

He then went on to say that, after a hot day and all his tireless work, there was nothing better, when evening arrived than .......... breaking his fast !  With people of ALL FAITHS - and Cultures and ethnicities.  It's a really beautiful time, he exhorted.

He finished up the address with ......... Happy Ramadan.


So how long has this been going on?  Not too long something tells me, but it's now rolled out and will become a norm.  Ramadan, breaking your fast, diversity - on the early evening broadcast of a prominent TV channel.

It's no use going on about TV, or C4 or your particular aversion - untold millions are watching it.

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