Wayward indigenous youth make life hell for Cairns residents and tourists

by staff writers

Police have had enough. Youthful black criminals some as young as 13 are stealing late model cars from  homes in Cairns  at the rate of five a week.

The latest victim had his hire car, a Mitsibushi ASX, as well as his wallet and credit cards stolen from a relative’s Bentley Park residence.

The four teenagers in the stolen ASX then pulled up alongside a marked police car at Aeroglen, where officers were attending an accident. A stolen Nissan Micra had crashed into a police car after police deployed a tyre deflator. Four youths aged between 16 and 18 were detained by the dog squad.

Wayward black youths stole a Mitsubishi ASX then taunted police officers attending a crash site in Cairns involving another stolen car. Magistrates are too afraid of being labelled racist by the major media led by the ABC, should they take decisive action against these malcontents who are making life hell for Cairns’ residents.


The teenagers in the ASX openly taunted the officers, knowing they were unable to take any action, due to the Police Department’s no-pursuit policy.

The four youths, aged between 13 and 16, reportedly from the nearby coastal Aboriginal settlement of Yarrabah, soon after rolled and crashed the Mitsubishi hire car in Yarrabah.

They remain in hospital under police guard.

The day before black juvenile offenders, stole a luxury Lexus sedan and crashed it at Earlville after its 15 year old driver taunted police officers.

The hapless tourist who hired the ASX, Shane McCauley, of Toowoomba, now faces an insurance excess charge of $4000 because the car was written off.

He said the black youths had turned his happy family vacation into a nightmare.

“The financial burden it has put on us. We came up here on holidays and it has turned out to be a nightmare,” Mr McCauley told the Cairns Post.

“It wouldn’t bother me not to come back to North Queensland again.

“What a shit hole to put it bluntly.

“If I had a hammer I’d break their kneecaps.

“It would have been nice if the cops rang me. I haven’t got a no-pursuit policy.

“The magistrates really need to crack down on this.”

Cairns News in the past has reported several extremely contentious issues with Police Union president Ian Leavers, but at last he has come out in support of completely disillusioned Cairns police officers who have been doing their best to clean up the substantial element of indigenous offenders which have been giving law-abiding Aborigines a bad name.

Mr Leavers received a lot of public support for coming out to can fixed speed cameras which he said were doing nothing towards the road toll and were merely “revenue raisers.”

He also ridiculed the department’s no-pursuit policy.

Cairns News fully supports Mr Leavers on these vital issues but could never share his opinion that only police officers should be allowed to own guns.


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Posted on January 16, 2018, in ABC, aborigines, australian Labor Party, Courts and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. it seems this political correctness nonsense is alive and well all over the world. Why were these wayward youths wayward to begin with? Did they come a single parent household?


  2. The elders from the aboriginal communities should be called in the deal with these wayward youths in their traditional way. Do you think they would ignore such outrageous behaviour in their own communities? I don’t think so. It would be interesting to actually know how the indigenous people dealt with young rebels before that responsibility was taken over by the elected government. Anyone know what it was? Let us take some advice from the elders and stop pandering to these uncontrollable children., who now know they can do anything and get away with it. So thanks a lot to the United Nations “Rights of the Child” Treaties,who have taken all responsibility from parents and created an unsustainable situation for so many people across the planet.


  3. I quite agree with Bev.Let the elders have a say. It will achieve two purposes.
    1. By giving their own punishment, they can’t complain about ‘white man cruelty’
    2. It will probably have more effect and meaning to the young offenders.
    As to the magistrates! What wimps! The media might call them racist, who cares, ….but the majority of Aussies will applaud them.


  4. Sound thinking Bev. A spear through the thigh might get their attention and a modicum of responsibility. On the other matter, most Australians realize just what a corrupt and manipulating organization the United Nations is, but it is our own politicians who signed us up to these UN treaties, and they are the ones to blame.


  5. No, they quickly learnt that they are mostly untouchable in today’s PC climate. Same situation on Brisbane trains making a spectacle of themselves, loud unruly trouble making because they know they are a protected species.


  6. Have you seen Yarrabah? A Trumpian shithole only marginally better than Haiti, and only then because of the volumes of White taxpayer dollars poured in every year. They are a useless, backward, stupid race that have nothing of any worth to offer, even to themselves. The welfare niglets are akin to a rat plague.


  7. I have a great love for traditional Aboriginal cultures and have been part of many Elders gatherings etc over the years. I have also lived in Cairns and “traditional culture” has nothing to do with the barbaric Abogan savagery of filthy little black “youths” who seriously need a good flogging with the cat of 9 tales. Personally I would not bother calling the cops if an Abogan messed with me. I would just dispose of it myself. We need the death penalty for oxygen thieves.


  8. Well Ned this is a quite novel approach. Ed


  9. did a video shoot there about 5 yrs ago…… I had been on 5 other missions …. all shitholes… spent 5 days there and shot a lot of stuff at the public school…. they had a principal there looked like a abbo but was a whitey.. spike I think they called him…… he was a hard ass but they all seemed to love him….. but there was a bad spirit there.. you have to remember the history of the place.. basically a abbo prison of the day… some whitey preacher ran it.. they ran him out of the place and his son took it over… that demon still lives on those people.. along with their own witchcraft demons… had to turn to shit.. that’s how it works… its gonna get a lot lot worse..nothing can fix demons….. only God can sort them out.. and society has turned its back on God….. so be it…


  10. Thanks local guy for the witchcraft comments. Black magic is rife across Cape York Peninsula communities which is the underlying cause of the horrible behaviour encountered by authorities and found in cities like Cairns. Since the missionaries and their Christian endeavours left the missions in the 70’s, Aboriginal life largely has been a disaster. Ed


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