From the Venerable First Earl of Cromer at Lambeth Walk
Islam Awareness Day for the Police
Yesterday in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, more than thirty rank-and-file community police officers and PCSOs gathered at the Castlemere Community Centre along with a number of their senior officers.
They were there to learn about ‘a day in the life of a Muslim’.
The course was designed by a Muslim Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) called Madasar Nasir. He aimed to ‘provide the officers with a better understanding of the service providers, policy makers and professionals working within the Muslim community, who are responsible for developing community cohesion, in the hope that this would enable them to meet the needs of the local community more efficiently.’
After that was out of the way, the officers were taken on a tour of Central Mosque in Tweedale Street.
Finally, they ‘enjoyed a taste of Asian cuisine’.
Inspector Michelle Hughes hailed the event worthwhile and successful. She said:
“Events like these help fulfill our responsibility to comply with both race relations and equal opportunities legislation and shows that we take our responsibilities very seriously.
“My thanks go to the staff at Castlemere Community Centre for their assistance in organising such a fine event and I hope that this is the first of many.”
As the Venerable First Earl of Cromer was heard to say:
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Yes, the first of many. After all, it’s not as if Britain is being plagued by an unprecedented wave of violent crime. The public might as well pay these officers for a bit of unashamed groveling dhimmitude followed by a delicious curry.
Actually, your Venerableness, these police are practicing for life in the Ummah. They hope to keep their jobs in the new regime.
Seriously, I’ll bet this was a top-down order to attend…or else. I’d love to have been a fly on the wall when any of them got home that night and was asked, “so, how was your day, dear?”
What I want to know is when do the authorities organize groups of Muslims to live as “A Brit for a Day”. That might make for some entertaining reality TV.
While dictators rage and statesmen talk, all Europe dances – to The Lambeth Walk.