An image has been circulating on social media showing a British police officer explaining that hostility is grounds for arrest, and further depicting that not only does “hatred not need to be proven,” but mere “contempt” is now considered a criminal offense. Sadly, this is not a meme or the work of photoshop. In the UK, you can now be arrested and imprisoned for simply disliking Muslims, “migrants,” or any minority group.
The ACPO definition is: any criminal offence which is “perceived” by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by a hostility or prejudice based on a personal characteristic this does not fit in with what we have to prove, but in all these cases the police should flag the case as a ‘hate crime’ and we will flag the case on our system in the same way.
The Crowne has given every minority in the U.K. license to have anyone they dislike arrested and imprisoned, based upon their perception of being the subject of hostility, even if that perceived hostility is merely a simple display of contempt.
We’ve already seen the arrests of Britons and other U.K. Residents over “mean” social media posts. This sets a dangerous precedent, where certain groups are given special privileges that allow them to have anyone they feel slighted by put behind bars.
This serves to not only increase the collection of fines, but to artificially inflate the crime statistics, to further perpetuate the false narrative that the UK is plagued by a skyrocketing increase of hate crimes.
Meanwhile, according to recently released records, London’s airborne trauma specialists (lifeflight) and paramedics treated over 560 shootings and stabbings in Sadiq Khan’s migrant sanctuary in 2017. Dr. Gareth Grier said it is now “not unusual now for our teams to perform open-chest surgery for stab wounds twice in a single day. This would have been unheard of a few years back.”
So, while hundreds of Britons are being stabbed and shot, British police are spending their time on patrol arresting blokes for the crime of “unfriendliness.”