Sudanese born people are 67 times more likely to be charged with aggravated robbery than the general Victorian population, according to new figures reported in The Australian today.
Neil Mitchell said it’s a cause for concern.
“Maybe those who can be deported should be deported and made an example.
THE REFUGEE CRISIS THEY ARE HIDING FROM YOU
A new analysis released yesterday by Victoria’s Cime Statistics Agency found Sudanese-born people are 67 times more likely to be charged with aggravated robbery and 55 times more likely to be charged with riot and affray in Victoria than those born elsewhere.
No doubt the Victorian government is going to try down-play, spin and manipulate these numbers. That’s what they do every time the stats confirm what people like me have been warning you for years.
They are going to tell you Sudanese-born criminals only make up 1.1 per cent of ALL Victorian crime, which is true. But they’ll conveniently leave out that:
1. Sudanese immigrants only make up 0.15 per cent of the population, meaning they are 7.3 times more likely to commit ANY crime than those born elsewhere.
And more importantly
2. Sudanese immigrants are 67 times more likely to be charged with serious violent crimes such as aggravated robbery.
The governments’ tactics are designed to get you to shift your focus from the fact that a small immigrant group that we continue to import are responsible for so much of our most violent crime.
These are not crimes like stealing a bike from the street or chocolate bar from the local coles. These are immigrant-gangs who are terrorising our state by intimidating, bashing and robbing innocent locals.
The truth is these new statistics don’t even fully represent the extent of our Sudanese crime problem here in Victoria. As we know, many of the convicted African-gang members were born here; their parents are the ones who immigrated to Australia, so they have not been accounted for (as Sudanese) in these latest findings. Even worse, these children of immigrants have inflated the Australian-born numbers for any crime they have committed.
Either way, what is crystal clear is that our Sudanese refugee program has flopped and we’re paying the hefty price.
Surely this means we can at least start deporting the ones not born here and stop importing such violence.
But that would make too much sense.
Meanwhile, the South African farmer I told you about a few days ago, who was shot and raped in front of her kids, has lost her bid to resettle in Australia.
Our government seems committed to bringing people in who are likely going to repay us with violence instead of bringing in hardworking, law-abiding and taxpaying people who are in just as much, if not, more need of asylum.
The only reason our government ignores the plight of South Africans is because of their skin colour. That makes me sick to my stomach. Racism against any group is not okay, including white people.
I guarantee if we asked every Australian which immigrants they’d prefer we import, common sense would prevail. In the meantime, prepare for plenty more terror on the streets of Victoria.