Tennant Creek and ‘African gangs’ expose the hypocrisy of white Australia | Jack Latimore | Opinion | The Guardian

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull meets local kids as he rides along in a Julalikari Youth Night Patrol convoy, at Tennant Creek, in the Northern Territory, Sunday, 22 July 2018

Peter Dutton’s comments following the tragic death of Laa Chol, a young woman of Sudanese descent, in Melbourne on Sunday morning were not only opportunistic and inaccurate, they also made a mockery of his leader’s tour of Tennant Creek by ultimately undermining the sincerity of the prime minister’s concern for the plight of vulnerable Aboriginal families.

Tennant Creek and ‘African gangs’ expose the hypocrisy of white Australia | Jack Latimore | Opinion | The Guardian