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According to police, 1,447 Indians were victims of reported crime in the year ending July 2008 in Melbourne but the Federation of Indian Students of Australia (FISA) believes the true figure is several times higher.
Isn't this mindless racism when aussie's clearly know these are students and not job seekers to take their jobs ?

Tags: australia, careers, education
Asked by commonsense, 09 Jan '10 01:15 pm
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But you must also know that australian's are rogues
they are children to criminals who were once discarded from united kingdom and marooned in australia down under as punishment
it is in their blood and no one can change them
they will always have an attitude of superiority , and they feel their skin colour is fair and hence they are superior to all others
what they fail to understand is such criminals will bring the entire nation down
Answered by atoz, 09 Jan '10 01:20 pm

 
  
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We have the same attitude towards Bangladeshi's and other Asian immigrants who come to settle down here in India ourselfs. Whenever someone does a terrorist act, we always point fingers at the Bangladeshi's. Whenever crime rate shot up in Tamil Nadu, the tendency was to blame Sri Lankan Tamil refugees exclusively.

Well, Indians may go 2 Australia to study but then Bangladeshi's even the "illegal" ones mostly come here to chalk out a menial living and are often subject to HEAVY prosecution just by merit of their nationality whenever something goes wrong in India.

How many Bangladeshi immigrants have fallen victims to race an nationality related crimes in India? Did we even bother taking a figure 4 that?

In our own homeland we have Delhi Chief Shiela Dixit saying that biggest problem facing DElhi is from "IMMIGRANTS" ....ala people from other parts of India. Maharashtrian politicians advocate the same thing too. And ppl not belonging to the "mass locality" in that region are ...more
Answered by A Moin, 12 Jan '10 03:41 pm

 
  
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There can be more invisible factors in the entire gamut of issues. Our Govt. is a mute spectactor and so is our ever speaking Press.
Answered by Siachen, 09 Jan '10 01:34 pm

 
  
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