(c) Doc Hackenbush 2014
Chief Superintendent John O’Hare posted to the GMP website after the conference had ended to express his gratitude for the hard work done by the force’s officers, and note that only 19 arrests had been made, despite the protest march attracting at least 60,000. But this cut no ice with (fortunately) former Tory MP Louise Mensch, who wibbled ad infinitum (indeed, ad nauseam) at the time, and has used her Sun column for afters.
It was Mensch who once said, "Only little people complain."
Given the amount of whining crap she comes out with in the Scum she must be about twenty millimeteres "tall."
And as for "allowing" protestors to get near to delegates, doubtless she won't be able to lose her ugly mug until all opposition is removed and the field left completely clear for her hidden puppet masters in the Wall Street/Canary Wharf Fourth Reich to pull strings.
Funny too, no menschn of rooftop snipers with scoped rifles fitted with flash and sound suppressors. Mind you, they were a long way away and could throw something a great deal deadlier than insults and eggs.
She's a one hundred percent unreconstructed dope.
Louise Mensch - failed to sse out her term in office as an MP.
- is now an ex politician.
- is now an ex pat living in the states.
- is not and never has been a journalist.
What exactly gives her the right to question anything about the UK and especially the Greater Manchester Police? From a distance of 3,334 miles away?
- she is a toady for Rupert Murdoch.
- she is a consummate self publicist who craves to be noticed.
As such she deserves the right to her opinion but to be ignored by rest of humanity.
Actually I think she was at conference this year, Rob.
She's in the UK at the moment, and was on Sunday Morning Live today. Fortunately I switched the TV off after The Andy Marr Show (tm).
Ah! Cheers Tim. Mea Culpa.
Serves me right for not watching TV much now. No, actually feel better for missing it if that's all they've got to offer.
Apologies to Ms Mensch in suggesting she was nowhere near the scene of the action. I stand by the rest.
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