Guess Who has the Highest Rate of Incarceration in Australia?

Daily Stormer
July 18, 2015

I have only come for a better life.
I have only come for a better life.

According to the Australian government

Persons born in Sudan had the highest imprisonment rate (701.6 prisoners per 100,000 adult population born in Sudan), followed by persons born in Samoa (432.4 prisoners per 100,000 adult population born in Samoa). The number of Sudanese-born and Samoan-born prisoners was 126 and 55 respectively. (Table 21)

But don’t be racist, goyim.

It is a known fact they only commit these crimes because of hatred against them, and it is also completely coincidental that they commit violent crimes absolutely everywhere they go in the world, including China.

One comment

  1. I’m shocked! I thought the Sudanese were all doctors and scientists.

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