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‘Islamification’ is real say frightened UK cops; ‘Trump’s not wrong’

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trump-payProven right again. It’s become a signature for Donald Trump. 

The Republican presidential front-runner said this week that there were areas of London where police didn’t travel. They are “afraid for their own lives” because the Muslim populations don’t want them there.

British politicians and citizens lashed out at the billionaire businessman for what they said were false allegations to the point that a petition to ban him from entering the country amassed more than 100,000 signatures.

Now it turns out, just like his claims that Muslims celebrated in New Jersey after 9/11, that his claims again are being corroborated, the Daily Mail reported.

“There are Muslim areas of Preston that, if we wish to patrol, we have to contact local Muslim community leaders to get their permission,” a Lancashire Police officer told the Mail.

Another police office from the town of Yorkshire took it further in an online forum for police.

“I’m not allowed to travel in half blues [uniform] to work anymore IN MY OWN CAR as we’re ‘all at risk of attack’ – yet as soon as someone points out the obvious it’s ‘divisive,” he wrote.

“In this instance he [Donald Trump] isn’t wrong. Our political leaders are best either ill-informed or simply being disingenuous,” he added.

“He’s {Trump} pointed out something that is plainly obvious, something which I think we aren’t as a nation willing to own up to – do you think a US Police Department would ban officers from wearing their uniforms under jackets etc due to FEAR of their cops being killed by extremists?

“We implement half measures such as ‘no-one is allowed to come into work half blues, even in your own cars because if you get beheaded it’ll be your own fault.’

“It would be seen as un-American, un-democratic, not the done thing… In the UK though we accept it.”

And those officers weren’t alone.

In response to the Yorkshire officer’s post several other officers replied and agreed.

“Even if one of us did get killed or dragged off in a van, it would just be reported as a ‘one-off incident’ and no reason to change the ‘British style of policing,'” a female officer replied.

“I was a PC in the Met for 11 years – I resigned as I couldn’t handle it anymore,” said another officer who also complained he couldn’t go to work in his uniform for fear of being attacked.

Trump continues to push buttons, but he also continues to be proven right.

Carmine Sabia

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