From CPS to police patrols – wokery, wokery everywhere

Jun 5, 2023 by

by Julian Mann, TCW:

LAST week, after Just Stop Oil protesters delayed the England cricket team’s bus on its way to Lord’s, I contacted the Metropolitan Police press office. Video footage of the police arriving showed the officers’ reverential behaviour towards activists causing inconvenience to people who had bought tickets for the match. I was struck by the contrast with the brutal arrest of Christian street preacher Pastor John Sherwood in 2021 when he was not blocking a road or preventing anyone from getting to work.

A spokesman had the courtesy to reply: ‘It looks like the man you refer to was arrested under the Public Order Act. There have been multiple protesters arrested recently for breach of Section 12 Conditions. We have been issuing information every day recently from @metpoliceevents.’

Under pressure from growing public outrage, the Met has had to act against the disrupters by invoking Section 12 of the Public Order Act 1986, which gives the police powers to prevent ‘serious public disorder, serious damage to property or serious disruption to the life of the community’ on roads. But does not the sycophantic behaviour of the woke police towards the priestly caste of the eco-religion over the past two years show those officers’ true ideological colours?

After Met officers arrested Pastor Sherwood on Uxbridge High Street in April 2021, I covered the story for Christian Today He had been preaching on Genesis 1v27 and had said the family unit as ordained by God consisted of a father and a mother, not two fathers or two mothers.

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