DAVID LEMMY, BRITISH MP PICKED TO LEAD THE INVESTIGATION.
What an incredible mystery! One worthy of Sherlock Holmes.
It turns out that a significant proportion of Britain’s African population is in prison for some mysterious reason.
It must be because white police officers are framing them for crimes they didn’t commit. Right?
The Government has launched a major review into racial discrimination in the criminal justice system.
The Prime Minister has asked David Lammy, a former barrister and Labour MP for Tottenham, to head up the crucial investigation into why there is such a disproportionate number of black and minority ethnic (BAME) people serving custodial sentences.
‘If you’re black, you’re more likely to be in a prison cell than studying at a top university,’ David Cameron wrote in the Sunday Times.
Heh, heh. So, it’s the white man’s fault that blacks are in prison instead of in universities. I call it a natural sorting process. The average black has an IQ 15 points lower than the average white person. Blacks do not belong in universities, at least not very many of them.
If British prisons were filled with innocent colored people, then my white sense of justice would demand they be released. But we have an old saying in America: If you can’t do the the time, don’t do the crime.
Separately, announcing the review, he added: ‘It’s disgraceful that if you’re black, it seems you’re more likely to be sentenced to custody for a crime than if you’re white.
‘We should investigate why this is and how we can end this possible discrimination.’
According to the Equality and Human Rights Commission, there is now a greater disproportionality in the number of black people in UK prisons than in the US.
LOL. Blacks are the same everywhere. British blacks are as prone to a thug lifestyle as American blacks, it seems.
Some “racist” facts from the article:
BAME people make up around 28 per cent of prisoners, but only 14 per cent of the wider population of England and Wales.
The greatest disparity is with black Britons – 10 per cent of prisoners are black, whilst the group only represent 2.8 per cent of the general population.
Asians make up six per cent of the national prison population.
Black prisoners account for the largest number of minority ethnic prisoners – 49 per cent.
A disproportionate amount of BAME people are crown court defendants – 24 per cent.
BAME defendants who are found guilty are more likely to receive custodial sentences than white offenders – 61 per cent, as opposed to 56 per cent.
Britons should demand that the investigation stop and the deportations to Africa and the Caribbean begin. Until Briton is free of nonwhites, crime will continue and grow worse.