The video below, does not make for easy viewing – not if you are a decent and level-minded member of our society.
But we are sharing it, because most sections of the mainstream media won’t.
We are sharing it, because it’s important that people really understand the challenges which emergency services personnel face.
Whilst most people will be looking forward to a nice couple of days off over the Christmas period, to spend some quality time with family and friends, there will be individuals out there, like the male in this video.
Individuals who do not deserve to breath the same oxygen as those of us who would never conduct ourselves in the same way as the so-called ‘male’ in the video did in the video below.
Don’t be under any illusion; there are more people like the male in this video ‘out there’ than what you might think.
You might be fortunate enough to never come into contact with such a shameful excuse for a human being.
Count yourself lucky if that is the case.
But over the next week, up-and-down the country, there will be thousands of people who conduct themselves in the same deplorable way as the male in this video.
And who will be there to pick up the pieces?
That’s right – the men and women of the emergency services and NHS.
You can understand why people like me get so annoyed at some sections of the mainstream media who are obsessed with only ever sharing tiny video clips of moments which have been captured on video where officers are trying to control someone like the male in this footage.
Most sections of the mainstream media won’t share videos like this one.
THEY won’t acknowledge the reality of life on the Thin Blue Line.
THEY live in their mansions out in the countryside, safe from the sort of person in this video.
The video below is the reality of just how dysfunctional modern life has become. When you have individuals like this, who are prepared to conduct themselves in such a way.
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