Biker Gang-Related Violence in Australia: No Sign of a Let-Up

Biker Gang in Queensland 1 photo
Photo: Stephen Cooper
When will people finally learn that violence isn’t the answer to anything and it always causes more problems than it solves (none whatsoever). Why is it then that people still continue to do it? From one of the least violent countries in the world, we hear about fighting for control of the weapons and drugs trade - what is this world coming to?
Australia, a place where violence is only a part of your life if you get too close to a salt water crocodile ( one of the few native inhabitants of Australia which can actually harm you, apart from the snakes). With an unbelievable streak of over 60 drive-by (or rather ride-by) shootings, the nation’s largest city, Sidney, is shocked. With an estimate of 35 outlaw motorcycle gangs numbering a total of 3,500 members things can’t end well for the innocent people of the country which may get caught up in the cross-fire of the gang shootings.

With such stories as the 1984 car park incident which ended with 6 bikers dead and another teenage girl killed in the crossfire, we come back to the purpose of violence - it has no purpose, only a very bloody aftermath in its wake.
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