How do they know it’s underreported if it isn’t reported? And how are they going to distinguish between actual hate crimes against Muslims and the many, many fake anti-Muslim hate crimes? Faking hate crime is the new normal or, more accurately, the old tricks of fascists and totalitarians. It’s much like the Reichstag fire was used as evidence by the Nazi Party that communists were plotting against the German government. It wasn’t, but that wasn’t the point, was it? It was the pretext to impose freedom-crushing laws, and that is exactly the objective that the British police have in this case. Shortly after Hitler was sworn in as Chancellor of Germany, he used the Reichstag fire to pass an emergency decree to suspend civil liberties and pursue a “ruthless confrontation” with his political enemies. Anyone who cannot see the historical similarities is destined to repeat them, as, apparently, we all are.
“Revealed: Anti-Muslim hate crimes in London soared by 40% in a year,” by Robin De Peyer, Evening Standard, February 26, 2018:
The number of Islamophobic hate crimes in London has soared by almost 40 per cent in the past year, figures have revealed.
There were 1,678 anti-Muslim hate crimes reported in the capital in the year up to January 2018 – up from 1,205 the year before.
And Scotland Yard warned that the figures, from the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, do not show the full scale of “hugely under-reported” hate crimes in the capital.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan warned perpetrators they face arrest and prosecution under a “zero-tolerance” approach.
“London is a place where we celebrate, cherish and embrace diversity,” he said.
“I’m calling on all Londoners to pull together, and send a clear message around the world that our city will never be divided by individuals who seek to harm us and destroy our way of life.”…
Hate crimes include physical attacks, damage to property, bullying and abuse, according to police.
Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer, Scotland Yard’s head of community engagement said: “The Met has seen a steady increase in the reporting of all hate crime, particularly racist and religious hate crime.
“Despite this rise, hate crime is hugely underreported and no one should suffer in silence.”
He added: “London is such a diverse and tolerant city, but too many still feel marginalised, or worse intimidated to go about their daily lives due to their race, faith, sexual orientation, gender or disability.”
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