There are calls to rename Victoria “South South Sudan” after a spree of African violence across Melbourne in the past few days, from gangs that have never existed before.
Former Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone has led the calls, stating that the recent wave of African violence across the state has confirmed that renaming Victoria would be ‘the right thing to do.’
“Whether it’s Eritreans fighting each other at cultural gatherings, Somalis punching on at weddings, doctors being killed in home invasions or Sudanese teens fighting each other at shopping centres with machetes, our diverse cultural make-up would benefit greatly from the state’s renaming,” Vanstone said.
“I’m proud of my legacy as any other childless, middle-aged white woman would be. There’s even potential for other parts of Australia to be renamed in repsect to Africans, given the burgeoning crime and low iq in those areas.”
Vanstone later said she would be departing Melbourne in the near future for ‘whiter pastures.’