Who is being watched?

Rotherham child-sex victim confronts her alleged abuser in the street… but SHE is arrested by a van load of police

  • Victim saw man she says abused her walking the town’s streets
  • The now 28-year-old challenged him over claims of grooming and violence
  • But when police arrived, she was handcuffed and arrested by officers
  • She was ‘shoved into van’ by two officers in ‘thuggish’ arrest, witness says
  • Police later realized they had been hoping to interview her over claims
  • She refused to speak to them after she was reportedly pushed against wall

‘The woman was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order offenses.
‘She was taken to Main Street Police Station where she was detained and later released on police bail.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2756140/Rotherham-child-abuse-victim-confronts-alleged-abuser-street-SHE-arrested-van-load-police.html#ixzz3DQJYbIdA
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When I finished working in Boston in 2011 the Occupy “protests” were only a few weeks from starting.  Later on in the fall I saw some of it as I went back to the Financial District in Boston a few more times to see old friends that I had worked with.  Each time I walked by the parliament of fools sprawled (illegally) on the new Greenway project among the recently and (and since we are talking about the City of Boston) expensively installed scrubs and flowers. Seeing the idiots tying strings to frail bushes to drape their rants and rain shelters and ruining the same for no good cause made to rise in me an urge to rigorously kick some dirty behinds.

But each time I came into Boston where-ever I saw those damn dirty apes (where have I heard that line before?) I also (always) saw the Boston Police, the State Troopers or the Capital Police.  And I knew the real reason they were there and to protect City or State property wasn’t one of them.  To enforce health codes wasn’t the reason, because they didn’t.  To enforce the edicts and ordinances banning open and public lewdness, intoxication, public swearing…etc: No, No, No, No and etc…     The real and only reason they were there was to protect the Occupy Scum from people like me.  The tens of thousands of citizens who got off the trains and buses at South Station each morning and at the end of the day turned around and scuffled off on the return journey each evening.  Who paid taxes that initially paid for what was being defiled and would have to pony up to pay for the replacement after it was over.   From the sick and angry sideways looks at Elizabeth Warren’s children you knew that if the “Forces of Public Order” weren’t there then quite a few of those workers would have gone home, changed into their weekend work clothes, gotten the softball bat or golf club and returned to clean house.  Oh Yes!

That poor English girl in the story about Rotherham.  What is a charge of “arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated public order offenses” but political correctness made supreme and Occupy Triumphant.

Since the whole Occupy fiasco I’ve been keenly watching the stories of the use of the power of the State to protect any assault on the liberty and fortunes of the people by those outsiders favored by that State to break the power of the ballot box and to strip the means of the people to support themselves without having to kneel in the dirt and hold out a supplicating hand to beg for enough to live on.   In California nobody will answer the question of why, if you have the illegals in custody and on a bus, why did you turn that bus north instead of south?  When the citizens of the state block the road and turn those buses back, why do armed federal agents form a line to protect those who have no right to be in the country? Why do the citizens get threatened with arrest and the use of force if they repeat their actions?    Why the HELL are you FLYING illegals from the southern border to Alaska, Massachusetts and Maine (among a few).   Well, as I’ve opined, the reason seems clear.  To break us.

The future seems clear, and bleak.  The huge increase in domestic surveillance, the militarization of all Federal agencies, and purging of the US military using a political litmus test.  The question is, how soon?  And will enough of the US Military and Federal establishment be willing to go along with the Regimes plans for them to succeed?

About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the God-Emperor Donald. Do like to kayak, cook, take photos, bike, watch old movies and read.
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3 Responses to Who is being watched?

  1. Will says:

    It’s disgusting, and each day that passes, the news gets worse. Lucky for me, I was away from urban areas (we had some of it here, but I seldom venture in-town) when the horde was mobilized. When hearing you speak of the financial center, I’m reminded of the bicycle “messengers” that hung out at that small triangular, park near there. Nasty, confrontational and entitled. Remember that one of them finally hit the wrong pedestrian, and Mumbles was forced to take action, making them wear big numbers so as to be identified.


    • That park was Winthrop Square and the building next to it was the old Record American newspaper building. The statue in the park was Robert Burns. Forty odd years ago I had a pair of boots made by Boston Bootmakers who were in that building. Handmade to fit my feet perfectly. God, they were beautiful, it was an extravagance (especially considering what I was getting paid back then) but they were the most comfortable footwear I’ve ever owned. Lost in the house fire in 2004 along with everything else of course.
      On the other side of the Bank of America building, in the summer, we usually ate our lunch sitting on the benches in the park in Post Office Square. One of the best girl watching venues in the city. The park was privately owned and maintained, which put it in a different class when other city parks. In the summer, during lunch, the parks management paid for a string quartet to play under the arbor for the passersby and people sitting on the benches and the grass. Classy.


  2. Will says:

    Ah yes. That sounds familiar. I remembered the statue, but just not who. I worked on Kingston, and would walk up there at lunch often, particularly in good weather. I worked there for most of the nineties. Unfortunately, I never spent much time in the city owing to the commute…basically two hours each way door to door. I remember the Globe bookstore fondly, they had a good travel section. I entertained moving closer, but rents were so crazy, and I hardly, if ever drove in.


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