African gangs in Melbourne are a problem, police admit, as Victorian Government defends strategy

African gangs in Melbourne are a problem, police admit, as Victorian Government defends strategy, by Brad Ryan.

Victorian police have conceded Melbourne has a problem with African street gangs, after earlier insisting there were no gangs in the city, as the State Government rejects criticism it has dropped the ball on the problem.

A reader writes:

The Africans should be dealt with in such a manner that they understand fully that they either behave according to acceptable Australian norms or they’ll experience serious consequences.

The politicians and senior figures in the bureaucracy and media who allowed this to happen — by attempting to silence the voices who (a) pointed out what was really happening and (b) avoided doing anything about so as to be able to continue their virtue-signalling — should be sacked and replaced with people who are up to the task of dealing with the mess. You don’t ask those who’ve created a problem to solve it. You fire them and replace them.

If you can be bothered listening to the PC police making excuses: