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Saturday, 7 March 2009

The Joys of Diversity & Cultural Enrichment (I)

This will be an occasional piece where, based on recent news stories, I allow my readers to decide which Western country is getting the most out of its immigration policies. This time there are 2 nominees; Australia and the United States.

1) Australia

The following (graphic) video shows a young man being subjected to a horrific assault by immigrant youths at a railway station in Sunshine, Melbourne (thanks to Vlad Tepes Blog):

You can find out more information about the perpetrators and their attitudes here.

2) United States

Saad Hussein, a refugee from Ethiopia, has been confined to a secure clinic since his arrest last month for sending letters to Barack Obama written in his own HIV-infected blood.

One letter was sent to Obama's office in Springfield, Illinois before his inauguration as president, and another was addressed to his Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.

Hussein's brother (no doubt also living on the generosity of the US taxpayer) insisted that Saad was an admirer of Obama, and just wanted tickets to the inauguration.

I think there's a lesson for us all there on the dangers of over-hyping something, but the question which troubles me most is if this is how this man expresses admiration, how does he act when he dislikes someone?

Saad will be assessed by a psychiatrist to see if he's fit to stand trial, but he's already being treated for mental illness. Sounds like letting him in is another class act by the US immigration authorities...


MK said...

You know i heard about the obama letter being send on the various headlines, but nothing after that. I guess when the criminal is a muslim fellow, it's not really of any interest, but if the media could have tied the fellow in any way to the conservative movement, i doubt that it would have been just swept away.

As for the train station story, that's a growing problem here in Australia, but as you probably know, it's not widely reported on. The leftist scumbags running the joint and the various buffoons in the media living in their multi-cultural fantasies don't want the sheeple getting wind of any of this.

The Venerable 1st Earl of Cromer said...


Thanks for stopping by.

I heard that Melbourne was having increasing problems with asylum seekers from Africa, especially at railway stations, but as you say it's not widely reported on.

Even the Cronulla (sp?) riots weren't widely reported here, neither is the unrest that regularly occurs in France.

The crazy thing is I reckon about 75% of my friends want to escape this country, and for most Australia is the first choice (nice weather, driving on the correct side of the road and all that).

I'd hate to see Australia end up the way we're going.

Kwelos said...

Everything you ever wanted to know about the religion of peace but were too politically correct to ask.