2018-02-11 12:32:22 UTC
In 2016, police arrested a whopping 900 Syrians in England and Wales for
crimes including rape and child abuse.
In the midst of the surge in violent crime, Detective Superintendent Richie
Salter of Merseyside Police is now "worried" that people are not joining his
witch-hunt to promote a warped brand of diversity. That recalls the fact
that a prominent Muslim Labour MP, Naz Shah, liked and retweeted a message
to the victims of Muslim rape gangs to "shut up for the good of diversity,"
yet she remains in politics.
At one time, police reported who was committing these violent crimes, which
is essential in creating sound security policy. But now to do that is
apparently "offensive communication." Britain is pouring astronomical
resources into hunting down those who commit the crime of "offensive
communication." London's Muslim mayor, Sadiq Khan (with unsavoury
connections himself to groups associated to Islamic terrorism) has spent
millions of pounds in taxpayer money for a massive police witch-hunt against
this "offensive communication." That is the bulk of what is referred to as
Khan and other leaders care little about the well-being of Britons.
"UK: Huge Rise in Knifepoint Rapes, Fatal Stabbings While Police Focus on
'Hate Crime,'" by Virginia Hale, Breitbart, February 9, 2018:
Crime figures released this week revealed that fatal stabbings in England
and Wales are at the highest level since 2010-2011, while rapes at
knifepoint rose by 23 per cent in the past year.
Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) recorded 413 rapes
involving a knife in the year to March, up from 334 the previous year, while
in 2010-2011 the number stood at 258.
The statistics show fatal knife attacks also rose last year and revealed
that while the number of female victims was the lowest in a decade, at 51,
the number of males murdered in deadly knife attacks was the highest since
2009, standing at 164.
"Male victims aged 16 to 24 years and 35 to 44 years have seen the biggest
increases over the last year, with both groups having 10 more homicides than
in the year ending March 2016," the ONS reported.
Overall, 215 people died in fatal attacks using a knife or other sharp
instrument last year, which marked the highest number since the year to
2011, in which 236 people were killed.
Official data released in January showed the surging rate of violent and
sexual crime in the UK had been accelerating faster than previously thought,
with violent crime overall rising 20 per cent.
The Lancashire Evening Post reported the latest ONS figures show "huge
rises in robbery, sex and violent crime" in the country, where a number of
regions recorded "alarmingly high increases" in offences over the last 12
Commissioner Clive Grunshaw of Lancashire Police said the statistics
showed "the increasing levels of demand that our officers are dealing with
as the number of recorded crimes continues to rise. Our officers continue to
do more with less."
While forces across the country have blamed police cuts, which have seen
officer numbers reduced by 20,000 to their lowest level since 1985, for
dismal crime rates, critics have suggested their reduced resources are not
being wisely deployed.
Lancashire Police, along with the forces of Greater Manchester, Cheshire,
and North Wales on Monday launched a new regional Hate Crime Awareness Week
in which officers across the North West of England are holding events urging
people to report so-called hate crimes.
Heralding the start of the weeklong campaign, Detective Superintendent
Richie Salter of Merseyside Police said forces are worried that not enough
people are coming forward to report hate crime, explaining that officers
"see a reduction in reports of hate crime at this time of year"...