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Ron Liddle gets it.

It would appear that he has caused a wee bit of a stir with this post. Many of the righteous are choking on their frothy coffee's in Starbucks as they read this:
The first of an occasional series – those benefits of a multi-cultural Britain in full. Let me introduce you all to this human filth.
It could be an anomaly, of course. But it isn’t. The overwhelming majority of street crime, knife crime, gun crime, robbery and crimes of sexual violence in London is carried out by young men from the African-Caribbean community. Of course, in return, we have rap music, goat curry and a far more vibrant and diverse understanding of cultures which were once alien to us. For which, many thanks.
Not that they would see any connection between opening the doors wide open and a rise in crime on the part of those who have come to join us here in the UK.
Ministers hoped to change the country radically and 'rub the Right's nose in diversity'. But Mr Neather said senior Labour figures were reluctant to discuss the policy, fearing it would alienate its 'core working-class vote'.
Then we have figures from Scotland Yard:
"Black youths are suspected of more than half of knife crime among children in the capital, according to confidential Scotland Yard figures.
A highly-sensitive report reveals that 124 of the 225 under-18s legally 'proceeded against' for knife offences in the past three months are from the black community.
Rather than tackling the problem Labour will do as they have done for 12 years,  keep the doors to this land wide open, ignore the problems, play the race card against any who speak out on the figures and bury their heads in the sand.

2 people have spoken:

subrosa said...

Fido, why are all these reports called 'highly sensitive' etc? That's offensive to the immigrants who are well established here and they think matters like this should be discussed openly and not labeled sensitive. It's labeling like that which creates divisions don't you think?

banned said...

Does that mean that it is now ok for me to speak plainly about why I left London ?
I had previously worried about committing a 'race hate crime' by mentioning those things.