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Dec 31 2019

London’s Online Hate Crime Hub Joins Hate Hoax List

In London, which is ruled over by Pakistani Muslim Sadiq Khan on behalf of anybody but the British, hate hoaxes aren’t squeezed out one at a time anymore. They are harvested on an industrial scale, like wheat by a giant combine. The Online Hate Crime Hub was devised for the purpose of collecting allegations of discrimination from the public, which are then pursued by Britain’s first online hate crime police unit.

Since this whole topic is a slop bucket brimming with moonbattery, it should come as no surprise that less than 1% of the cases investigated have resulted in charges being filed:

The hub was launched by Mr Khan with the Met Police in April 2017. Figures obtained by the PA news agency showed that just 17 out of 1,851 reports (0.92%) resulted in charges.

A grand total of seven cases have been prosecuted. This is unlikely to be due to a lack of zeal on the part of the PC moonbats running London.

The project has cost more than £1.7 million ($2,244,000.00).

A spokesman for Sadiq Khan reached the predictable conclusion:

“The Met has made huge progress in tackling all forms of hate crime but it’s clear more needs to be done.”

Maybe if they just spend a little more…

Meanwhile, as the police chase after imaginary microaggressions like lunatics at an asylum trying to capture fairies with butterfly nets, London streets continue to degenerate into Third World savagery.

Since its purpose is to create a false impression that politically favored minorities are oppressed by what remains of England’s English population, the Online Hate Crime Hub has earned a place on the Hate Hoax List.

On a tip from Adam.



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