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Police Helped Create a Two Tier Society

Charles Malet – 25 June 2023 | The Delingpod

Former Coldstream Guards officer, policeman and Afghanistan vet, Charles Malet chats to James about his awakening, why he resigned from the police during the ‘Covid’ shenanigans on a point of principle, and what we can do to resist when they’ve got all the weapons and institutions and all we’ve got is the numbers.

“Policing of the Covid regulations was optional, it did not need to be done. There are forty-three constabularies in the United Kingdom and not a single one of them decided that they were not going to police those restrictions.”

Charles Malet refers to ‘Coronavirus: Enforcing Restrictions’
House of Commons Briefing Paper 9024

Coronavirus: Enforcing restrictions
House of Commons Briefing Paper 9024

“Lockdown restriction enforcement was an operational matter for the police. This means police leaders (not national or local politicians) decided whether and how to deploy their officers to lockdown enforcement. The National Police Chief’s Council said chief officers assessed…

…the threats and risks in their local areas, alongside the national and local Covid-19 restrictions in place, and… [resource] their patrols and responses accordingly.”

Sources and links

https://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/CBP-9024/CBP-9024.pdf

https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/cbp-9024/

https://commonslibrary.parliament.uk/research-briefings/cbp-9406/

Source: Charles Malet – Apple podcasts

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