Knife Crime and the power of the internet
As a concerned Londoner with a young family, its been running through my mind on how we can use the power of the internet to stop or reduce knife related crimes in this part of the world
Potentially, resources who can make a difference to our future are being killed off by people who have no value of the human life.
Every change that has changed the world was influenced and initiated by some human being. Even my holy bible tells me of series of human resources who shaped futures, claimed promises, died for their beliefs and helped others be liberated.
We live in a world where the world is connected through the internet. Can the power of the right content help potentially distracted killers see the value of the future?
The movie below is an example of how we are all connected as human beings and why killing someone can kill off part of your future.
Is called the hand of time and I was privileged to be a part of it.
Find below statistics of stabbings in the UK copied from the sun news
How many stabbings took place in London and other regions in the UK over the last year?
In London, the problem was even more pronounced than the rest of the country, with 12,980 knife crimes taking place in the capital – 2,452 more than the equivalent year.
Four teenagers were stabbed to death in London on New Year’s Eve alone, and 22 were killed in March – meaning the capital now has a higher murder rate than New York
The popular US city had a mere 21 killings in comparison.
Commander Neil Jerome of the Met’s territorial policing command condemned the crimes, saying the four families had lost a loved one to “senseless violence and the callous use of knives as lethal weapons”.
A shocking night of violence took place on February 20, 2018, with six people reportedly stabbed in North London.
Russell Jones, 23, became the eighth person to die in a week after being ambushed outside shops near Ponders End station in Enfield on Saturday, March 17.
On 29 March a 23-year-old man died in hospital from stab wounds after being attacked and left for dead in Greenwich, South East London.
On April 4 a man in his 20s was stabbed to death in Hackney, East London. He was the 13th person to die in London in just 22 days.
While there are currently no fatalities from today (Thursday, April 5), there have been a total of six knife attacks across Walthamstow, Mile End and East India Docks.
On Saturday, April 7, a woman was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after stabbing a man outside Highbury and Islington station.
On April 11, a man was hospitalised after being stabbed at DLR station at Stratford station, east London.
Are stabbings on the rise in the UK?
Knife crime across the country has risen by a staggering 21 per cent in the 12 months to September 2017, according to quarterly figures released by the Office of National Statistics.
Stabbings in London are at their highest level in six years, with a 23 percent rise from the previous year.
Overall, crime had continued to fall in England and Wales, consistent with the general trend since the mid-1990s.
Providers like facebook, google, and the other big firms can help prepare a direction for this children and take them away from the distraction of knives
All lives matter
We have a right to life and so does your neighbors’ friend and even enemy.
Killing someone doesn’t make you better, it hardens you to evil
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