‘..(The) immigration affairs minister, Kevin Andrews, …had been gradually cutting our intake of refugees from Somalia and Sudan for some time… (and was pilloried as a racist for it. kg)
…..But perhaps the most crucial rebuke came from (Victorian Chief Commissioner Christine) Nixon….
”Those Sudanese refugees are actually under-represented in the crime statistics.” Note: under-represented…
It took more than a year – until this week, in fact, – for me to belatedly decide to check Nixon’s figures, that had persuaded me and many others to hit Andrews rather than heed him….
Last year Nixon told us Sudanese refugees, if not all African refugees, were “under-represented in the crime statistics”. In fact, we now know they’re over-represented—by as much as eight times.
Today, an admission:
SUDANESE and Somali-born Victorians are about five times more likely to commit crimes than the wider community, a trend that must be addressed to prevent Cronulla-style social unrest, police warn. The most common crimes committed by Somali and Sudanese-born Victorians are assault and robbery, illustrating the trend towards increasingly violent robberies by disaffected African youths…’ via Andrew Bolt
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