Read this unbelievable and eye-opening account of the police breakdown in Australia which has contributed to the rise of Middle Eastern crime.
... As we drove away in our marked police car, a half-brick bounced on the roof of the vehicle. The driver kept going.
I said, “What are you doing, they’ve just hit the car with a house brick!”
The young constable said, “Oh, they always do that when we drive past.”
Aren't they a cute bunch? On the second page, we get this gem:
The power and influence of the local religious and minority leaders cannot be overstated. Police began to use selective law enforcement. They selected targets that were unlikely to use their ethnic background and cultural beliefs to hinder police investigations or arrests. It was mostly Anglo-Saxons and Asians that were the targets, because they were under-represented by religious leaders and the media. They were soft targets.
The classic case of ignoring the problem. There is much more, read it all.