The following clip of present day Paris I got via Maggies Farm
Here in Melbourne in the bright and shining socialist state of Victoria we are having our own taste of the culture enrichers with Melbourne crime being described by a career cop as the worst he has seen in 40 years.
Ron Iddles, a former homicide squad detective and outgoing secretary of the Police Association of Victoria, said a shortage of police officers and “weak” judges have paved the way for the rise in aggressive crime.
Really, Ron? You reckon its just weak judges and not enough cops? What else has changed in the city during that time? Come on, come on – think about it. I’ll give you a hint. Consider the demographics that we deal with now as opposed to those carefree sunny days when you first joined the force.
Iddles said the rise of the Apex gang, a youth street gang notorious for stealing cars and breaking into homes in Melbourne, was particularly concerning.
“With the youth crime and the Apex gang and all that, it is just a total lack of respect but also it becomes a competition about how they can break into houses. It becomes like a badge of honor with groups stealing cars and (competing to steal the most),” he said.
Ooooh … the Apex Gang. Now we’re getting warmer. From what shores do those young men originate from, dare my I ask? Why, from that oasis of light, culture, and civilization – South Sudan. To the bleeding hearts this is merely a result of Westerners “failing to understand” the complex issues these young men must deal with. After all, it must be highly traumatic to have to move from a country where a good day is not getting shot in the face to somewhere like Australia. To multicultural delusionists this is known as a failure to fit in.
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.
Africa Media Australia? There’s the start of our problem right there. You’re not in fucking Africa anymore, you berk. Or perhaps you are …
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 report goes on to quote a local police chief who states that they are arresting the same thugs again and again. In South Sudan these playful young men would be disciplined by the local Big Man. He would put a bullet in the head of the one that was the biggest threat to his own power and then utilize the rest for his own ends.
In a sane society the solution would be simple. Deport any individual convicted of a serious crime back to South Sudan, along with his entire family. The first time that happened all of this would stop. You have to give people incentives to police their own.
But why not go one better and not end up with this problem in the first place? The streets of Paris are the next step along this line. As for the final step on the journey, well, that’s easy. It’s South Sudan. After all, if you import Africans you’re gonna eventually get Africa.