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IT IS FAIR to state that without the bovine, unthinking and unlawful actions of the vast majority of POLICE FORCES across the UK, who consistently refuse to act on their oaths and to assist the people when in genuine need ~ for eg. when they are being subjected to the illegal actions of bailiffs, many people would still be in possession of their homes which have been stolen by the banks.  Those who are familiar with the "Mortgage Chronicles' will be aware of how Notts cops collaborated with the bailiffs to violently evict the peaceful inhabitants...

Any one for a spot of collusion?  ;)

COLLUSION, fraud. An agreement between two or more persons, to defraud a person of his rights by the forms of law, or to obtain an object forbidden by law; as, for example, where the husband and wife collude to obtain a divorce for a cause not authorized by law. It is nearly synonymous with covin. (q. v.)
Collusion and fraud of every kind vitiate all acts which are infected with them, and render them void. Vide Shelf. on Mar. .& Div. 416, 450; 3 Hagg. Eccl. R. 130, 133; 2 Greenl. Ev. 51; Bousq. Dict. de Dr. mot Abordage.

So, this piece certainly caught 1's attention, particularly this part:

At last week’s GRA conference in Westport, Co Mayo, delegates heard that many of their colleagues were in such dire financial trouble their homes were being repossessed.

I wonder how long it will be before the boys in blue over here will begin to feel the icy pinch of a bankster's unlawful attempt to steal their homes?  Where will they turn to then?  Oh dear, boys, oh dear... what goes around certainly comes

Gardaí consider mass resignations

Thursday, May 09, 2013

The country’s 11,300 frontline gardaí may resign in a mass protest, if the Government ploughs ahead with its plan to impose further pay cuts on members.

By Sean O’Riordan

As gardaí are prevented from striking, this potential move, dubbed by some as “the nuclear option”, is one of the actions being contemplated by the Garda Representative Association.

The GRA is planning to ratchet up its opposition in proportion to the level of pressure the Government exerts on pay reductions as it tries to achieve €300m in savings.

A GRA spokesman said the organisation was “considering a range of options” that “we won’t be discussing at this time”.

However, GRA sources told the Irish Examiner that mass resignations could be on the cards as a last resort.

Prior to that, the most serious action likely to be undertaken by rank-and-file gardaí would be an organised mass sick leave, or “blue flu”, campaign.

The last time thousands of gardaí took sick leave as part of a protest over pay and conditions was in May 1998.
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