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UP, UP AND AWAY!

By Pete Moore On January 24th, 2019

Violent crime recorded by police in England and Wales has risen by 19% in a year, latest Home Office figures show.

Violent crime was already sky high.

John Apter, chairman of the Police Federation, which represents thousands of lower rank officers across England and Wales, said: “Society just isn’t as safe as it once was, and although the police service is doing everything within its power, we are swimming against the tide and it is the public who are being let down.”

And it’s going to get even higher. This is the new normal. Decades of radical left social engineering have left marriage and family life obliterated, conservative restraints removed, Christianity almost dead, welfare rampant and society flooded under tides of immigrants from backward, primitive cultures.

So high crime is what you get. Society is structurally set for it. Only a repeal of the last sixty years can make society safe again.

37 Responses to “UP, UP AND AWAY!”

  1. the police service is doing everything within its power

    No they’re not at all doing that

    They were particularly useless during the early days of the London riots that they allowed to happen

    And every British cop that is spending his days monitoring facebook is one less cop that could be doing something useful, like preventing crime and catching criminals.

  2. Violent crime recorded by police in England and Wales has risen by 19% in a year, latest Home Office figures show.

    In London..

    Its definitely a black ting.

    You can take the boy out of Africa, but not Africa out of the boy.

  3. Phantom

    Our Cops are run by ACPO.

    ACPO are run by common purpose, therefore a mere shadow of them former selves.

  4. There would be many great, motivated, highly competent cops in the Met Police etc, the problem is their leadership.

  5. Policing numbers have dropped by 15% since 2010. Over 20,000 fewer police officers in England and Wales than there were 8 years ago.

  6. Seamus, on January 24th, 2019 at 7:10 PM Said:
    Policing numbers have dropped by 15% since 2010. Over 20,000 fewer police officers in England and Wales than there were 8 years ago.

    So, its not the fault of all those doing the stabbings and violent crime then?

    Its becoz of dem cutz…?

  7. Yeah because there is no link between low levels of policing and high levels of violent crime.

    Go back to your colouring in.

  8. Phantom, on January 24th, 2019 at 7:09 PM Said:
    There would be many great, motivated, highly competent cops in the Met Police etc, the problem is their leadership

    Phantom.

    Prec.

    Again, the Police are led by ACPO, ACPO are led by Common Purpose.

    They lead “above authority” – and are unfortunately now mere shadows of them former selves.

  9. Seamus

    Okay, let’s take just London as one example!e.

    Is there a link between blacks and stabbings?

    Is that the fault of the police?

  10. One of the leading cops of our generation offered his services to the UK in 2011. Teresa May, then Home Secretary said ” no thanks “. How’d that work out?

    http://www.atangledweb.org/?p=22569#comments

  11. One of the leading cops of our generation offered his services to the UK in 2011. Teresa May, then Home Secretary said ” no thanks “. How’d that work out?

    He would have had to take a “leadership course” first..

    He dodged a bullet there.

  12. Seamus –

    No-one was complaining in 2010 about low police numbers.

    There is no link between high crime and the relatively high numbers of police officers. (I corrected your erroneous assumption that police numbers are low).

    There are far more police officers today than in decades past, when crime was far less frequent than today.

  13. Knife crime in London..

    Its a black ting.

  14. Police per 100,000 population

    England and Wales 208
    US 284
    Germany 296
    Scotland 324
    France 340

    You’re low. No getting around it.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_and_dependencies_by_number_of_police_officers

  15. Phantom

    We are not low on blacks in London

    Operation Trident.

  16. “Is there a link between blacks and stabbings?”

    If the two were related you would expect to see spikes in the areas with a larger number of black people, and drops in areas with a lower number of black people. So you would expect too see substantially more in Lewisham for example than in Camden. Yet there were more knife related crimes in Camden than Lewisham.

    There were 14,000 knife related crimes in London last year. There are an estimated 1.1 million black people in London. It works out at just over 1 knife crime per 76 black people.

    If there were 76 knife crimes per black person and you total the number of knife crimes per London borough then the two should line up (according to your hypothesis). On average there are 459 knife crimes per borough. Your hypothesis is out by, on average, 155 per borough. 34% deviation.

    So short answer – no there is no link between black people and stabbings in London.

    “There are far more police officers today than in decades past, when crime was far less frequent than today.”

    Crime per 1,000 people is still substantially lower than it was in the 1980s. The reason there is more crime is that there are more people. The actual rate of crime has been decreasing, until the Tories got in in 2010.

  17. So short answer – no there is no link between black people and stabbings in London.

    Jesus H Christ.

    😏

  18. “Jesus H Christ.”

    He is also not behind the stabbings in London.

  19. Our Cops are run by ACPO.

    ACPO are run by common purpose, therefore a mere shadow of them former selves […]

    So, its not the fault of all those doing the stabbings and violent crime then?

    Its becoz of dem cutz…?

    It’s Common Purpose’s fault

    No, it’s them doing the stabbings and violent crime’s fault.

    No matter, it’s a liberal, progressive, lefty thing. It’s the cancer of something or something you know.

  20. Yawn..

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

    😏

  21. Seamus –

    Violent crime is absolutely not lower now than in the 1980s. In any case, I was had the 50s and 60s in mind. Crime war far lower then and police numbers were far lower too. The police were also a visible presence, unlike now.

  22. Pete

    Do you support a visible police presence?

    I think that you’ve opposed taxpayer paid policing in the past. Is this still the case? If so, who will pay for the police in the UK?

  23. Violent crime is up largely due to changes in recording. Crimes that are now listed as violent crimes were not in the past (things like stalking for example is now deemed a violent crime – it was not historically).

  24. Murder is the one stat that is somewhat easy to track.

    How do murder / homicide rates ( repeat, rates ) track over the past 25 or so years

  25. Most recent statistics (from 2016) have it at 9.9 homicides per million people. In 1980 it was 11.1.

  26. In NYC, some people think that crime is high. But most crime has actually collapsed over the past couple of decades, it is off the charts safer than it was in living memory.

    I’ll write more on that later.

    ” The good old days ” simply weren’t all that good all the time. Though I think the post WW2 period was good in both our countries.

  27. Seamus, on January 24th, 2019 at 9:17 PM Said:
    Most recent statistics (from 2016) have it at 9.9 homicides per million people. In 1980 it was 11.1.

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz.

    So, putting Operation Trident to one side, along with all the black on white, black on black killings..its absolutely nothing at all to do with them poor hard done by blacks then?

    Jesus, these Liberal progressive self righteous gullible puritans are really, seriously beyond help.

  28. Crime was falling under the last Labour government and is now rising under the current Conservative government.

  29. Reducing the size of the force and having numbers of them watching facebook all day would be a good way to get those crime numbers up.

    And Theresa May, once Home Secretary, now PM, would seem to own this pig.

  30. FewsOrange, on January 24th, 2019 at 9:46 PM Said:
    Crime was falling under the last Labour government and is now rising under the current Conservative government.

    Ah, that’s it..

    Its the conservative government who are responsible for all the stabbings?

    Okay, got it now.

  31. And Theresa May, once Home Secretary, now PM, would seem to own this pig.

    Nope.

    The Black’s in London own this pig.

    Black on black, black on white.

    You import Africa, you get Africa.

  32. // Though I think the post WW2 period was good in both our countries.//

    I don’t know what exact period you mean, Phantom, but in, say, the decade after WW2 the situations in the UK and US were very different.
    The US was going from strength to strength and there was, I believe, a general air of optimism, despite the cold war and the threat of nuclear war.

    According to everyone I knew who lived through it, the same period in the UK seemed to be pretty grey and gloomy. Money was scarce and very difficult to borrow. A lot of the cities were still bombsites and the country was financially exhausted. Rationing was still very harsh. Britain was shedding colonies year after year, while large-scale commonwealth immigration was under way.

  33. I was only referring to the street crime situation in that comment.

    The forties and fifties were remembered with great fondness by people who would go out for an hours shopping without locking their doors then.

    I know that those were tough days in the UK, fairly recent times when there was real hunger. I heard some even in the early sixties would see a rebuilding West Germany and a stagnant UK and wonder who it was who won the war.

  34. The forties and fifties were remembered with great fondness by people who would go out for an hours shopping without locking their doors then.

    But what has, let’s take South London as just one example, got now, what it didn’t have then?

  35. Again, that comment was about the US crime, then.

    You guys would know the UK story on that, not me.

  36. And it’s going to get even higher. This is the new normal. Decades of radical left social engineering have left marriage and family life obliterated, conservative restraints removed, Christianity almost dead, welfare rampant and society flooded under tides of immigrants from backward, primitive cultures.

    Accept crime isn’t sky-high. it’s demonstrably provable in it’s been for higher in the past. You really are a doom and gloom merchant Pete.
    Crime rates, healthcare, life expectancy, employment, all these things are better now than they have been in the past. These things tend to go in cycles, for multiple reasons.
    Despite crime being historically low, you still try and paint a picture that things are getting worse.

    The forties and fifties were remembered with great fondness by people who would go out for an hours shopping without locking their doors then.

    Oh yes, almost everybody past a certain age, always tells the grass was always greener when I was younger stories. Not necessarily true of course. If people did leave their doors open, it’s probably because they didn’t have anything worth stealing.

    Here’s a link to the government’s official figures. As it quite clearly demonstrates, crime was far higher as recently as the 90s, than it is today.
    https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/crimeandjustice/bulletins/crimeinenglandandwales/yearendingseptember2018

  37. https://dailystormer.name/london-half-masked-negro-chases-shoppers-through-supermarket-with-axe/

    There are only ten white people left in London, and this negro managed to find where they were hiding.

    Watch as he tries to kill them ASAP so he can collect his cash reward from the British government!

    Breitbart:

    Police are searching for a half-masked “axeman” who rampaged through a Tesco in south London, chasing terrified customers as they fled the store.

    Security footage of the incident, shared more than six thousand times on social media, shows around 10 people running away down a corridor before the suspect bursts through a pair of doors, swinging the “axe”.

    It looks like an axe, and it looks like an afro. There is no link between black people and axe-crime in London:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43640475

    In the first 100 days of 2018, 52 people were killed in London – raising serious concerns about how to tackle violent crime on the city’s streets.

    As one sees, the majority of murdered are black – killed by racist whiteys

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