He describes the rise of Lebanese groups that “were ruthless, extremely violent, and they intimidated not only innocent witnesses, but even the police that attempted to arrest them.” They even attacked police stations to the point where they “virtually held a suburban police station hostage.” He warned that “the Middle Eastern crime problem was an explosion waiting to go off.”
“The Middle Eastern cycle of violence is not local. It can occur on the central coast, around … And even more alarming is that the violence is directed mainly against young Australian men and women. There is a clear and definite link between violent attacks on our young men and women being racial as well as criminal.”
As a professional police officer, he believes in fighting the crime and not speculating on sociological factors. Thus, he doesn’t explicitly address the cultural factors. He does, however, note the differences in behavior among the various ethnic groups.