Saturday, 21 March 2009

Patriot PC sacked

Chief Constables looking at The List

So as expected, PC Steve Bettley of Merseyside police has been sacked after his name was found on the British National Party's Role of Honour that was stolen from their offices.
"In determining their findings, the panel confirmed there was no evidence that Pc Bettley had ever displayed any racist views or discriminatory behaviour in the workplace.

"The panel determined that Pc Bettley's membership of the BNP is a clear breach of lawful orders and police regulations as the party's views are incompatible with the duties and values of the Police Service."

A ban on serving police officers joining the BNP was introduced by the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo) in 2004.
Leaving out the fact, that no person should be dismissed from their job because of their political beliefs, I should imagine that most peoples views are now incompatible with the values of a Police Service that only serves their political marxist masters.

One thought though keeps me going. And that is the sure knowledge that the British National Party is unstoppable and those Chief Police Officers who brought in this unjust law will themselves be brought to justice, thrown out of their jobs and stripped of their pensions. What goes around comes around..

The British National Party NEVER forgets or forgives traitors and those who work against the British Peoples interests should remember that.

Stories of interest.

Police employ illegal immigrants.

Moslems police officers decide what jobs they will do.


Mike Green (Editor) said...

South Wales BNP had a really successful leafletting exercise in Swansea today. Socialist Non Worker protesters located us and caused a disturbance. We stood our ground and quadrupeled our business. At least 6 Police Officers attended and saw that peace was restored. They were very courteous to us neither showing favour or disfavour. Exactly what should of happened. Congratulations to their professionalism.
Only a small number of Rank and File Police are pawns, it is the CP graduates we must watch.
I have no doubt that PC Steve Bettley will be reinstated on appeal. I wish him well even though he has denied us.

Anonymous said...

hold the press! he's hardly a patriot. he has gone on record denouncing the bnp even after he has been sacked.
he shouldve stuck by his words and actions and fought this rather than give in to the establishment. what a publicity coup of only he had given a ppress statement denouncing islamic extremists police officers.
sorry, but to be really harsh, the man is a coward. im so sick of all the listed members who pussy out when exposed. be a proud to be on that list, I bloody well am and I tell everyone who has asked why I am on that list.
grow a pair ex pc bettley.

Anonymous said...

Celtic Morning. Typical copper, hasnt got the courage of his convictions and is prepared to kiss establishment arse to save his poxy job. Says he was never a member, good, we dont want limp wrist arse holes like him. If Britain is to be saved it wont be by the likes of this cringing specimen. I would rather give some support and encouragement to the Sri Lankan Lib Dem councilor just sacked from his postmaster job for speaking out against moslims and other "enrichers", who promptly raised a petition against him and had him sacked. He may be misguided in his membership of the Lib Dems but at least he stands by what he believes in, seems to have patriotic views and has made a genuine attempt to integrate into Britain, a country he says he loves and is proud of.

ProudGeordie said...

Got a link to that Anonymous? I like to her both sides of a story.

Runesword said...

Remembrance day -

Lest we forget ..........

Mike Green (Editor) said...

I seem to have had my wrist slapped, but I speak with with knowlege.
I served 20 odd years in the police in South Wales. When I joined in the 70's my duties were the 'protection of life and property and the prosecution of offenders'. There was no Crown Prosecution Service, no IPPC, no ACPO, no PACE and no real restrictions on suspects time spent in custody. Individual officers knew the law and an arrest was not accepted by the charge room sergeant unless all the supporting facts were there.
Pay was poor and you joined because it was a vocation. Senior officers had to earn respect and it was all very military like. Recruits were encouraged to intergrate fully and there was a 2 year probationary period where a senior Constable taught you how to be a real copper. You were then on your own, sometimes in very hostile areas.
Police were respected by all and we took pride in an outgated uniform. We had antiquated radios {if lucky}, and earned our place in the community. The term 'Superior Officer' did not exist. We all mucked in together although seniority was recognised. Most voted conservative and were not banned frightened off from membership of a political party as even if discovered your boss was probably a member anyway and nothing would be done except being shown how to disguise the fact. Most like me refused outright to attend racial and disablement awareness courses well into our service. We paid for this with failed promotions and often being forced to work many miles from home. We were given no credit for having worked for years without fear or favour to anyone, and I saw these courses as a gross insult to my intelligence.
Todays Police service has none of this. The officers that you see walk on eggshells and act mostly upon the direct orders of others.
These others are mainly fast-tracked graduates of today's poor universities who have been brainwashed. New officers have had all the guts ripped from them before they reach the streets because of equality awareness courses. A 6 foot white officer who plays rugby and would create an aura and respect when attending a call was what people expected and got. Now they are likely to get a 5 footish woman officer that no one can see in a crowd. Note : I have not mentioned race. It does matter no matter what people might force upon us.
The weak attitude of PC Bettley denying membership is not his fault. If he lies about this he has lied about other things and he should not have been in the job in the first place. However he is more likely to be a product of a system which has destroyed the moral fibre and courage of its officers. We used to have individuals who were famous throughout the force. I doubt if there are any nowadays.
Soon the police will have been completely politicised. We do not have long, and we must make it party policy to defeat this creeping plague.
This PC may well be a coward who we would not want in the BNP. Or he could just be an ordinary bloke who has had the will to fight sucked out of him by this insipid government.