Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Since London Bridge Attack, London Police Arrest More People For "Hate Crimes" Than for Terrorism

Police "Hate Crime" Table, June, 2016

The London Metropolitan Police announced today that they had arrested 25 people for "hate crimes" since the London Bridge attack. That's far more than they have arrested for terrorism.

Indeed, they state that they have "increased the number of officers on the streets and in communities" for the purpose of identifying hate crimes, as well as directing more resources to encourage mosques and other Muslim bodies to report them.

They do not state the nature of these hate crimes, nor do they confirm that they were all or mostly directed at Muslims. Logically, they could be anything from yelling a racial slur at someone before beating them up to making a Muslim/goat joke on Facebook, or even merely claiming in public that, say, Islam is a dangerous and wicked ideology - the official position of this blog, by the way.

A few days after the Manchester attack, police broke up a garden party. A policewomen called in reinforcements (including a helicopter) after hearing an anti-Osama Bin Laden played on the stereo. Not an anti-Muslim song, but an anti-Bin Laded song.

Needless to say, this is more evidence that the official response to the recent terror attacks in the UK is more of the same thinking that brought on the bloody crisis in the first place - coddling hostile Muslim communities while attacking those who rightly perceive Islam as a threat.

It's as if after the attack on Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt had bragged about how many people he had arrested for harboring anti-Japanese thoughts.
Statement from Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, Head of Community Engagement for the Metropolitan Police, about hate crime in the Capital:
“The Met is committed to tackling hate crime in all its forms.
“Year on year we are seeing an increase in all areas of hate crime. This is due to a range of factors - a growing willingness of victims to report hate crime, an overall improved awareness of staff in identifying these offences, and work with partners to support victims. However, we also know world events can also contribute to a rise in hate crime.
“Since Saturday evening's attacks, we have increased the number of officers on the streets and in communities to reassure local people that they are able to go about their daily lives in peace and without fear of harassment or intimidation. Dedicated ward officers have also made contact with their local places of worship to encourage them to report hate crimes and to reassure those who congregate there that the police will take these crimes seriously. The Metropolitan Police has made 25 arrests for hate crime offences since Saturday. 
“Following the terrorist incidents in Europe in recent years, we have anticipated that similar incidents in the UK may lead to a greater need to support those communities that are more vulnerable to becoming victims of hate crime, and we have taken action accordingly.
“We have increased the number of hate crime liaison officers who are a single point of contact for all those who need support after reporting a hate crime and we have introduced an Online Hate Crime Hub to tackle hate crime on social media.
“All hate crimes are reviewed by a Detective Inspector and the MPS has also increased specialist investigators within the 32 London borough community safety units by 30 per cent, with more than 900 specialist members of staff dedicated to investigating all hate crime and domestic abuse crimes.
“We have long since recognised the impact of hate crime on communities and the hidden nature of this crime, which remains largely under-reported. The MPS stands together with policing partners, colleagues and groups to investigate all hate crime allegations, support victims and their families, and bring perpetrators to justice.
“We would appeal to anyone who witnesses or suffers any hate of any type to immediately report it so that action can quickly be taken and catch those responsible.”
Hate Crime can be reported through 999 in an emergency, by dialling 101 in a non-emergency, directly at a police station, through the MOPAC Hate Crime app or through community reporting methods such as Tell MAMA, Galop, or the CST.


  1. Sacrificing themselves and their families on the altar of political correctness.

    Such amazing, amazing weakness.

  2. I shall make the effeminate to rule over them.

  3. Imagine a country with no free speech.

    Imagine a country wth no second amendment.

    Imagine no England, it isn't hard to do.

  4. I see that this communicate carefully avoids to clarify what hate crime actually is.