Wiltshire’s Wallies – Ill-Educated UK Cops Menace Tweeters


NB –  Wally definition: If you refer to someone as a wally , you think that they are stupid or foolish… Collins English Dictionary


I see even American observers have taken notice of the low standards used in UK Police recruitment these days,  O-Level  English expectation presumably a thing of the past.

Here’s the text of an official Wiltshire Constabulary message to the public they’re meant to serve…



You can’t hide from us if your spewing abuse from behind a computer screen…

… in which they think ‘your’ is a contraction of ‘you are.’

It’s ‘YOU’RE,‘ Officer Dork!

But the gnat-brained plod ploughs ahead in minatory manner!



Our boys & gals in blue will find you!



How dare they speak of boys and gals?

Don’t they know that wimminz-libbers HATE to be called girls, never mind gals? And what about trannies?

The Wiltshire Wallies message should, in the Newspeak of Theresa’s Septic Isle, read something like this –

‘Our males, females, transgenders and other things.’

Gambar terkait

If Wiltshire’s Wallies can’t handle plain English, what’s with the Latin motto?


Wiltshire ConstabuWally, let’s call them, the roaming robo-cops, who think it’s not only grammatical but acceptable in a democratic society to threaten tweeters who dare to be ‘offensive.

Frankly, I’d say it’s a something of a moral DUTY to offend undesirables, shariah-fans…



…crimmigrants, liberals and the hand-maidens of the gaystapo, all of whose manifestations online  – or in real life – generally offend millions of decent British folk!

If internet users issue threats of violence, then there’s a case for police action, though when some commie and/or queer urged me to ‘die,’ a year or so back, I just dismissed it for what it was…

…a gutless little creep.


But Wiltshire ConstabuWally goes much further.


They are out to get perpetrators of ‘discriminatory remarks!’



So are they going to hunt down every fanatic who endorses shariah online?

Or are they simply encouraging whiners to seek police assistance in stomping critics of the nauseating state ideology of the afore-mentioned Theresa’s Septic Isle, about which a good article appeared this week.

The Orwellian nightmare of transgender politics


However, I leave the last word to National Review’s Katherine Timpf –

…what is or is not “offensive” is an entirely subjective matter; something that one person finds offensive, another person might find funny, or even virtuous.