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Breitbart -- LONDON IS FALLING: UK Capital Now More Dangerous than NYC... More Rape, More Robbery, More Violence
'The latest crime figures for England and Wales which show violent crimes against the person surging have thrown the particular problems of the nation’s capital city into harsh light, as it reveals the city is now more dangerous than the once-notorious New York City. -- Released Thursday, the new crime statistics showed plainly the astonishing rise of offences, with an overall rise of 19 per cent of violence against the person, and a 19 per cent rise of sexual offences. -- Yet these numbers hide the even steeper ascent of particularly serious crimes, including a 22 per cent rise in rape, a 26 per cent rise in knife crime, and perhaps most amazingly of all — considering the United Kingdom’s draconian gun laws — a 27 per cent rise in gun crime. These increases compound another significant rise from the year before. -- While these figures cover the whole of England and Wales, much of these crime surges are concentrated in the capital, London, which is experiencing an unprecedented surge in acid attacks, which comes on top of the more familiar stabbings and shootings. -- ... Meanwhile, British police forces pursue the posters of “offensive” comments online, with a reported 3,395 arrests for social media use in one year. -- ... Speaking to the Daily Mail on Britain’s crime surge, which has come as police forces across the country have become even more audacious to reach out to minority communities with stunts like vinyl-wrapping police patrol cars in LGBT flags and working with discredited Muslim groups like Tell MAMA, a retired Scotland Yard detective blasted the police for failing to be effective. -- Mick Neville told the paper: “They have forgotten what their purpose is. Too many modern chief constables have got more degrees under their belts than arrests. The people in charge have simply not done the job.'
UK  dysgenics  collapse 
13 hours ago by adamcrowe
Breitbart -- KASSAM: Theresa May’s Deputy Is Worried About MPs Being Murdered Over ‘Fake News’, While His Govt’s Policies Continue to Kill UK Citizens
'Prime Minister Theresa May’s second-in-charge, Damian Green MP, hit out at Breitbart News this week insisting that “fake news” and “increasing hatred” could lead to the assassination of another Member of Parliament, following the murder of Jo Cox on the run up to the Brexit referendum. -- How stupid does Green think we are? -- When there’s an Islamic terrorist, we’re told we have to consider “mental health” factors, but when Thomas Mair — an actual mental health sufferer — murders an MP, we are supposed to accept it outright as domestic terrorism? -- Of course Mair committed a terrorist act, but he was also an actual mental health sufferer who even asked for extra care just days before he flipped and killed Ms. Cox. Green’s successive Conservative governments have done little to improve access to care for mental health sufferers, by the way. -- And the last time I checked, no one had ever claimed Mair was a Breitbart reader either. He wasn’t. Mr. Green’s conflation between these two unrelated incidents reveal his willingness to use the death of a young woman to pursue state censorship, very similar to what the hard-left did in the immediate aftermath of the incident. -- ... They don’t want to deal with Britain’s skyrocketing crime rates. They don’t want to tackle radical Islam. They don’t want to attack the regressive forces of left-liberalism and return Britain to a successful, sovereign, nation-state. -- Frankly, I couldn’t care less if Green — presumably a grown man — feels scared of what we publish on these pages. We never encourage violence. We never endorse physical attacks. And he would do well to understand the threats we face every day simply for reporting the truth and daring to oppose the state-endorsed liberalism promoted by almost every other part of the political spectrum.'
UK  threatnarrative  illiberalism 
16 hours ago by adamcrowe
Why the next general election will be in 2022
I'm still hoping for a split in the Conservatives. But it's terribly unlikely.
politics  elections  uk 
18 hours ago by andrewducker
YouTube -- RussiaToday: 'Propaganda bullhorn': RT under fire in Britain
'RT's adverts in the London Underground have seen an angry response from a high-ranking Labour Party MP. And 'The Times' newspaper claims politicians are now demanding the UK's media watchdog, Ofcom, investigates the ad campaign. Hillary Clinton also jumped on the RT ads - listing them among the alleged threats coming from Russia.'
UK  minitrue  twominuteshate  russia 
yesterday by adamcrowe
Academic Book of the Future BOOC
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books  discussion  publishing  uk 
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