With the violent and tragic death this weekend of 16 year old Ben Kinsella, the brother of Eastenders actress Brooke Kinsella, and, like earlier victim Robert Knox, a a budding actor himself, the toll of teen aged victims in London has reached 17 in the first six months of this year. Already 2008 looks set to exceed the record bloodshed of 2007, and once again, not one of those young lives was taken by anyone from the indigenous white population.
I have made this point before, but it needs to be be repeated until the truth eventually hits home. Those of non white, first, second and third generation immigrant origin account for around 10% of the population but they commit most of the street crime and almost 100% of all the street murders.
If or when a white kid does retaliate and stab someone, do not accept it when the media try to tell you that it proves white Britons are just as bad, because, given the population levels, white British kids would have had to murder between three and four hundred of their fellow teenagers to achieve even parity.
That is a conservative figure, given that like Martin Dinnegan last year Ben was allegedly the victims of multiple assailants. Indeed, that is not the only apparent similarity between the two murders, the fact that, like Martin, Ben is said to have begged for help in his final moments is painful to even contemplate.
It has reached the point where even the BBC have been forced to use the word “black” in a crime report, albeit in this morning's reports they were still attempting to get away with blaming Ben Kinsella's death on “youths”. Certainly up until now they together with most of the media have engaged in levels of distortion which would have made a 1960's Pravda, or indeed a current day Zimbabwe Herald proud.
However, the media's concession to the truth only went so far, and I would like to know why both the BBC and Sky chose to use a bleary eyed picture of Ben Kinsella, swigging from a beer bottle in their earlier reports, when so many other pictures were available. Ben was a 16 year old, an age when it is legal to drink beer, wine or cider in Britain. If the reporters from the BBC do not have similar pictures of themselves at 16, they were either never invited to parties due to body oder, or they were at a young socialist meeting.
The media leopard does not easily change its spots, and the use of that picture smacked a little too much of an attempt to blame the victim for what was done to him.
However, surely even they can no longer ignore the facts. How long will it be before someone in the media breaks ranks and tells the whole truth, how many more innocent victims must die before they admit what they and our leaders have done to our country, and our children's future?