Some great work done here using ABS data by economist Burchell Wilson. Go give him a follow on Twitter if you haven’t already done so as he along with Philip Soos are the only two non-cucked, non-property spruiking economists this country seems to have.
I’m sure he’ll be cancelled after this and the ABS will nuke the data (they don’t publish this directly, it was cross-referenced from their other data as Wilson explains).
The full thread is here if you want to scroll through.
These graphs were initially done in response to the Voice to Parliament nuffies and the disproportionate crime from Aboriginals that altering our constitution is supposed to fix. Aside from the usual Aboriginal representation, what also stands out is the migrant over-representation.
Here’s a few of note:
No surprises (except for Romanians WTF).
Whether it’s African gangs, Islander gangs, Lebo organised crime, Viets in the drug trade or anything else imported and completely preventable by not importing it, it’s not up for discussion in the public immigration discourse and those that do cower behind ‘multiculturalism’ and ‘racism’ like Crispin Hull did today, the pussy.
Crime is a huge cost of migration and as we know, the costs of Australia’s immigration ponzi scheme are never discussed. It would be very enlightening to see a financial cost breakdown of public money spent on law enforcement, courts, prisons, public services, etc in relation to migrants in this country in the last 30 years We all know what the answer to that would be and what the outcome would be.
Every western country is currently experiencing this on different scales, Australia is no different.
Remember, they’re all just economic units and not people.
Good work Burchell, more of it please.