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Reader comment on item: No American Muslim Terrorists? [A Reply to Spencer Ackerman]

Submitted by Marco (Australia), Dec 13, 2005 at 08:55

Australian (and indeed many western) politicians it would seem would rather die than run the risk of being labled rascists.

Perhaps the sooner we can have Islam renamed as the political movement it is rather than just a religion, the sooner politicians would be willing to act ?

Having lived in Australia for roughly 20 years i can say first hand that virtually every race/colour/religion coexists here coperatively and peacefully, with one exception the Muslims, specifically the Lebanese, even their leaders/representives are little more than hollow apologists that skillfully turn the blame for the Middle eastern hand of violence into being Australian society's fault.

I'm posting this article to bring your attention to an article written by a former NSW detective Tim Preist who for years has predicted what we are now seeing on Sydney streets. Its a long read but truly fascinating in depicting the enormous growth in Middle eastern crime in Sydney, it explains the Politically controlled Police system that has failed to stop it spiralling to the levels we see today.

Here is a copy/paste of the first paragraphs.

Volume XLVIII Number 1 - January-February 2004

The Rise of Middle Eastern Crime in Australia
Tim Priest

Category: Society

I BELIEVE that the rise of Middle Eastern organised crime in Sydney will have an impact on society unlike anything we have ever seen.

In the early 1980s, as a young detective I was attached to the Drug Squad at the old CIB. I remember executing a search warrant at Croydon, where we found nearly a pound of heroin. I know that now sounds very familiar; however, what set this heroin apart was that it was Beaker Valley Heroin, markedly different from any heroin I had seen. Number Four heroin from the golden triangle of South-East Asia is nearly always off-white, almost pure diamorphine. This heroin was almost brown.

But more remarkable were the occupants of the house. They were very recent arrivals from Lebanon, and from the moment we entered the premises, we wrestled and fought with the male occupants, were abused and spat at by the women and children, and our search took five times longer because of the impediments placed before us by the occupants, including the women hiding heroin in baby nappies and on themselves and refusing to be searched by policewomen because of religious beliefs. We had never encountered these problems before.

As was the case in those days, we arrested every adult and teenager who had hampered our search. When it came to court, they were represented by Legal Aid, of course, who claimed that these people were innocent of the minor charges of public disorder and hindering police, because they were recent arrivals from a country where people have an historical hatred towards police, and that they also had poor communications skills and that the police had not executed the warrant in a manner that was acceptable to the Muslim occupants.

The magistrate, well known to police as one who convicted fewer than one in ten offenders brought before him during his term at Burwood local court, threw the matter out, siding with the occupants and condemning the police. I remember thinking, thank heavens we don't run into many Lebanese drug dealers.

Im sure you will find the entire article an amazing read and it go's a long way to explaining the poor state of Australian/Lebanese Muslim affairs here today.


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