Greater Manchester Police: Multiculturalism And United Nations Resolution 260 Against Genocide

The request was refused by Greater Manchester Police.

Dear Greater Manchester Police,

The term "multiculturalism" is used in British Politics for the blueprint laid out in "Practical Idealism" by Coudenhove-Kalergi for the European Union and the racial make up of Europe.
A Coudenhove-Kalergi prize is given every two years to whichever politician, or public figure, has done the most to further the goals of "Practical Idealism" - winners have included Angela Merkel and the Pope.
"Practical Idealism" clearly states that the racial goal is to mix Europeans with Africans and Asians to create a mutant race and therefore eradicate the European race.
British politicians, such as Tony Blair, have repeatedly stated they want Britain and Europe to become "coffee coloured" and for the European (White) races to cease to exist.
The questions related to this are:

1. Does the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police know that "Practical Idealism" is the blueprint for multiculturalism and the European Union?
2. Has the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police obtained, or sought, any legal advice regarding multiculturalism and United Nations resolution 260 (1948) against genocide?
3. Does the the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police have any models for the future racial make up of Britain?
4. Has the the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police received any correspondence relating to this ongoing genocide from any lawyers or Human Rights organisations? If so please forward copies of all correspondence.
5. Is the the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police aware of the British Government implementing any policies to combat the birth rate of indigenous British people which is now in terminal decline?
6.Does the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police believe that the British Government have any legal obligations to implement policies to combat the birth rate of indigenous British people which is now in terminal decline?
7. Is there, or has there ever been, an immunity from prosecution for politicians, journalists, corporations etc. for their role in promoting multiculturalism?
8. Does the the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police still have a policy of promoting "multiculturalism"?
9. Please enclose copies of all correspondence relating to "multiculturalism" between Greater Manchester Police and the Home Office.

Yours faithfully,

Watt Tyler

Greater Manchester Police

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Dear Sir, Madam,

Please find attached GMP's response to your recent FOI request.

Regards

David Kynaston
Information Compliance & Records Management Unit
Greater Manchester Police

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Dear Greater Manchester Police,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Greater Manchester Police's handling of my FOI request 'Greater Manchester Police: Multiculturalism And United Nations Resolution 260 Against Genocide'.

This is a very serious request for information on Greater Manchester Police's position on multiculturalism and their policing of Greater Manchester. Up to one million White children have been gang-raped across the UK under multiculturalism, and there are real concerns that British Police have a policy of supporting multiculturalism.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/g...

Yours faithfully,

Sean Moran

Greater Manchester Police

Dear Mr Moran,

Your request for an internal review has been noted and passed on to the relevant people.

Ben Goddard

Ben Goddard
Information Compliance and Records Management Unit
Information Services Branch - Business Operations
Greater Manchester Police
c/o Openshaw Complex, Lawton Street, Manchester M11 2NS

External Tel: 0161 856 2529
Internal Extension: 62528

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Greater Manchester Police

Dear Mr Tyler,

Initially I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for the delay
in responding to your request for a review of the handling of your FOI
request.

Delays experienced are largely owed to austerity based budget cuts and
subsequent shortages in resources that have led to backlog of internal
review requests.

A review of the handling of an FOI requests consists of an assessment of
all steps in the processing of a request for compliance with the FOI and
aims to identify potential improvements in the processing of future FOI
requests and/or take corrective actions where necessary. This is
undertaken for all reviews.

I have noticed that you have not revisited your account to read our
previous reply to you, from this I assume that you no longer have an
interest in the subject in question and do not require further responses
from GMP re this request, therefore to avoid unnecessary work, should you
require a review of the handling of your request please contact me on the
details below, alternatively, should I receive no reply by Friday 17^th
February 2017, your request will be closed pending further communication.

Best regards,

 

Yours sincerely

Khalid Mahmood
Information Compliance & Records Management Officer
Information Services Branch - Information Management
Greater Manchester Police

 

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