2.3.07

Interracial Homicide Statistics

The statistics available in table 3.5 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2007/8, tell us that, in the three year period 2005/06 to 2007/08, Blacks were suspected of murdering 74 Whites in England and Wales, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 22 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, was suspected of murdering the White at a rate in the area of 74/22 = 3.36 times more often during the period specified.

However, the Office for National Statistics tells us that, in 2009, only 2.81 percent of the population of the UK was Black, whilst 88.7 percent was White (83.35 white British).

Thus we may infer that the Black 2.81 percent of the population was responsible for the deaths of around 74 Whites and the White 88.7 percent of the population was responsible for the deaths of about 22 Blacks in England and Wales during the specified period.

At this time, therefore, the individual black person can be seen to have been around 88.7/2.81 x 74/22 = 106 more likely to kill an individual white person than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and the same extrapolation against the ONS data, as Asians were suspected of killing 34 Whites and Whites were suspected of killing 28 Asians, and the Asian population comprised 5.97 percent of the UK population, an individual Asian could be seen to be 88.7/5.97 x 34/28 = 18 times more likely to kill an individual White person than the reverse.

The data that follows utilises the population data from the 2001 census so some of the later extrapolations will be a little exaggerated. If you perform your own calculations using the 2009 ONS data as a comparison, a somewhat more accurate picture may emerge.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System: 2007/8


The statistics available in table 3.5 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2006/7, tell us that, in the three year period 2004/05 to 2006/07, Blacks were suspected of murdering 94 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 37 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 94/37 = 2.54 times more often during the period specified.

As Asians killed 45 Whites and Whites killed 30 Asians at this time, Asians killed Whites 1.5 times more often.

However, the 2001 Census tells us that 91.3 per cent of the population of England and Wales was white, 4.4 per cent were Asian and 2.2 per cent were black. 0.4 described themselves as mixed-race white/Asian and 0.5 per cent said they were mixed-race white/Caribbean.

Therefore, in 2001, the ratio of black people to white in the UK was 91.3/2.2 or 1-in-41.5 and the ratio of Black and Black mixed-race to white was 91.3/2.7 or 1-in-33.81.

Similarly, the ratio of Asian to White was 91.3/4.4 or 1-in-20.75 and the ration of Asian + Asian mixed-race was 91.3/4.8 or 1-in-19.02.

Therefore, extrapolating the 2001 census figures against the Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2006/7, we find that an individual black person was 41.5 x 2.54 or 105.4 times more likely to kill and individual white person than the other way around. If we include the mixed race Caribbeans into the 'black' statitistic, black people were 33.81 x 2.54 or 85.88 times more likely.

Similarly, using the same extrapolation, the individual Asian would have been 20.75 x 1.5 or 31.13 times more likely to kill an individual white person than the other way around. If we include the mixed-race Asian into the 'Asian' stat, we find that the Asian was 19.02 x 1.5 or 28.5 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black/mixed-race black person was between 86 and 105 times more likely, and an individual Asian/mixed-race Asian person was between 28 and 31 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2006 - 2007 may be accessed here.

From this point on, the mixed-race category will not be included in the extrapolations. Therefore the various kill ratios may be a tad less startlingly anti-White than the bare figures suggest. However, as the Census figures have already been provided, you can sort out the missing stats for yourself if required.

The statistics available in table 3.5 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2006, tell us that, in the three year period 2003/04 to 2005/06, Blacks were suspected of murdering 125 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 39 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 125/39 = 3.2 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 125/39 = 133.5 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 57 Whites and Whites killed 36 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 57/36 = 36.2 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 133 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 36 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 2006 may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 3.5 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 2005, tell us that, in the three year period 2002 - 2005, Blacks were suspected of murdering 103 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 37 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 103/37 = 2.783 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 103/37 = 115.9 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 33/32 = 23.5 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 115 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 23 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2005, may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 3.6 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2004, tell us that, in the three year period 2001/02 to 2003/04, Blacks were suspected of murdering 87 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 39 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 87/39 = 2.23 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 87/39 = 92.9 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 37 Whites and Whites killed 36 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 57/36 = 23.5 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 91 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 23 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 2004 may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 3.6 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2003, tell us that, in the three year period 2000/01 to 2002/03, Blacks were suspected of murdering 71 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 34 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 71/34 = 2.09 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 71/34 = 87 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 33 Whites and Whites killed 22 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 33/22 = 34.3 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 87 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 34 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 2003 may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 4.2 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2002, tell us that, in the three year period 1999/00 to 2001/02, Blacks were suspected of murdering 74 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 32 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 74/32 = 2.3 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 87/39 = 96.3 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 34 Whites and Whites killed 22 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 34/22 = 35.3 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 96 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 35 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 2002 may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 4.2 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 2000, tell us that, in the three year period 1997/98 to 1999/2000, Blacks were suspected of murdering 56 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 35 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 56/35 = 1.6 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 56/35 = 66.64 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 26 Whites and Whites killed 23 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 26/23 = 25.8 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 66 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 25 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 2000 may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 4.2 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 1999, tell us that, in the three year period 1996/97 to 1998/1999, Blacks were suspected of murdering 53 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 31 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 53/31 = 1.71 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 53/31 = 71.21 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 31 Whites and Whites killed 24 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 31/24 = 29.5 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 71 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 29 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 1999 may be accessed here.


The statistics available in table 5.1 of the Home Office document, Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System 1998, tell us that, in the two year period 1996/97 to 1997/1998, Blacks were suspected of murdering 31 Whites, whilst Whites were suspected of murdering 15 Blacks.

The Black, therefore, murdered the White at a rate in the area of 31/15 = 2.07 times more often during the period specified.

However, using the 2001 census stats once again, we find an individual Black person was somewhere in the region of 41.65 x 31/15 = 86.1 times more likely to murder an individual White person in England and Wales than the reverse.

Using the same homicide figures and extrapolation against the 2001 Census, as Asians killed 21 Whites and Whites killed 19 Asians, an individual Asian was 91.4/4 x 21/19 = 25.3 times more likely.

I’ll say that again:

In England and Wales during the period specified, an individual black person was 86 times more likely, and an individual Asian was 25 times more likely, to murder an individual white person than the other way around.

Statistics on Race and the Criminal Justice System – 1998 may be accessed here.


It is war, ladies and gentlemen.

THEY are at war with us. They reduce us now, not with bullets and bombs, but with propaganda, spin, globalist law, financial chicanery and mass immigration.

Ask yourselves this:

How come you had so little idea of the way things really are before you saw the bleak statistics on show here? How come you thought Stephen Lawrence was the be-all and end-all of the interracial murder story?

Most of us know what we’re allowed to know. Most of us, I’m afraid, think more or less what THEY want us to think. We believe what THEIR propaganda intends us to believe.

Now that you’ve had a glimpse of what was really happening whilst THEIR TV programmes, THEIR movies and THEIR newspapers and magazines were telling us, over and over again, how much better everyone else on the planet is than we are, tell me, are you really prepared to carry on trusting those who gave their immigrant foot-soldiers the go-ahead to forge the statistics cited above?

Are you really, even now, prepared to place your faith in those who are, self-evidently, at war with you?

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