danyet wrote:I saw thousands of Lebanese with ghetto blasters, break-dancing on the promenade at Bondi Beach every weekend. I stepped over a guy with a bullet in him in (he was dead or dying, his name was Bob "the Basher") order to get a drink at a bar in Double Bay one night. I was continuously threatened by two of Abe Saffron's hench men. A couple of Cambodian guys busted into a restaraunt in Cabramatta one night and blasted some people with shot-guns. I had a car stolen four times. One night a Chinese guy stabbed another Chinese guy on my street corner and left a trail of blood down my street. I wached two surfers sitting on their surfboards duking it out with their fists, over a wave. (Eventually they had to go in to the beach to finish their fight where one (the dickhead) got his wetsuit ripped off his back)
I had to hire the Christian Lebanese Mafia as bodygaurds in order to arrive in a Sydney courtroom safely. My driver already had three bullet scars accross his face from his days as bodyguard of the Prime Minister of Lebanon.
Oh and lets not forget all the needles left in the gutter and the heroin addicts I stepped over in order to get to my vehicle. And Elton John got married accoss the street from my house.
danyet wrote:All these things happened in the course of two years. There is more but I do not want to say over the internet. Most Ausies are not aware of the crime and corruption in "peaceful" Australia. A friend of mine eventually quit the Police as an undercover guy because every time he got to close to drug importers he was taken off the case and assigned another.
There were many times that I saw Aussie underworld figures. In Australia they still like to be seen in the Sydney nightclubs but you have to know who you are looking for in order to recognise them.
The court case was because I was witnessing against Abe Saffrons Buddies. If you don't know who he is do a google on his name.
danyet wrote:Yes it is a den of corruption but it is pretty hard to stay away from it when your address in on Bayswater Rd.
Did you know that every one of those markets, restaraunts and stores in Kings Cross pays protection money to crime syndicates? They have the Christian Lebanese mafia, Muslim Lebanese mafia, Saffrons crowd and even some Indonesion mafia there.
LennyeTran wrote:I have not, but my friend has. He even brought back a didgeridoo, which he used to annoy his dog. Whenever he blows that thing, the dog would bark like crazy.
shazzam1452 wrote: Most of our indigenous people play the Didgeridoo beautifully; it really is a haunting musical instrument when played correctly. I have heard that they are quite difficult to play though. I suppose it would be like any woodwind instrument.
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