alleged bank-burning attempted murderer turns out to be an Islamic asylum seeker who may have been upset over a delayed welfare payment. There’s a shock.
Ignore the crime; just think of the delicious food:
A scribbler from al AGE tells us to Ignore the global jihad and the criminal aggression of the Mohammedans. Just think about the culinary enrichment: where would we be without it?
Andrew Bolt, Herald Sun
To repeat: our “refugee” program puts Australians in danger by importing people who will clearly struggle to fit in. The latest evidence: a Muslim asylum seeker from Burma blows up people at a bank in Melbourne.
ANGST about money may have led a man to set himself alight inside a Commonwealth Bank branch in southeast Melbourne, putting himself and 26 others in hospital…
The horrifying incident left several people, including toddlers and elderly customers, badly hurt.
THE man who
allegedly set himself on fire in a suburban Melbourne bank is believed to be a refugee from Myanmar, also known as Burma, living in Australia on a bridging visa.
Sources told the Herald Sun that the 21-year-old arrived on one of the 300 boats carrying more than 20,000 Illegal Maritime Arrivals (IMAs) in 2013 under the Gillard-Rudd government. The alleged attacker was transferred to Christmas Island before settling in Melbourne on a bridging visa, which allowed him to temporarily live in the community while his claim was processed…
Most people on bridging visas have been granted work rights but are not eligible for full welfare payments, or given access to public housing…
The Herald Sun understands the man involved in yesterday’s attack had been invited to apply for a TPV — giving him a guaranteed right to work, and access to social security payments and public housing — but he was yet to do so…
It is believed he is a member of the Rohingya minority, a Muslim Indo-Aryan people who live mainly in the Rakhine state of Myanmar.
No such thing. “Rohingya” is an invented word for Muslim invaders from Bengal & Bangladesh, who somehow managed to settle in Burma. (SY)
Editorial from The Bolt Report on Thursday, the day before the attack
The Age omits any reference to the suspect being a “refugee” or Muslim.
Instead, it carries an article childishly abusing the Immigration Minister for suggesting mistakes were made in importing Muslim Lebanese refugees, given that a significant minority of them or their children have turned to crime, bikie gangs and jihadism. The smart-alec author tells us the number of Lebanese Australians who have since joined the Islamic State “as not enormous” and we should remember with immigration from that part of the world that “the main effect was that Australian food got orders of magnitude more delicious”.
Those in hospital today will I’m sure be glad that on their hospital tray will be some hummous.
A second Fairfax writer also damns the Immigration Minister for suggesting it was a “mistake” for then Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser to import so many people from the Lebanese civil war despite warnings from his Immigation Department that many would struggle to fit in. Mark Kenny seems appalled by the idea that it was indeed a mistake, despite the fact that more than half the terrorists we’ve since jailed here are from Lebanese families, scores of Lebanese Australians have joined the Islamic State, Lebanese Australians appointed hate-preacher Sheik Hilali to their Lakemba mosque and made him Grand Mufti, bikie gangs have recruited heavily among Lebanese Australians, crime and welfare rates among Lebanese Australians are high and Lebanese crime families are being a lot of gun crime in western Sydney and northern Melbourne.
If bringing in this community, rather than members of some of the others asking to come in, was not a mistake, could Kenny at least explain why before sanctimoniously declaring Dutton to be a bad person?