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Bowled him Bob, middle stump
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Originally posted by Baghdad Bob Baghdad Bob wrote:

Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Dear Bob, please check Meghan thread.

I did 7.50 am & 8.49 am this morning 


So me pointing out Tigga's hypocrisy makes me a hypocrite?

How does that work? I haven't called out anyone for not being able to eat and chew gum, he did. Wink
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Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

Originally posted by TIGER TIGER wrote:

Just kids/teens/men having fun huh PT


While Australia burns, you have time for your race nonsense?

It's good news PT!

... if they are robbing bottle shops and assaulting people, they are not lighting fires.

I blame the rain.
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Take a look at these skallywags!Pig

Hey PT, it looks like they came straight from volunteering at the bushfires, what with all that soot on their faces, eh man!Big smile

They are not even trying to pretend now these lawless Black African Youth Gang cup cakes!!Angry

They know that Dan Andrews and his Socialist ALP/Greens Coalition will do nothing.

Witness appeal following armed robbery on Pakenham/Cranbourne line train

Sunday, 12 January 2020 16:24

Transit Crime Investigation Unit detectives are hoping to identify three males following an armed robbery on a city bound train on 31 December 2019.

Police have been told three males approached a male passenger while in transit between Yarraman Railway Station and Sandown Park Railway Station about 5pm.

The group threatened the 16-year-old victim and made demands for his Nike jacket and cash.

One of the male offenders, who was carrying a bum bag, opened it and threatened to use a large knife inside.

The victim complied and the offenders took off with his jacket and cash.

The group got off at Springvale Railway Station and boarded a Chelsea 902 bus.

Police have released images of three males they believe may be able to assist with their investigation.

One male is perceived as African in appearance, thin build, and was wearing a black Nike jacket, ripped jeans and a black cap.

The second male is perceived as African in appearance, solid build and was wearing a black hooded jacket and black shorts.

The third male is perceived as African in appearance, thin build, and was wearing a Nike vest.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

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https://www.police.vic.gov.au/witness-appeal-following-armed-robbery-pakenhamcranbourne-line-train

In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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Its interesting seeing which communities and groups have stepped up with physical help during the fires.   The Siks ( is that correct spelling ? ) have, and always do, in a big way.  I saw another ethnic group from Sydney trucking in food and doing barbies, and some churches cooking and delivering food.  Also the people from the Temple down near Woolongong,,not sure who they are but they always step up with help.  During the Hunter floods a few years ago, they brought truck loads of food and blankets. 
Any indication the Sudanese have offered any help ?

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Or Izzy and his church ??
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Sorry to disappoint you AA.

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Originally posted by Baghdad Bob Baghdad Bob wrote:

Overnight in Sunshine, a western suburb of Melbourne, six youths, one sixteen, one fifteen and four fourteen were arrested for an armed robbery of a bottle shop. Apparently at first they tried to buy alcohol, but because of their obvious age were refused, then one jumped the counter and fled with a slab of beer, whilst one of the fourteen year old produced a machete and threatened the shop assistant before grabbing some of bottles of spirits before fleeing the scene. Not long later they were arrested by police, however three questions arise from this robbery.
A. How can the combined age of all six robbers be less than one hundred in this day and age ?Wink
B. Is it legal for any fourteen year old to drink alcohol ?Wink
C. Is it legal for a fourteen year old to own a machete ?Wink



Still no indication of racial background of these teenage rascals Question
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Hope you aren't losing sleep over it Bob.
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Slept like a lamb last night Thumbs Up
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Good to hear.
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Yeaah, they are the dudes I saw on TV at one stage, doing barbies.


Originally posted by Passing Through Passing Through wrote:

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Originally posted by acacia alba acacia alba wrote:

Its interesting seeing which communities and groups have stepped up with physical help during the fires.   The Siks ( is that correct spelling ? ) have, and always do, in a big way.  I saw another ethnic group from Sydney trucking in food and doing barbies, and some churches cooking and delivering food.  Also the people from the Temple down near Woolongong,,not sure who they are but they always step up with help.  During the Hunter floods a few years ago, they brought truck loads of food and blankets. 
Any indication the Sudanese have offered any help ?


Not sure aa ... were they handing out matches?Dead

Good to see that after sifting through all of his left wing nutter resources, PT managed to find ONE Sudanese guy who offered a hand to someone somewhere ... are you sure he wasn't just caught looting PT? ... research? ... and he was in NSW anyway!LOLLOLLOL

I guess that makes up for the CRIME SPREE of the VIOLENT BLACK AFRICAN YOUTH GANGS IN VICTORIA then PT!Wacko 
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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And he didn't even carve them up and rob them through the night with his machete.

Go figure. Confused 
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Let us know when you find the second Sudanese Refugee named Ibrahim who didn't carve anyone up in their sleep ... do you have any spare popcorn?
In reference to every post in the Trump thread ... "There may have been a tiny bit of license taken there" ... Ok, Thanks for the "heads up" PT!
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I know you take the pizz Doc, but that's crossing the line a bit. Tne Sudanese have come from hell and some are trying to not only get over it but also rise above.
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(And many are totally effed up by their experiences and join gangs)
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You would think stayer coming from a war torn country and witnessing what a Machate can do , to use it in a friendly country that's giving you a fresh start would be the last resort, what about the victims, nothing more scary than a young buck wielding that weapon with no regard for the consequences.
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Originally posted by Carioca Carioca wrote:

You would think stayer coming from a war torn country and witnessing what a Machate can do , to use it in a friendly country that's giving you a fresh start would be the last resort, what about the victims, nothing more scary than a young buck wielding that weapon with no regard for the consequences.

That's what they're used to.
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No different to kids feom bad places anywhere.
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What I find puzzling is the fact that the Sudanese communities everywhere but Melbourne do not seem to have this Violent Gang Culture (even in Bega) ... or the lefty media is just doing a better job everywhere else, but I doubt that, The Age and Dan and his Comrades are without peer when it comes to spinning this stuff!

We had the same issues in Bankstown when the ALP recruited 50,000 "true believers" unvetted from war torn Lebanon back in the day - they all vote Liberal now - so I understand that much of the issue is that they come here from a lawless violent environment, where there has mostly been little adult male influence (tough when the adult men are slaughtered for fun) ... but why are so many kids from the Sydney community filling College Basketball rosters in the US, and graduating academia with honours and collecting community awards, and hardly seen in "Wanted!" posters???


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Melbourne is pretty boring, doc.
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Originally posted by stayer stayer wrote:

Melbourne is pretty boring, doc.

It was both when I lived there lol, oh and friggin cold too , but had some great times fwiw.
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Yes, one has to ask, why is it only in Melb that the Sudanese are out of control ?? 
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Originally posted by acacia alba acacia alba wrote:

Yes, one has to ask, why is it only in Melb that the Sudanese are out of control ?? 


Because ever since the state was given a bad name by Indians a few years ago which made huge headlines back in India, it seems the government just sweeps it all under the carpet and pretends everything's fine.
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Sudanese should have no problems with the bad air.... Genetic speaking their ancestors should of seen alot of Saharan dust in their lives. Maybe they're good dart players as well....

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POLICE have arrested and charged seven foreign nationals over a series of organised pickpocket and theft offences on Melbourne’s public transport system and CBD shopping centres.

Men and women in their 20s and 30s from India and Sri Lanka were arrested after raids in Sunshine and Tarneit yesterday morning.

Detective Sergeant Chris O’Brien said the group conducted the “sneaky” and “slick” thefts in crowded places such as the Bourke St Mall, Melbourne Central and the Queen Victoria Market.

The sophisticated thieves work in groups — at least two huddle around victims and pretend to bump into them, while another steals from their open handbags.

“Mostly they are crowding people using various methods of distraction, largely on the tram network,” Det Sgt O’Brien said.

“They targeted purses and wallets from women’s handbags in crowded places.

“A group of them will crowd and push up against someone from behind, it is very sneaky, very slick.” He said the target was predominantly cash, rather than credit cards or mobile phones.

In some cases, the victims were watched and followed as they withdrew cash from nearby ATMs.

“There is an indication victims have been followed, certainly there were victims who had recently withdrawn money from ATMs,” Det Sgt O’Brien said.

The group were said to be “well dressed” and catered their appearance to “fit in” and not stand out.

“In most of the offences, nobody noticed who the offenders were, but they did notice they had been bumped into, on trams, tram stops, escalators and elevators,” Det Sgt O’Brien said.

Police recorded more than 100 thefts and said about $20,000 cash had been seized.

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