A "Thank you for your kindness" to Australia -- from a charming black Muslim "refugee"
A Sudanese refugee who went on a sex crime spree soon after arriving in Melbourne in 2005 has been sentenced to 24 years' jail.
Hakeem Hakeem attacked three teenagers and an elderly woman a month after settling with his family in Dandenong. The 21-year-old raped one teenager in a Dandenong scout hall in March, 2005. The next day, he bashed and raped a 63-year-old woman in her home, and slashed her throat. On the third day, Hakeem forced a teenage girl and boy to have sex with each other and then he raped the girl, again in the Dandenong scout hall.
Hakeem's defence lawyer said he had been chroming, drinking and taking drugs before each attack. The judge at the Supreme Court said the indignities imposed on Hakeem's victims were grossly and utterly despicable. He sentenced him to 24 years jail with a non-parole period of 17 years.
HRC mulls legal action over Tamworth anti-refugee leaflets
Given the story above this one, not wanting more of the same is hardly unreasonable
The Human Rights Commission says a leaflet drop calling on the Tamworth community to resist the arrival of African refugees could be subject to legal action.
The Australia First Party has distributed thousands of the leaflets in Tamworth, in north-west New South Wales, alleging the council caved in to Commonwealth pressure by allowing Sudanese refugees to settle in the district. It says the new arrivals will bring violence, crime and disease to the community.
Human Rights Commissioner Graeme Innes says people objecting to the leaflet could potentially take the matter to court. "If they felt that it was incitement to racial hatred, [they] could lodge a complaint under the Race Discrimination Act," he said. "Then the Commission would investigate that complaint and attempt to resolve it by conciliation and if it wasn't resolved then the complainants would have the opportunity to resolve it in the Federal Court or the Federal Magistrates Court. "That's where the question of its lawfulness would be determined."
The Australia First Party says it would almost welcome being taken to court for distributing the pamphlets. The party's state president, Jim Saleam, says he believes in confronting the Commission at every opportunity. "This is Gestapo stuff, this is thought police stuff, in fact in some ways we would welcome if they did attempt to bring any member of the party up before these kangaroo courts," he said. "But naturally we are limited in what we can say publicly before the Gestapo brings the case."
Note that the Premier of NSW has confirmed in Parliament the health and crime problems with black African refugees. (See also the full Hansard transcript here). I say more about the policy issues of the matter here
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