British Neville Chamberlain Award for September 2014 – Surrey’s self-appointed ‘internet policeman’.

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September has given us so many examples of blatant Islamopandering ranging from the Labour Party’s evasiveness about the perpetrators involved in the Rotherham sexual exploitation scandal, through to the Tories repeating the lie that Islam is a religion of peace. However, one outstanding example of a pro-Islam public servant throwing their weight around and trying to shut up people who disagree with him, is Kevin Hurley, the elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.

For those who do not know the background. Hurley took to Twitter to throw his weight around and act in an incredibly arrogant way to those who disagreed with him. He bullied and threatened other Twitter users who had views that were critical of Islam and in one case threatened a tweeter with legal action by saying that he had passed on information about one particular tweeter to Lancashire Police.

Hurley, who appears to like to see himself as being at the forefront of the fight against ‘bigotry’ and ‘Islamophobia’ acted like a complete and utter knobhead with his posturing and threats. He even smeared someone as a criminal for cracking jokes about Leftist sacred cows and the Islamic State terrorist group.

It is scary to think that such a narrow minded martinet obsessed with ‘thought crime’ should be in such a position of authority in Surrey. It is to be hoped that when the next PCC elections come around the voters of Surrey will turn out in a greater number than they did before and vote this buffoon out of his post.

So for throwing his weight around, abusing his post in order to attempt to silence views he does not like and for disgracing his office with abject Islamopandering, Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey is this month’s British Neville Chamberlain of the Month.

Let’s all hope that the voters of Surrey remember Hurley’s bullying and appeasing behaviour at the next election. After Hurley’s arrogant bullying performance on Twitter many of us would not trust him to gather loose trolleys in a supermarket car park let alone oversee Surrey’s police force.

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Here is the ‘Neville Certificate’ awarded to Mr Kevin Hurley the PCC for Surrey. You may want to send him a copy when you complain politely about his attempt to censor those who disagree with him.

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More from Fahrenheit211 about Kevin Hurley and his attempt to act as the ‘Twitter Police’


6 Comments on "British Neville Chamberlain Award for September 2014 – Surrey’s self-appointed ‘internet policeman’."

  1. congratulations to this virtual cop on his cracking performance , getting ahead of the pack , pulling out all the stops to prove to be the most useful buffoon of the month.
    may he continue to embarrass himself further so it becomes common knowledge what this thought police cretin likes to do once on the Internet.
    seems like the sort of self righteous , ,pompous goon who’ll end up getting caught with his trousers round his ankles and an orange in his mouth.
    truly a case for being less ignorant about the police chief vote.
    The more people who find out about this crackpot the higher the turn out at the next election. well done that man.

    • Fahrenheit211 | October 1, 2014 at 10:09 pm |

      He probably will not be caught with his trousers round his ankles or with an orange in his mouth as he doesn’t appear to be that sort of person. However he is a pompous buffoon.

  2. Excellent idea – I’ve got a nominee coming up in a scheduled Saturday post!

    • Fahrenheit211 | October 2, 2014 at 6:22 am |

      Thank you. It would be good if as many people as possible could poke this fool with the sharp stick of ridicule. We should no longer tolerate public servants who engage in the digital equivalent of book burning.

  3. What is the point of PCC’s? Just another layer of expensive (£75k PA) bureaucracy, and somewhere else to slot the Common Purpose brethren.

    • Fahrenheit211 | October 2, 2014 at 7:48 am |

      The posts certainly do not seem to be attracting the ‘creme de la creme’ of public sector intellect do they?

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