May 9, 2018
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Facts are racist in an empire of lies.
A Metropolitan police database introduced by the Tories and containing the name of thousands of suspected gang members has been slammed by Amnesty International as “racially discriminatory” and a breach of human rights.
The database was set up by the Conservative government in the aftermath of the 2011 London riots in a bid to better tackle gang crime in the country. It contains the names of up to 3,806 people, some of whom are as young as 12, 87 percent of whom are black, and nine percent from other ethnic minorities. That despite London’s black population accounting for just 13 percent, and up to 1,500 of those listed being assessed as posing no risk of violence.
That’s funny. I distinctly remember a certain interview where a certain someone insisted that the rioters were “White chavs” and that this wasn’t racial.
Seems that the racist police think that blacks were to blame though, according to Amnesty International. Someone get Sargon on the line.
In a report on the police’s suspect list, Amnesty called on the system to be overhauled. Known as the ‘Gang Matrix,’ the system is understood to be used by forces in Greater Manchester and the West Midlands as well as the Met. Amnesty’s censure comes as new measures are sought to tackle the rise in violent gun and knife crime hitting major cities across the UK.
You gotta love our enemies.
Even when their disastrous policies lead to disastrous consequences, the only answer they have is to double down.
Amnesty expressed concern over the criteria used by the Met to list people as suspects, which includes unwarranted monitoring of social media profiles and the association of cultural preferences, such as liking grime music, to criminality.
Kate Allen, Amnesty International’s UK director, said: “The entire system is racially discriminatory, stigmatising young black men for the type of music they listen to or their social media behaviour, and perpetuating racial bias with potential impacts in all sorts of areas of their lives.
“Some police officers have been acting like they’re in the wild west, making the false assumptions that they can set up fake profiles and covertly befriend people online to monitor them without needing the appropriate search warrants.
It is touching to know that the police is actually trying to monitor these groups. Although I question how well they are able to do it. Can they approximate the slang? What profile photos do they use?
Nah, I don’t see it.
Everyone knows the police is spending all its resources monitoring White Britons instead. And it would make sense from just a technical point of view. You have all these White internal police, so they have an easier time monitoring and infiltrating groups of people like them than pretending to be black.
Someone get Sean King on the scene.
But even if they did.
Well, that’d be racist. Gotta grin and bear the knife attacks. To do otherwise would be racist.