North Queensland in ruins as mostly young black criminals run riot

Hunted police should retaliate with a few shots from their .40 cal Glocks. If they hit an offender or two bad luck – the police have not had time to engage in any pistol practice at the range because they are too busy dodging house bricks!

Katter’s Australian Party MPs have called for a no-holds-barred round-table with the Police Minister, Minister for Youth Justice, Regional Queensland Police Deputy Commissioner Paul Taylor and North Queensland MPs to be held within the next two weeks to address the ruinous state of Queensland’s youth justice system.

“Trust me” says Queensland Labor Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, the Queen of spin. “We asked the police to back off black criminals” because court appearances were upsetting their perceived culture.

Robbie Katter, KAP Leader and Traeger MP, said the Labor Party had allowed Townsville, and other North Queensland cities like Mount Isa, Cairns and Mareeba to descend into mayhem.

Most Far Northern Aboriginal communities are facing the same problem due solely to Labor’s policies.

“Our cities are now nothing but playgrounds for delinquent youths who have no life skills, no hope for a future and nothing to offer society at this point but carnage,” he said.

“Their offending, which has now turned predatory towards both residents and police, has escalated beyond the parameters of what the current broken youth justice system can try to deal with.

“We need new solutions, and we need Labor to stop playing silly buggers with their spin and manipulated data.”

Mr Katter said crime in his hometown of Mount Isa was eroding business confidence and viability.

“Businesses are now making decisions around whether to open or stay close based on the level of crime being reported in the community,” he said.

“While at the same time we have State Government saying they are getting on top of the issue.

“I have been hearing the message from the community – enough said.”

KAP Hinchinbrook MP Nick Dametto said Townsville’s three Labor MPs needed to stand up for the community, or stand aside.

“Police are now being actively targeted by youth offenders, recently a magistrate’s home was broken into by adult offenders – this is an escalation in brazen attacks on our community, and those employed to uphold the law indicate there’s a dark new era of crime,” he said.

“This offending is premeditated – a cohort of youth offenders are now stealing cars, loading them up with house bricks and actively hunting down police offers who are doing their very best to keep our community safe.

“The KAP has a number of measures we believe need to be implemented to deter offending but it’s up to the State Government to at first accept that their laws are not working and the current punishment is not a deterrent to recidivist youth offenders..

“Who does the Government want to protect here?

“I can’t imagine what it’s like to be a front-line police officer right now on the streets of TownsviIle; these children have no respect for our community, the law or themselves.

“If I was an officer and had a house brick thrown at my vehicle while driving, I would find it very difficult not to discharge my firearm in defense.”

The KAP has reiterated its call for Relocation Sentencing – a policy that would send hardened, recidivist offenders to facilities in the bush for a 6-12 month period of rehabilitation as an alternative to short-term incarceration at over-crowded detention centres like Cleveland.

The party also wants further legislative changes for repeat offenders, including mandatory sentencing for particular crimes including break and enter and the amending of Section 150 of the Youth Justice Act to remove Clause 2e that states detention must be considered a last resort.

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Posted on September 9, 2021, in aborigines, Agenda 2030, ALP, Annastacia Palaszczuk and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. The good thing about it is that they are targeting the enforcers of this illegal government and not people so much. Let’s pray they target the politicians responsible as well.


  2. CH34 NITV – watch a few programs or rather don’t, just the adverts. Loud and clear, “we know what the problem is, we have the answer”. They don’t. They’ve proved that over the last 30 years of self determination. You cannot reject civilisation because this is what you get if you do. And now ScoMo gives “survivors of the stolen generation and their descendants $632,000,000. The man’s an idiot. But you knew that. Invest in VB and XXXX beer cos that’s where the money will go.


  3. not excusing bad behavior, . but when you see how police thugs harass and stomp on normal citizens rights .because they refuse to have their body raped by a dangerous chemical Sorry to say but in my view the police have completely lost the trust and respect of the people.I have no sympathy at all


  4. When, I think it was back in the late seventies, government legislated to prevent parents from disciplining their kids, I said “Fine, so long as they take the responsibility for the subsequent juvenile delinquents”
    And did they? Nah, don’t be silly, they’re never responsible for anything.


  5. Firstly, I have to say , taking the offenders to Victoria would not change a thing..I lived near the Malmsbury Youth Centre..The inmates seemed to get out more than be in. Stealing cars ,from the locals taking off for Bendigo or Melbourne. Setting them alight when they had finished. It is not the sate, it is the system.. They could have riots and do a lot of damage and still get outings and privileges.
    Funny i did not vote for Labor, and no-one I know voted for Labor,So ??
    Anyway , back to the police.Why do the kids think they can d what they want ? Because they know they can get away with it. There are P…s weak ministers ,Yes they have names, and I believe they should be named , not hide under the title Commissioner, or Deputy That is cloak and dagger stuff.They are politicians, and it seems to me have not and do not fulfill the role they are entrusted with. In fact I would say they are bloody hopeless at the job..If they worked for a private company they would be sacked . What a good idea. Do not defund the Police, Defund the politicians or police doing a rotten job.
    If you keep doing the same old thing, you are going to get the same result. I am sick of hearing excuses.
    I love this country and am sick of people bringing it down.


  6. There is probably a plethora of reasons that young people are turning against the community. I think that the KAP idea of sending them bush for 6 to 12 months is a great idea. Learning some co-operative self reliance would help them focus on their strengths. It would be a tough job for the mentors/guards in such camps but I think the wider community has plenty of people who are strong and compassionate enough to take on such a task. It would most likely need a ratio of one staff member for every two ‘students’.


  7. “This offending is premeditated – a cohort of youth offenders are now stealing cars, loading them up with house bricks and actively hunting down police offers who are doing their very best to keep our community safe.

    Well, I say bring em’ down here to Victoria, (youth offenders), to target the worst of the Cops here. Beginning with that Copper in Hamilton as reported in your previous post, and the specialized corporatised pigs who assaulted peaceful demonstators with rubber bullets and pepper spray in Melbourne ‘who are doing their very best to keep our community safe,’ yeah right… Lol.


  8. I did not vote for our current premier, none of my acquaintances did, I have not spoken to anyone who did so how did this happen. We are the government and local government’s employers, Have we forgotten that?. So we need to email her office in droves to let her know our displeasure but it won’t matter because I have a feeling all elections are rigged as part of the New World Order. All leaders everywhere have probably been offered a cushy life after the dust settles.


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