JOIN me at 8.20pm tonight to discuss my column African youth violence the outcome of failed diversity policies. I’ll be joining Luke Grant on 2GB radio to discuss Victoria’s violent crime problem, the socialist Labor government overseeing the law and order crisis, and the major reforms proposed to restore order to the state.
Sydney-siders can also tune the dial to 873AM.
As I wrote in my Monday column for The Australian:
Labor accuses the federal Liberal government of playing politics with African crime in Victoria. But Labor has played politics with ethnicity for decades. The result is a booming industry that trades in a culture of complaint and blame-shifting. The industry is funded by the taxpaying public but breeds hostility towards Australians. Its beneficiaries enjoy access to special funding and affirmative action while claiming to be oppressed. Its leaders cry racism but can rationalise racist violence when the aggressors are black and the victims are white.
… Imagine a white mob shouting “get blacks” before terrorising a black neighbourhood. The establishment would work overtime to arrest the perpetrators and bring them to justice in Victoria’s right-on courts. Public media would be on the case, investigating white supremacy and damning racism. But in fact it was a black mob shouting “get whites” in a working-class suburb, so it’s all quiet on the PC front.
Victorian Supreme Court judge Lex Lasry seemingly made light of concerns about youth gang violence in a tweet: “Breaking: there are citizens out to dinner in Mansfield tonight and they’re not worried.”
The following night at least 10 men of African appearance reportedly invaded a home and terrorised a 59-year-old woman by punching her in the face and threatening to kill her. That’s 10 men ganging up on one woman. But she’s white and they’re black so — whateva.
The same night a black mob allegedly attacked teenagers. In one attack they set upon a boy walking along the street about 9.30pm. They took a baseball bat to the boy’s legs and assaulted him. Justice Lasry, fearlessly dining out in Mansfield, might spare a thought for the terrorised people in working-class suburbs bearing the brunt of malformed multicultural policy.
… We have endured a protracted season of denial about the relationship between particular ethnic groups and criminal activity. However, in its submission to the federal inquiry, Victoria’s Crime Statistics Agency revealed that since 2014 there has been a 28 per cent increase in unique offenders who were born in Sudan. In 2014, the Australian Bureau of Statistics illustrated that people born in Sudan had the highest imprisonment rate, followed by persons born in Samoa.
Rebecca Urban reported in The Weekend Australian that Sudanese youth offend at a rate about four times the national average. Sudanese-born people are not 1 per cent of Victoria’s population, yet youth born there are responsible for 13.9 per cent of aggravated robberies and 7.4 per cent of home invasions.