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Sudanese Richard Deng calls for Turnbull and Dutton to be deported

Sudanese Richard Deng calls for Turnbull and Dutton to be deported

From the woodwork they come to change us!

As reported in The Australian today, the stupid talk from Sudanese mouthpiece Richard Deng about deporting Mr Turnbull and Mr Dutton sheds a light on Deng’s political affiliation with the Labor Party. “Questions have arisen over Mr Deng’s ties to the Victorian Labor Party. He has been photographed several times with the Labor candidate for the state seat of Tarneit and took several selfies with Bill Shorten as recently as December. Mr Deng wrote on his Facebook page about the Opposition Leader’s Christmas party for his Moonee Valley branch on December 14 and signalled his support for both Mr Shorten and several Labor candidates standing in November’s Victorian state election.”

Just like the other loud-mouth Onus-Williams, Deng’s big mouth is way out of control. The two, however, have something in common, they both have their snouts in the taxpayers’ trough. Deng works at the department of human services Victoria since February 2017. See the video at bottom.

Source: News Corp

Dutton and Turnbull need to be deported, says African leader

A major figure in Melbourne’s South Sudanese community promised political retribution yesterday against the Liberal Party for its handing of this summer’s African youth crime crisis.
South Sudanese Community Association spokesman Richard Deng has been the public face of Melbourne’s African community leaders during a month dominated by coverage of robberies, bashing and public brawls allegedly caused by African youth violence.
Mr Deng told a crowd outside Victoria’s State Library yesterday he would mobilise against politicians he said were playing up the threat of youth crime, including Malcolm Turnbull and Home ­Affairs Minister Peter Dutton.
“Peter Dutton and Malcolm Turnbull, you need to be deported,” he said at the No Racism: Stop Criminalising Our African Communities rally.
“We are all Australians … if you do not stop what are you doing, we are going to send you back to where you come from.”
Mr Deng told The Australian he would continue to “reply” to the Prime Minister and Mr Dutton if they continued to campaign on youth-crime issues but would not say whether he was prepared to campaign formally against the Liberals at the next state and federal elections.
“They are playing political games and it is not right … we were not prepared for what they said over the summer,” he said.
“We have to defend ourselves.”
The rally of several hundred anti-racism and left-wing activists did not compare in size to the reportedly 60,000-strong march against Australia Day last month.
Victorian Greens leader Samantha Ratnam, various trade unionists and several young activists spoke at the rally, which travelled to the Victorian Liberal Party’s headquarters in Bourke Street.
A few hours later, a bigger gathering took place at St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral where Archbishop Philip Freier led a “healing service” for Melbourne’s South Sudanese community.
Archbishop Freier attacked politicians and the media on Thursday for “exaggerating” the youth-crime crisis but his sermon yesterday was more focused on uniting the community and included prayers for victims of youth violence. He said as the victim of an armed robbery, he knew “very well how deep the emotional scars can be after such a traumatic experience”.
Victoria Police deputy commissioner Andrew Crisp, who said early last month there was not a gang problem, also spoke at the service and said police did not want to lock up young people.
“We don’t shy away from that commitment to investigating crime and arresting those responsible … but we want to work with churches … we don’t want to lock people up,” he said.
“We especially don’t want to lock young people up.”
Anglican charity The Brotherhood of St Laurence has spent $10,000 on a social media campaign to combat racism towards African youth.

{ 21 comments… add one }
  • TommyGun 06/02/2018, 7:03 am

    Another Labor import that is now rusted-on Labor-for-Life.
    Let it flap it’s trap some more and see what happens.
    Someone will shut it.

    • Joe Blogs 06/02/2018, 7:46 am

      Dang! That’s be a ding-dong bla, er, blue.

  • Muphin 06/02/2018, 7:42 am

    I’m not so sure about deporting Dutton.

    As for Turnbull, my wish is that he disappear up his own glow, then we can deport him.

  • Joe Blogs 06/02/2018, 7:45 am

    “From the woodpile – er, woodwork – they come to change us!”

    Hey, Dung. Piss off back to the shithole you came from.

  • bushwanker 06/02/2018, 8:28 am

    I never cease to be amazed by the futile attempts of the Christian clergy to boost their numbers by trying to convert filthy barbaric Muslims. Muslims already know they can sexually assault/rape young kids without having to be taught by the Christian clergy.

  • Ibbit 06/02/2018, 8:42 am

    Well, how about this? If anybody should be deported it is this Deng bloke for what the Sudanese community are doing – many of them – crime-wise in Melbourne and along with Deng, Shorten for giving succour to this type of person. Shorten is clearly unfit to be PM of this country as he is a traitor, free speech or not, and should be dealt with as such.
    Funny thing is if any of the rest of us dared to say such a thing about Sudanese types such as Deng we would be screamed at by no less a person that the current PM who should be speaking out against this sort of rubbish. But then I suppose he thinks it is just that, rubbish, and unworthy of words from his lofty personage. If that is the case he should start thinking again because Australia is full of idiots currently who are prepared to follow where other idiots lead and don’t care what mayhem they cause.
    Given the above, the government should be thinking twice about letting so many immigrants into the Country for reasons other than very clear ones like infrastructure and so on.

  • John Klasen 06/02/2018, 8:54 am

    When these youths commit mayhem deport the lot mothers fathers siblings uncles aunties then they might get the message to control their kids or they all pay the price for these scum.

    • bushwanker 06/02/2018, 9:49 am

      Sadly, as a UN human rights signatory we are banned from applying ‘collective punishment’ to these filthy Muslim barbarians but having said that, Israel has used collective punishment very effectively against the families of Palestinian terrorists by demolishing the houses of the terrorists families so perhaps we should take a leaf out of their book.

      • Albert 06/02/2018, 12:32 pm

        BW, if the politicians had any backbones at all they would tell the UN to shove it. Let’s stop making excuses for not doing this or that to stop the rot and get on with cleaning this country up and getting rid of the criminal dead wood families and all.

  • Lorraine 06/02/2018, 9:38 am

    How dare he. He has been given a start in Australia . Malcolm Turnbull and Peter Dutton are Ministers of the Crown. Open your eyes Deng , Sudanese youth are out of control, they are thugs and they should be deported along with you and their parents that continue to house and protect them

    • Albert 06/02/2018, 12:35 pm

      He dares Lorraine because none of the authorities in this country will do a damn thing about it. If you said the things that these imported bozos say the AFP and that ignorant peasant Soupspoon would be all over you like a rash.

  • Jarrah 06/02/2018, 11:44 am

    Another ungrateful import from a third world sh*thole who seems to think his Sudanese brothers and sisters are being hard done by, a male version of Yassmin the big mouth. Why are we letting them in here, it is causing division in the eyes of the majority while the activists and snowflakes keep pushing the barrow for them. Something has to change otherwise Australia will soon be turned into a sh*thole by these ungrateful dysfunctional people that do not seem to want to assimilate, aided and abetted by weak lily-livered politicians. Then there is the Victorian Police Commissioner saying “we do not want to lock these young people up” meanwhile houses are still getting broken into and the violent crimes continue. We need an uprising in this country.

    • Joe Blogs 06/02/2018, 4:50 pm

      Yes – an uprising to give the upstarts their comeuppance.

    • Bwana Neusi 20/02/2018, 1:39 pm

      Have you noticed the similarity with big lips and expansive teeth. Dung Dick could be her brother or uncle perhaps.

  • Aktosplatz 06/02/2018, 12:01 pm

    Hard to respond to this BS. Any immigrant who indulges in crime for whatever reason should be deported immediately.

    A normal Government is supposed to exercise ‘Duty of Care’ towards its own citizens first.

    But of course we don’t have a normal government.

  • Ex ADF 06/02/2018, 11:25 pm

    Well, I guess that waking up each morning and looking into the mirror constantly reaffirms he is a black African and not an Australian. What a tosser!

  • Jarrah 20/02/2018, 7:09 am

    He is no more Australian than I am Sudanese. In my mind he will never be Australian, he is just another loudmouth import trying to tell us what to do, he is a male version of Yassmin, the mouth of Luna Park, who should just keep his big mouth shut. The Sudanese here in Australia are like oil and water, they do not mix, they are ungrateful.

  • Maryanne 20/02/2018, 8:33 am

    Why are there any Sudanese in Australia? If Sudan is at war why don’t why find safety in neighbouring African countries? Oh I forgot – no sugar on the table in Africa. They’d be expected to work.

  • Honeybadger 20/02/2018, 8:40 am

    The Brotherood St Laurence just squandered $10000 on perpetuating Deng*s South Sudanese propaganda on ‘Africa Media Australia’ . Shame on them. The Uniting church is just as bad with banners of Welcome Refugees, people just like us. I beg to differ. Anyway dressed in a respectable suit and tie, this guy Deng spouts the usual victim cliches and as other posters have pointed out, has nothing positive to say about this country and shows no gratitude. Unfathomable why they are amongst us.

  • Jack Richards 20/02/2018, 9:23 am

    They should never have been allowed in this country. Everywhere they go, crime and ghettoization is sure to follow – plus endless welfare dependence for generation after generation.

  • acolyte 20/02/2018, 9:36 am

    Just look at the mess made in African nations when ruled by Black Africans. Now South Africa is going the way of forcing whites off their property.

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