I’m in a relationship with an officer called Helen, reveals new Met chief Cressida Dick as she says diversity is at the heart of her role

Our thanks to Mike P for this. The start of the piece:

Britain’s new top police officer last night said diversity was at the heart of her role…

You’d have hoped crime reduction was at the heart of her role.

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • Sundancekid

    I actually thought of applying for the job myself.. but as a white heterosexual British male I am not diverse enough..

    When are the authorities going to come clean and give the police t-shirts to compliment their baseball caps?.. you know, t-shirts with a ‘Cultural Marxist Operative’ logo on the front.. we all know it’s true but they are SO reluctant to say it out loud…even in this day and age of non-traditional free expression.
    She commands the respect of all of her colleagues does she… ?… mmm… yep…

  • Her immaculately politically correct comments on the alleged killers of Stephen Lawrence make salutary reading; she’s apparently not content to accept the verdict of a court of law but will ‘pursue’ (her word), meaning harass, them for the rest of her life, presumably in the hope of obtaining the desired show trial verdict, rather like the repeated referenda those who vote against the EU are made to endure.

    The comments below the article are not supportive of the woman and one says she’s 4′ 10″ and weighs 6st wet. Perhaps an exaggeration but suggestive of a woman suffering from small woman syndrome and an example of the dangers of lowering standards in the cause of highly undesirable diversity. Quite simply, once upon a time, and not so long ago, she would not have got in, even when WPCs performed in ‘support’ roles.

    The record of women in positions of power overwhelmingly supports the view that generally women are not suited to the roles they fill and should not be considered for positions better occupied by men.

  • Vasubandhu

    Isn’t it funny how by ‘diversity’ these people always mean either sexual or racial diversity? But never intellectual diversity, because, of course, they all think the same way – the politically correct way.

    • Mike Buchanan

      Agreed. At 5’00” tall she’s doing her bit for height diversity. Presumably when she was doing her bit of ‘street policing’ she called on large policemen to sort out dangerous situations e.g. fights outside pubs? WPCs are nowhere to be seen in such situations – or at least, not for long. When people are brought under control, WPCs may helpfully kick them. Shouldn’t the PCs risking bodily harm be paid more than those who don’t? Same situation with prison officers, fire fighters…

      • wisemanner

        “Same situation with prison officers, fire fighters…” And soldiers. Why is it you only ever see men walking on false legs, and in wheelchairs? I made this point on Reddit, and got some US cowboy calling it “bullshit”. He then posted a link to a Daily Mail page a few years ago, which told the story of a woman solider who was in injured. It turned out she lost a foot. One woman losing a foot. How many women soldiers have been put in wheelchairs or have lost both legs? Yet they get the say pay and pensions.