A farsa do “politicamente correcto” nas páginas da Imprensa europeia e americana

10/07/2011

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A França começou a aplicar multas às mulheres que usam o “niqab”. Sempre me questionei como é que estas mulheres usariam o comum “passe” nos transportes públicos. O britânico The Telegraph deu destaque a várias histórias de imigrantes que cometeram crimes sérios mas cuja deportação para o país de origem foi impedida, pelos tribunais da União Europeia.

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A série de exemplos descrita é exemplar. Aliás, o número de estrangeiros detidos nas cadeias europeias aumenta, todos os anos. Portugal não é excepção: em 2008, 20% dos detidos nas cadeias portuguesas eram estrangeiros, 57,7% dos quais africanos, com cidadãos de Cabo Verde no topo (31,9%). Por fim, uma notícia caricata: nos Estado Unidos, os chefes da tribo índia Cherokee querem expulsar os “afro-americanos” que, legalmente, são considerados membros daquela tribo.


Revista “Time”: 10 por cento de negros cometem 30 por cento dos crimes nos Estados Unidos (já em 1958…)

06/16/2011

“In 1,551 U.S. cities, according to the FBI tally for 1956, Negroes, making up 10% of the U.S. population, accounted for about 30% of all arrests, and 60% of the arrests for crimes involving violence or threat of bodily harm—murder, non-negligent manslaughter, rape, robbery and aggravated assault.” in Time magazine


Crime e raça: a diferença entre brancos e negros

06/16/2011

 “Crime statistics within Britain, Canada, and the United States show that people of East Asian ancestry are disproportionately under-represented while those of African ancestry are disproportionately over-represented relative to those of European ancestry. For example, in Canada, a government commission found that Blacks were five times more likely to be in jail than Whites and ten times more likely than Asians (Ontario, 1996). In Britain, the Home Office (1999) found that Blacks, who were 2% of the general population, made up 15% of the prison population. (No figures were reported for East Asians such as the Chinese, but Asians from the Indian subcontinent were 3% of the general population and 2% of the prison population.)”

 “To test whether the race differences in crime found within Britain, Canada, and the U.S. occurred more universally, Wilson and Herrnstein (1985) and Rushton (1990, 1995) collated data from INTERPOL Yearbooks (1980 to 1990) and found that Pacific Rim countries reported less violent crime (an aggregate of murder, rape, and serious assault) than did European countries and much less than did African and Caribbean countries. Summing the crimes, and averaging across years, Rushton (1990, 1995) found statistically significant differences per 100,000 population of: 44 (Pacific Rim), 74 (European), and 143 (Afro-Caribbean) total crimes, respectively. These results did not depend on the selection of countries because when only ethnically more homogeneous sets were chosen, for example, by limiting countries to those from northeast Asia, central Europe, and sub-Saharan Africa, the proportionate differences remained the same—or became even greater. Nor did the pattern alter for other sets of countries. For example, in the Caribbean data set, six mainly White/Amerindian countries averaged 72 per 100,000 whereas eight mainly Black countries averaged 449 violent crimes per 100,000 population (Rushton, 1995).”

 “Most notably, while HIV/AIDS is a serious public health problem for all racial groups, it is especially so for Africans and people of African descent (currently almost 9 out of every 100 Africans are infected with HIV/AIDS; the rate is 2.2% in the Black Caribbean; in the U.S. about 2% of African Americans are living with HIV/AIDS compared to 0.4% of European Americans and less than 0.1% of East Asian Americans (UNAIDS/WHO, 2001). Since there is little cultural contact between the various African descended populations, the explanation is most likely a genetic one.”

In Cross-National Variation in Violent Crime Rates : Race, rK Theory, and Income

J. Philippe Rushton, University of Western Ontario

Glayde Whitney, Florida State University


Ciganos pouco integrados em Portugal

12/17/2009

Casamento cigano acaba aos tiros com um jovem ferido no queixo

Duas dezenas de ciganos provocam tiros e pancadaria numa pastelaria da Buraca

Morto a tiro em rixa entre famílias ciganas

Dois ciganos foram condenados a treze anos de cadeia por terem morto a tiro uma criança de dois anos de idade

Cigana raptada para ser obrigada a casar

Ciganos assaltam loja de vestuário

Rixa entre famílias ciganas faz um morto e um ferido

Tiroteio entre ciganos em Alverca da Beira

Tio mata sobrinha em acampamento cigano

Cigano abatido a tiro durante assalto em Benfica

200 soldados da GNR cercam acampamento cigano

Ciganos pouco integrados em Portugal

Pois. E porque será?