Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Time To Take Back That PC Appology Manchester PD

Last year in May 2016 it was reported with much outrage and high dudgeon that the Manchester Police had dared do a training exercise where a suicide bomber yelled "Allahu Akbar" and blew himself up.

They were forced to apologize for stereotyping:

Manchster Evening News: Police chief apologises after 'suicide bomber' shouted 'Allahu Akbar' during Trafford Centre training exercise

BBC: Greater Manchester Police sorry for 'Muslim terrorist' mock blast

The quotes and politically correct SJW outrage in the article is just precious and now llooking back on Monday's events the apology is just pathetic considering on how bang-on (to use a phrase) the exercise was to what actually occurred:

"The scenario for this exercise is based on an attack by an extremist Daesh-style organisation and the scenario writers have centred the circumstances around previous similar attacks of this nature, mirroring details of past events to make the situation as real life as possible for all of those involved.

"However, on reflection we acknowledge that it was unacceptable to use this religious phrase immediately before the mock suicide bombing, which so vocally linked this exercise with Islam. We recognize and apologise for the offence that this has caused."

The only thing if anything, they have to "apologize" for is getting the location of the attack wrong, otherwise their drill of a suicide bombing Daesh-supporter last year was rather spot-on.

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