Another inconvenient truth

**I am NOT suggesting for a second that a person’s genetic stock makes them more or less likely to commit a crime. I also don’t deny that social status plays a big role. **

Nick Griffin was shot down in flames for it on ‘Newsnight’, Simon Darby was burned at the verbal stake on some radio phone in show and I will probably now be called all manner of obscenities by the PC brigade. However, none of this changes the fact that in my opinion (and statistical fact) the percentage of non-Caucasian drug dealers in the UK is disproportionate to their numbers.

This can be proven factually. Which document am I using? It’s got to be some BNP front organisation with dodgy statistics right?

No, sorry, it’s a Home Office document. Given the severe pressure on the government to be politically correct, this implies that the statistics could be even more worrying than those disclosed.

http://www.justice.gov.uk/docs/race-and-cjs-stats-2006.pdf

England is approximately three percent black and four percent Asian (not including Chinese). Yet, as the report shows, in every county the number of black and Asian people arrested for drug offences was over represented and often more than twice what should be expected by average.

Also laid to rest is Nadia’s claim that “racial assaults fell” in 2007. She used this to discredit the drop in racial assaults in B+D following the BNP councillor’s election there.

http://www.procuratorfiscal.gov.uk/About/Departmental-Overview/diversity/racist-crime/Statistics0506

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/apr/27/race.ukcrime

So given the fact that racist crime fell in the area with most BNP councillors while it increased elsewhere, is this not to the BNP’s credit? Or at least does it not put a very firm dent in the idea that the BNP bring racial assaults with them?

Griffin’s claim that Muslims are responsible for importing drugs is harder to verify. To my knowledge there are no records kept of an offender’s religion. There is however a large set of circumstantial evidence as disclosed by the BNP.

http://www.bnp.org.uk/2008/03/nick-griffin-and-the-bnp-tell-the-truth/

Let me repeat I am NOT suggesting for a second that a person’s genetic stock makes them more or less likely to commit a crime. I also don’t deny that social status plays a big role.

I am merely pointing out an unpleasant side effect of multiculturalism that we seem scared to talk about. Why are the minority communities not doing more to address this problem?

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One Response to “Another inconvenient truth”

  1. In my opinion you need to stop thinking in terms of skin colour and only in terms of culture.

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