An Australian journalist has reached breaking point after a tough week covering up escalating crimes by imports.
Guardian journalist Tom McCaffrey said the past week of multicultural crimes has been especially tough to write off as ‘from war torn countries’ and that buying a plane ticket and paying Home Affairs some money for a visa gives you a clean slate to do whatever you want.
“The usual ‘but white people do it too so it’s ok’ schtick doesn’t work anymore, people have cottoned on to per capita. I mean did you also know Japanese people commit the most crime in Japan?” McCaffrey said.
“The neoliberal angle of think of all the jobs created in corrections, police, the courts and social workers has worn off too. Do you know how many times I’ve had to write ‘Melbourne man’ or ‘Dandenong youth’ because some bloke named Deng Adok Deng stabbed somebody?”
‘Whether it’s imported doctors killing actual Australian doctors in home invasions, Abos running amok in Queensland, Lebos firebombing the shit out of each other’s tobacco stores, Islander security guards chimping out on Summernats patrons or Eritreans fighting each other at a ‘cultural gathering’, it’s getting tougher and tougher to pin this on white people.’
However, McCaffrey said he was looking forward to the annual Australia Day white guilt fest and another chance to use Aboriginals as a battering ram against white Australia given the failure of the Voice.
“I’ll say a few Welcome to Country’s this week to get me in the right frame of mind for another week of self-hate. Really looking forward to Senator Briggs and Bruce Pascoe’s speeches on how tough the grift has been this past year.”