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How not to be attacked in Australia

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MadMaX kk
Send our police
by MadMaX kk on May 29, 2009 10:46 AM

Our government should send strong message to our Australia counter part or declare Australia is not safest nation for Indian students.


We should do the sort of things to Aussie tourist and send our police to Australia to teach Aussie tourist how not to get attacked in Indian, like what Victorian government suggest that they are going send Victoria police to Australia to teach upcoming students how not to be attacked in Australia.


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south indian
Buy a gun and use it
by south indian on May 29, 2009 10:17 AM  | Hide replies

Indians in Australia should not behave like sitting ducks for the Australian hooligans. Buy a gun and use it whenever you are threatened. Be liberal so far as self protection is concerned.

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TheWholeWorldStinks TheWholeWorldStinks
Re: Buy a gun and use it
by TheWholeWorldStinks TheWholeWorldStinks on May 29, 2009 01:14 PM
dear south indian

if you use a gun and injure someone, you are going to be in big trouble in a racist country like australia.

the police may not protect you against racist attacks, but if they catch someone with a gun and that also, a brown skinned person, you may be treated like dr. hanif mohammed.

best is to avoid altogether a land of descedents of deported criminals.

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Dr Dang
Buy a gun and use it
by Dr Dang on May 29, 2009 10:06 AM


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Venkatesh Sanjeevi
Very agressive country
by Venkatesh Sanjeevi on May 29, 2009 09:49 AM

I have a friend who has been staying in Australia for the past 5 years..And these news of attacks on Indians come as no surprise to me. I have been hearing this from him since the time he moved to australia. One cant walk out alone after 7pm. If someone tries to corner you, just give all your belongings without one word and walk off unhurt if you are lucky. And all this happens right in the heart of the city, which is a bustling business district during the day time. Its very sad that this side of Australia is not known to foreigners. I would very strongly advice people to not move to Australia- either for studies or for employement or even for tourism- as you are never safe even in big cities.

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ash cult
best bet
by ash cult on May 29, 2009 06:56 AM  | Hide replies

just say to them aussies are great

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ash cult
Re: best bet
by ash cult on May 29, 2009 10:03 AM
and dont mess with anyone at all!
always stay at a safe place!
don't wander on the streets alone at night unless u are with someone safe!
stay home at night as much as possible!stay home at night as much as possible!stay home at night as much as possible!

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ankit singhal
Re: Re: best bet
by ankit singhal on May 29, 2009 10:05 AM
r u dying without doller and living on pennies.

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ash cult
Re: Re: Re: best bet
by ash cult on May 29, 2009 10:17 AM
lol i am just a bit ecccccerentic

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hemant rathod
Question is not
by hemant rathod on May 29, 2009 06:36 AM

Question is not "How to avoid attacks" Question is "How serious Aussie Govt is about saving this $20 million industry"
Today only Indian students are victim in these incidents, why this is not happening to any Middle Eastern student or any African Refugee.. Bcoz these cowards know that we are the soft target... When something like this happens community doesn't protest we just tell students that how to avoid these kind of situations... but truth is India contributes over $20 million every year in Australian education industry through these international students. why they dont even bother to show these attacks in the news, coz they know its not going to make any difference.When ever you call 000 make sure you ask the operator about the call reference number and if possible inform him that you are recording this call so at least that operator knows that this call is going to make a difference.. 2) we need govt to tell australian authority that this is the valuable industry and its their responsibility to protect these students.. And come on ppl India is 12th Largest Economy while Australia is 3 points behind 15th largest economy. We dont need them they need us and if we dont make them realise this fact nothing is going to happen.. Dont act as an individual unit stick together for our ppl. if someone does not have strong voice become his/her voice. I have been in this country from last 7 years and i agree with some changes in habits but it needs to be reasonable at some l

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Sushim Roy
Protect Yourself
by Sushim Roy on May 29, 2009 12:54 AM

Every democratic country, including Australia gives you the right to protect your own life and self. Definitely it is not recommended to provoke these wrong teenagers...but if one is attacked....he/she has the full right to protect him/herself. And for that...even if offence is the the best defence...protect yourself. It's like any other country. If people are attacking with screw drivers...throw anything heavy at them or punch them...or whatever....to temporarily immobilize them....then get a safer position and notify police. There is no reason to get beaten up.

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