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African Gangs Rampage Melbourne, say Police

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Australian police have formally admitted that African immigrant gangs are rampaging through the city of Melbourne, causing destruction and chaos in a crime wave which is the direct result of the policy of promoting mass Third World immigration.

According to a report in the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), police have finally admitted that “Melbourne has a problem with African street gangs, after earlier insisting there were no gangs in the city.”

Police Minister Lisa Neville on Tuesday defended the Government’s handling of youth crime after the Federal Government on Monday said “African gang crime” was out of control in Melbourne because of lenient state policies.

The issue has become a priority for both major parties after a series of recent headline-grabbing crimes committed by Africans, including the trashing of an Airbnb property in Werribee, vandalism in Tarneit and a night of violence at St Kilda Beach involving dozens of rampaging Africans.

Acting Chief Commissioner Shane Patton confirmed there were African street gangs in Melbourne, contradicting earlier politically-motivated claims that there were no such gangs.

“We have for a significant period of time said that there is an issue with overrepresentation by African youth in serious and violent offending as well as public disorder issues,” Acting Commissioner Patton said.

Separately, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said people in Melbourne are “scared to go out at restaurants” at night because of African street gang violence.

“People don’t see this in NSW, in Queensland, but the reality is people are scared to go out at restaurants of a night time because they’re followed home by these gangs, home invasions, and cars are stolen,” Mr Dutton told Sydney radio 2GB.

The federal government has already cancelled the visas of 12 offenders in Victoria who are originally from Sudan, other African countries and New Zealand after state authorities referred 18 cases, he added.

The extent of the violence is evident from the State government’s response: It has

* added resources to the gangs squad and special operations group

* recruited 3,135 additional frontline police

* funded an intelligence system, bulletproof vehicles and other technology and resources.

Earlier, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the Government was concerned about “growing gang violence and lawlessness” in Melbourne, and frontbencher Greg Hunt said “African gang crime in some areas in particular is clearly out of control”.

Data from Victoria’s Crime Statistics Agency shows an overrepresentation of Sudanese-born and Kenyan-born offenders in some crime categories, proportional to their Victorian populations.

They also show a sharp rise in Sudanese-born offenders involved in armed robberies, from 20 in the 2014-15 financial year to 98 two years later.

According to Census figures, people born in Sudan make up about 0.1 per cent of Victoria’s population. The Kenyan-born population in Victoria is about the half the size of the Sudanese-born population.

Race-denying liberals have tried to claim that Africans do not commit a majority of street crime in Melbourne, pointing to overall figures which show that a majority of such crimes are committed by people “born in Australia.”

This diversionary tactic is of course just another liberal excuse, because it fails to take into account the fact that the Africans are responsible, pro rata, for far more crime than their actual numbers should represent—if crime rates among racial groups were “equal.”

However, as figures from all western nations show, nonwhites, and Africans in particular, have much higher violent crime rates than whites.

The next excuse which will be used—once incontrovertible racial conviction and imprisonment rates are released—will be that the “judicial system” is racist—in other words, it will always be the fault of white people.


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