West Midlands police and crime commissioner (PCC) David Jamieson announced that law enforcement officers will be investigating all reports of lockdown "rule-breaking" over Christmas and Thanksgiving, and anyone found in violation will be punished.
Because West Midlanders are currently imprisoned under "Tier 2" lockdown restrictions, Jamieson, who clearly enjoys enforcing non-laws, is planning to throw his weight around by throwing a wrench in people's holiday plans.
"If we think there's [sic] large groups of people gathering where they shouldn't be, then police will have to intervene," Jamieson babbled to reporters, explaining that people in his jurisdiction are not "allowed," as per government decree, to mix with any other households indoors, no matter the circumstances.
Should any West Midlander be caught inviting friends or non-immediate family members over for Thanksgiving dinner, for instance, Jamieson and his band of Gestapo enforcers will be there to break it up.
"If, again, there's flagrant breaking of the rules, then the police would have to enforce," Jamieson revealed in a public statement. "It's not the police's job to stop people enjoying their Christmas."
"However, we are there to enforce the rules that the government makes, and if the government makes those rules then the government has to explain that to the public," he added.
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To ensure that no holiday or religious celebration goes unpunished, Jamieson further indicated that Jews who celebrate Hanukkah and Indians who celebrate Diwali are also prohibited from gathering to celebrate their holy days.
Several hours away in Liverpool, which is currently imprisoned by "Tier 3" lockdowns, the strictest of all, police are likewise planning to investigate and break up any gatherings that the government says are "illegal."
Jane Kennedy, that area's PCC, joined Jamieson in publicly announcing that Brits need to stay home isolated over the holidays in order to stay "safe" from the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Recognizing that people's patience is growing exceptionally thin, Jamieson noted that he does expect civil unrest to boil over in the very near future, especially when the government's furlough scheme comes to an end.
"We're sitting on a time bomb here," he stated. "We're getting very near the stage where you could see a considerable explosion of frustration and energy."
"Things are very on the edge in a lot of communities and it wouldn't take very much to spark off unrest, riots, damage."
Jamieson says that his own department's enforcing of no holidays this year could, and very likely will, be the trigger that pushes mass amounts of people over the edge.
People who have never so much as even committed a crime could suddenly find themselves having run-ins with law enforcement, especially if they see others taking a bold and courageous stand against government tyranny.
Police forces in Manchester, London and Merseyside are all worried about the same thing, though they still intend to enforce the anti-humanity lockdown restrictions that are likely to spark unrest and even violence.
Professor John Edmunds, a member of the so-called Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE), is of the persuasion that locking people inside their homes alone indefinitely is the optimal way to stop the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), even though lockdowns have been overwhelmingly proven not to do anything other than cause more harm.
"The notion that we can carry on as we are and have a Christmas that we can celebrate normally with friends and family is wishful thinking in the extreme," Edmunds maintains.
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