If anyone still doubts that the general public is being
harassed and bullied by those whose job it is supposed
to be to serve us, then here is yet more proof (as if
it were needed, but some people still bury their heads
in the sand).
Notice how accidentally dropping a tiny piece of food
is met by Hull City Council's "Environment Crime
It is about making us afraid by making everything a
crime. It is about getting us into their system of control
and surveillance; making us feel like slaves so we act
like slaves and comply with every diktat spewing forth
from Councils, Government, the EU and international
'laws' that have been foisted upon us.
This article in The Telegraph just follows on from
my last article "Britain's
Police Responses - Spot the Difference" that
shows that real crime is routinely ignored to target
the general public with petty or non-crimes.
A single mother has been fined £75 for "littering"
after her daughter dropped a piece of sausage roll on
Sarah Davies, 20, was feeding Chloe, four, when the
roll slipped from her grasp inches from her daughter's
mouth and fell to the floor.
The incident happened in Hull city centre on Monday
and a fixed penalty fine arrived in the post just three
Miss Davies said that pigeons swooped
down to eat the remains just moments later.
She said: "I had just picked up Chloe
from nursery. We were both hungry so I got us a sausage
roll to share. I had a bite and then bent down to give
a bit to Chloe who was on her bike.
“A tiny bit missed her mouth and fell
on the floor and seconds later some pigeons flew down
and grabbed it. I crossed the road and was approached
by two men - at first I thought they were canvassers
as they were dressed in tracksuit bottoms.
“But one came up to me, said he was
from the council and said I was going to be fined for
She added: “I felt really small and
humiliated. I was treated like I was a criminal. Where
is the common sense? It was a small, bite-sized piece
- just big enough for her mouth.
“I went back to take a picture of the
'litter’, but it had been gobbled by pigeons. There
was no litter there at all.”
Hull City Council confirmed a fixed
penalty ticket had been issued by a member of its Environment
A spokeswoman for Hull City Council
said: “The issuing of the fixed penalty notice is the
result of the mother’s actions and not as a result of