There is no reason whatsoever to import “African youth” into this country. We have many reasons to believe that it would be far better to export our social engineers to Africa instead.
You cannot bring in people from a Third World war zone and expect a painless assimilation:
African youths causing a crime wave in Victoria are the product of eroded family units, trauma and an Australian society which does not sanction corporal punishment as a means of keeping them in line, claims a community leader.
Gangs of teenagers and young adults have been contributing to a surge in crimes, particularly in Melbourne’s east where carjackings, burglaries and theft are on the rise. But one of the defining characteristics of the young offenders is boldness and apparent indifferent to consequences…
Crime generally in Victoria is up 12.3 per cent in the past year. Violent crime has increased, as has theft.
In the Greater Dandenong region, where the Apex gang took its name from a local street, more than 14,000 crimes of property, deception and crimes against people (assault) were committed in the year to March. The previous year fewer than 11,000 such offences were recorded. The rate is higher still in Latrobe.