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Black crime gangs in Victoria is the premier’s doing!

Black crime gangs in Victoria are Premier Andrews’ doing!

Who is more dangerous to public safety in Victoria, black gangs or Premier Daniel Andrews?

If this shocking state of law and order in Victoria is not affirmation of an incompetent fool at the helm, good people need to know what is. As, Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, who has also been lobbied over the issue, weighed in yesterday, saying the crisis was ultimately a state “problem of (Premier) Daniel Andrews’ making”.

Victorian federal cabinet ministers are urging the Prime Minister to intervene in the state’s youth crime crisis, expressing to him growing frustration over the ­Andrews government’s management of law and order following a spree of violent incidents involving African gangs.

Source: News Corp

Plea to Turnbull: smash the gangs

At least a dozen Victorian-based federal MPs, including the cabinet ministers, have ­approached the Prime Minister in recent months to discuss what they believe has ­become “the No 1” issue affecting the state.
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton, who has also been lobbied over the issue, weighed in yesterday, saying the crisis was ultimately a state “problem of (Premier) Daniel Andrews’ making”.
“NSW, Queensland and other states don’t have this problem,” he told The Australian. “Premier ­Andrews has lost control of law and order in Victoria and he needs to clean it up.”
The Victorian-based politicians, who are understood to have included Energy and Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg, Health Minister Greg Hunt, Revenue and Financial Services Minister Kelly O’Dwyer and ­Assistant Minister to the Treasurer Michael Sukkar, asked Mr Turnbull to investigate further ways in which the commonwealth could assist.

Proposals flagged include toughening immigration laws and funding a joint task force of Australia Federal Police and Victoria Police officers to tackle youth gang-related crime.
Revelations of the pleas — along with calls by federal Liberal MP and former police officer Jason Wood for funding for a squad of AFP officers to help deal with the crisis — come in the wake of numerous violent incidents across Melbourne in the lead-up to Christmas.
Rocks and metal poles were thrown at police who attended an out-of control house party held in Werribee two weeks ago. Terrified neighbours reported that up to 70 youths of African appearance, some thought to be linked to a gang known as Menace To ­Society, were involved in the riot that left a police officer injured.
Meanwhile, CCTV footage of a police officer allegedly being ­assaulted while attempting to ­arrest a shoplifter at the Highpoint Shopping Centre on Boxing Day sparked community outrage.
Mr Frydenberg said crime rates were of “deep concern” to all Victorians. The Kooyong MP confirmed that several discussions with the Prime Minister had taken place. “This has become the No 1 issue in Victoria,” he said.
“The rise of ethnic gangs, crimes against property, aggravated assaults and home invasions has put fear into the public like never before.
“Clearly more needs to be done and there needs to be zero tolerance for these crimes.”
While crime across the state has fallen slightly overall, several violent offences have continued to rise at an alarming rate. Aggravated residential burglaries ­jumped 11.1 per cent last year, while aggravated robbery rose 8.3 per cent amid a spate of mobile phones snatched on the street.
Adding further to the Andrews government’s woes is the perception that some within the Labor Party and law enforcement are ­unwilling to face up to the severity of the issue.
Official figures from Victoria’s Crime Statistics Agency reveal that men of Sudanese or South ­Sudanese origin were six times more likely to be arrested by police than anyone who was born in Australia.
As analysis by The Weekend Australian showed most of the 17 offenders of Sudanese, South ­Sudanese or Kenyan descent sentenced for violent crimes in the past year were given average or below-average sentences.
In one case, a man with 15 prior convictions was given a 188-day sentence and $100 fine for theft and affray after using a stolen knife to stab another man in a brawl.
The sentences — lashed by Victoria’s police union boss Wayne Gatt and Victims of Crime Commissioner Greg Davies — are ­expected to be used as ammunition by the state Liberal opposition, which has promised to introduce mandatory minimum sentencing if elected.
One federal cabinet minister, who also confirmed that the Victorian crime problem had been raised in cabinet meetings by Victorian MPs, said Mr Turnbull ­appeared to be receptive to their concerns and asked to be kept abreast of the issue.
A spokesman for Mr Turnbull declined to comment on whether he was considering further interventions but stressed that keeping Australians safe was a priority.
“The Prime Minister shares the concerns of his Victorian colleagues,” the spokesman said, pointing to previous funding that was allocated to enable the AFP to provide Victorian police access to its forensic and intelligence capability to help combat gang-related crime.
The AFP works closely with Victoria Police via the National Anti Gangs Squad.
In 2016 the Turnbull government provided a further $39 million to the squad, of which several million went to the Victorian strike team.
State Police Minister Lisa Neville yesterday defended the government’s record, saying anyone found guilty of a crime “regardless of their nationality” should expect “to feel the full force of the law”.
She said Victoria Police had referred 18 non-Australian citizens who committed crimes to the federal government for visa cancellation over the past year.

{ 29 comments… add one }
  • Aktosplatz 01/01/2018, 9:30 am

    At least the Prime Minister shares the concerns of his Victorian Colleagues. OK, What’s next?

    (Don’t hold your breath).

    Law abiding citizens in these “war zones” (that’s what they are becoming) should combine with each other and form some definite Safety Plans, guns are obviously not allowed but there are other ways to hit back and hard!)

    • TommyGun 02/01/2018, 12:22 pm

      I’ve been listening to the usual Talking Heads on the radio while driving today. Pathetic bunch of muppets. Bleating that there “isn’t a gang problem” and in the same sentence revealing how they recently formed an “African Crime Gang Unit” to address the issue.
      There were some real gems, such as: “this is not a recent issue…it’s been happening for some years” (and so you just chose to ignore it??)
      “Our strong response has been based on 3 recent events”…(and then proceeds to describe 5.)
      “Lack of funding for the Police has been a real issue.”….(I would suggest if the bloody rock-apes were deported, the police wouldn’t need extra funding!)
      “the VAST MAJORITY of Africans here are law-abiding people.”….(Yes, numpty. Heard it so many times I’m going to vomit. I don’t care about the law-abiding ones; it’s the GANGS I’m worried about.)
      And so on…ad nauseam.

  • Albert 01/01/2018, 10:00 am

    From what I have seen of Daniel Andrews I don’t believe he is capable of absorbing the criticism nor understanding the depth of the rot that has rendered law and order absolutely useless in Victoria. His wonderful all black police uniforms that even sport a black tie say it all about the Gestapo thinking and deliberately false propaganda style that is now standard practice within both the government and police command.

    The unbelievably stupid comments of Police Victoria’s command are brain numbing and they expect the general public to believe the absolute piffle and outright lies the come from them. Those fools say they would come down very hard on vigilante groups while they do everything to encourage such groups.

  • Crankykoala 01/01/2018, 11:02 am

    Once upon a time Victorian police shot first and asked questions later now, no doubt as directed by their superiors, they don’t even wield their batons, employ capsicum spray or tasers they ” tactically” withdraw. Any wonder the scum do what they like. Get the SAS in for a few weeks, good training for them, and they will – given an open go – sort out these lowlife bastards.

    • Bwana Neusi 01/01/2018, 1:34 pm

      Categorise any incident as a terrorist act and then move in the SAS in their anti terrorist capacity.
      In any incident arrest everyone involved and hold them for the minimum seven days before deprting them on mass.
      This also applies to Antifa hurling missiles or even out of control parties.

      • TommyGun 01/01/2018, 5:17 pm

        Cory Bernardi….time to stand up and offer a Federal solution to this problem. Victorian Govt is incapable of doing so. Jug Head is living in La La Land.
        Mass deportation sounds like a permanent solution.

  • Biking Voter 01/01/2018, 11:29 am

    Why would anyone expect Malcolm the Magnificent to be more proactive in this instance when in every other circumstance he has waffled and withered. He can’t even begin to ascertain the legality of his own cabinet, so how is going to tackle black Africoon yoof that is running rampant while thumbing its nose at authorities.

  • GTD 01/01/2018, 12:19 pm

    The Do NOTHING waffler will exactly that. NOTHING .
    Jug ears and his police service will continue to lie to the people.
    Hear NO evil, See NO evil, Speak NO evil.
    Funny I hear NUFFINK from Bull Shitten . Crickets

    • Bob 01/01/2018, 12:28 pm

      Of course Bull Shitten is not alienating comrade Dan to even comment one way or another to the ‘ Kaffir ‘ problem

  • Greg 01/01/2018, 12:36 pm

    Here we go again. We “sympathise with the Victorian public” etc etc but there is always someone else to blame. What we should be asking is “who is responsible for selecting the ‘refugees’ and what are they told before letting them loose on the public”? Why don’t we insist that obeying the law is a prerequisite to residency here? Nah, the Greens won’t have a bar of that. Someone needs to put his/her hand up and do something.

    • TommyGun 01/01/2018, 5:19 pm

      We can ask those questions, Greg, but they will never be answered.
      The top bureaucrats and public servants will close ranks and not rat each other out.
      The politicians responsible (Rudd/Gillard/Rudd era) would have largely flown the coop (and the trough).

      • Greg 01/01/2018, 9:06 pm

        Right, TG, but if we don’t ask the questions, we can’t insist on a response. Of course they will protect each other, but we need to start and keep pushing.

  • Graham 01/01/2018, 3:11 pm

    Andrews looks like what he is, a buffoon. Completely clueless.
    A spokesman for the PM refused to confirm if the PM is considering intervention, translated means the Turnip is doing what he does best..dithering or nothing.

    • Graham Richards 01/01/2018, 5:48 pm

      Andrews is not a buffoon. He is carrying out ( UN ) policies which have been adopted by the left in this country. That is to carry on importing as many 3rd world migrants as possible. Turnbull would never admit it but he also supports those policies. It is only the ever diminishing conservative coalition MPs that prevent him going down the same path.
      Obama in fact signed agreements with the UN to enforce policies allowing unfettered illegal immigrants. It’s a socialist thing which needs to be exposed. I’d love to see an investigation into all the New World Order policies that our governments have signed up to & are implementing by stealth. Results of such investigations MUST be made public.

      • Aktosplatz 01/01/2018, 9:22 pm

        I wonder, sometimes if our National Debt has a role in this. It says in the Bible that the Borrower is Servant to the Lender.

        Are we so indebted to Lenders that much that we had to sign the Paris Agreement, and we have to accept feral refugees?

        We don’t know the Full Terms and Conditions of our borrowings.

        Maybe we are seeing some of the terms and conditions in these destructive measures the government is following.

      • luk1955 02/01/2018, 6:48 am

        This all comes back to UNIDROIT, which you can look up on a search. The imposition of commercial law and the rescinding of public law, on which our Constitution is based. ALL government officials are required to support UNIDROIT, and will be in dire danger if they do not. That’s why they close ranks. UNIDROIT is also pitting groups in society against each other to divide us and remove our control, safety, and unique cultural outlook in favor of the one world hitleresque agenda. This all started in March 1975. You won’t find anything about this in MSM but you can find out on YT and alternate news sites.
        GR is spot on.

      • Aktosplatz 02/01/2018, 10:31 am

        John Howard said that ‘We will decide who comes to this country’,and he maintained that stance.

        He also made sure we had no National Debt then.

  • Ex ADF 01/01/2018, 8:05 pm

    If PM Trumble reads this it ain’t Dans fault, it is the Federal Govt bringing in more and more of these neanderthal apes.

    • Albert 02/01/2018, 7:16 am

      And is it “Dan’s” job to keep them under control in Victoria. At that he is failing big time proving that he is as dopey as his police command and incapable of gaining and maintaining control even in a kindergarten.

  • Graham Richards 01/01/2018, 10:12 pm

    The IMF / Worlld bank can’t wait to declare a single world currency. That’s gong to be the death knell!
    Funny old world this, us sitting with a Goldman Sachs man at the helm!

  • Pensioner Pete 02/01/2018, 6:39 am

    This is beyond stupid. Quote from Channel 9 News: “However, Victorian Police Minister Lisa Neville said there was “no intelligence” to suggest that “Menace To Society” was a gang.” Unquote. This idiot Minister should be sacked on the spot.

    • Albert 02/01/2018, 7:18 am

      PP, Lisa Neville is right, there is no intelligence either in the government or the police command.

  • Jarrah 02/01/2018, 10:24 am

    I have always considered Daniel Andrews to be Malcolm Turnbull’s long-lost younger brother, they share so many personality traits, one of those being complete idiots. Turnbull, like Andrews, is a major part of the problem, not a solution to it. Politically we need to go back to the drawing board, the clowns in charge of the political circus are out of their depth and do not have our backs.

    • TommyGun 02/01/2018, 12:25 pm

      Attention: Lennon Bros. called the Victorian Govt. They want their clowns back.

  • Philip 02/01/2018, 3:28 pm

    A few good comments here but mostly a case of closing the gate after the horse has bolted. Close our borders completely to people who are not going to contribute to the Australian way of life. In this case the Somalians. I understand that there are a lot of problems in Somalia but that is not a function of the geography, it is a result of the actions of the people who live there. Why the hell did some ideological goat in Government think it would be a good idea to bring those people along with their destructive attitudes over to Australia?

    How about we set a few standards for people who wish to migrate over here. 1.Speak English. 2.Have a trade or marketable skill. 3. No previous criminal record. 4. Put up a returnable bond to pay for any welfare requirements over the first 5 years.
    Any body who turns up uninvited should be sent back to their last known port and let that country deal with them.

  • Ibbit 03/01/2018, 9:19 am

    Without a doubt, Daniel Andrews. Would be no black crime gangs if they had a halfway decent premier of the ilk of the late Sir Henry Bolte who would have had their guts for garters quick smart – police and all for not doing their jobs.

  • Rubyred 03/01/2018, 9:37 am

    Why bother to make a plea to the Govt? They are more interested in a Socialist Republic “paradise”. I just hope that one or more of the bedwetters is confronted by one of these terrifying looking black African gangs to jolt them out of their Socialist fantasies. Just the look of them is enough to give you nightmares.

  • Botswana O'Hooligan 03/01/2018, 10:58 am

    Blitzem wasp spray from Bunnings has a range of four metres in still air. Three enterprising chaps, one proudly showing me a tomahawk, greeted me one evening long ago in downtown Siberia and gave me the option of making a monetary donation or something else. A can of pepper spray convinced them otherwise and they entertained me with some impromptu ethnic folk dancing. Just why we cannot use capsicum spray here eludes me, especially we older people who are no longer able to defend ourselves.

  • sheldon 03/01/2018, 3:45 pm

    The FIT and PROPER AUSSIE CONTRACT ..for those who want the privilege of being Aussie.
    1. Speak english
    2. If you break the law in the first 5 years or any of your family so as to include your kids (from drink driving up ) your OUT
    2. No welfare for the first 5 years (half price for Medicare ) .. If you can,t afford to support yourself and family . your OUT
    3. If you have lied on any forms you have submitted to come here this is breaking your contract therefore are not a FIT and PROPER AUSSIE anymore . your OUT

    please help us AUSSIES draw up this contract ..
    if you’ve been here for a while and you have personell items you have acumulated and you have broken your contract , we let you have your clothes and we Auction of your items it will help us pay of our debt ..
    please add other items to the contract.
    THANKYOU

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