The crime wave in the state of Victoria by people of African descent has been astonishing, with the latest victim a young woman who was stopped while cycling and carved up by three Africans (one which was a female). I have repeatedly asked in previous blog postings (April 26, 2011) & (January 28, 2014) about the crime-plagued Sudanese : who let them in? And now we know.
Here is Amanda Vanstone, Immigration Minister in the Howard Government, in January 2007 attacking activists demanding she do more for boat people: At a time when another major refugee crisis is unfolding in Sudan we should be trying to take a broader perspective.The latest refugee crisis in Sudan is not the first. .
Comparatively little is known of this crisis in Australia. This should be a matter of shame to some refugee advocates within Australia...Australia has provided permanent resettlement to more than 10,000 people from southern Sudan in the past three years.
Vanstone was Immigration Minister for all that time, having taken over from Phillip Ruddock in 2003:
In 1984, when Labor held government under Bob Hawke, the intake of Sudanese refugees for resettlement was zero. During the ensuing decade just 34 Sudanese refugees were resettled in Australia. The intake jumped to 354 in 1994-95, heralding a rapidly increasing flow of Sudanese every year, rising to 6147 in 2003-2004.
Experts such as Paris Aristotle from the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture say the influx was prompted in part by requests from the UNHCR for Australia to give priority to Africa in refugee resettlement quotas because of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda and the long-running civil war in Sudan..In Australia, Sudanese-born humanitarian entrants have topped the offshore grants list every year since 2003.
But in 2007 a new Immigration Minister realized a disaster was in the making.
Kevin Andrews, who assumed the role of Immigration Minister on January 30 that year, has turned that sentiment on its head. Within a week of starting in the role, newspapers reported that Andrews planned to seek support from cabinet to drastically reduce the intake of Sudanese refugees because of concerns about a rising tide of Sudanese gangs and related crime.
Over the course of the year, Andrews's concerns about the alleged inability of
"Some groups don't seem to be settling and adjusting to the Australian way of life as quickly as we would hope, and therefore it makes sense to ... slow down the rate of intake from countries such as Sudan," he said.
Naturally, moral grand-standers of the Left refused to believe there was a problem:
New England independent deadshit MP Tony Windsor is not convinced the latest debate does not have an electoral purpose.."Philip Ruddock for years, when the boat-people situation was on, used to say, 'We've got to look after the Africans'. "They seem to have settled in quite well... Kevin Andrews has got a bit of explaining to do, otherwise people will quite rightly say he's playing the race card."
Victoria Police in 2007 spread false information:
But worst was the reaction of Victoria Police, led by a typical Labor-appointed dead-beat, Christine Nixon. Nixon claimed Andrews was wrong about
Those police claims were false. Figures let slip by Nixon the following year revealed crime rates for Sudanese youth at least four times the state average.
Labor smeared Andrews:
“It has been a long time since I have heard such a pure form of racism out of the mouth of any Australian politician,” sneered another Labor deadshit, Queensland premier Anna Bligh.
The Leftist media vilified Andrews, rather than the Immigration Ministers who had originally put Australians in danger - Vanstone and Ruddock:
The Age newspaper accused Andrews of making “unpleasant and inflammatory” comments to provoke “a predictably base reaction from those sensitive to immigration on racial grounds”. Disgusting !
Yet even in 2007, as journalist, Andrew Bolt, wrote at the time, the evidence was urgent and compelling that a grave mistake had been made.
Of course many Sudanese will make excellent contributions to this country. Of course, and of course and of course. But it's also clear that a worrying number of Sudanese immigrants - coming from their very different culture and a much poorer country with much lower standards of education - are struggling to make their way here and to integrate.
Recent signs of that include a huge brawl, worries by Sudanese parents about their uncontrolable children dropping out, concerns by teachers of a lack of " life skills", vicious assaults, and police warnings of gang violence.
A state school principal has also told me how very hard she's found it to integrate the African students in her school, given how few of them have any English or much respect for authority. What makes her challenge worse, she says, is that she has so many of them, leading then naturally to form a "gang" rather than be forced to assimilate.
We can ignore all this, as we usually, do and shout "racist" at those who point out that we have a problem. But we need to rethink just how - or even whether - we resettle immigrants whose culture is so very, very different.
Even Sudanese defenders of the Sudanese refugees back then were actually admitting that we were admitting people more likely to resort to violence:
On 3AW, a Sudanese community spokeswoman asks for understanding: The implication of this journey (as a refugee) could make people prone to be violent.Er, OK.
And even then, in 2007, the media should have realised our refugee and immigration program - which had already let in hard-to-assimilate Lebanese Muslims - had exposed us to yet another completely needless danger:
Hakeem Hakeem, 21, was yesterday sentenced to 24 years' jail, with a non-parole period of 17 years, for a string of depraved sexual attacks in Melbourne's southeast in March 2005.
The Supreme Court heard that, just one month after arriving in Australia, Hakeem set out on a drug and alcohol-fuelled campaign of terror on the streets of Dandenong. I wrote a posting entited: ''The Sounds of Silence instead of Honesty'' (May 27, 2013) exposing Labor Scumbag, Mark Dreyfus, Attorney-General, as a liar when he painted Dandenong 3 years ago as; ''Our community is a wonderful example to others of a modern, diverse and harmonious society.'' All the while his city was going to hell in a handbasket: worse now!
What have we done? Why don't we learn?
And a word from Vanstone and Ruddock on how they got the Sudanese intake so horribly wrong would be useful.
The Way I See It........there is no excuse for their behavior for the majority of these kids, their parents fled their country for a chance to bring these kids up in a peaceful environment. Now these kids do not respect their parents or the laws of Australia, maybe (hopefully) Peter Dutton will start sending the rotten apples back, then they will realize how lucky they were to live in a peaceful country. It does not matter what color,creed or religious persuasion. We are all (or should be) human beings. The Victorian Politicians and Police need to pull their heads out of the sand otherwise it will get a whole lot worse before it gets better.