Today in Britain, 19-year-old Xeneral Webster was jailed for 17 years for a fatal acid attack that he carried out in June of last year. According to Sky News, the case is believed to be the first conviction under British law for a death caused by an acid attack.
Webster’s victim was 47-year-old nurse, Joanne Rand, who was sitting on a bench after visiting her daughter’s grave. Webster didn’t target Joanna Rand on purpose. He was trying to steal another man’s bike and she was caught in the crossfire. The mother of three died later in hospital from multiple organ failure after contracting septicaemia from the acid burns which covered 5% of her body.
Webster, as you may have guessed, is of African heritage. Of course, anybody who mentions the pattern which is emerging here is an evil fascist who, according to weaklings like Owen Jones, must be crushed. But are we correct in our assumptions about acid attacks and race? Are they really more likely to be carried out by non-Whites? This certainly isn’t the picture that the mainstream media want to paint, but the mainstream media can’t be trusted, so let’s take a look at the data that we have and decide for ourselves.
The police in Britain revealed in December of last year that the UK now has one of the highest number of recorded acid attacks per person of any country in the world. Last year, more than 400 acid attacks were recorded in the six months to April. This works out at around two acid attacks every day. Senior officers also revealed that they believe this figure is just the tip of the iceberg as many acid attacks are not being reported due to the victim fearing for their safety.
The majority of these acid attacks take place in London; a city where White British people are already a minority making up around 45% of the population in 2011. In fact, there were 465 acid attacks in London last year, a figure which has increased from 260 in 2015.
According to fake news outlet the BBC, who interviewed Dr Simon Harding:
“Acid throwing dates to Victorian times. We’ve had acid throwing in this country for over 200 years, and there’s been a new development of it, but it’s not new and it’s not imported.”
Well unfortunately, Dr Harding, that’s where you’re wrong…
Statistics released by London’s Metropolitan Police provide the breakdown of every recorded acid attack by age, gender and ethnicity between the years 2002 and 2016. The figures reveal that after a 10-year decline in recorded cases, acid attacks surged in the UK between the years 2012 and 2016. As we know from the figures above, these crimes are continuing to rise.
Regarding ethnicity, London’s Metropolitan Police provided the table below which gives us a breakdown of the ethnicity of acid attack suspects and victims. As we can see, African Caribbeans are suspects in 38% of cases, White Europeans are suspects in 32% of cases, “Asians” are suspects in 6% of cases, and in 1 in 5 cases, the ethnicity of the suspect is unknown.
If we consider these figures per capita for London, we get the following statistics:
African Caribbean population in London: 13.3%
African Caribbean acid attack suspects: 38%
Over represented by 285%
White European population in London: 59.8%
White European acid attack suspects: 32%
Under represented by 53.5%
Asian population in London: 18.4%
Asian acid attack suspects: 6%
Under represented by 32.60%
Please note, the above population figures which I have used are from Britain’s last official census which was for the year 2011. The acid attack figures are for the years 2002 – 2016.
As we can see from the figures above, White people and Asian people are hugely under represented when it comes to acid attacks. Black people are hugely over represented.
There are a couple of things to consider, however. The above figures do not take into account the 20% of suspects whose ethnicity is unknown. London’s Metropolitan Police suggest that this is because either the suspect hasn’t been identified, or because the victim has refused to name them. It could be that the ethnicity of these people is representative of the rest of the suspects, I.E., predominantly Black or White suspects, or it could be that these are suspects in “honour crimes“, which are more likely to happen in the Muslim community. The above figures from London’s Police only include one “honour crime”, which took place in 2011, and this seems incredibly low. London’s Police suggest that this kind of crime is likely not being reported due to fear of reprisal.
The second thing to consider is that these figures are only for London, and not the entire country. As we know though, more than half of all acid attacks in the UK take place in London. Unfortunately we do not have any official statistics to break down the ethnicity of acid attack suspects in other regions. It appears that the British Government don’t want to share this information with us.
What we have to deal with in the meantime is progressive news outlets like The Independent publishing articles with ridiculous titles such as “Acid attacks have been happening in the UK for 200 years, so why are we only talking about them now?” – We’re talking about them now because the figures are increasing rapidly!
We are currently in a situation where we have enough statistics to prove the over-representation of a certain group in this type of crime. Anybody who chooses to ignore these stats and brush them under the carpet in order to push the blame onto White males will be written off as anti-White and an apologist for violent crime.
The over-representation of Black people and under-representation of Asians in these figures could also make this a good topic to discuss with any anti-Jihad, civic nationalists about where their priorities lie.