Majority Nonwhite London Sees 43% Increase in Underground Train Violence
Britain’s capital city of London has continued its inevitable slide into Third World chaos with the news that there has been a 43 percent rise in violent crimes committed on the city’s underground train network - a rise which directly parallels the switch from majority white to nonwhite residents.
According to official figures released by the Greater London Assembly, British Transport Police data showed there were 10,450 reported crimes between November 2015 and October 2016 on the Underground network.
For the period from November 2016 to October 2017, this figure jumped to 12,115. And for the period November 2017 to September 2018, it jumped again to 13,101.
Crimes included theft of passenger property, robbery, burglary, theft of cables and equipment, public violence (“serious”), fraud (“serious”), drugs, and “other (serious).” Weapons offences more than doubled, and sexual offences increased by more than a third.
The number of murders in London during 2018 reached 134, and included 24 where the victims were aged 19 or under. Of those, 18 were stabbed, five were shot and one woman was killed by a head injury.
London’s overall violent crime rate has been rising on average 15 percent year-on-year—all directly linked to nonwhite drug gang warfare, as is obvious from a perusal of the Metropolitan Police’s “Wanted” website and of the BBC’s “London Violence” reporting page.
London became majority nonwhite in 2010, according to the 2011 census, and the clear link between the slide into a majority Third World population and the staggering increase in crime is obvious to all but the willingly blind.