View Full Version : Crime in Toronto: Is There A Pattern Here?‏?



Flight-FGB
10-09-2009, 02:01 AM
Several years ago, Jared Taylor of American Renaissance published a study based on FBI statistics called The Colour of Crime. It found that Negroes in the U.S. commit an overwhelmingly disproportionate number of violent crimes.

Here's the most recent "Most Wanted" criminals from a notice circulated on the Toronto Police website. What a stunning indictment of our failed immigration policies.

According to the most recent (2006) census date, "visible minorities accounted for 42.9% or 2,174,100 of the population in Toronto (Census Metropolitan Area) The largest visible minority groups in Toronto were South Asian (684,100), Chinese (486,300), Black (352,200), and Filipino (172,000)." In percentage terms, that 57.1% White; 6.9% Black and 9.6% Chinese."

Yet, of the 26 persons "wanted for murder by the Toronto Police Service, at least 20 or 77 per cent were visible minorities, most of them Black. Of the 26, 20 were visible minorities, just two were White, two are unidentifiable, and two are "young offenders," so the police tell us nothing. Put another way, Whites constitute 57.1% of the population of Toronto and, yet, just two persons, a mere 7.6% of the total cast of villains wanted for murder are White.

MOST WANTED TORONTO:http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/homicide/mostwanted.php

cliffstir
10-09-2009, 09:45 AM
I can't help but think that our 'Multiculturalism' is at least partly to blame (as well as political correctness, useless politicians, and our collective unwillingness to look facts in the face).

Since there seems to be no incentive for new Canadians to embrace our country's culture and values, there will always be those who think that what worked back home will work here as well. Add to that fact that a very large percentage of immigrants cluster in their own suburbias, effectively sealing themselves off from the general population, it's no wonder that they generally refuse to work with authorities to deter crime.
How often do we hear that although there were many witnesses, no one saw anything?

As long as we have different cultural communities living segregated from the general population, there will be the opportunity for individuals with the 'might makes right' attitude that can gain controls through fear, violence, and intimidation.

People new to this great country need to be immersed in the general population so that their strengths and values add to the whole. Currently we have isolated groups that quite often don't understand the freedoms that this country embraces.

What is accepted as normal back home, is automatically assumed to be accepted here, and unfortunately a lot of newcomers come from places where war lords and corruption and violence is rife and, all to often regarded as the norm. So it's no wonder that they still feel afraid to work within their communities to improve their conditions.

Tear down the walls, and let's get people working together, that is the only path to true equality.

roamingchris
28-10-2009, 03:33 PM
Correlation is not Causality.

benii
29-10-2009, 01:21 AM
The poorer people tend to get caught more easily.

Shinto-Canadian Bloke
07-02-2010, 10:25 PM
american rennaisance is a white supremacist organization and classified as a terrorist group