Tuesday, June 19, 2018


Germany recently published statistics on crime in Germany in 2017. Some claimed they showed a massive rise in crime and in particular crime by non-Germans, while the actual statistics showed the opposite. Whether you believe those statistics is upto you, your mistrust of all government and your racism/prejudices.

I've just seen on Jud-a$$ Twitter:

This Reuters article seems to be the source of immigrants-repsonsible-for-violent-crime outcry. I've seen it referred to on several sites and Twitter accounts.

The Reuters article was published on 3rd January 2018, and refers to the time period 2015 and 2016, during which there was a reported rise in violent crime of 10%, most by young male refugees.
Violent crime rose by about 10 percent in 2015 and 2016, a study showed. It attributed more than 90 percent of that to young male refugees.

But the 2017 statistics report a dramatic drop in crimes by non-Germans.

So if the likes of Jud-a$$ are prepared to believe the accuracy and honesty of the 2015/6 statistics, which they then use to claim that 2017 statistics show a similar rise (when they show the exact opposite) then why do they not believe the accuracy and honesty of the 2017 statistics?

To me this is just straight up racism and prejudice, laziness, or both.

The 2015/6 statistics showed a rise in violent crime which was attributed to young male refugees etc.

But the 2017 statistics show that that has now peaked and violent crime is falling, and crime by non-Germans is falling dramatically. In fact Germans seem to need to be more fearful of bicycle thefts and porn and drugs than a machete-wielding refugee from Somalia.


Got it?

The Reuters article refers to 2015/6, a time period before the 2017 statistics, and those 2017 statistics show that the rise in crime from refugees etc has fallen bigly.

I really do wish the likes of Jud-a$$, Bomber Trump, etc would actually take the time to read.

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