Air China magazine London race slur sparks anger, by the BBC.
A Chinese airline has reportedly warned passengers that “precautions” should be taken when visiting areas in London mainly populated by “Indians, Pakistanis and black people”. …
The Chinese spoke the obvious but politically incorrect truth. There is a tension between treating each individual the same, and the fact that groups are often statistically quite unequal — most stereotypes are true, statistically speaking. Here, for instance, is a truth:
The majority of violent crimes committed by males in London were indeed committed by black males — 54 per cent of street crime, 59 per cent of robberies and 67 per cent of gun crime.
The politically correct are so confused. On the one hand they deny the stereotypes on principle, and abuse others who point out the facts. On the other they treat people differently on the basis of race, gender, or whatever other nasty prejudice take their collective fancy. So they end up with some doubly-foolish positions, such as calling those who are color-blind “racist” while at the same time furiously discriminating against whites.
Back to the Chinese airline magazine:
It also advised tourists not to go out alone at night, and for females to always be accompanied when travelling.
Western cities used to be so much safer before the influx of people from low-trust societies.
This BBC article is mainly about the usual PC evasions of truth, such as:
The Labour MP for Ealing Southall, which has a high Indian population, said he had requested for the magazine to be removed from circulation immediately.
“I have invited representatives of Air China to visit my constituency of Ealing Southall to see that a very multi-cultural area is safe, and would be of great value for those visiting London to see.
“I will await their response, and if an appropriate one is not forthcoming I shall feel forced to question whether Air China is a fit company to operate in the UK.”
Bla bla pc bla.