The City of London Association of Muslim Police
No, the City of London Association of Muslim Police is something quite new, for it has just been launched.
But before Cranmer begins to re-live a famous moment from The Life of Brian, he wishes to focus on the ‘benefits’ the new association will bring.
Security and Policing Minister Vernon Coaker MP commented: 'Organisations such as yours will have a crucial role to play in overcoming the negative stereotypes that can lead to fear of muslims and Islam. There is only so much a single organisation can do but, on a collective basis, you can make a massive difference. I will strive to work with you to achieve a diverse police service that reflects the diverse nature of communities.'
So forming a distinct and separate police group within the Metropolitan Police will help to overcome negative stereotypes. And the segregation of Muslim police office will allay fears about Muslims and Islam.
This will lead, as sure as night follows day, to ‘Muslim areas’ of London being policed only by Muslim officers, for the kuffar will not be welcome. There is already a very vocal Muslim contingent which does not wish the British police a pleasant afterlife.
The police should be the police. While, since the distorted media portrayal of Macpherson, one may understand a little racial sensitivity, religion really ought not to enter the equation.
And that includes the Christians.
If it persists, Cranmer shall campaign not only for Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist police associations, but he shall demand of the Home Secretary a definition of religion, and seek to establish the Jedi Police Association for all those disaffected with the whole politically-correct quota nonsense which is infecting societal cohesion of and proving detrimental to the common good – if such a concept any longer exists.