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“ASIANS” SURELY?

By Pete Moore On January 20th, 2020

How enlightening.

The victims of a triple stabbing in Ilford have been locally named and pictured […]

Detectives say they are keeping an open mind about motive, but it is believed the fight broke out between groups of Sikh men.

Harinder Kumar, far left, Balijit Singh, middle, and Narinder Singh, right, were all pronounced dead at the scene.

Seven Kings has changed. Sikhs were shopkeepers when I was last up the Eastern Avenue. Now their sons are shanking n ting innit? I’d suggest they back out of that habit pronto.

What’s interesting is that the police and media are happy to name check “Sikhs” when they’re involved in crime, but speak only of “Asians” when it’s muslims.

3 Responses to ““ASIANS” SURELY?”

  1. What’s interesting is that the police and media are happy to name check “Sikhs” when they’re involved in crime, but speak only of “Asians” when it’s muslims.

    Good point Pete

  2. ‘Asians’ is one thing, and muslims is definitely another. It’s not just the violence that they bring with them that damages this country, but also their in-bred stupidity spreads into the wider society to the point that academics are now so stupid as to be unable to see why IQ scores are falling

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/4548943/British-teenagers-have-lower-IQs-than-their-counterparts-did-30-years-ago.html

    Tests carried out in 1980 and again in 2008 show that the IQ score of an average 14-year-old dropped by more than two points over the period.

    But demographics show that 3rd-worlders are making up a greater proportion of 14-year-olds, and 3rd-worlders create the 3rd-world. Was this noticed?

    Absolutely not!

  3. their in-bred stupidity

    So to be clear Allan, you are saying that Muslims are stupider than Sikhs or Hindus?
    They are all from south Asia, so you would suspect that the genetics would be as close as the genetics of the French and the Germans. As far as I know they are as stupid as each other, or as the English or Scottish or Irish. But you are the expert on these matters so no doubt you will point out where I am going wrong.

    And of course I have omitted the you know whose. They are a special case as always?