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since when was crime and poverty an black thing?

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    (Original post by DdotT)
    A tad late for that, remember alot of the black people involved in crimes are British-Carribean, for violent crimes atleast. They tend to be 3rd/4th generation.
    Either way black people commiting crime do tend to be British-Black, those who were born here.
    You can stop adding to the problem. The sub-saharan population is projected to double from 770 million in 2005 to 2 billion by 2050. The UK could potentially end up like Zimbabwe.
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    (Original post by Chi019)
    You can stop adding to the problem. The sub-saharan population is projected to double from 770 million in 2005 to 2 billion by 2050. The UK could potentially end up like Zimbabwe.
    What?
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    (Original post by Chi019)
    You can stop adding to the problem. The sub-saharan population is projected to double from 770 million in 2005 to 2 billion by 2050. The UK could potentially end up like Zimbabwe.
    Why do you continue to invoke ethnicity as an explanatory variable when I have demonstrated, on multiple occasions, it is statistically insignificant as an indicator of an individual's propensity to commit crime?
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    (Original post by DdotT)
    What?
    I was responding to a comment that the horse had already bolted in respect of tightening entry criteria to the UK. My response was that there is of course reason to tighten the criteria to avoid adding to existing problems.
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    (Original post by Chi019)
    I was responding to a comment that the horse had already bolted in respect of tightening entry criteria to the UK. My response was that there is of course reason to tighten the criteria to avoid adding to existing problems.
    Yeah but your implying i support mass immigration?

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