Australia should increase its military commitment and aid to Sudan to help avert the collapse of the UN Mission in the war-torn country, according to the recent report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
In the mean streets of Prospect, where The unfortunate ones either sink or swim, So to speak, a dejected young mother sat On one side of the run-down house Nursing her wounded child, a moving Image of a woman in her prime of life; Doing the daily battle for survival!
Fearing that her beloved child, An innocent victim of a sickening, Unprovoked, racially motivated attack Could die from the brutal wounds, she Discovered her inner strength. And her Nurturing and creative self emerged. A bright spark in the critical moment Of existential crisis!
Now, her eyes have seen the light! And the divine presence of Bes, the Nubian god Of protection, in all his glory. Bes has taken Over the proceedings: offering spiritual guidance, Singing the dreamtime lullaby, blessing the Daisies in the field, nurturing and caring For the wounded child, maintaining order in the ‘hood, And calling on the evildoers to account for their sins In the mean streets of Prospect.
The new and emerging African community in South Australia is in shock, following the brutal attack of a Sudanese refugee, Giir Thiik, aged 14, who was chased by a gang, hit by a car and then bashed, according to The Sunday Mail report.
Giir was in a coma for three days!
His case is not an isolated incident. It is one in a series of racially motivated attacks across the northern suburbs of Adelaide.