|A Worse Truth Hidden in The Figures|
|Written by Sarah:Maid of Albion|
|The headlines in This weeks papers and on TV announced that the results of a recent investigation had revealed that 28% of those involved in the sexual grooming of young, and predominantly white children, on our streets are Asian, more than “one in four”. The report was widely accompanied by predictable urgings from politicians, police and media multicultural advocates that we should not place too much significance on the ethnicity of those involved.|
However, are the headlines themselves actively under reporting the true scale of Asian involvement in this crime?
The report identified a total of 1,217 suspects, however, in the case of a significant number of those (464) the ethnicity of the perpetrator is recorded as "unknown", therefore they can not be included in any meaningful assessment of the composition of offenders. Every media outlet had attempted to pretend that those of "unknown race" must all be white, but the figures do not support that assumption.
The ethnicity is known in the case of 758 offenders and of these 346 are Asian (just under 46% of the total).
Given that those whose ethnicity is known is the only sample upon which the racial make up of offenders can be assessed, and as a further 40 of those who’s race was identified were either black or Chinese, the headlines could, with even greater accuracy have announced that “Less than half of all child sexual grooming suspect are white” (On the basis that whites who make up just under 90% of the population, amount for only 48.5% of those who’s ethnicity has been established)
Even if all those whose race is currently unknown turned out to be white, Asians, who according to official figures make up less than 6% of the population, would be massively over represented in the figures. However, as whites make up less than half of the known offenders, how likely is it they make up 100%, or even the majority, of the unknowns?
Multicultural advocates argue that the research is "poor and incomplete" and, therefore, misleading, but this is only true in that the manner in which it is being presented significantly under represents the disproportionate levels of offending on the part of non-white (primarily south Asian) offenders, whilst at the same time dishonestly over-represent the numbers of white offenders.
Another factor of note is the absence of any figures relating to Arabs, Turks, Albanians and East Europeans amongst the offenders. In view of the degree to which such groups feature amongst sex criminals, this inevitably leads one to speculate whether the researchers have followed the example of the FBI and included them under the single category “white”, so as to inflate the number they can pass off as native Britons.
The media will lie and lie and twist and squirm, however, the glaring fact is the research suggests that native white Britons are at least twenty times less likely to be involved in the disgusting crime of child sexual grooming than are the mass ranks of newcomers to our country.