Pasifika girls have a swinging time with Melbourne’s African gangs

Brawling gangs of Africans have become as much a fixture of Melbourne?s Moomba carnival as the parade, fireworks and the Birdman Rally on the Yarra. For the past four years, hundreds of Africans have run amok, causing chaotic scenes and terrifying families trying to enjoy the venerable cultural event. This year was no different.

It?s fitting in a way: if Moomba is going to celebrate Melbourne?s cultural diversity, it?s only fair that Melbourne?s African community shows off its violent tribalism by fighting well-organised turf battles with Melbourne?s Pasifika community.

This year, the Pasifika emerged as the clear winners. As Cam said in his 2014 winning quote, “I play politics like Fijians play rugby. My role is smashing your face into the ground.” Scrawny Africans didn?t have a chance against beefy Islanders – and that was just the girls. Quote:

A witness to violent brawls between two groups in Melbourne’s CBD has described how teenage Pacific Islander girls beat up African boys in chaotic scenes.

Events planner Blagoja Stajkojic was on his way home from the Moomba Festival with friends when he came across a tense stand-off between two opposing groups.

The Melbourne man claimed 100 African youths had staked their territory on the steps of Flinders Street Station and were playing rap music while a group of Pacific Islanders stood nearby?He said there was only one winner in the crazed fighting, which rolled on for about three hours as dozens of riot squad officers roamed the city.

‘Pound for pound the Pacific Islanders dominated the Africans. They were just bigger guys – three African guys got knocked unconscious,’ he said.

He also revealed the Pacific Islander girls were beating up the male African youths as well as their female adversaries, none of whom looked over the age of 18. End of quote.

Of course, Victoria?s fearless police took time out from sending invoices to visiting conservatives, to make mass arrests of the brawlers ruining Melbourne?s premier family event yet again.

Oh, wait? Quote:

Victoria Police arrested five people?But Mr Stajkojic said the low number of people taken into custody was more a reflection of light-handed policing than the severity of the brawling?’The police seemed to be there just to give their presence – and deploy capsicum spray to disperse the crowds,’ he said.

But he added that the tactics didn’t stop the youths fighting, as the Pacific Islanders would simply use the Federation Square fountain to wash their eyes out and go again. End of quote.


But they did manage to shove around a diminutive white girl.