There’s no denying it: Melbourne does have a problem with youth violence

Ecoville community park in Tarneit has been wrecked by vandals.

The Media Reports

We have a problem with youth violence. And much of this violence is being perpetrated by African gangs. The events of recent weeks, particularly in Melbourne’s western suburbs, are a stark illustration of that.

There’s no denying it: Melbourne does have a problem with youth violence

Yes we have a problem and it’s the racist media who assist in enabling it by their narrow focus and amplification of blame. The very systemic nature  of Airbnb Industry for example has allowed for the commercialization the increased gatecrashing and house trashing parties throughout Australia  not just Melbourne .Yet our media have made it out to be a Black African problem. Whereas white kids  and adults from all classes have been known to have been just as active in  destruction parties and not just in our West.

The very nature of our motor industry has made chop shops, car strippers and car jackers a central extension of the industry and not just an exception way before we saw any Sudanese arrive in Australia.

The Jewellery industry has always had a violent history  ready to buy stolen goods from anyone and in all of these cases it has never just been the black Africans that have been the initiators of  what has always been a system of Australian crime and a way of life that’s allowed it to flourish. It’s done so in a structured and not just random manner and not all that secret. Yet out media and politicians focus only on the aspects that they feel provides them with the best political advantage. In this case the Australian African  Communities.

The very nature of the systems of business we have created has enable the recruitment of the most disadvantaged and most vulnerable to survive in our urban landscape our youth who all social statistics show we have ignored and that’s not just the Africans but unemployed and disenfranchised youth no matter their race color creed or class. The blackmarket system encourages criminal enablers seemingly respectable adults to become the Fagins who create the illegal channels of opportunity for cash and benefits of crime for kids.  The media and politicians use and blame the most visible of these victims of disadvantage our kids for the dysfunction and not the system that’s always had some permanancy.

In this case the blame is on the  Sudanese as it has been on Indigenous Australians. However if you get rid Australia’s Sudanese you won’t get rid us of the system that has enabled crime to flourish for generations. Nothing it seems has been learned ,listened, or paid attention to from the results of the Royal Commission into our Youth Justice System in Australia absolutely nothing. Just listen to our politicians, Turnbull, Hunt, Dutton or the media today. What’s been learned from  Dondale about youth disadvantage  the fertile training ground that recruits the next generation of delinquants and criminals by underground industries constantly looking for new recruits.

Lets not kid ourselves that the ‘have not’s’ are the only criminals among our youth, crime also exists across the class divide and among the wealthy as well who feel they too can get what they don’t have by quick illegal means as well. However they have the luxury of being less visible and don’t have the Turnbulls Hunts and Duttons taking advantage of them. The wealthy tend to committ other sorts of crimes and are often the organizers. We have occasionally read about  tax scams and fraud which tend to have wider consequences financially on all of us. ( An Old Dog Thought)