"Don't forget about the Persians, Iraqis, Afghanis, Turks etc . . . because they do crimes too."
Sam Asesinoz, the head of the violent Muslim Asesinoz MC gang, has a well-thought out message about racism for Australians. The Middle Eastern gang which boasts of "targeting Aussies", wants to denounce Australian racism.
"There are a handful of good Australians but most are racist by assuming Lebanese people are responsible for all crimes," he told The Daily Telegraph, speaking publicly for the first time.
"When they see a Middle Eastern walking down the street they assume they are Lebanese.
"I am half Lebanese and half Iraqi but I want the public and the police to know this: Don't forget about the Persians, Iraqis, Afghanis, Turks etc . . . because they do crimes too."
Please don't be racist by assuming that Lebanese Muslims are responsible for all crimes. Think of the Iraqi, Afghan and Turkish Muslims too.
Police intelligence identified Asesinoz MC - which changed its name recently from the Parra Boyz and whose members are mainly Sunni - as being aligned with Notorious.
Asesinoz MC boasts of its extremist Islamic views on YouTube videos and promotes anti-Australian sentiment including flag-burning and statements like: "F. . . the police" and "Asesinoz MC is now targeting Aussies".
Asesinoz MC is close to Notorious because the bikie gang grew out of a split in the local Parramatta chapter of the Nomads. The Bandidos have joined forces with the Brothers for Life street gang, based in Auburn where the Bandidos have a strong presence.
Racism was becoming a growing factor in the bikie feuds, according to sources. "There's Notorious and Commanchero against the Hells Angels, who they call the skips, the whiteys," a source said.
This story is a few years old, but it fits into the larger theme of the way that Islamic immigration integrates it agenda by adapting it to the host society.