Albo, STFU and do something!
Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese has accused Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton of “playing politics” with serious issues, after Mr Dutton told a Sydney radio station Melburnians were scared to go to restaurants at night due to fears of street gang violence.
Nelly Yoa: We have a gang problem, let’s solve it… Melburnians are ‘sick and tired of having to live in fear.’
Peter Dutton threatens to deport African gang members
Samantha Hutchinson / The Australian
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has said Victorian residents are too frightened to leave their homes to go out for dinner, as the state grapples with an African street gang problem. Mr Dutton said the Victorian Government had been caught “flat-footed” by an outbreak of gang violence over December, and that residents have lost their sense of public safety.
THERE ARE NO GANGS – JUST “GROUPS” CONTROLLED BY “RINGLEADERS”
“To be honest with you,” South Sudanese community leader Richard Deng tells the ABC, “there are no gangs in Victoria.”
He prefers an alternative description:
“There are just a group of young kids who are going together in a group and they are terrorising people because they are going in a group.”
That would be a gang, then.
Peter Dutton doesn’t hold back.
“If people haven’t integrated, if they’re not adhering to our culture, then they’re not welcome here.”
Do you think these people belong in Australia?
Police officers were spat at and three African teenagers arrested in violent confrontations outside a Melbourne shopping centre on Wednesday afternoon, as mounting community tensions boiled over in the city’s west.
In the latest flare up involving African teens, up to 20 officers rushed to Tarneit Central after a dispute began near a mobile police van about 3pm.
Halal Slaughterhouse Goes Up In Smoke
‘WHAT THE MEDIA DON’T SAY IS: “THOMAS FOODS IS ONE OF THE LARGEST HALAL ABATTOIRS IN AUSTRALIA
Australia wasting billions of Dollars on a UN Seat, Whilst Trump is threatening to take money out if they don’t clean up their Corruption.