Unfair city

Apart in diversity?


PCSO for only a year, Naeem Naguthney has already left his mark. He played a prominent role at a conference to launch the West Midlands branch of the National Association of Muslim police by giving a reading from the Koran. His next claim to fame was when he ordered a couple of American Evangelists to get out of his area saying that they had committed a 'hate crime' by trying to convert Muslims. He also racially abused the preachers for being American. ( He is, presumably, British and hence similarly responsible for the UK's war).

Stop and search?

Stop and think before you speak?

Rogues gallery, Aynsley-Green Rogues gallery, Aynsley-Green
In today's Daily Mail Melanie Phillips is writing about the rise in the number of young people dying from stab wounds. She is understandably horrified by this sort of crime seemingly spiralling ever upwards with no sign of a fix in sight. But she gets really angry and again understandably so with the person she calls the 'children's tsar', Sir Al Aynsley-Green.

This is typical of her mood on Aynsley-Green -

"As if this epidemic of violence wasn't bad enough, we have to put up with the utterances of the Children's Commissioner, Sir Al Aynsley-Green.

According to this ridiculous figure, the stop-and-search powers being belatedly used by the police to curb such attacks might further antagonise young people.

Counter terrorism- West Midlands style.

In the lap of the gods.

Anil PataniAnil Patani

The Kafkaesque attempt by the West Midlands Police (WMP) to prosecute Channel 4 for 'inciting racial hatred' has become a sick joke. Channel 4 portrayed rabble rousing imams railing against kuffaars, homosexuals, jews and women and spitting hatred of almost everything yet the WMP decided to back the imams. Channel 4 sued the West Midlands' Police force, and was awarded £100,000 which they are to give to charity. The West Midlands taxpayer will also have to pay for all the money spent on the 8 month investigation and legal fees. The Dispatches documentary 'undercover mosque' was an incredibly frightening portrait of how our police forces have let us down.


The new Salem witch trials

bus I went to an all girls' school. At 8.00am of a weekday morning the top deck of the 152 double decker was filled with giggling schoolgirls. Every morning at James' Road a man got on and came upstairs. There would be subdued squeals and a dashing about. One day I was sitting on my own and he sat beside me. He seemed very old, quite scruffy in a long beige gabardine mac and a bit whiffy. He seemed to be breathing deeply, his hand shook and kept seeming to hover over my thigh. I would move my leg away and he would put his hand down. Then the deep breathing would begin again and the hand would hover. I realised something sexual was going on but just gulped and kept my legs as far away as possible. I made sure that I never sat in a single seat again.

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