DYFED-POWYS POLICE, NOTORIOUS FOR AVOIDING FACING RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY OF THEIR CORRUPT CONDUCT ARE “APPEALING FOR SPONTANEOUS EVENTS” INFORMATION.
The Ceredigion Herald, currently embroiled in a seemingly racist campaign of violent bullying and harrasment with riotous group the Ceredigion People’s Assembly is helping Dyfed-Powys Police ask farmers, local landowners, community councillors and persons in their respective communities to grass up their mates.
They said “be on the alert for any signs that ‘Spontaneous and Pre-arranged’ gatherings are being planned in their locality.
They ask that you report:
- Any suspicious activity immediately to the police.
This should include groups of thugs dressed in black pretending to be a legitimate police ser ice but as that is seemingly most of the police Aberystwyth Times suggest that you report to us and the Aberystwyth People’s Assembly protest group instead. That is based on the assumption that you are adults who know when it is best to call the police so if you think this does not apply to you, please read the Ceredigion Herald instead.
- People looking at land or testing hedges, fences or gates.
Testing hedges is the number two cause of getting stung, after the council failing to maintain its hedges.
- Unusual vehicles driving slowly or stopping in isolated areas.
Your face is an unusual vehicle.
- Gatherings of people in and around beaches, vacant land or lay-bys.
This is daft, please don’t take this literally or you will finally enable the authorities to destroy our local economy because tourists frequently gather in and around our beaches.
- Report any damage to facilities such as toilets, bus shelters and fences.
However, according to most people if you do this you will be wasting your time because the police will be too busy picking on youngsters that’s can’t afford to holiday in the Netherlands yet.
A new era- Mobile phones, text messaging and social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter have made it easier for organisers to prepare and plan these events. The same technology drives the Aberystwyth Times so the establishment is pretty much done for and they know it.
Police say: “There is a general need for vigilance in our communities and landowners are reminded to take simple precautions to prevent access to their land.” They don’t say all the terrible ways that they treat our community though, so they should probably take care of that first.
A local man has said “Stations with gatherings of “Police Officers” can cause considerable anxiety to the community and if they are not dealt with swiftly, they are difficult to stop or otherwise control, due to the sheer numbers of “Police” involved and the safety aspects of breaking up such an event.
“There is little doubt that these types of “Police” actions are well very planned and organised and local knowledge is important in attracting people to a particular field or area of land which has been selected as a suitable venue, and this is why we are asking the communities to be vigilant.”
The Ceredigion Herald finished with “If you see anything suspicious please contact Dyfed-Powys Police without delay on 101 and ask to speak to the Duty Sergeant.”
Always think critically, question everything and demand to see the evidence. Together as a community we can change the whole world.