Tuesday, June 10, 2008

London: cesspool of hate

Statistics Canada admits that differences in local police practises and policies may account for varying rates of police-reported hate crimes in a report that ranks London fourth in the country with 5.9 incidents per 100,000 population, well above the national average of 3.1.

Well, you know what they say, you can't tell a hate crime without a hate programme … which happens now to be standard issue for all police recruits in Ontario as part of their basic training. From the facts that four of the top five hate-crime reporting cities in Canada are in Ontario and that Ontario's rate of 4.1 incidents per 100,000 population dwarfs the next highest provincial rate of 2.5 in British Columbia, one may conclude that either Ontario is a seething cauldron of hate or that the province's police are uniquely qualified to prevent an offense against a member of an ethnic, sexual or religious minority from being construed as an offense against a person. In our own local hotbed of hate, the rate of incidents reported by officers of London's hate crimes unit ought to at guarantee advancement at least.

2 comments:

Honey Pot said...

I wonder if they took into account the faux hate crimes, that were used to garner money for the hate crime crowd, who make their living off of making minorities professional victims.

Would that didn't happen doctor pulling the hijab off the muslim woman, that the hate crime unit was trying to use to get more funding, be counted in that figure?

How about the, we tried to burn our pita joint to the ground, and took aim at two minorities at once, (double indemnity)for the insurance money.

Would they be counting those one in the London, we're the raciest racist satistics too?

Fenris Badwulf said...

Ontario is a seething pit of hate.

You should now point out that spending cuts by Mike Harris are responsible ... Ask for more funding ... Get a bigger photocopier