Official police statistics from the UK’s capital city—which became majority nonwhite nearly a decade ago—have revealed that there are at least 754 violent attacks there every day, and that crime overall is increasing at the rate of over ten percent every six months.
125,190 thefts reported ( January to June 2018 105,596);
108,084 assaults and violent attacks (January to June 2018 102,829);
61,497 vehicle offenses (January to June 2018 54,056);
40,409 burglaries (January to June 2018 39,442);
28,067 arson and criminal damage incidents (January to June 2018 28,430);
24,918 public order offenses (January to June 2018 23,677);
21,906 drug offenses (January to June 2018 17,542);
19,075 robberies (January to June 2018 16,039);
9,998 sexual offenses (January to June 2018 10,109);
5,449 miscellaneous crimes against society (January to June 2018 5,701); and
3,716 cases of possession of weapons (January to June 2018 3,933).
This gives a total number of crimes for the period January to June 2019 of 448,309, compared to 407,354 in the first six months of June 2018—a ten percent increase.
These figures also translate to 688 thefts per day; 594 assaults and violent attacks per day; 388 vehicle offenses per day; 222 burglaries per day; 154 arson and criminal damage cases per day; 137 public order offenses per day; 120 drug offenses per day; 105 robberies per day; and 55 sexual offenses per day.
In addition, the number of homicides committed in the same six-month period stands at 67, with a significant proportion of those killed resulting from the black and mixed-race gang wars which have laid waste to vast stretches of suburban London.
In 2018/19, the number of knife crime offences recorded in London reached almost 15,000—an increase of more than five thousand compared with 2015/16.
Although black knife crime in London receives more media attention, other nonwhite-related crimes are on the increase as well. In 2017 for example there were 465 acid attacks recorded by the Metropolitan Police, compared with just 77 in 2012.
Moped crime—which sees mainly black and mixed-race gangs swoop on stores and escape on mopeds—has seen an even greater increase than acid attacks, rising from just over 9,000 offences in 2016 to almost 24,000 in 2017.
London became majority nonwhite in 2010, according to the 2011 census, and the clear link between the slide into a majority Third World population and the staggering increase in crime is obvious to all but the willingly blind.