Police admit: Sudanese 44 times more likely to break law, by Andrew Bolt.
After years of evasions, Victoria Police reveals the full catastrophe of the Howard Government’s decision to let in poorly educated Sudanese refugees from tribal war zones who’d struggle to fit in.
Sudanese make up just 0.11 per cent of Victoria’s population but 4.8 per cent of aggravated burglary offenders.
That makes them 44 times more likely to break the law.
Then there are these statistics: “But Sudanese youths were vastly over-represented in the 2015 data, responsible for 7.44 per cent of home invasions, 5.65 per cent of car thefts and 13.9 per cent of aggravated robberies, despite Sudanese-born citizens making up about 0.11 per cent of Victoria’s population.”
Nearly 70 times more likely, then, to commit a home invasion than are Australian-born youths.
Yes, most Sudanese do not break the law. Yes, it is nice to help the victims of war. But why have we put so many Victorians in danger by letting in people who so plainly would struggle to adapt?
And why the years of falsehoods and coverup? …
The ABC presents the PC narrative instead of the truth:
The ABC has also consistently tried to ignore, hide or diminish the problem with specious arguments like this: “Commentators have linked a recent spate of crimes to the so-called Apex gang, heightening anti-migration rhetoric, but police statistics show most home invasions, car thefts and aggravated robberies are committed by people born in Australia.”
Of course most such crimes are committed by the dominant demographic, but note the evasions. First, how many of those born in Australia are actually born to Sudanese parents? Second, and more relevant: what is the crime rate of each ethnic group?
And who was responsible?
Meanwhile the ABC continues to hire — and never, ever questions — the Minister who so foolishly let in so many Sudanese who would obviously struggle to fit in. And to this day, Amanda Vanstone is hailed by the Left as the more compassionate of the Liberal immigration ministers, despite having helped to unleash mayhem.