There Are Now No African Gangs in Victoria

There Are Now No African Gangs in Victoria

African colonists are pushing back against Australia’s Prime Minister by forcing a revision of the Newspeak Dictionary:

Malcolm Turnbull [last] week criticised the Victorian Government for not doing more about Melbourne’s “growing gang violence and lawlessness”, and police on Tuesday said the city had a problem with a small number of African youth involved in gang behaviour.

South Sudanese community leader Richard Deng is having none of it:

He said it was limited to a “tiny number” of kids of African descent and he did not like to use the word “gangs”.

“To be honest with you there are no gangs in Victoria,” he said.

“There are just a group of young kids who are going together in a group and they are terrorising people because they are going in a group.”

The problem of gang violence has been solved. All that remains is group violence.

Serendipitously, Deng also cured gangrene. Now all we have to worry about is groupgrene.

The piece wraps up with one of most mind-numbingly moronic examples of relativism the liberal media has spat up yet. After acknowledging that aggravated burglaries by African welfare colonists are skyrocketing in Victoria, the piece concludes like this:

However, the statistics also show that a Victorian is more than 25 times more likely to be seriously assaulted by someone born in Australia or New Zealand than someone born in Sudan or Kenya.

Uncoincidentally, Victoria is located in Australia, not Africa.

The piece does not mention that a Kenyan is approximately 25,000,000,000,000,000,000 times more likely to be seriously assaulted by someone born in Africa than by someone born in the Antipodes.

On a tip from The Lieberal Media. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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