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Toronto police chief expresses similar views
Now that Dwayne Gibbs and Jack Ewatski have been hounded out of office by the PP’s wannabe politicians shamelessly exploiting the widespread inverted prejudice against whites and the attachment to traditional practices, it is embarrassing to read views by Police Chief Bill Blair of Toronto’s Police Force that echo those of our departing commissioner and his deputy in the August 1 Globe and Mail, a major Canadian newspaper:
“Police alone can’t stop gangs...The long-term solution involves preventing these mostly young men from so-called priority neighbourhoods (eg Laventille, Diego Martin) from going down this road by intervening in their lives when they are much younger.
That involves providing opportunities, including employment, but first requires learning more about these kids and finding out where we lost them…” (eg examining the subcultures of deviance in which they are forced to live; the dropout rate; parental attitudes to education; personal experiences of brutality at the hands of cops or bullies; the size, composition and values of the peer group/s).
“...In order to reach kids earlier, Toronto will be piloting a programme created in Prince Albert, Sask. The programme tries to better co-ordinate policing and social services to intervene early on when risk factors—including domestic violence, alcoholism and abuse—are identified in a child’s life…” (the parenting styles in low-income neighbourhoods, the presence of a father, the level of family income, attachment to religious values etc).
“...encouraging people to come forward with tips...and he hopes to beef up the police presence to make (people) feel safe.” Sounds like Gibbs speaking. The dimwits in this wobbly government led by a weak Prime Minister are giving a new negative meaning to independence. We are becoming a real pappyshow in the eyes of others. Drain the swamp if you want to get rid of the mosquitoes, Minister Warner.
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