Blogroll Me! How This Old Brit Sees It ...: About the death of Mr Ian Tomlinson and Britain's 21st century Big-Brother-Bully-Boy-Bobbies

08 April 2009

About the death of Mr Ian Tomlinson and Britain's 21st century Big-Brother-Bully-Boy-Bobbies

The unfortunate London newspaper seller shown above is Ian Tomlinson

Shortly after this picture was taken, Ian Tomlinson was dead ... thanks entirely to a big brave British bobby's cowardly assault/attack.

(The term 'big brave' is obviously sarcasm, of course.)

The innocent victim's family are urgently appealing for witnesses.

Well, anyone who sees, has seen or will see the film footage that can be found at our link below below can witness first hand exactly what happened.

Including seeing the sadistic, helmeted and uniformed little shit who shoved and battoned this poor man ~ from behind. That's right, from behind. And so self evidently without any just cause.

See for yourself then you be the judge.

We say (along with many, many more) that any outcome other than a manslaughter charge being brought against the police officer concerned, will be a crime in itself.

NO perpetrator is above the law of this land simply because they wear a f*cking uniform ~ ANY uniform.

Justice must be done. Moreover, justice must be seen to be done.

If, in present day Britain, innocent working men & women simply going about their peaceful business and living their everyday perfectly legal lives, are not safe from those who are supposed to be duty bound to protect them, then God help us all.

What a crying sodding shame that this once great country should ever have come to this.

We wonder whether there will be a 'whitewash'. We fear that there may be. We hope that there wont be.

There's much more on this right here.

And before anyone else says it, yeah, we know that all police officers are not the same. However, as we see it, an increasing number of them are certainly, to say the least, "not fit for purpose".

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Anonymous Charles said...

That looks like it could have been a WPC to me. Maybe trying to show off to her male collegues?

4:16 pm  
Anonymous bootlean said...

They ALL think they're above the law.

Look at this pr*ck who killed a teenage girl when driving his car at 94 a 30 MPH zone.

4:19 pm  
Blogger enigma4ever said...

really awful...
and from what I have read he was not there to demonstrate or protest- just got caught in the wrong place at the wrong time ? was he selling newspapers ?

Has his family come forward ?

( I am blogging it too on watergate summer...very sad...and yes, wrong...)

5:47 pm  
Anonymous pimpernel said...

Richard - I could not agree more. The police have lonf since viewed themselves as "above" the ordinary working man and woman, and to a reasonable degree they are right to do so.


Because they are not the people's police force. They are our masters' police force, dedicated to their given task of perpetuating their complete dominance of we the mere 'people'.

There are still decent bobbies of course but the fact that is what they are, presently almost certainly guarantees that policing here will continue getting worse - not better.

Promotion of any serious kind in today's police service is entirely dependent on parroting their superiors' infinitum. Woe betide the honest policeman who dares to question.

11:04 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it's important to note that not even the highly trained dogs perceived this man as any kind of threat. Note their original body language as he idles by. They are not the slightest bit concerned about him. Completely turning their backs on him even.

Sadly, this poor man [who wasn't exacly the sharpest knife in the drawer] made the FATAL mistake of believing he too could safely turn his back. After all, he assumed, as you or I would, that he could NOT have been safer - surrounded by so many "brave" policemen.

The overall behaviour of the police has over the last few years deteriorated at an alarming rate. One has to wonder how awful it will be allowed to become before...before...what?

11:27 pm  
Blogger Nevin said...

Alex Jones has been repeating over and over again, of the emerging "police state". According to him, it's all part of the New World Order. Whether one believes him or not, it is becoming more and more obvious the me, the Western nations are becoming more aggressive towards it's own citizens and others around the world.... I hate to see our civil liberties taken away from us, bit by bit.... :(

12:06 am  
Anonymous Sirkowski said...

If Ian had been a Jew and a member of the IDF would you feel the same way?

1:24 am  
Anonymous pimpernel said...

Sirkowski, that's beneath contempt.

Richard, I'm surprised you let that stand.

11:53 pm  
Anonymous Del said...

Yes, it is sad that this man died. Yes, it does look as though this assault on him was unprovoked and if that is the case then it must be investigated and if the officer was wrong, then he must be dealt with as appropriate.

BUT you people who use this incident to spout off about the Police being above the law, bullies, etc make me sick!!!

Imagine putting yourself in the position of wearing that uniform and going to work year in, year out, dealing with lowlife constantly. Taking abuse and seeing firsthand how the criminal justice system sucks. Being bogged down by reams of paperwork and undermanned on shift.Being assaulted and being put in fearfull or hazardous situations on a daily basis. You don't choose to do it and good for you. They do,thank God.

They do say that society gets the police it deserves!!!!!

What does that say about you ?!

2:46 am  
Blogger Gert said...

Earth to Del:

You just don't get it, do you?

If a Friday night clubber had pushed another punter to the floor like PC Plod had done and the victim had died minutes later, then also a few minutes later the pusher would have been arrested and interviewed, later to be charged or released w/o charge.

Why would this copper be treated any different? BECAUSE he's a copper? Because 'he deals with lowlife constantly'?

You're the nut here.

Good post.

4:46 pm  
Anonymous Sirkowski said...


We all know Richard hates the Jews and Israel. It's a fair question.

10:46 pm  
Blogger Richard said...

Pimpernel, and everyone else.

I (vitually) know this person Sirkowski. In the past, he's tried the same old anti-semite slur against me. It didn't wash then and it won't wash now.

I let the comment through moderation merely to see if he would follow up with lies and personal slurs here on my own blog.

He's the type that moderation facilities were invented for. As they were also for the real anti-semites whose posts led me to institute moderation in the first place. But that's something he doesn't know, since he's so sure he's right.

He really must be bored out of his mind to bother coming here to this blog of mine and to bother to make any comment at all. He never has before.

Had he previously read here regularly he would have read what I long ago openly declared were ALL the reasons I was invoking moderation.

Anyhow, he had his chance and he blew it, both by making things personal and by outright lying.

For what it's worth, I 'think' he's anti-Brit, ant-old and anti-Gentile, but because I have no proof positive I'll have to stick with saying that's just what I 'think'.

I wouldn't dream, in a million years, of saying "We all know" he is.

11:44 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Rich

This is a site I am also on, have been for years, here is his take on it

There is no right or wrong, a man has died...

My first question (and I hadnt read of this till I read your post) would of the media furore been different if he was a protestor, or as the Inspector says a policeman.

to me a man has died, no matter if he was 'innocent' and that needs to be treated with reverence, as emotional as it is.. to he and his family untill an investigation is completed

10:01 am  
Anonymous DEL said...


Read my previous comment again, VERY SLOWLY.

I did not stick up for this particular officer.

I was commenting on the people who feel it is their right to vent off at the police in general without taking into consideration the bigger picture !

(A bit like you just did with your last comment !!!!) Lol.

1:30 pm  
Anonymous bootlean said...

Del, I stand by what I said. Obviously, you see things from a different point of view. Are you perhaps a police officer? One of those, unlike Mr and Mrs Average, who earn's their living in "THE" job?

Be they in or out of a uniform, nobody, be they "official authorities" or not, has a God given 'right' to be respected. Respect has to be earned, and when people of my OAP age begin losing their respect for the police then the police have problems...big problems.

As with all people with problems nothing is likely to change until they have first acknowledged the problem.

9:12 pm  
Blogger Ardent said...

I was absolutely appalled when I saw this on the news. The man was walking along minding his own business with his hands in his pocket. The cop is an ultimate, gutless pig. Police have become so heartless.

10:32 am  
Blogger wayland said...

I agree, it looks like a WPC. Look at the body langauge when the officer is walking about. It seemed odd to me, I though what sort of man walks about like that? Peter Pan came to mind.


11:13 am  

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