Bear in mind that this is a threat that’s been almost entirely imported over the past 30 years, yet restrictions on further such imports are considered too rude for serious debate:
Just months after ASIO director-general David Irvine revealed that his agency was investigating hundreds of terrorism leads, Mr Dein said the number of live investigations hinted at the scale of the counter-terrorism challenge that still confronted authorities more than 10 years after the September 11 attacks on the US, and the destructive potential of violent extremists.
All’s well, kafir. Go back to sleep:
But he emphasised that none of his command’s 12 investigations was at the stage where it represented an imminent threat to the community. Are any of these threats from Buddhists or Presbyterians?
The Australian/thanks to Mullah
Neighbourly tosh from Sally: “Its complex”
[Criminologists say that, like previous ethnic crime spikes, this one reflects a systemic lack of social, economic and logistical support for vulnerable new arrivals.
“If we’re going to take migrants from diverse backgrounds we have a moral obligation to support them as much as possible,” says Paul Wilson, head of criminology at Bond University.]
* What about the “vulnerable” victims of rape, bashing & the like?
* Since when did we have a “moral obligation” to take migrants, let alone to support them?
[Superintendent Mark Wright, the local area commander, says there is no crime problem among the local Sudanese. Reports of gangs forming turned out to be simply groups of young men hanging out in public, conspicuous because they are tall, black, physically imposing and often loud.] Â Â Migrant groups going gang busters/Sally Neighbour
Ethnic Crime, Australia
Please note that in this article the geographical term “Middle Eastern” is now wrongly being associated with “ethnicity”.
While individual Assyrians, Jews, Indigenous Egyptians or Syriac peopleÂ mayÂ indeed be involved in criminal activities, they are not the problem here (all these ethnic groups can fit the label – ME appearance).
None of the police or experts interviewed by The Australian supported the assertion that multiculturalism leads to crime, but most argued ethnically based criminal activity was a reality that must be acknowledged.
“Complete denial of ethnicity in organised crime is very stupid,” said Paul Wilson, head of criminology at Bond University. “There is a lot of evidence . . . that some gangs are ethnically based, and while it may be politically correct to say they’re not, I think the facts fly in the face of that assertion.” He said crime was often fuelled by socio-economic disadvantage in new ethnic communities, which lessened over time.
When we however invite a religion, which calls for total destruction of the Kuffar and keeps the followers convinced that the people they rob and rape are inferior beings we ensure that the perpetrators do not even feel a morsel of guilt when they get involved in, what we call criminal activities.
Just like Muhammad who became allÂ powerful by robbing Meccan caravans.
He cites as an example Vietnamese gang crime, which flourished in the 1990s but has largely disappeared.
Detective Superintendent Wallace said she hoped Middle Eastern crime would go the same way..”(source)
No it won’t.
To win a war you must clearly identify your enemy and this enemy is not “terror” or “people of Middle Eastern Appearance” but Islam.
- BA software expert aimed to blow up jetThe Australian,Â 9 days ago
- BA worker guilty of plane terror plotThe Daily Telegraph,Â 9 days ago
- US man gets jail for South Park threatsThe Australian,Â 24 Feb 2011
- UK ‘home-grown’ terror threat rising – WikiLeaksNEWS.com.au,Â 4 Feb 2011
- Cleric ‘on same list as bin Laden’Herald Sun,Â 21 Dec 2010