It is not often that the mask of the system drops.
This story here is a glimpse of the reality in our nation ;
There is no longer One Law in our nation, in fact there are many laws all operating with a fundamental double standard.
The crimes of certain ethnic minority racial and religious groups are excused, minimised, unpunished and in many cases unprosecuted.
This is because extremist religious, racist, political sects within Islam have been able to terrorise, intimidate, coerce and cajole our government, the Police, the CPS, ACPO, the courts and Judges into dong exactly what they want.
When the victims of these criminal groups and individuals defend themselves, they are called criminals by the media, arrested by the police, prosecuted and jailed. In the meantime the criminals are able to operate with almost total impunity in our communities.
The Police have been ordered to hide evidence of their crimes, the local newspapers work with local councils and the police to hide stories of criminality and the CPS refuses to prosecute cases against the criminals.
I am at the moment helping certain individuals who are trying to get the Police and social services to hurry up and finish a long investigation into a massive organised paedophile ring in a certain Northern town involving young white children being targeted.
There are so many things being hidden by the government, police, media that I fear we are almost at a tipping point in our society.
This year may indeed see a Summer Of Revolution, for the people are waking up to the reality of their situations.
The police and government think that because the white majority have been passive for so long, that they can now take the piss out of us all and put the interests of minorities above the majority - they had better think again.
POLICE IN RACE BIAS OUTRAGE
Scottish forces ordered to give priority to crimes against Muslims
by Dean Herbert
Police in Scotland have been ordered to give special priority to crimes where the victims are Muslim.
In a move that last night sparked a fresh row over political correctness, a senior officer revealed that the race and religion of a victim has now become a crucial factor in how police respond to crime.
Inspector Tom Galbraith, of Lothian and Borders Police’s diversity unit, told a conference on tackling terrorism that it was important to stop Scottish Muslims feeling “vulnerable” in case they were driven towards radicalism.
Mr. Galbraith said the force encouraged officers to consider the religious or ethnic backgrounds of victims to assess their needs in dealing with hate crimes.
He said that both an attack and a perceived lack of action by police could turn Islamic youths into future terrorists.
Mr. Galbraith also revealed that police officers, Special Branch and BAA security staff were being given special lessons about Islamic culture after Muslims complained that being questioned when entering the country about whether they pray and attend mosques was offensive to their faith.
Speaking at a national security conference in Edinburgh on Thursday, Mr. Galbraith said, “It is not about treating everybody the same.
If I have a young Asian man who has been subjected to a hate crime, I would rather put more resources into that than if it had happened to a white male because the white male is far less likely to end up becoming radicalised.”
He later confirmed that his remarks were in line with Lothian and Borders Police policy, saying that cases of hate crime were assessed “by need”.
He added: “You have to consider cases according to need. The idea of treating people all the same is a bit naive and we have to remember that there are vulnerable individuals who can be put on the path of radicalism.”
Last night, the police were criticised for being too politically correct in dealing with hate crimes.
Conservative Justice spokesman Bill Aitken said: “I’m afraid we are now living in a society in which some people are more equal than others.
“Not accepting assault against some people is a serious matter and the law is required to be proactive in each and every case.
“There is no room for political correctness in the fight against crime.”
Richard Cook, Scottish spokesman for the Campaign Against Political Correctness, added: “I think people will be extremely concerned that victims are being treated differently according to their religion, colour of their skin and where they live.”
Inspector Tom Galbraith
During the conference, Mr. Galbraith also said that police officers and airport security staff were being given lessons in Islamic culture to avoid offending arrivals.
He said: “Sometimes they will be asked “Do you pray?” or “Do you visit mosques?” when they arrive in the country.
“This kind of thing is derogatory to the Islamic faith. A lot of people then wonder what is wrong with going to mosques in this country.
“It is about making an effort in learning about other cultures and faiths.”
He later confirmed that training in Islamic culture was now on-going among officers.
Mr. Galbraith joined Lothian and Borders police in 1988.
He presently works in the diversity unit under the “prevent” strand of the UK counter-terrorism strategy.