Here is an article showing the gratitude and excellent values and citizenship of expat Vietnamese Australians with Islamic immigrants to Oz. The Vietnamese community felt they should give something back to Australia for taking them in and offering a second chance at life so they raised money to give to victims of the fires in Australia that where almost certainly set by Islamic immigrants as part of their endless jihad against anyone and everything not Islamic. I would even wager that the materials used to set these fires where purchased using various forms of social assistance.
Here is a video of an attack by some immigrants at a Subway station in Oz. The commentary by the police at the end says it all.
Do check this link though please and read the original article. It has more information on the people who committed this act of barbarity in the video as two have been caught so far.
UPDATE: Thre of the men who commited this barbaric attack have been taken in to custody. Here is the report and links thanks to the comment below the article here
Two arrested over Sunshine attack
Release date: Fri 27 February 2009
Last updated: Fri 27 February 2009
Detectives from the Transit Crime Investigation Unit have charged two men with recklessly cause injury, affray and robbery following the alleged assault and robbery of a 23-year- old man at Sunshine station about 12.10 am on Friday 24 February, 2009.
The victim suffered head injuries in the attack which took place in a subway at the station.
The man was assaulted and had his backpack taken.
Maluac KUR,19, of no fixed address and Ahmed Mohamed, 21, of Brooklyn appeared before the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court and were remanded in custody to appear at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Monday March 2, 2009.
Senior Constable Wayne Wilson
Third man arrested over Sunshine station attack
Police have arrested a third man in connection with the violent robbery of a man at the Sunshine railway station, in Melbourne’s west, last week.
A 21-year-old man will face court today over an attack on a 23-year-old man, who was beaten unconscious and had his backpack stolen.
Two men were remanded in custody over the robbery last week.