Melbourne’s African Youth Rampage

“Stay inside and lock your doors.” This was the message police gave to terrified residents in Melbourne as gangs of African youths brawled, destroyed public property and attacked police.

Tell us again how Melbourne doesn’t have a problem with violent African gangs?

From the AustralianWritten by Samantha Hutchinson, Reported by Remy Varga.

Victoria Police have defended not arresting any of the dozens of youths of African appearance who set upon officers last, hurled rocks at their cars and smashing a windscreen, saying it was a short term tactical decision.

Police ordered people in ­Bronte Way, Taylors Hill, in Melbourne’s west, to lock their doors as they tried to gain control of a group that had gathered at about 7pm in a nearby park.

Projectiles, believed to be rocks, were hurled at officers and a police car was damaged before heavily armed specialist officers were called in.

Melbourne CBD and West Divisions Commander Tim Hansen said the gang of 100 were actually two groups who had met up to fight.

“It looked like it was two groups that had come together because of pre-existing tensions between the two groups and they had agreed to meet u[ there to have a fight initially,” he told 3AW.

Commander Hansen said the goal of police last night was to disperse the group.

“The short term objectives last night were to make the residents safe, and disperse that group and return a good order to that residential area.” he said.

He said an investigation was launched last night and police would be making moves today.

“I think you’ll find us moving through the western suburbs today at different times, speaking to people” he said. “I just want to reassure everyone we take a zero tolerance approach to this sort of behaviour.”

Taxi drivers were warned on their in-car message boards to avoid the area “due to a riot”.

No arrests had been made in the two hours after the violence broke out but police said they had “dispersed” the crowd.

One resident told the Herald Sun that police had told them the youths had gathered for “war”.

“I had to wait for (about) seven or eight to move from my driveway when I tried to drive into my garage,” a resident said.

Resident Peter Lazaridis told the Herald Sun he saw 30 youths of African appearance congregate at a local park. “I’m s**t scared,” Mr Lazaridis said

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11 replies
  1. David
    David says:

    Please explain why these unruly people are allowed to cause so much violence and chaos with the authorities allowing it all to happen with no arrests?
    Australia needs to nip this problem in the bud now: return these unsuitable people back to their own country of origin. There culture and abuse of Australia is unacceptable.

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  2. ROBERT
    ROBERT says:

    WHO IS THE MORON WHO GAVE ALL THESE UNEDUCATED DOLE BLUDGEING BLACK AFRICANS ENTRY INTO AUSTRALIA IN THE FIRST MUST HAVE SH%T FOR BRAINS OR JUST WORRIED ABOUT THE CUSHY SEAT IN PARLIAMENT AND WHEN THEY ARRIVE HERE SETTLE THEM IN THE CITY AND SUBURBS WITH NO PROSPECT OF GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT. .SEND ALL NEW MIGRANTS TO RURAL AND REMOTE AREAS, GOD YOU PEOPLE HAVE NOT ONE OUNCE OF BRAINS

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    • scott
      scott says:

      All part of the Globalist agenda to destroy western countries… The whole racist debate is a lie to completely remove white peoples rights to protect their history and culture.

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    • B Wood
      B Wood says:

      Hello Robert,
      I fully agree with your sentiments whole heartedly. The trouble is we live in a beautiful country area and I can tell you, we do not want them here either. There is not enough work for our own young ones let alone disruptive, lazy intruders that just won’t fit in. We already have a few black ones here and they are NOT good workers, as my son was working with one. Also I know for a fact that immigrants of a certain faith have changed the beautiful country town of Young. We have friends who live close by and they said the tone of the place has changed – and not for the better. Immigration is NOT working.

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  3. Ricardo Anasco
    Ricardo Anasco says:

    I’m sooo angry at all this; these people have no respect for anybody; I think that we should send them back to their country but with the complete family and I think that when you do 1, 2 or 3 the rest will think four times before they even look bad at anybody. I’m so grateful to Australia that give me a place of peace, a good way of life and I will give my life for Australia and for Australians and if it is up to me these people will not stay in Australia more than a week and anybody that do not like Australia, Australians and our way of life they can pack up and live before you keep poisoning this Beautiful Country with your ideas and “so call culture”, this is our culture and if you do not like it get out of here, we do not have and will not change our culture to accommodate you, we give you a place of peace and you do not like it so go back to your culture and your country and let us continuos be in peace and a good democracy; (something that you don’t understand).

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  4. Denis Mouttet
    Denis Mouttet says:

    Welcome to African culture. We have brought this on ourselves and this is just the beginning. We’ve not seen the worst yet. Believe me, I have lived among these people before migrating to Australia 32 years ago. It is a cultural thing. These people who are welcomed here as so-called refugees will drag our country and our way of life into the mud. Violence is their way of life and they always want something for nothing. Members of these gangs should be deported before the rot actually steps in. Get them out. On the other hand, the Chinese and Indians are productive people. That is part and parcel of their culture and, selectively, I am not against their migration although I feel that too should be controlled. We are on the brink of losing our Australian way of life. Open your eyes and look around you. Let your political representatives know that enough is enough.

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  5. Gary Laidlaw
    Gary Laidlaw says:

    What do expect from a people with an average I Q of low 70s ( check it out on google ) also professor Philip Rushton & Dr Richard Lyn.
    Why do the politicians with the police call them African appearance ? They are Africans

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  6. Scott Dixon
    Scott Dixon says:

    Unfortunately Australias politicians of either persuasion have sunk to a level where they will do anything for you as long as you ARE NOT AUSTRALIAN. In the Austraia of today the only people with rights are criminals and politicians, victims have NONE. If we had taken the correct action and immediately at the first sign of lawlessness deported those we have very generously offered asylum these problems would not exist. To watch the police making excuses and defending thes pieces of human excrement makes one ashamed to call youself Australian.

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  7. Danny Kooyong
    Danny Kooyong says:

    Any migrant who commits a violent or major crime should be automatically deported to their country of origin.
    No doubt, I’ll be voting PHON in the upcoming Vic election.

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