We might be able to connect the dots here

The number of child sex offences reported in London has risen by over 20 per cent in the last year.

Latest figures released by the NSPCC revealed that crimes against children rose from 3,911 in 2015 to 4,794 the following year.

The Met police statistics suggest that, on average, 13 children are the victim of sex crimes each day.

The punishments for child porn are getting ever heavier.

The number of cases of child abuse are going up.

Given that we know that more porn produces fewer physical crimes perhaps we’re not doing this the right way?

15 comments on “We might be able to connect the dots here

  1. Is the NSPCC turning into an RSPCA for children? What business of there’s is it to release figures, is this what donors intend to pay for and where does the raw data come from?

  2. The NSPCC doesn’t give a rat’ arse about child abuse. Their mission is to demonise men as paedos on behalf of Marxian feminist scum. They produce vast amounts of paedo,paedo,paedo type propaganda but have nothing to say about women being the biggest child harmers. Women spend far more time In the company of kids. Likewise “domestic violence” which–if you read NSPCC crap–is purely a vice of men.

    As for the rising figures. Well if you want to fuck a mans life a paedo accusation is a prime way to do it. We should remember the Californian hags who tried to sue their divorce lawyers for malpractice because said lawyers did NOT advise the hags to file a false paedo report against their ex-husbands. And thus did not “represent” their clients best interests.

    Alright that is Kalifornia but it is exactly the attitude of those behind the NSPCC including the assortment of radical feminists and manginas on the board.

    It would be unwise to trust the NSPCC on the time of day let alone their poisonous pet hobbyhorse.

  3. Well…..

    The RSPCA people are called officers and do have uniforms. All they really need is to be given the power of arrest and the right to carry firearms.

    What do you call a country where that happens…..the word escapes me…

  4. The number of child sex offences reported in London has risen by over 20 per cent in the last year.
    Latest figures released by the NSPCC revealed that crimes against children rose from 3,911 in 2015 to 4,794 the following year.
    The Met police statistics suggest that, on average, 13 children are the victim of sex crimes each day.

    Are these two things the same?

    What’s the difference between London, and Wiltshire, Cambridgeshire, Gwent and Derbyshire?

  5. @JuliaM

    I knew Barnados had long since gone that way but obviously I must try to keep up more.

  6. DuckyMcDuckface – “What’s the difference between London, and Wiltshire, Cambridgeshire, Gwent and Derbyshire?”

    Vibrancy? Diversity? Cultural Enrichment? Syrians?

  7. As Tim says, the paedo hysteria has been going on for some years so it is quite surprising that it seems to have the opposite effect.

    Well, not actually surprising because there are no problems that the state cannot make worse. And concurrently, they will plough ahead in the same stupid manner.

  8. Special Estate-Agent X

    ” Likewise “domestic violence” which–if you read NSPCC crap–is purely a vice of men.”

    Abusive behaviour can occur in any relationship. It can continue even after the relationship has ended. Both men and women can be abused or abusers.

    From the NSPCC website.

    Have you got something to hide?

  9. Convictions for looking at old editions of ‘The Sun’?
    or more likely, the crime of having photographs of your 17 year old girlfriend.

  10. Meiac–They let you out of the lock up then Stalky?

    Oh dear –the NSPCC doesn’t say outright that they are Marxist agitators promoting hatred of men and making a good living out of doing so. That is a surprise. Of course that the Board of Directors is full of known hate-filled femmis and the odd mangina has nothing to do with it either.

    Yes Junior they pay lip service to the idea that women can be abusive. But then go look –in vain–for how much attention is paid to women perps during the NSPCC ‘s “Domestic Violence Awareness Week” capers. Look for how many times women murdering or harming their kids is mentioned in their propaganda. Such as the female who threw her baby out of a first floor window during a domestic row ( the kid sort of soft-landed in a rubbish bin and got a fractured skull but survived–a great start to life). Those are the cases the NSPCC don’t care about or bother with much.

  11. If I’ve read their 2015 accounts correctly around 70% of their income is from various levels of gouvernement. Unless proved otherwise I’m going to assume this is sock puppetry.

  12. Witchfinders finding witches is hardly the shocking revelation people seems to think it is.

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