THE FIGHTING SEASON: THOUGHTS ON THE MILITARISATION OF PUBLIC SPACES FROM KABUL TO MELBOURNE

THE FIGHTING SEASON: THOUGHTS ON THE MILITARISATION OF PUBLIC SPACES FROM KABUL TO MELBOURNE

The twilight zone between the end of the festive season and the resumption of the work year is, of late, a good opportunity to make the most of our Netflix and Stan subscriptions and in amongst the growing clutter of Bollywood movies and incomprehensible Taiwanese rom-coms we were able to find a few gems with which to pass the time.

A recent addition to the lineup was Ricky Schroder’s six part documentary series The Fighting Season, which follows several units of U.S Army military advisors and their Afghan allies as they develop security arrangements in Kabul during an election campaign, hunt Taliban fighters in the countryside and attempt to kill or capture an elusive insurgent commander.

To be frank, Schroder is a propagandist of the Obama era military effort in Afghanistan and the phased draw-down of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF); in general his film leans toward supporting the narrative of the Afghan National Army (ANA) and police finding their feet and slowly taking responsibility for their own security.

The Fighting Season, however, is very revealing in its depiction of modern, highly specialised combat troops re-tasked as, basically, police units and tactical response teams on overwatch, ready to leap into action should the Afghan forces get in over their heads.

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Ricky Schroder, the former 1970’s child star is now an effective propagandist for the U.S war machine

In that sense this is a curious story, it has little in common with other War On Terror films, such as Sebastian Junger’s excellent Restrepo, or the dismal spectacle of the Ben Anderson documentary This Is What Winning Looks Like; the U.S paratroopers and 10th Mountain Division soldiers as depicted by Schroder exude a barely repressed bitterness and frustration even as they repeat the talking points of the official narrative.

From the slightly loopy security commander swanning around the teeming streets of Kabul as if he is going out for ice cream in his midwestern home town, seemingly oblivious to the threat of suicide bombers and kidnappers; to the hardened African American forward air controller calling in bombing runs on Taliban snipers these characters all ooze a superficial confidence and self control, but it is clear that they hate what they are doing and are deeply skeptical of the mission.

To be frank, Schroder is a propagandist of the Obama era military effort in Afghanistan and the phased draw-down of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF); in general his film leans toward supporting the narrative of the Afghan National Army (ANA) and police finding their feet and slowly taking responsibility for their own security.

Part of the dramatic tension which sets the pace across The Fighting Season’s six episodes is the sense that the Americans cannot trust the Afghan civilians, or rely upon the ANA and National Police to do their jobs; these are not, however, the drug addicts, child molesters and congenital idiots shown by Vice and Ben Anderson in 2013; on the contrary the Afghan soldiers are a mixed bag, ranging from merely competent, to tactically astute and, in some cases, almost suicidally brave.

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Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington produced an excellent film ,Restrepo, which captured life on a remote American fire base in the wilds of Afghanistan

Whether this is a completely accurate portrayal of the real ANA is another matter, we suspect the reality lies somewhere between Anderson’s pessimism and Schroders optimism; what is interesting from the point of our social commentary is this idea of a semi-competent but poorly equipped security force moving among the general population and maintaining a physical presence on the ground; guarded all the while by a high-tech, highly effective surveillance and intelligence group and backed up by heavily armed tactical units whose only task is to respond to emergencies.

It is this three tiered security system used by foreign occupation forces in counter insurgency operations, on behalf of their client regimes, which caught the eye of our writers; despite differences in the tempo of operations and the nature of the threats to civilians there is much in The Fighting Season which will feel familiar to the viewers, tucked up safe in their homes in the suburbs.

To the keen observer there are distinct parallels between the militarisation of public space in Afghanistan and the hardening of security precautions, recent restructure of police forces and the massive ramping up of state surveillance in Australian societies.

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Colonel John Graham ,on the right, confers with his long suffering bodyguard; the colonel is a weird sort of fellow but his story is very interesting

One of the most striking scenes in Schroder’s series shows American advisors driving around Kabul performing spot checks on Afghan police vehicle control points; the commander of the inspection team, Colonel Graham who is, as we mentioned, somewhat of a weird, reckless character spends some minutes in effusive praise of the officers who man these roadblocks, search cars and try to detect Jihadist suicide bombers as they enter the city.

To the keen observer there are distinct parallels between the militarisation of public space in Afghanistan and the hardening of security precautions, recent restructure of police forces and the massive ramping up of state surveillance in Australian societies.

What Graham is saying, if we read between the lines, is that the ANP officers, the lowest tier of the security operation, are basically expendable; it is expected that if a suicide bomber or insurgent gunman is detected that there will be police casualties and that they are only expected to hold their own until the American rapid response teams and Afghan special forces can be scrambled, with their armoured vehicles, superior training and heavy weapons.

Put that into the context of Melbourne or Sydney, sure the threat is lower here and we do not have terrorist attacks every few weeks as they do in Kabul but broadly the same tactical, counter insurgency regime is being applied in our cities; first responders, usually general duties police, will generally be running blindly into danger during an attack and even in bucolic Melbourne it is understood that they make take casualties before the better equipped squads are deployed.

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An Afghan policeman smokes a spliff while on patrol in a scene from the confronting 2013 Vice documentary This Is What Winning Looks Like

Colonel Graham proudly shows off his “Ring Of Steel” around Kabul, the picket of concrete bollards, chicanes and fighting positions which has been built across Kabul to, if nothing else, impede insurgent attacks until a counter attack can be mounted; the topic of insurgent attacks is discussed as a certainty and the one gets the sense that the lowest tier officers and fortifications are in place to absorb most of the impact, that crime cannot be prevented, only a reactive use of force is available to mop up after any initial strike on the barricades.

In our cities similar measures are now in place: in keeping with the threat levels we have concrete bollards and discrete hardening of urban infrastructure, soft checkpoints such as booze buses and Protective Service officers at railway stations and the network of private security guards, authorised officers and municipal inspectors who provide eyes on capability across the community.

The Fighting Season’s other plot-lines provide not only the most exciting battlefield action sequences but show the middle path of pro-active counter insurgent operations; the tactics of the famed U.S 10th Mountain Division and their ANA allies sit between the nearly passive defences of the “Ring Of Steel” and the reactive elements of the ISAF Quick Reaction Force made up of paratroopers and commandos.

The young American soldiers clearly hate the Afghan locals and gleefully take on the task of “getting in the face” of suspected Taliban insurgents; it is here we can see a contrast between this middle tier of counter terrorism operations in a combat zone and the pro-active policing efforts in the suburbs of Australian cities.

To the keen observer there are distinct parallels between the militarisation of public space in Afghanistan and the hardening of security precautions, recent restructure of police forces and the massive ramping up of state surveillance in Australian societies.

The young American soldiers clearly hate the Afghan locals and gleefully take on the task of “getting in the face” of suspected Taliban insurgents; it is here we can draw a comparison between this middle tier of counter terrorism operations in a combat zone and the pro-active policing efforts in the suburbs of Australian cities.

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Forward Air Controller Sergeant Letnam, his hatred of the Afghans is apparent after he calls in an airstrike on a Taliban sniper nest and the insurgents walk away from the bombed out position grinning and denying that they are fighters.

The point of the 10th Mountain troops operation was to disrupt, disturb and confront the Taliban and other outlaws, to break their routines, rattle their nerves and if possible kill or capture the fighters and drug smugglers; they patrolled in known Taliban strongholds, rousted their supporters in the villages, confiscated any goods or weapons suspected of belonging to fighters and attempted, by show of force, to diminish the Islamists standing in the community.

Australian police will claim that they are also pro-active when it comes to fighting our own low-level Islamic insurgency and gang crime, however it is this middle tier which, to many, has been the weak link in the local response, this is the cohort which has, in the minds of many workers been hobbled by political correctness and the point of the spear, so to speak, blunted by interference from government and social justice warriors.

It is generally accepted now that the day-to-day attempts by Australian police to play the “hearts and minds” routine in high crime suburbs, particularly those with high Third World migrant populations, have been a failure; what is more by showing weakness they have actually made the problems worse.

What the people are becoming really agitated about is the weak effort at disrupting criminals and terrorists before they become a real problem, that not enough is being done to shut down radical Islamist recruiters and other fringe dwellers; there is also general outrage over the lack of in-patient services for the dangerously mentally ill or drug addicted and the apparent hands-off approach being taken toward ethnocentric criminal gangs.

It is significant that Aussie workers have quickly cottoned on to the fact that the fortification of public spaces and expansion of heavily armed flying squads are a necessary and proportionate reaction to the current threat environment; nobody seems particularly bothered by the sight of semi-trailers being used as shields against vehicle attacks outside the Cricket, or the unmarked vans cruising the streets loaded with specialist police armed with assault rifles.

What the people are becoming really agitated about is the weak effort at disrupting criminals and terrorists before they become a real problem, that not enough is being done to shut down radical Islamist recruiters and other fringe dwellers; there is also general outrage over the lack of in-patient services for the dangerously mentally ill or drug addicted and the apparent hands-off approach being taken toward ethnocentric criminal gangs.

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Tactical squads only arrive as an emergency unfolds, they are a reactive force, not pro-active.

In the general discussion of the militarisation of police in Australia and the wider Anglosphere the tendency is, especially among the more libertarian or SJW cliques, to criticise the obvious trappings of the heightened security posture; the self styled “cop watchers” seem to think that a city wide crackdown on civil liberties is underway merely because the security services have been on a spending spree, purchasing new carbines, armoured vehicles and surveillance gear.

As we have shown it is the tactical posture and the way policing is being conducted in our cities which is evidence of the move toward a counter insurgency model rather than the traditional, low-key methods of the past; the real problem then becomes the synchronisation of the three tiers of security response: the bullet sponge beat cops, security guards and the fortifications; the pro-active, day-to-day, operations to disrupt, eliminate or humiliate Jihadis and criminal gangs and the rapid reaction forces who only appear once the threat is fully realised

Older Aussies may pine for the society we had and the bright future it promised, but which was squandered by the globalists; unfortunately there is the way things ought to be and the way things are; if Melbourne and Sydney are starting to resemble Kabul then half measures, a compassionate approach and political correctness have no place in the system.

If we are to accept this new security regime, which it is clear we must, at least in the short term purely as a matter of self preservation then we expect the middle tier of state counter terrorism operators and ASIO goons to emulate the 10th Mountain division in proportion to the scale of the threat.

If the cops are not kicking in the doors of rogue Imams, leaning hard on self-styled immigrant “community leaders” and making the lives of slacker Jihadis and ethnocentric street gangs utterly miserable then front line cops will have their blood spilled over those concrete bollards before the rapid reaction force can arrive, their bravery and that of the citizens who rush forward into danger will all count for nothing.

We, the workers of Australia, know what has to be done and we know why these very real but wholly imported threats to our lives have been allowed to fester all these years; we know that terrorism and ethnic gang crime is a direct result of globalist-capitalism, the vanity and cynicism of upper class Whites and the creed of totalitarian humanism.

Older Aussies may pine for the society we had and the bright future it promised, but which was squandered by the globalists; unfortunately there is the way things ought to be and the way things are; if Melbourne and Sydney are starting to resemble Kabul then half measures, a compassionate approach and political correctness have no place in the system.

If we are to suffer under an insurgency where terrorism and gross crimes of violence are simply to be accepted as part of the “enriching” multicultural tapestry, then the security forces need to get serious; they should at least get the three tiers of policing working effectively, in the manner of ISAF and the SJW’s, politicians and do-gooders need to be kicked to the curb and no longer heard.

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Afghan National Police: Expendable personnel deployed in the “Ring Of Steel” to absorb attacks, rather than repel them
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WHAT DOES THE AFRICAN GANG MEME REALLY SAY ABOUT AUSTRALIA?

WHAT DOES THE AFRICAN GANG MEME REALLY SAY ABOUT AUSTRALIA?

An update from Melbourne, the city too afraid to dine out, by James Hillman.

As expected, the powers that be in the state of Victoria and beyond have been dragged, kicking and screaming, into a debate over youth crime and more specifically Sudanese gang crime in Melbourne.

There are a few memes concerning the issue bouncing around in cyberspace, some of them prescient, some ludicrous, while some are blatant Strawman arguments, it falls upon Nationalists, the only true outsider political tendency, to put some pressure on these talking points by, to some extent, playing Devil’s advocate.

The foremost and most popular among the bourgeois commentariat is the usual obfuscation of the issue with the cry: “Not all Africans!”

This defensive tactic is popular in the milieux who gain most of their insight into the workings of the world through the lens of ABC, Guardian and SBS editorials; we suspect that the intended outcome is that people will be shamed into remaining silent on the very real issue of Black gang crime when confronted with immigrant success stories and interviews with well dressed, articulate Africans.

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The Star-Bellied Sneetches thought they were all that and more, unfortunately, today’s SJW shows far worse character than any snooty Sneetches did

What we have here is just another case of filibustering by the Bourgeois media; the domination of public discourse with white noise, irrelevant information and the diversion of necessary and healthy democratic debate into side issues and intellectual dead-ends is a time-worn tactic.

In fact this tactic reveals the deep cynicism and arrogance of the upper castes; they seem to believe that if they can filibuster on the airwaves for a couple of 24 hour news cycles during a time of crisis, or widespread public disquiet, then the working classes will get sick of the noise and, easily distracted as we appear to those above, quickly move on to some other garish spectacle.

What we have here is just another case of filibustering by the Bourgeois media; the domination of public discourse with white noise, irrelevant information and the diversion of necessary and healthy democratic debate into side issues and intellectual dead-ends is a time worn tactic.

The Not All Africans meme is also problematic on other levels due to the fact that if it fails to mollify the population, as it has in recent weeks due to a spike in Sudanese gang crime and bullying targeting working class people, then it opens the door to widespread discrimination against very specific groups of people.

We understand that the upper castes do not want the little people thinking about big questions, that is why in Victoria it is a criminal offence to notice, then publicise obvious ethnic differences; nevertheless, think we do and the realisation soon comes that the more concentrated the demographic profile of serious youth offending becomes, the worse the true picture must be.

Let us take at face value the assertion that not all African migrants are troublemakers, which is obviously the case, so what we are left with is a very specific demographic cohort, Sudanese under the age of 30; in other words refugees from Sudan and their locally born children are the problem and given their astronomical rates of offending relative to their small population this becomes very much an issue of ethnicity.

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Gordon of Khartoum, the original Social Justice Warrior captured in monochrome as his life is snuffed out by slaveholding Sudanese Muslims

The profile of “African” offenders can be broken down further, it is mainly the negroid South Sudanese who are the problem, Sudan, of course, is a racially, religiously and linguistically divided region with Muslim Arab influence in the north and tribal Negro populations in the south, this further concentration when taken in the context of their importation into our country makes the whole mess into a political question.

As well informed people will know the Sudan conflict began with the Arab Muslim conquest of Byzantine Christian Egypt in the year 642; Muslim slavers have been ranging south into Africa ever since, despite numerous interventions by outside forces intent on abolishing the trade in Negro slaves, notably the British and lately the United Nations.

Let us call the Sudan problem by its proper name, it is a near 1500 year race war in which the intellectually and materially superior Muslim Northerners have dominated the Negro populations of the south, who never developed beyond the stage of bronze age cattle herding, tribal society and animistic spiritualism.

We understand that the upper castes do not want the little people thinking about big questions, that is why in Victoria it is a criminal offence to notice, then publicise obvious ethnic differences; nevertheless, think we do and the realisation that the more concentrated the demographic profile of serious youth offending becomes, the worse the true picture must be.

The politicians of the Howard era immigration ministry, notably Phillip Ruddock and Amanda Vanstone, therefore, went on a mission to deliberately induct into our society the most helpless specimens of the losing side in a centuries-long racial struggle, all in the name of compassion and for the international prestige of their regime.

This analysis is borne out not only in the appalling behaviour of the Sudanese migrants and their inability to integrate, which became a problem as soon as they arrived and were concentrated in housing commission areas, it is the attitudes expressed by their spokesmen and apologists which totally give the game away.

Every time Sudanese migrants run out of control, be it in the context of a gang attack, the grotesque family violence which wracks their community or as a result of their general lack of intelligence the “community leaders” are wheeled out to decry the lack of resources and government guidance allocated to Sudanese people; in other words the senior members of that ethnic group clearly came here with the expectation of unlimited handouts and a free ride through life for their kids.

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For the Joad family, the acceptance of welfare in the refugee camps of California was a grave moral issue

As Ma Joad in John Steinbeck’s masterpiece, The Grapes Of Wrath observed: “Charity leaves a stain”; never a truer word was written and in the Sudanese we have seen the importation, by ill-informed do-gooders, of a group of people with an ingrained welfare mentality into a social security system which does not tolerate slackers and malingerers.

What does this say about the status of the Sudanese in Australia and the refugees of the 21st century generally?

Comrades, never underestimate the vanity and cynicism of the politicians and managerial castes of the globalist cosmopolitan enterprise; they will do anything and say anything to achieve their end goal of the destruction of all nationalities and ethnic identities in the name of capitalism.

Australians are pretty good at looking after people with special needs, the aged and disabled care systems, while not perfect, work well for the most part and peoples basic needs are met, lessening the burden on families; however the system is not set up to cater for people with special needs based on ethnicity and family history.

Are Sudanese leaders asking for their ethnic group to become wards of the state in some sense?

Why is it up to the government to provide unlimited material support and guidance and to give a failing group of people, who when taken as a whole are nothing but trouble a free ride?

Rhetorical questions aside we cannot be too hard on the refugees when they were obviously sold on the idea of migration with a pack of lies by recruiters in the refugee camps all those years ago; after all, having been supported, for free, by the U.N for many years these people could be excused for thinking that everyone in developed societies receives the same indulgences and whole of life welfare support.

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An Aussie down on his luck, in the era before social security “humping Bluey” up and down the East coast, was the only way to survive

Comrades, never underestimate the vanity and cynicism of the politicians and managerial castes of the globalist cosmopolitan enterprise; they will do anything and say anything to achieve their end goal of the destruction of all nationalities and ethnic identities in the name of capitalism.

We are at the point, in 2018, where a group like Campaign Against Racism And Fascism, which is directly connected to the regime, will spread blatant lies about an assault on a Muslim woman to goad immigrant youth into fighting with police, as happened in the Milo Yiannopoulis counter-demonstration in Kensington recently.

Even as the anti-racism spiel is wearing thin and significant numbers of migrants from other, non-White ethnic groups are speaking out about Sudanese dysfunction the elites and their bourgeois agents in the “Social Justice” sphere are doubling down on the rhetoric and lashing out at all who dare challenge their dogma, to the point of going to ridiculous and dangerous extremes.

We are at the point in 2018 where a group like Campaign Against Racism And Fascism, which is directly connected to the regime, will spread blatant lies about an assault on a Muslim woman to goad immigrant youth into fighting with police, as happened in the Milo Yiannopoulis counter-demonstration in Kensington recently.

The point of that exercise was to create the conditions for a progressive, White led “Black Lives Matter” movement, as evidenced by their follow up rally in the same neighbourhood some weeks later; what is implicit in the actions of CARF is that they are prepared to see immigrant youths incarcerated or, hopefully from their perspective, gunned down by the Pigs if it helps the cause of globalist progress.

This is where things stand in the first days of 2018, if history is our guide the current crop of Sudanese gang members will burn out and fade away within a few years, however, the dark, malignant core of the globalist system remains, with its determined race baiters and the freaks who daydream of an unthinking, coffee coloured humanity which does nothing but consume and generate debt to the oligarchy.

Sudanese do not belong in our society, this much is true, but they are here and we must never stop pointing out the reasons why they were imported and repeating the names of the people responsible for the refugee disaster in order to prevent them from making the situation infinitely worse.

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Former immigration minister Amanda Vanstone shows off her prized Juan Peron action figure in the hope of redeeming herself in the eyes of the working class

A POLITICISED VICPOL STRUGGLES AGAINST THE BLACK UNDERTOW

A POLITICISED VICPOL STRUGGLES AGAINST THE BLACK UNDERTOW

African gang crime in Melbourne is, as we all know, out of control in certain suburbs; in Tarneit, Sunshine, Melton and Flemington the problem is out in the open and beginning to impede upon the lives of ordinary working class people.

To be sure, there is a degree of hysteria surrounding African gang crime, however this is mostly a normal response to an extremely violent, unpredictable and irrational group of people; the fear of a group of twenty Black thugs, high on Ice and armed with edged weapons kicking in your door at three in the morning is very much a reasonable apprehension for the workers of the outer Western suburbs.

We will not labour the point here, it is obvious to anyone, even the most fanatical “Anti-Racist”, that people from the Horn Of Africa who arrived under the refugee resettlement program from the mid-1990’s have largely failed to thrive and that no amount of coddling, or turning a blind eye to their dysfunction will slow their inevitable decline into a widely despised minority.

If the Africans are the errant children of multiculturalism then we can put much of the blame for their horrible behaviour upon the parents and midwives of the refugee disaster: the “do-gooder” politicians, the profiteers and scumbags of the refugee resettlement industry, the opportunistic priests and ministers of the mainstream churches and the cynical armchair revolutionaries of the Refugee Action Coalition.

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Ecoville community centre in Tarneit, an expensive local resource trashed by African gangs

The trend these days among the chattering classes is for collective amnesia to set in every time a discussion of the causal factors concerning African dysfunction arises; the events of the prior decade, the tensions between Left-Wing lawyers, Police command and politicians effectively led to a decade-long “hands-off” mentality towards Black youth gangs.

The recent history of the African minority in Melbourne was marked by a couple of significant events which led directly, most would agree, to the present state of affairs; the Sunshine police station “racism” affair and the successful lawsuit by social justice advocate Tamar Hopkins against Victoria Police on behalf of several Africans who had alleged Police brutality.

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Tamar Hopkins, Peter Seidel and their clients in a lawsuit against Victoria Police; police brutality is real, we just don’t accept there is an ethnic bias, they bash anyone if they think they can get away with it.

We can accept that Pig brutality toward young people is an ongoing problem, we just don’t accept that in 2017 there is a systematic bias against coloured kids which warrants such an extreme reaction from Anti-Racists; certain people seem to want want a Black Lives Matter Movement at any cost, even if it means stirring up racial grievances to achieve that end.

Police command under Christine Nixon and later Simon Overland and Ken Lay caved into what amounted to only moderate pressure from the social justice warriors and began a purge of “racist” officers accompanied by a drive for cultural change within the rank and file of the service.

What this amounted to, in the minds of ordinary citizens and certainly among the Negroes, was an order from the top that police were not to interfere with the Africans and a feeling among officers that actually doing their job and chasing down Black criminals was neither worth the hassle due to the refusal of judges to convict them, or career suicide as any trivial complaint by offenders would likely see the hapless general duties cop sacked, if not charged themselves.

We can accept that Pig brutality toward young people is an ongoing problem, we just don’t accept that in 2017 there is a systematic bias against coloured kids which warrants such an extreme reaction from Anti-Racists; certain people seem to want a Black Lives Matter Movement at any cost, even if it means stirring up racial grievances to achieve that end.

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In 1996 21-year-old Corinna Horvath had her face smashed in by Victorian cops, years later she was represented by none other than Tamar Hopkins in an action against the state

This is how we arrived in 2017 with a small but totally lawless African sub-culture literally raping and pillaging on the margins of society, whatever they were when they arrived from the dark continent, whatever limited potential their children had has been trashed distorted by overindulgence, lack of discipline and the unrealistic expectations of unhinged social justice warriors.

While African and Islander gangs were running amok in Sunshine and Broadmeadows the Cops were planted at railway stations, armed with metal detectors searching Asian students and White pensioners for concealed shivs as approving media crews looked on to “keep them honest”.

We generally avoid epithets on this blog but it is plain to see that the system, by a process of “Californication” turned them from African migrants into “Street Niggers”, that the SJW’s probably wanted Will Smith and Jada Pinkett as their ideal but instead, they created Letalvis Cobbins and Vanessa Coleman.

Crime is a hot topic generally but there is the sense among Melbournians that we are over the hump, so to speak, of the Ice epidemic among the poor and marginalised White population and official statistics tend to back this conclusion; crime is on the wane and the specific types of crime and mob action carried out by the Blacks are almost unheard of among other ethnic groups.

These facts make the recent comments by Police commanders even more infuriating, on several occasions officers above the rank of Inspector, including Acting Commissioner Shane Patton and Superintendent Therese Fitzgerald have denied the ethnic-racial aspect to the African crimewave stating that their flash mobs, muggings, riots, carjackings and home invasions are part of a pattern of behaviour common to “all youths”.

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The ICR system was a joke, it emboldened the crooks and race baiters by initiating unnecessary stop and search actions just to prove that the system was being used

Youth crime is somewhat of a problem in Victoria, we cannot deny it, but if the Police are going to spread the blame and crack down on “all youth” for the sake of anti-racism, when we know that street gang crime, the crimes which strike the most fear into the hearts of families, are pretty much restricted to the African and to a lesser extent Middle Eastern and Pacific Islander minorities then we have a problem.

We have seen the ludicrous spectacle of politically correct police crackdowns before: who recalls the risible prohibited weapons blitz of the late noughties?

While African and Islander gangs were running amok in Sunshine and Broadmeadows the Cops were planted at railway stations, armed with metal detectors searching Asian students and White pensioners for concealed shivs as approving media crews looked on to “keep them honest”.

So too the trial program set up after a campaign of intense whining by Anti-Racists, where police dispensed receipts for every interaction they had with “youths” was scrapped as useless, counterproductive and an all around waste of time.

If they intend to crack down on all youth crime they need to justify this with proof and, if nothing else, ought we not be warned of the dangers of these hitherto invisible non-African gangs for our own safety?

It has come to the point where the Pigs have to put up or shut up as far as ethnic bias in street crime is concerned, if they have evidence of gangs of up to two hundred White youths, or any other ethnicity for that matter, running wild in the suburbs and attacking people going about their normal business then they should publicise this information.

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Assistant Commissioner Shane Patton won the booby prize when his boss took sick leave, he’s now in the hot seat as another summer of African gang crime gets underway.

If they intend to crack down on all youth crime they need to justify this with proof and, if nothing else, ought we not be warned of the dangers of these hitherto invisible non-African gangs for our own safety?

After all, we know to avoid certain parks and the areas where African gangs congregate; shopkeepers and business owners in the outer West have already taken precautions to mitigate the threat of mob attacks by Blacks on their premises, even if that amounts to letting the Negroes walk out of the shop with armfuls of goods lest they turn on the staff with fists and concealed weapons.

Time, we say, to name and shame all youth gangs, to make public note of their habits, home turf and all relevant information necessary to the maintenance of public order and safety; otherwise the unpleasant reality is that hard truths must be accepted by police command and their allies in the political or social justice spheres; they must be dragged, kicking and screaming no doubt into, at the very least, a frank discussion of the explicitly ethnic character of gang crime in Victoria.

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The owner’s vision of Ecoville park: notice that this artists impression failed to include ice addled Africans fighting on the lawn, obscene graffiti and and all the seating smashed into kindling

THE RICH GET RICHER, THE POOR GET THE PICTURE, THE BOMBS NEVER HIT YOU WHEN YOU’RE DOWN SO LOW

THE RICH GET RICHER, THE POOR GET THE PICTURE, THE BOMBS NEVER HIT YOU WHEN YOU’RE DOWN SO LOW

Readers would be well aware of the recent incident in Brighton, Victoria during which Australian police were caught up in a drama concerning a South American prostitute, a Chinese apartment building commissionaire and a Somalian terrorist.

We have chosen the wording of this first paragraph very carefully to place this event in its proper context; it must be said that the only Australians involved in this siege and shootout were, we suppose, the police officers who responded to the 000 calls.

So given that all the actual Australians swept up in the Brighton shootings are expected to recover and return to their duties we will herewith move on and, as is our mission, examine the responses to these events by real Australians and their interpretation according to Nationalist thinking.

The most obvious and stereotypical response from the chattering classes and their bourgeois commentariat are the hackneyed cries for “unity” and “social cohesion”; that is to say that nobody should say anything which might cause a spike in the normal level of distrust, nor do anything which might further inflame the now entrenched and deep-seated mutual hatred which simmers between Muslims and Australians.

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Somalia, the land of the lost

Nationalists, as always, are advised to steer clear of Muslims and people of African and West Asian descent as far as possible; of course, it is impossible to completely avoid contact with such people but the best tactic for mitigation of exposure to their bad behaviour is separation.

The whole concept of social cohesion flies in the face of diversity dogma; apparently, diversity is our greatest strength, except in circumstances where the outcome actually matters; when results are expected we are urged to be one people and to speak with a single voice.

We have chosen the wording of this first paragraph very carefully to place this event in its proper context; it must be said that the only Australians involved in this siege and shootout were, we suppose, the police officers who responded to the 000 calls.

As we have explained in a previous article, unity in the face of diverse threats makes no sense, in fighting what amounts to an insurgency by de-assimilated fellow citizens in which the targets of violent extremism are, in the main, defenceless civilians a diverse range of responses is surely required.

There are some actions which sincerely patriotic Muslims cannot or will not take in this struggle, so too there are lines which White Nationalists and civic patriots cannot cross without being arrested for breaching the human rights of these criminals and their supporters; in fact the state does a pretty good job of nobbling any grass roots response to the community problem of Jihadist insurgency, so acting as one is out of the question anyway.

The call for unity then is really just an admonition to sit tight and not get involved when it is spoken by Daniel Andrews or Malcolm Turnbull and a trite example of virtue signalling, if not out-and-out cowardice by the bourgeoisie.

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Hipsters eating their smashed avocado now seem more likely terrorist targets than Bogans eating their fried chicken and chips

The problem with that approach and placing all our eggs in one basket by relying on the state to end the insurgency is that they have thus far proven themselves incapable and unwilling to rein in violent extremists or to perform any of the work necessary in interdiction of the known pathways to Jihadism: petty crime, drug use and family breakdown.

The core pathways to extremism listed above are the result of importing people who are bound to fail and turn upon their sponsors; it is impossible to maintain conservative family values and tribal structures in a society which dropped such norms over a thousand years ago. It is impossible for a migrant to make a positive contribution to society if he lacks the intelligence to master basic literacy and numeracy skills and it is impossible to draw wayward immigrant youth away from a life of crime in a situation where the entirety of popular media culture glorifies and encourages “gangster chic”.

The problem with that approach and placing all our eggs in one basket by relying on the state to end the insurgency is that they have thus far proven themselves incapable and unwilling to rein in violent extremists or to perform any of the work necessary in interdiction of the known pathways to Jihadism: petty crime, drug use and family breakdown.

In our so-called “knowledge economy”, the world envisioned by the globalist money power, the factors which delineate social class are less the ideas of race, religion or ethnicity and increasingly IQ and a person’s capacity to utilise what is between their ears, so to the informed observer widespread migrant dysfunction and failure was inevitable and predictable.

The 21st century Lumpenproletariat, of which many migrants along with many Whites are part, is therefore to all intents and purposes race-less in the eyes of the elites and their bourgeoisie; their intelligence quotient is what keeps them down and, sadly for revolutionaries, this growing class of people, the “have-nots”, have not the slightest inkling of class consciousness, nor even much insight into their own existence.

This is where middle-class virtue signalling over the plight of the “have-nots” becomes a vice like any other artificial coping mechanism. Publicly expressing White guilt and wearing the hair shirt of the social justice warrior in the face of the intractable problem of low Lumpenprole IQ is nowadays, for some people, as potent a feel-good measure as taking a swig of hard liquor or popping a prescription sedative.

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If you are wondering where the Iraqi middle class went, these guys may be able to shed some light on the matter

The White middle class is shackled to the failure of its own system, the great cosmopolitan Ponzi scheme which was devised by the Baby Boomers to ensure that their class dominated for all time and which banked heavily upon White working class apathy or lack of political engagement

The question has been asked in recent days: was there an element of class war at play in the Brighton terrorist attack? Why did the Somali terrorist from seedy Roxburgh Park choose one of Melbourne’s most affluent suburbs as the location of his spree?

Buoyed by the successful integration of European refugees after the second world war the middle class and elected officials of those strata over-reached when they took upon themselves the job of diversifying the migrant intake to include Third World refugees. In 2017 the children of those baby-boomer, bourgeois do-gooders who are paying the price for their parents’ largesse and lack of foresight are lapsing into helpless self-indulgence; the physical intoxication of pills, booze, gambling and pick-up sexual encounters is bolstered by hollow virtue signalling, White guilt and ethno-masochism, vices all.

The question has been asked in recent days: was there an element of class war at play in the Brighton terrorist attack? Why did the Somali terrorist from seedy Roxburgh Park choose one of Melbourne’s most affluent suburbs as the location of his spree?

Not to place a wise head on the shoulders of this clearly intellectually sub-normal African criminal, but the symbolism was not missed by Nationalist radicals and as the only political tendency still prosecuting the class war the imagery and setting of Yacqub Khayre’s martyrdom operation are ours for the taking.

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Social cohesion in action: Islamist radicals teamed up with Antifa in Coburg, May 2016

 

CELEBRATING AUSTRALIA DAY IS AN ACT OF DEFIANCE

CELEBRATING AUSTRALIA DAY IS AN ACT OF DEFIANCE

Today, really, is not a day for politics — it is a day for celebrating; a day to drink and get merry without coward-punching anyone. What are we celebrating, asks the cucked uni kid in the corner with the Abo flag on his shirt?

We are celebrating our diversity as a people; our rich tradition of multiculturalism which is an example to the rest of the world of how different peoples from diverse ethnic backgrounds and religions can exist in harmony together like all the colours of the rainbow.
We are celebrating the fact that anyone can come here at any time and instantly become an Australian by dint of just standing on our sovereign soil and expressing a liking for Aussie Rules football. You can be as brown as what gets flushed down the crapper; as black as a charcoaled tree stump; as yellow as the pee that flows after too many flutes of Yellowglen; or even White. But not so much White. Nah. Fuck that. That ain’t what it’s all about, chief.
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Arthur Calwell, a TRUE Australian
We are celebrating the beginning of a nation, but more especially, the birth of a unique people. Somewhere between Europeans and settlers Australians evolved; born of the land; born not to sink shivering into the Atlantic briny like lost cargo from the East India Company, but to dive cockily into the foaming surf of Oceania while showing off to your sheila who waits ready with the towel and Chico Roll.
We were born to a dusty, rugged environment, which offers both danger and sustenance; hardship and leisure. We have bulk wildlife that will kill the bungers out of you twice before leaving you for dead; while others, like Koala bears, are cute-as, but pong a bit. We have birds that screech worse than an angry missus on the rag, and which glide gracefully from the branches. Personal faves are Kookaburras and Rosellas.

We are celebrating the beginning of a nation, but more especially, the birth of a unique people. Somewhere between Europeans and settlers Australians evolved; born of the land; born not to sink shivering into the Atlantic briny like lost cargo from the East India Company, but to dive cockily into the foaming surf of Oceania while showing off to your sheila who waits ready with the towel and Chico Roll.

These days, however, we are celebrating Australia Day because if we don’t they will replace it with First Peoples Day or some shit.
We celebrate Australia Day like Catholics celebrated mass under the reformation — risking having the Protestants of Progressiveness bust down our door and drag us off to the dungeon for possessing an Aussie flag and a copy of Sherbet’s Greatest Hits on a USB drive.
We celebrate Australia Day because either they are trying to take it away, like the Communist Greens’ Fremantle mayor, Brad Pettit; or they are making it all about every cunt who isn’t White and wasn’t born here; like the makers of that crap Lamb ad and whoever does the selections for the Australian of the Year awards.
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A true Aussie just gets it. Or maybe they don’t, we’re just fucking around
We will get to the Australian of the Year later, but while we’re on about the war on Australia Day, we have to make mention of the Left Wing grubs and the Abos from the “Decolonise” movement.
Australia Day, to them, is Invasion Day and EVERYONE on the Left spectrum of politics joins in making out like celebrating Australia Day is the equivalent of slavery.
We shall assume, on one level, that the cry to Decolonise, is not meant to be taken literally but signifies a sort of secessionist deal where Abos who don’t like it fuck off and stop claiming the dole. Also, they never ever try to use a Medicare card or put themselves through university on the taxpayers’ tit. They just go and do whatever the hell it is they think they’re going to do.
But then again, let’s take them literally and just spend two seconds peeling apart the utter fantasy at the heart of that sentiment.

We celebrate Australia Day like Catholics celebrated mass under the reformation — risking having the Protestants of Progressiveness bust down our door and drag us off to the dungeon for possessing an Aussie flag and a copy of Sherbet’s Greatest Hits on a USB drive.

Seriously, how the fuck are you going to “decolonise” Australia you stupid bastards? That’s a bit like asking for the sky to turn yellow. Even if certain cucked types wanted to go peacefully and leave Aboriginals with everything — and judging by the performers at this year’s Australian of the Year awards there is plenty of them — what makes you think the Chinese who’ve bought up great swathes of this Southern Land are going to bend the knee and scuttle back to China while whispering, “So solly”?
The “Decolonise” movement is nothing but a whingeing valve for professional malcontents that want an excuse to have a problem with everything and somehow in the age of appeasement that hopefully, the election of Donald Trump will sort out they are being indulged. These whingers have a problem with achievement, in that they are incapable of it. They want to tear down because they cannot build. It is far more profitable for them to be a critic than to be an artist: heaps easier too.
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Funny how Abo activists are never actually Abos
So, celebrating Australia Day is also about sticking it to those hypocritical flag-burning fuckwits who’ll happily take whatever handouts the government loads them with on the taxpayers’ quid; whatever health care and free publicity for their belly aching; but won’t do the decent thing and shut the fuck up for just 24 hours in one year.
But once you brush aside the freaks on the fringe and get down to brass tacks our real reason for celebrating Australia Day is to keep it Australian while the government does everything in its power to push real Australians out of contextual relevance.
You don’t even have to be born in Australia to be Australian of the Year. This year’s NSW Australian of the Year is a Sudanese former child soldier who somehow made it through law school. He has a real sob story and he was “forced” to do it, y’all. But the great Australian dream came true for him at least, never mind any actual Australians, and now he is an inspiration for all those little Sudanese who want to grow up and be famous for being Sudanese too.

So, celebrating Australia Day is also about sticking it to those hypocritical flag-burning fuckwits who’ll happily take whatever handouts the government loads them with on the taxpayers’ quid; whatever health care and free publicity for their belly aching; but won’t do the decent thing and just shut the fuck up for just 24 hours in one year.

But let’s not forget that he is a brainy lawyer. Ho ho. Shrewd, more like. While every other Sudanese is doing car-jackings, home invasions, armed robberies and sexual assaults ‘Deng Adut’ has become a lawyer probably in the knowledge that with his community growing ever so steadily he’ll never go broke practising law.
The media love this skinny ex-child soldier who raped and killed god-knows-how-many. He provides the ultimate globalist narrative which they impose upon Australia Day.
Well, excuse us, but we would’ve thought that Australian of the Year should be an award that goes to an actual Australian and not some dodgy African ambulance chaser.
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Deng Adut, the fully Aussie NSW Australian of the Year with the pimp hat
There is nothing even grounded in Australianness about him anyway — despite the honoured title he is still all about his tribal African people.
His average day in the media sunshine is spent drumming up charity dollars to go to Africans so they can get a freebie university education while actual Aussies have to take on massive HEX debts. The upside of that is that there must be all of three in the entire country who ever qualify but that isn’t the point.

There is nothing even grounded in Australianness about him anyway — despite the honoured title he is still all about his tribal African people.

Inevitably, one day he’ll be busted with twenty-five kilos of pure Bolivian cocaine but until that day comes the Australian of the Year award is used to smack Aussies on the nose with. There is nothing in it for us. Our Australia Day and THEIR Australia Day are two separate ideas.
If UNA could grant an Australian of the Year award this year we would give it to somebody nobody in the country had heard of. This might be a tuck shop woman or an SES volunteer. It might be a salty old bloke who quietly gets around his community and helps young folk out of jams. It might be a surf lifesaver or an animal welfare volunteer. But it sure as fuck wouldn’t be some blow-in alien or anyone that the establishment has deemed acceptable for public approval.
It would be one of youse — a dead set, true blue, no wukkas, you beaut, dinky di, ridgey didge, here’s-mud-in-your-eye Aussie bloke or sheila.
Happy Australia Day!
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We hope this cunt, and all like him, get wiped out in a World War

EXCUSES ARE THE REASON AFRICANS COMMIT SO MUCH CRIME

EXCUSES ARE THE REASON AFRICANS COMMIT SO MUCH CRIME

Sudanese commit crimes like ducks swim on water or cats chase butterflies. Loftily titled refugee immigrant ‘Africa Media Australia chief executive’ Clyde SALUMU SHARADY has offered reasons why; it’s because of excuses.

As usual, there is a laundry list of excuses as to why Sudanese refugees do what they do — and nearly all of them amount to “failure”. Indeed, the failure itself generates its own list of fails: failure of diversity, failure of policy, but more to the point the inherent failures of the Sudanese people themselves.

The Australian, which should be renamed The China, reports:

African youths causing a crime wave in Victoria are the product of eroded family units, trauma and an Australian society which does not sanction corporal punishment as a means of keeping them in line, claims a community leader.

Gangs of teenagers and young adults have been contributing to a surge in crimes, particularly in Melbourne’s east where carjackings, burglaries and theft are on the rise. But one of the defining characteristics of the young ­offenders is boldness and apparent indifferent to consequences.

Africa Media Australia chief executive Clyde Salumu Sharady told The Australian there is an increase in crime among young people broadly but particularly African youths, especially South Sudanese teenagers.

Mr Sharady said a medley of factors explained the phenomenon of rising criminality including unemployment rates, family trauma, language barriers and the demotion of men from traditional positions of influence in the family structure.

Sudanese should come with their own complex operating instructions when the UN dumps them here. These could resemble a list of a pet’s dietary needs, “Must have employment, language training, and men should immediately be promoted to the head of family structure to avoid anti-social behaviour and public disturbances. Please amend your society to accommodate this savage, warlike behaviour”.

Well, SALUMU, thanks to the international shifting of capital by a tiny percentage of the world’s richest we’re all in the same boat as to “unemployment” and the disappearance of the kind of blue-collar work that put men at a position of traditional influence in the family structure.

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This African is angry because of stuff

Although, it is equally courtesy of cultural Marxism that we have the academic and their political elites to thank for feminism, the dissolution of the family unit, and Waleed Aly.

Then again, aren’t those same cultural Marxists — who are your biggest apologists by the way — always arguing we live in a patriarchal society? In which case, we can scratch that one off the list.

“Kids are growing with very little structure within families, many of them don’t have male figures in their families,” he said. “Child protection laws are actually fuelling this crisis. There has got to be some understanding of the cultural background of people. In most African families, the rearing of the children is a little on the tough side rather than being very permissive.

“When that happens it is easy for child protection services to go in and qualify that as abuse and remove children from parents and that actually makes things worse. The children know they have a bit more power and a bit more rights and play with that.”

In other words, SALUMU, your people are naturally incompatible. The answer to ALL of their problems is to bite the hand that feeds them. Of course, you don’t mention how to African males, the concept of fidelity is like trying to figure out questions of quantum mechanics with a stick in the sand.

Mr Sharady is critical of attempts to dramatise the prevalence of the “Apex gang” which rose to notoriety after the Moomba riots in March but he conceded it is prevalent in Melbourne that young men and women meet up to steal cars and rob people.

Critical? As in sceptical? Yes, SALUMU, it’s all just an overreaction to a misunderstanding about what are, after all, elementary matters stemming from simple issues of cultural differences.

Crime generally in Victoria is up 12.3 per cent in the past year. Violent crime has increased, as has theft.

In the Greater Dandenong region, where the Apex gang took its name from a local street, more than 14,000 crimes of property, deception and crimes against people (assault) were committed in the year to March. The previous year fewer than 11,000 such offences were recorded. The rate is higher still in Latrobe.

Victoria was in the grip of a “crime crisis”, Liberal police spokesman Edward O’Donohue told The Australian, blaming Premier Daniel Andrews for “complete lack of leadership”.

“Clearly we need a multifaceted approach that deals with disengagement but we also need a strong message of deterrence with greater sanctions backed up by increased police resources to bring these offenders to justice.”

Disengagement? Perhaps the solution is a YOUTH FORUM. That will do the trick. Get all these Mogadishu Mobsters into one auditorium and TALK about their PROBLEMS. That is how you achieve a BIG FIX.

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The tough arm of the law: two pint-size girlie coppers using political correctness to deal with African street thugs

Because it’s not the thrill of crime and the absolute lack of any penalty for their actions that is to blame, it is D-I-S-E-N-G-A-G-E-M-E-N-T, which as we all know just requires a free hug and a listening ear.

The South Sudanese population in Victoria has grown sixfold since 2001 and there are now more than 7000 living in the area.

Victoria Police chief Graham Ashton said his force is “arresting the same young people again and again and again”.

Mr Sharady said bail laws, loosened under the Andrews government to make custody a last resort, “played in the minds of teenagers” who regard youth detention as “pretty much nothing”.

He said their fathers’ morale was also damaged by the struggle for even low-skilled work and payment of welfare mostly to mothers.

“So the mother becomes the breadwinner in that sense; the father can’t discipline their kids the way they wanted and a lot of the time they feel uncomfortable and useless, so they go back home,” he said.

Acting Police Minister Tim Pallas said increases in motor vehicle and burglary offences were part of a six-year trend, the government and police were “absolutely focused” on reversing.

“That’s why we’re funding hundreds more police, introducing new laws to target carjackers and home invaders, and also addressing how best we tackle youth recidivist offending in our ­community.”

OK, so “they go back home” do they? The whole point of being a refugee is that apparently the place where you’re coming from is TOO DANGEROUS to go back home. But clearly, this is not the case since the now jet-setting Sudanese man has the option of dumping his crime-prone children on Australia and flying back home to breed some more. If this is the case, then somebody somewhere is LYING to us.

Moreover, SALUMU, when our people arrived on these shores there was NOTHING. SQUAT. ZIP. NIL. NADA. SWEET BUGGER ALL. They were shackled in chains, whipped, beaten, starved, and had their feels hurt on a minute-by-minute basis. And the result of all those challenges is this nation — AUSTRALIA!

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This is how they deal with the slide of civilisation caused by African crime: they get a bunch of non-Whites together to “talk” — and give ’em all expensive phones

You, SALUMU are here because you cannot even live among your own race. Your state is a failure, and your failures are therefore linked to your race. Sadly, our country is now slipping into ruin because the people have been forced to accept you and all the other GIMMES like you.

There is a simple solution and that involves organising a fleet of aircraft to return all of you to the Sudan, along with every other troublesome “refugee” and migrant community in Australia, so we can get back to the business of pursuing our collective destiny and happiness free from the threat of becoming a victim of our own national generosity of spirit.

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Meanwhile, this is how the first arrivals were treated merely for pinching a slice of bread. Makes you really FEEL for how tough the Sudanese have it