To answer this, Klevius suggests checking if most of the rise in knife crimes after 2015 is islam induced (IS) and constitutes of Jewish and non-muslim victims.
Policy "experts" (read cherry picked PC people) and criminologists* put the increase down to a combination of complex factors, and say longer-term public health-style approaches may be key to reducing serious violence.
Simon Harding, associate professor in criminology at the University of West London, says the rise is partly because of cuts to youth services and police community support officers (PCSOs).
* When Klevius wrote his groundbreaking thesis in criminology it was treated as something the cat had brought in and professor Jerzy Sarnecki's (frequently invited by public service broadcaster Swedish Radio to mislead the listeners with crime stats "explanations") only comment was that "at least we get 7,500 (Sw. Kr.) for it from the state". A thesis that was vehemently opposed from scratch, and when Klevius presented his research with perfect citations from the state's own propositions etc. professor Henrik Tham didn't believe that what Klevius had described had any practical weight in social work. And when Klevius then made a smart survey of all 18 social districts in Stockholm (by targeting the appropriate social workers by pretending to report child abuse/neglect - and then presented himself as a researcher) and 17 of them all reported that they were well aware of what Klevius was talking about and used it almost daily, then the criminology department at Stockholm University just got silent and Klevius felt treated like an outcast. Btw, the one district that didn't know, happened to be represented by a man (the others were all women) who was just temporarily in the position.
The idea to the thesis was partly based on professor in sociology Sven Hessle's report from Japan which showed that Swedish decisions on taking children into state care were mainly based on subjective (psychological) reason whereas in Japan they were based on objective ones. The cases Klevius studied in his own work as a solicitor were all based on "folk-psycholgy" clad in 'legitimation' labelled reports although the outdated psychodynamic concept had already been abandoned by theorists when it became a criterion for compulsory state custody of children. And this massive tool was hidden in a few lines in a many hundred pages proposition. Moreover, in the act itself it became hidden as the cryptic "something else in the family", i.e. apart from child abuse, child neglect etc.. Moreover, all of Klevius custody cases have lacked any indication of abuse or neglect by the parent/parents (usually a single mother). And when Klevius tried some of them in the European Court of Human Rights, he was told they fell outside 'the margin of appreciation'.
Who and why were these teenagers murdered? Hate crime?
The Police have no idea about the motive. Jodie Chesney and Yousef Ghaleb didn’t know each other, but they had a lot of common. The 17-year-olds both attended high school in big cities—London and Manchester, respectively. Friends and teachers described them as hardworking and ambitious students. And they both died last week from violent stabbings in public places, 24 hours apart.
In a statement, Scotland Yard said: “Jodie’s group were aware of two males in the park who left at around 9pm without interacting with Jodie or her friends.
The duo left but returned at 9.30pm wearing balaclavas and one of them, described by the Metropolitan Police as a young black male, stabbed Jodie once in the back, all without saying a word.
Police said the killer and an accomplice were spotted watching the five friends, who were socializing on Friday evening in a playground in Harold Hill.
Detective Chief Superintendent Shabnam Chaudhri, who is leading the police response to the murder in the local community, said on Monday afternoon: 'We still don't have any idea (why Jodie was attacked).'
She said investigators were 'focusing totally' on a witness appeal to try and track down the suspects. Police have asked anyone who may have CCTV or dash cam footage between 7pm and 11pm on March 1.
Ms Chaudhri refused to speculate on whether the attack could have been some form of gang initiation.
Klevius wonders whether "sensitivities" may hamper Shabnam Chaudhri's investigation and information about the case?