Refugees from South Sudan and other undesirables….

OUTLAWS vs LOST BOYS, EGYPT, 2007

Down Cairo way, around a decade ago, Reuters had no problem at all identifying a serious problem with Sudanese gangs.

They were active, deadly, and – in the case of one young gang member – considering a move to Australia:

Marc wears a New York Yankees cap, loves rap music and has “Los Angeles” scrawled in black ink across his forearm, but he will probably never see the United States.

The 21-year-old is one of an estimated 1 million Sudanese refugees living in Cairo. Poor, jobless and subject to racist abuse, he has few aspirations other than to leave Egypt.

“I will go anywhere. Maybe Australia,” he said, standing on a rooftop in the Cairo slum where he lives with other refugees, mostly from south Sudan.

South Sudan, you say?

Marc, who was reluctant to give his full name, is a member of the Outlaws, one of Cairo’s biggest Sudanese street gangs, a new and violent phenomenon that has emerged in the past two years within Cairo’s impoverished Sudanese refugee community.

A month ago, Marc watched a close friend, Maliah, die in the street outside a World Refugee Day celebration after the rival Lost Boys gang hacked at his skull with machetes.

Community leaders and experts say about five Sudanese have died gang-related deaths in the past year but there is no official record.

The report claimed that many young Sudanese dealt with their situation …

… by joining gangs, said Akram Abdo, a gang researcher at the Forced Migration and Refugee Studies department at the American University in Cairo.

With gang membership now estimated in the hundreds, many young Sudanese living in gang-dominated neighborhoods feel forced to choose between one gang or the other.

“The way it is, you need to choose a gang to be in. If you don‘t, they might see you in the street and attack you,” said Marc …

The gangs, whose members are typically in their late teens and early 20s, base their membership not on tribe or religion, but on the Cairo neighborhoods that they claim to defend, Abdo said.

Community leaders say fellow Sudanese are often the victims of muggings and robberies, which pay for the gangs’ lifestyle of expensive clothes and parties.

In Australia, gangs are known as groups.

4 thoughts on “Refugees from South Sudan and other undesirables….”

  1. Refugees from South Sudan and other undesirables …” [sic]

    (other undesirables include) the islamophile cultural marxist mind controlled PC’d dolts who import support and retain the islam invaders and criminal African tribal diversifiers …
    (aka “our” authorities
    (aka “our”politicians “their” bureaucrats “those” (w)academics and the suicidal self hating PC’d treasonous seditious subversive dolts))

  2. Police chief must stop making excuses
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    Kevin Donnelly, Herald Sun January 12, 2018 11:27am
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    THE Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Graham Ashton perfectly illustrates how political correctness now rules and how public policy is decided by virtue signalling and making excuses for so-called disadvantaged victim groups.
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    In one of his first interviews since returning from leave, Ashton, instead of admitting the reality of Melbourne’s North African gang crisis, evaded the issue with a series of generalities and lame excuses.
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    The Police Commissioner happily asserts it’s not about gang violence but instead it’s “public disorder, public behaviour by groups of young people”.
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    Ignored is the fact that the so-called majority of offending “young people” are clearly of North African and Sudanese background who instead of assimilating and recognising how privileged they are to live in Australia, consistently break the law and terrorise members of the public.
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    Contrary to what the majority of Melburnians recognise, Ashton also argues “it’s not a crisis, I would not describe it as a crisis”. Tell that to those terrorised when a teenage gang attacked Federation Square, when there are home invasions in Melbourne’s northern and western suburbs and mainly Sudanese gangs roam the streets threatening lives and destroying property.
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    Even worse, Ashton argues that fears about being attacked are “complete and utter garbage” and that Victoria is a safe place to live.
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    In the politically correct, alternative universe inhabited by the Police Commissioner, the supposed reasons why we are suffering gang violence are also bizarre. The upsurge in violence is because it’s “school holidays and kids are out of school” and because “kids are coming in from interstate and staying for the holidays”. If true, Melburnians must be resting easier in their homes as come the end of January, schools will return and all will be well.
    What Ashton and the Andrews Government must recognise is that nothing will improve until the police and those in control admit there is an epidemic of gang violence and it is ethnically based.
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    That’s the reason Kevin Andrews, when minister for immigration, cut back on immigration from northern Africa. While the member for Menzies was attacked at the time for daring to tell the truth, recent events prove how prescient Andrews was and how those who condemned him have been proven to be so wrong.
    Politicians and bureaucrats also must recognise multiculturalism is a failed experiment. As historian Geoffrey Blainey warned years ago, celebrating diversity and difference, where all cultures are equally valued, only leads to a nation of tribes and ethnic ghettos.
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    There is no excuse for importing values and beliefs that are foreign to our way of life and that lead only to alienation and violence. All those who settle and are raised in Australia must accept the law of the land.
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    As argued by the ALP’s Chris Bowen when minister for immigration, those who have come from overseas and their families must respect “traditional Australian values”. Such values include respecting lives and property, being held accountable for one’s actions and respecting authorities like the police.
    Making excuses that the perpetrators should not be held responsible because they are “disadvantaged” and “marginalised” because of their ethnicity is also wrong. Proven by the success of the overwhelming majority of immigrants who are leading prosperous, rewarding and peaceful lives, Australia is a tolerant and open society where all are accepted.
    African youths walking around Dandenong. Picture: Ian Currie
    Playing the victimhood card also means that those committing the crimes don’t have to be held responsible as, supposedly, it’s not their fault. All we have to do to solve the problem is to provide counselling, help raise their self-esteem and admit that mainstream society is at fault and all will be well. Ignored is the reality that no amount of excuses can change the fact that individuals must be held responsible for their actions and there must be consequences — we all have free will and the ability to choose between right and wrong.
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    I grew up in Broadmeadows during the ’60s and it’s true that there were gangs like the Sharpies — but we never had the senseless and destructive violence now being caused by today’s gangs.
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    We also had governments and authorities like the Police Commissioner acknowledging that their first and primary responsibility is to protect the lives and property of citizens instead of making excuses for those committing the crimes.
    Dr Kevin Donnelly is a Senior Research Fellow at the Australian Catholic University
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    1/ Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton and African community leaders at a press conference addressing African gang crime across Melbourne. Picture: Alex Coppel
    2/ Vandalism at the Ecoville Community Park in Tarneit. Picture: AAP
    3/ African youths loiter outside The Ecoville Community Park in Tarneit.

  3. Re: “As historian Geoffrey Blainey warned years ago, celebrating diversity and difference, where all cultures are equally valued, only leads to a nation of tribes and ethnic ghettos.”

    Virtue-signalling cowards conflate “culture” (mere social education levels, which of course differ because of past traditions, where all primitive tribal “cultures” were created in might-makes-right and us-vs-them environments) with some sort of inherent “racial right” – as if it’s just the poor mentally inferior swarthy people’s right to give in to their violent animal instincts whenever they are confused and “oppressed” by the mentally superior whites!

    And, Re: “THE Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police Graham Ashton perfectly illustrates how political correctness now rules and how public policy is decided by virtue signalling and making excuses for so-called disadvantaged victim groups. In one of his first interviews since returning from leave, Ashton, instead of admitting the reality of Melbourne’s North African gang crisis, evaded the issue with a series of generalities and lame excuses.”

    Sheik, hadn’t you heard?!

    Being angry at (“hateful” towards) criminals is now the most vile sin, while pitying (“tolerating”) them all as “fellow victims,” is to be deemed the highest moral virtue, these days!

    So much so, that the only advice we hear from “our” hypocrite governments, their pet media, and the corporazi globalist banksters who own them all, seems to invariably be:

    “Anyone who doesn’t automatically pity all criminals as fellow victims should be hated!”

    Which is why hurting the feelings of criminals by accusing them of their crimes, is now a “hateful” crime itself!

    😉

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