Criminal migrants don’t deserve to live here

Caption: Look at all those children.

While Melbourne has for months been in the grip of a crime wave perpetrated by mostly African migrant gangs, the socialist Andrews state government has steadfastly denied that the problem even exists. Despite clear statistical evidence that Africans are grossly over-represented in many categories of violent crime, as well as violent public rampages by African gangs, the Andrews government has pursued a limp-wristed policy of no arrests and light sentences.

Prime minister Scott Morrison’s federal government is finally taking some of the action that the Andrews government is too weak or too venal to do for itself. Quote:

Thousands of foreign thugs and sex offenders are set to be kicked out of Australia under tougher new visa-cancelling and deportation laws.

The new legislation, which could be introduced by the Morrison Government as early as this week, will apply to more criminals than the previous law.

Currently, non-citizens can have their visas cancelled if they’re found guilty of a serious crime and jailed for 12 months or more, but the new law will change that.

Under the new law, anyone found guilty of an offence for which they can be jailed for two years or more – even if they escape a jail term – can have their visa cancelled.

This tougher new visa-scrapping legislation also applies to anyone – including children – who has been found guilty of a crime and jailed for less than 12 months. End of quote.

Those “children” would include hulking 17 year olds who invade homes and bash terrified residents, and get bailed time and again. Because they’re “children”, donchaknow? Quote:

Former Victoria Police officer and now chairman of the Federal Joint Standing Committee on Migration, Jason Wood…said far too many thugs and offenders of gang-related crimes were evading jail time and visa cancellation due to the current 12 month minimum sentence law.

Mr Wood said a ‘no age’ restriction clause was also necessary in the revamped legislation because too many of those committing the crimes were aged under 18.

The new law will cover sex offences, domestic violence, breaching an apprehended violence order, car-jackings, home invasions and possession of dangerous weapons. End of quote.

Coincidentally, mostly crimes where migrants are over-represented in crime statistics. Quote:

Sudanese-born Isaac Gatkuoth, who was found guilty of car-jacking at gunpoint, has already had his visa revoked – but the tougher law will target more crooks.

Another offender to have his visa cancelled was Iranian refugee Behzad Bashiri.

Bashiri was eventually deported after he threatened to commit terrorist offences after a judge gave him a light sentence for threatening to burn down a building.

Mr Wood believes if a migrant is found guilty of a serious crime ‘most Australians would want that person sent back to where they came from’…’It’s about protecting Australians from violent and sexual offenders who aren’t Australians,’ he said…Information provided by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission revealed only six of the 60 Apex gang members in Victoria were born in Australia, he said. End of quote.

Another consideration should be revoking the citizenship of criminal migrants, especially for terrorism sentences. Quote:

‘We need to send a powerful message to the people that we allow into Australia that being here is a privilege and that privilege can and will be removed if they commit serious offences here,’ he said. End of quote.


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