Mr Liddle

I know this is unchivalrous, but did the coppers not ask themselves: “Just what is it about this 20-stone munter with more chins than the Shanghai telephone directory that drives so many men wild with unrestrainable lust?”

After the pictures and the reporting every heterosexual male in the country – and no doubt a very large majority of the heterosexual females – have been asking themselves that question.

Oddly, it seems to be only Mr. Liddle who has expresse3d the thought in national print.

Odd that, ain’t it?

22 comments on “Mr Liddle

  1. The police in the UK have had their critical reasoning faculties surgically removed. From this to Rotherham, they are completely unable to ask the most basic of questions, blind to things right under their noises, and are deaf to any answers.

  2. Also 1 jury it seems. Would be interesting to know how the CPS lawyers managed to convince 12 people she was raped.

  3. The police in the UK have had their critical reasoning faculties surgically removed.

    They haven’t, they’re just not on the side people think they are and they say they are. The quicker Brits wake up to the fact their police are as trustworthy as Russian policemen when it comes to citizens’ interests, the better.

  4. “more chins than the Shanghai telephone directory”

    Brilliant line there from Mr Liddle. Worthy of The Inimitable Steve.

  5. …or maybe not, since that might open the usual suspects up to questions as to why the ‘Guardian’ didn’t carry this case under ‘news’ at all.

    That’s if they open comments at all.

  6. “Their police are as trustworthy as Russian policemen when it comes to citizens’ interests”

    Ah, that depends on exactly which citizen you are. Middle aged middle class respectable white, then spot on, the police are NOT your friend. Ditto mildly right wing, or indeed anyone who doesn’t buy 100% into the full SJW roll call of grievances. Oh and Men in general. All of these are guilty before anything has even been alleged and in any confrontation will be the ones arrested, regardless of the facts.

    Others, such as Muslims, gays (but only in certain circumstances, as gays tend to be hideously white and therefore only get preference sometimes), ethnic minorities, immigrants, violent SJW types, criminals (especially if not white), women (in general, though if right wing they become honorary men) all can count on the police to do their bidding and ignore their infractions of the law, and to arrest whoever they are in dispute with.

  7. Since the MacPherson report the police /CPS boss class are under the rule of CM. You don’t have a chance of ascending the Bluebottles greasy ladder save you tick all the boxes re PC and esp Marxist feminism. See Operation Yewtree and “accusation equals guilt=I believe her” etc.

    They don’t question that kind of nonsense. If some female says it happened that is Gospel in their Book of CM bullshit.

    The only remedy is the restoration of innocent until proven guilty. She has to prove you did it. NOT you having to prove you didn’t.

  8. @Dongguan John.

    There is no convincing required, just an explanation of the standard of evidence. And that is, that when it comes down to her word against his, then under British Sharia law, the testimony of one rape victim is equal to that of two rapists.

    I got that the right way round, didn’t I?

  9. They are quick enough to move when one unreliable complainant alleges he was raped by the entire Conservative Party at a house in 1974.

  10. BiG, joking aside I’m genuinely interested in what evidence was presented on both sides for this false complaint to end up with an innocent guy doing 7 years. Would that be publicly available?

  11. On the point that Mr Liddle raises – ugly girls do get raped too, in fact I’m not sure the impulse behind rape is the same as traditional erotic drive. The cheap shot about looks seems off-target on that score; there are people targeted repeatedly for sexual abuse, but as I understand it that seems to be more about them being especially vulnerable (eg learning disabilities or mental health issues, alcoholism etc) rather than so stunningly beautiful that men can’t stop themselves. (Correct me if I’m wrong, I don’t have a background in criminology, but don’t psychologists think rape is usually more about power and opportunity than personal attraction?)

    On the other hand, a aerial

  12. On the point that Mr Liddle raises – ugly girls do get raped too, in fact I’m not sure the impulse behind rape is the same as traditional erotic drive. The cheap shot about looks seems off-target on that score; there are people targeted repeatedly for sexual abuse, but as I understand it that seems to be more about them being especially vulnerable (eg learning disabilities or mental health issues, alcoholism etc) rather than so stunningly beautiful that men can’t stop themselves. (Correct me if I’m wrong, I don’t have a background in criminology, but don’t psychologists think rape is usually more about power and opportunity than personal attraction?)

    On the other hand, a serial claimant surely ought to automatically raise some flags as part of procedure – is there some special vulnerability that support services should try to address here, is it possible that the claimant is a fantasist or liar?

  13. My experience, which is even littler than Liddles.
    The Met Police try to be helpful on the very few occasions I have consulted them.
    I do a bit of work for our local cops, who are nearly 100% white males in the detective branch, I do it gratos now as the pay is terrible, arrives 6 months late and if you forget to mention it on your tax return you’ll be hauled in by some tax inspector ar$e next door.
    The cops are actually in favour of people like them, as you would expect. White males.
    A recent case was a Ukrainian whore in a very nasty event. I didn’t see the photos but when she came back to the interview room she was as white as a sheet.
    The cops were going to deport her. I pointed out that her passport showed she was born in East Germany.
    Cops hadn’t fully done their homework and were a bit non plussed for a bit. Eventually it was decided that she’d get a free taxi to the border, not a paddywagon. She seemed quite relieved about that.

  14. @BiF
    I presume you’re talking about the French police there. When I’ve had to deal with them, I’ve found they’re pretty decent people. Town police, criminal police & gendarmerie. (Although I’d give the CRS a very wide berth) They just seem like ordinary French people happen to be in uniform & carrying a gun.
    With the Brit police, seems you’ve ended up with something entirely other. A bunch of form filling box tickers with thuggish tendencies. They’re just spectacularly unhelpful. But I suspect that’s due to the rules they have to operate under & that the situation itself tends to restrict the nature of the people recruited into the police. Decent people wouldn’t want to do the job.

  15. @MyBurningEars: “but don’t psychologists think rape is usually more about power and opportunity than personal attraction?”

    I’ve read that too, but find it hard to fathom. Though not having wittingly raped anyone as yet, maybe I am unqualified to comment.

  16. is there some special vulnerability that support services should try to address here

    The men who are accused and have to prove themselves innocent?

  17. @Rob

    “is there some special vulnerability that support services should try to address here” – by which I meant that there are alcoholics, drug-addicts, people with learning disabilities that make them far too trusting, whose difficulties in life sadly lead to them becoming serial rape victims. Somebody who repeatedly comes to the police claiming to have been raped may be in this very vulnerable situation and should really be being considered for referral to appropriate support services. It should also, in the Bayesian sense, raise the assessed probability that the complainant is a fantasist or actively mendacious. Whatever is the case, repeated complaints really should automatically trigger some form of review at which these possibilities can be investigated.

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