The number of deadly crimes is certainly going up. And to add a layer of what my be concerning to that already concerning statistic, is the reason for deadly force by the criminal population.
This story, from the Daily Mail, shows a group of drug dealers are so brazen in London that they beat a man to death for merely asking them not to sell in front of his home.
Not that long ago, drug dealers would be frightened to be caught in front of a home, if they did it at all somewhere so open, and would flee before the police arrived, possibly thanking the man for not calling them.
A father-of-two was beaten to death after telling drug dealers to stop selling outside his home as statistics today reveal the murder rate has skyrocketed by 14 per cent in Wild West Britain.
Bus driver Ian Tomlin, 46, is the 113th victim of murder in the capital after being brutally battered at the block of flats in Battersea, south London where he lived.
He was pronounced dead at the scene, shortly after his assailants fled following the attack yesterday afternoon.
Shocked witnesses said there was ‘blood everywhere’ and claimed ex-boxer Ian may also have been stabbed in the neck.
It comes as Office for National Statistics report shows the murder rate in the UK has soared by 14 per cent from 630 last year to 719 this year.
And other violent crimes such as those involving a knife have also risen to 39,332 offences, the highest since 2011.
For those who wish to go through the Reader’s Links posts on this site, you will find a story about a Murder in Airstrip One at least one per day. Usually more.
But the above story only indicates the level of increased barbarity and violence by criminals in parts of the UK, as well as what qualifies for that level of barbarity. Which is increasingly lower. The willingness to use lethal force applied in a neolithic fashion for something as trivial as the above example.
But what about this makes me think the deterioration of the nation-state formerly known as England, is deliberate?
Well… there is the fact that the muslim mayor was a guest speaker at the Fabian society. That alone should be enough to a reasonable person assuming his talk was sympathetic.
But then there is this headline in today’s news:
The drive to target hate crime is forcing police officers to spend valuable time investigating wolf-whistles, bad manners and impolite comments, a police leader has warned.
Sergeant Richard Cooke, the recently elected chairman of the West Midlands Police Federation, said forces were expected to record and follow up reports of hate crime, even when no criminal offence had taken place.
Writing in the Telegraph, Mr Cooke warns police officers would be dispatched to offer words of advice to people, but this meant they had less time to focus on “genuine crimes” such as burglary and violence.
Mr Cooke said he did not believe this was what the public expected of its police service. While applauding the principle behind protecting those at risk of hurtful abuse, officers have expressed their frustration at being drawn into what they see as social rather than criminal issues.
Mr Cooke, who represents 6,500 rank and file officers in the country’s second largest police force, said: “I fear a dangerous precedent could be set, where our scant resources are skewed further and further away from the genuine crisis in public safety taking place on our urban homes and streets.
Again, for those who follow this site, you have seen multiple instances of various UK police forces applying measurable fractions of their resources and application of their state-monopoly on use of force to absurd and Orwellian purposes.
I think the best example of the direction of policy so far, is this one:
UK police asks citizens to report ‘non-crime hate incidents’ that ‘feel like crimes’
SOUTH YORKSHIRE, England September 10, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – A tweet from the police force of South Yorkshire (SYP) is raising new concerns about the logic of “hate crimes” being used to crack down on free speech.
On September 9, the South Yorkshire Police’s official Twitter account called on residents to “report non-crime hate incidents, which can include things like offensive or insulting comments, online, in person or in writing,” in “addition to” reporting actual crimes. “Hate will not be tolerated in South Yorkshire. Report it and put a stop to it.”
So, a man is beaten to death and another stabbed because he asked criminals to find a new address for their enterprise. But why are they so brazen that they felt they could do this and get away with it?
I guess because they knew they didn’t say anything bad to their victim at the time.
For those unfamiliar with the Fabian Society, now is a good time to become so.
The early Suffragettes where part of the Fabian Society, supporting what Karen Straungh said to me in an interview last winter.