UK: Burglary Charge Rate Falls from 4.6% to 3.9%

Everyone who was against immigration said: “You’re not going to be able to deal with all the crimes these colored people commit.”

The response of the white governments has been: “You’re right. We’re not. Deal with it, racists.”

Imagine that if someone breaks into your home and robs you, the chance that the government will find who did it is 1 in 25.

It’s not that they couldn’t solve 98% of these, in theory. There are cameras everywhere in the UK. Everyone is carrying a cellphone. The police have sophisticated forensics technology.

They don’t solve these crimes because:

  • There are too many of them
  • The police are incompetent (mostly brown people and women)
  • The government simply doesn’t care, and probably thinks it’s funny (politicians’ homes aren’t being burglarized)

They are still telling you “this is utopia – you’re living in it, and if you’re not enjoying it, there is something wrong with you.”


British police have failed to solve a solitary burglary in almost half of the neighbourhoods in England and Wales over the past three years, an analysis of policing data has found.

Despite a much-heralded and historic pledge signed by all 43 police constables in England and Wales in 2022 to have officers personally visit the scene of all home burglaries, there has been a decline in the overall solve rate and 48 per cent of all neighbourhoods have seen zero burglaries solved over the previous three years, the Daily Telegraph reports.

According to Home Office data, the charge rate for burglaries fell from 4.6 per cent in 2022 to 3.9 per cent in the year following the pledge, representing less than one in 25 burglaries resulting in charges.

At least they’re still cracking down on serious crimes

The government figures showed that the police force in Hertfordshire was the worst performing, with just 2.2 per cent of reported burglaries resulting in charges, while even the best-performing force in South Wales only managed to bring charges in 9.6 per cent of cases.

Meanwhile, the overall proportion of neighbourhoods covering between 1,000 and 3,000 people where no single burglary was solved rose over the past three years from 46 per cent in 2021 to 48 per cent last year, representing 15,371 neighbourhoods out of the 31,860 in England and Wales, the broadsheet found.

The failures of police to solve burglaries come amid a wider trend of an inability or disinclination to devote the necessary resources to confront crimes, particularly theft, with retail bosses complaining last year that thieves have been effectively given a “licence to shoplift” as police fail to enforce the law in much of the country, resulting in retailers losing nearly £1 billion to shoplifting in the year leading up to last April.

Legalizing shoplifting is one thing. We’ve all kind of gotten used to that.

They can’t even stop crime where the perp is literally on camera doing the deed

Video from the largest police raid in recent years

America hasn’t really seen the burglary thing to the same extent as the UK, because Americans still have guns in their homes (or, at least, burglars know they might have guns in their homes).

But in the wake of Black Lives Matter, all forms of crime have risen dramatically, as the idea of policing brown people has been demonized, and there is a zero percent chance anything about this is going to change under the current system.

It’s just going to keep getting worse and worse, until we enter into a Mad Max type situation, and then, I hope, fit young white men will start to organize around warlords.