Politicians in Australia Incite African Gangs
Politicians in Australia and Sudanese Community Leaders are directly responsible for the African Gang violence in Australia.
Australian Politicians this week voted against a simple motion that it was “OK to be White” sending a clear message to the African Gangs that White Australians are fair game.
— Pauline Hanson ?? (@PaulineHansonOz) October 16, 2018
What a disgrace, racism agasint White Australia clearly on the rise, and you don't even have the gaul stand agasint it.
Why bother window dressing Multiculturalism any more, if you will not stand for the dominant Culture all we realky engaged in is Demographic Replacement. https://t.co/YR7Ag5NzbA
— CharlemagneOfOz (@CharlemagneofOz) October 16, 2018
.@PaulineHansonOz says those who didn't support her motion saying "it's OK to be white" have sent a message that it isn't. The @OneNationAus leader declared "anti-white" racism is on the rise as she moved the unsuccessful motion in Federal Parliament today. #auspol #7News pic.twitter.com/8VqcDuzT7e
— 7 News Brisbane (@7NewsBrisbane) October 15, 2018
WHITE OR WRONG?@PaulineHansonOz speaks with @BenFordham on @SydneyLive2GB about her unsuccessful attempt to have the Australian Senate agree that anti-white racism & attacks on Western Civilisation are on the rise & it's okay to be white@2GB873 #auspolhttps://t.co/GCI7x6Enmu
— Pauline Hanson ?? (@PaulineHansonOz) October 15, 2018
Politicians and Sudanese Community Leaders continually make excuses for African Gangs, the Judiciary hold these criminals in some privileged category and no one in the system is holding these African Gang members accountable for their actions under Australian law.
The media actively hide the fact that African Gang violence is out of control.
There is a serious problem with African Gangs in Australia
Sudanese-born people in Victoria constituted less than 0.1 per cent of the population, but were responsible for “well over” 1 per cent of all crimes committed in that state, and were 57 times more likely to commit aggravated robbery than the general population.
The Sudanese “refugees” are a problem that cannot be fixed while bleeding heart liberal judges refuse to deport them and refuse to sentence them to prison. There has to be legislation that if a refugee is charged with an offense they should immediately be listed for deportation with an option to appeal.
Latest posts by S. Jack Heffernan Ph.D (see all)
- Shanghai Stocks Exchange’s Sci-Tech Innovation Board the STAR Market - July 22, 2019
- A Look at Post Trade War Asia - July 21, 2019
- Singapore Exports Suffer - July 21, 2019