Up to 12,000 black people in Britain's inner cities will be shot under a new initiative to tackle growing gun crime in the UK. People from ethnic minorities will be shot to ensure Britain wins the fight against violent crime, according to the country's top black bobby.
Keith Jarrett, president of the National Black Police Association, is to call for an INCREASE in the shooting strategy in black communities to combat gun crime.
The selective cull, which will take place in "blackspots" around the country identified by focus groups, will form part of a three-minute study confirming the link between gun CRIME and BLACK PEOPLE.
In a speech at the NBPA's annual conference this week, Mr Jarrett will ask Police Minister Tony McNulty and top bobby Sir Ian Blair, to cull a significant number of black people to reduce the shootings that have claimed so many lives.
He will say the idea of eradicating the species "would not be countenanced" but added that the problem was growing.
"We need to tackle the problem now before it becomes unmanageable."
Snares will not be used. Instead they will be caught alive and then shot before a post mortem examination is carried out.
Mr Jarrett: "From the return that I am getting from a lot of black people, they want to stop these crimes, and if it means their sons and daughters are going to be inconvenienced by being shot by the police, so be it."
But the government has assured human rights groups that it has no intention of eradicating the UK's black population.
Ms Winsome Gander-Browning of human rights group Start By Asking Sensible Questions: "First they came for the badgers, then they came for the gypsies, then they came for little me."
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