Birmingham Imports Iraq War Technology to Fight Non-White Gun Crime
Non-white gun crime in the north west of Birmingham has reached such outrageous levels that the police have had to import sniper fighting technology currently being used in Iraq to try and suppress the violence.
The technology, known as ShotSpotter, uses audio sensors to pinpoint the location of gunfire to within three feet and can detect firearm discharge up to two miles away.
The devices are used in Baghdad to spot Iraq insurgent snipers and will now be deployed in the Aston, Lozells and Soho wards of Manchester to track down shooters in these immigrant-heavy areas.
Aston has a population of around 29,000. Around 51 percent are of Asian origin, with 23 percent from Pakistan, 16 percent from Bangladesh and 12 percent from India.
A further 21 percent of the population are black, while 4 percent are of mixed race and 3 percent are Chinese or some other ethnic group.
Lozells has a population of approximately 26,000. Around 57 percent of the population are of Asian origin, with 25 percent from Pakistan, 18 percent from India and 12 percent from Bangladesh.
A further 19.5 percent are black, 4 percent are of mixed race, and 3.5 percent are of Chinese origin or belong to some other ethnic group.
Soho has a population of around 26,000. Around 46 percent of the population are of Asian origin with 25 percent from India, 16 percent from Pakistan and 3 percent from Bangladesh.
A further 22.5 percent are black, 5 percent are of mixed background and 2.5 percent are of Chinese origin or belong to some other ethnic group.
Against that backdrop, the reason for the introduction of the ShotSpotter technology takes on new meaning.
The system can detect the sound waves of gun shots from sensors placed on buildings at various locations around the city.
By triangulating the data, the ShotSpotter can identify the location of the shooter, even if moving. It can also tell its direction and how many firearms have been used.
The system will cost the taxpayers £135,000 to purchase and £20,850 a year to maintain and manage.
This is what immigration has brought to Britain: war on our streets.