Chinees-Australische familie in Knoxfield, Melbourne, driemaal het doelwit van racistisch misbruik

Chinees-Australische familie in Knoxfield, Melbourne, driemaal het doelwit van racistisch misbruik

mei 5, 2020 0 Door admin


A young Chinese-Australian family has been racially targetted for the third time in just one week over the coronavirus.

The residents in Knoxfield in Melbourne’s east woke on Wednesday to find the words ‘leave and die’ spray-painted across their garage.

The homeowners were targeted last Monday to find the words ‘COVID-19 die’ spray-painted across their garage. 

The following morning on Tuesday they had a rock hurled through their window. 

The family had ‘Covid-19 China Die’ plastered on their garage last week in the first string of attacks toward them 

The following morning on Tuesday they had a rock hurled through their window (pictured)

A family member who asked to be referred as Jackson is hoping that the vandals will stop attacking him and his family.

‘We really hope these people can stop from here and nothing will happen in the future,’ he told 7NEWS.  

Police believe the same group of people are behind the racist attacks on the innocent family. 

‘Everyone should be safe in their own home and unfortunately for our victim, this has occurred on three separate occasions,’ Detective Sargeant Daniel Taylor said. 

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews branded the attack as ‘evil’ and as ‘awful behaviour’.

‘There’s no place in our Victorian community for that sort of conduct,’ he said. 

‘At a time when we should be coming together and supporting each other, it needs to be called out for what it is. It’s just appalling, absolutely appalling.’

Jackson said the family planned to install security cameras in hopes of finding the perpetrators.

‘I’m just scared. I’m busy buying CCTV systems, repairing glass and buying lamps,’ Jackson told the ABC after the initial attack. 

‘I’m afraid these people will come back.’ 

Daniel Palmer, a designer and developer, shared the images of the graffiti that read ‘death to dog eaters’ on his street in Epping, 18km north-west of Sydney’s CBD, on Monday

The incident is the latest in a string of racist attacks on people of Chinese heritage over the spread of the coronavirus.

Earlier this month, in Epping in Sydney’s north-west a street with a large Asian population was covered in graffiti that read ‘death to dog eaters’.

Daniel Palmer who lives in the street shared the pictures online.

‘Week 2 of isolation: This s*** on my road in front of an Asian household in f***ing Epping,’ he captioned the images.

‘S*** like this lurks beneath the surface in society, and you usually only notice it if you’re ethnic when it creeps out in small bite-sized chunks.’

In Kyabram, north of Melbourne, Chinese and Nazi swastika flags were seen flown from a communications tower as part of an alleged racial attack.

The words #COVID-19 had been written on one of the Chinese flags.

The words #COVID-19 had been written on one of the Chinese flags

Video footage showed a woman scream at a Telstra floor manager inside the store at Miranda, in Sydney’s south, about 11am on Thursday

On April 10, an irate woman screamed racist abuse at Telstra workers and told them to ‘go back to China‘ after they asked her questions to ensure coronavirus safety. 

Video footage showed Angela Weedon, 38, scream at the floor manager inside the store at Miranda, in Sydney’s south, at about 11am on Thursday. 

Customers who enter Telstra stores are required to apply hand sanister and answer a series of questions, including whether they have recently been overseas or have flu-like symptoms.

The woman – who declared herself ‘Queen of Australia’ – told the worker he would ‘be deported’ during her bizarre rant. 

Weedon (pictured) was charged after footage emerged online showing her allegedly taunting an elderly woman on a Sydney train

Weedon was once again intercepted outside a Sydney police station hurling abuse at an Indian photographer.  

‘That’s alright, you maggot, you’re going to be sued too,’ she said.

‘Good luck having no money you piece of s**t. Because you’re an illegal aren’t you, little Mr India… F**k, off dog.’ 

Weedon was charged after footage emerged showing her allegedly taunting an elderly woman on a Sydney train. 

In the footage she can be heard telling the woman ‘you are not welcome here illegal, you and your biocontamination’. 

She also asked the woman if she can speak English’ before calling her an ‘illegal’.

‘You’re not welcome here, understand?’

Sophie (pictured, left, with sister Rosa) said no one should be able to get away with racial attacks, which have ramped up in recent months due to the COVID-19 pandemic

The argument broke out in the streets of Marrickville, in Sydney’s inner west with a woman in grey (pictured) racially abusing two sisters

On another occasion in Sydney’s Inner West, a teenage girl was charged after she allegedly spat at and racially abused two women.

Shocking footage obtained by Daily Mail Australia in March showed two women in Marrickville copping a torrent of racist abuse before one of them was spat at.

Sophie Do, 23, and her sister Rosa, 19, were allegedly called ‘Asian dogs’ and a ‘dumb wh***’ as they crossed the street and were told they ‘brought corona here’.

One man was captured in footage cracking a whip outside the Chinese Embassy in Sydney and hurling racist remarks at people lining up outside.

The racial tirade went on for several minutes with the man claiming the Chinese ‘deliberately released coronavirus’.

‘We know it’s deliberate. Five million people left your country and spread that filthy f***king disease worldwide,’ he said.

‘You’re all wearing your masks and you know why you’re wearing your masks? You knew about it!

‘I’m onto you. I know you deliberately released this virus.

‘Wake up Australia! Be wise to these pr**ks.’   

A man was seen cracking a whip after exploding into a racist tirade outside the Chinese Consulate in Sydney

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