A campaign by Britain First to highlight Sadiq Khan's colossal waste of taxpayers' money on the virtue-signalling vanity project that is the 'Hate Crime Hub' has unsurprisingly resulted in a pathetically defensive response by the Mayor's Office. The original campaign can be found here:

This incredibly successful Britain First campaign has resulted in a deluge of over 2000 complaints to the Mayor's London office. Evidently stung by the complaints, the Mayor's office put out the following response: (A helpful translation is provided in Bold Italic)

'Thank you for your email to the Mayor and the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) regarding the Hate Crime Hub.'

Translation: We wish that you plebs would stop bothering us.

'The Mayor is clear that Hate Crime has no place in our great city, which is why it is a priority area of work in both his manifesto and his Police and Crime Plan.'

Translation: Never mind the blood and gore on our streets as kids stab each other to death, just make sure you don't offend the Muslims.

'London is one of the world’s most diverse cities, and that diversity brings us enormous experience, strength and opportunity. However there are those would divide communities and abuse others simply for being perceived as different, and that cannot be tolerated in a 21st Century civilised society.'

Translation: We really mean it. Don't you dare offend the Muslims.

'During the extensive London-wide consultation for the Mayor’s Police and Crime Plan, over 80% of Londoners agreed that Hate crime should be a priority for the Mayor, which is why a significant amount of investment and time has been spent during this administration to find new and innovative ways of tackling this harm which causes significant damage to both individuals and whole communities.'

Translation: By 80% of Londoners, we mean Tell Mama and their friends in the Establishment.

'Communities and stakeholders have repeatedly raised concerns that hate crime online is growing significantly and must be tackled as effectively as offline hate crime. As a result, the Mayor brought together specialist officers, senior executives from social media companies, expert frontline charities, academics and other criminal justice agencies to form the first Online Hate Crime Hub and explore ways of improving our understanding of this kind of crime; ensuring victims have increased confidence to report and can get better access to support; working in partnership with social media companies to get harmful content removed; and improving the policing response to these crimes.'

Translation: We scoured the streets of London for every mendacious, grievance-mongering taqiyya-artist we could find.

'Since the hub launched in April 2017 they have dealt with more than 1600 cases and have seen reporting figures for online hate crime increase significantly every quarter in that time.'

Translation: We pissed the money away and only got six prosecutions.

'The purpose of this project was never simply increase criminal prosecutions, as this is only one measurement of progress and success in a complex project and area of crime. Since it became operational the project has professionalised the police response to online hate ensuring victims have access to appropriate support according to their legal entitlements; built skills and capacity in the voluntary sector to better support victims, who have in turn established consistent communication social media providers to have illegal content quickly removed.'

Translation: You just try saying 'Britain First' online and see how quickly your Facebook account gets deleted, you racist.

'As a result of the learning and innovation from this project, this practice has now been mainstreamed to form a central hub providing expertise and support to hate crime cases, officer training and operational policy development across London. Though this team is small comprising only 5 officers, their expertise and experience is enhancing how both the MPS and partners are recognising and responding to hate crime, and supporting its victims across the Capital.'

Translation: OK, we admit it. We have absolutely no idea what we're doing.

'The Mayor is absolutely committed to tackling violent crime in London, and has invested £7.8 million to ensure a comprehensive, multi-agency approach through the introduction of the partnership Violence Reduction Unit; which will work alongside the Violent Crime Taskforce comprising 272 specially trained officers within the MPS.'

Translation: When you don't know what you're doing, spending bucket-loads of taxpayers' money is a useful way to divert others' attention.

'The new unit also complements the Mayor’s £45 million Young Londoners Fund, which offers young people positive alternatives to crime and helps those caught up in gangs to get into employment and training.'

Translation: The more people you stab, the better your chances will be of getting a cushy job.

'Yours sincerely,

Tony Hawker | MOPAC Enquiries | Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime'

Translation: Please don't hurt me, the Mayor told me that if I didn't write this he would kill my pet rabbit.

We at Britain First will be putting out more campaigns like this one as we uncover more evidence of inappropriate political correctness, virtue-signalling and the squandering of taxpayers' money by those in authority who are charged with looking after our best interests but who manifestly fail to do so.

Please support us by signing the various petitions and complaints, and by spreading the word on social media, so that we can let those miserable good-for-nothing weasels know that their misconduct in public office will not go unchallenged. 

Tim Burton - Campaigns Officer, Britain First


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