Thursday, February 11, 2010

Ali Dizaei

Ali 'Crook in Uniform' Dizaei very clearly demonstrated the effects of a policy that promotes people because their ethnicity ticks the correct box rather than because they are the best person for the job.

A Government spokesman has today confirmed that they have no intention of learning from this episode and intend to repeat it as quickly as possible.


Anonymous said...

About on a par with promoting somebody out of the classroom because they can't teach.

MarkUK said...

Reading a few police blogs, it's quite obvious that he's been an embarrasment to their noble ranks for some time.

They all appear to be partying after the conviction.

Lilyofthefield said...

Only a matter of time before we discover that his conviction is a shining example of institutionalised racism.

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of the senior police officer who accused his force of racism when he failed to get promotion. Every job he applied for after that he got, then when at a senior rank he sued the police for stress and claimed they had promoted him too quickly into a role he couldn't do!

TonyF said...

It should be so simple. If you can do the job and are qualified, you should be promoted/better paid. If you cannot do the job then, you stay put, or out you go.

inspectorgadget said...

It is so nice for us to see evidence that one can challenge these people and win.

Unheard of in the Police up until now.

Probably helped that the victim was also an ethnic minority.

Next: women.

(Runs for cover....)