& # 39; Drop it and bury it, not us! & # 39; Racist email furiously accuses the & # 39; dodgy & # 39; Jewish, Muslim and & # 39; white Aussie & # 39; builders for the Mascot Towers fiasco
- Racist e-mail spread the accusation of cultural groups for sinking Mascot Towers
- Spam email said & # 39; white aussies & # 39 ;, Jews and Italians are to blame for defective apartments
- Chinese were also targeted and email demanded inspectors of & # 39; Indian heritage & # 39;
- E-mails brought condemnation from experts who struck the hate-blazing outburst
A racist e-mail has outrageously tried to blame various cultural groups for the sinking Mascot Towers.
The spam e-mails, seen through 10 daily, accusing & # 39; white aussies & # 39 ;, Jewish, Italian and Chinese people for the fiasco on Bourke Street, in the south of Sydney, earlier this month.
& # 39; What's worse, my friend, is that thousands of other towers are being built & # 39 ;, is the email.
& # 39; And they are still being inspected by local white Aussies! & # 39;
A racist e-mail has tried to blame various cultural groups for the sinking Mascot Towers
Cracks at Mascot Towers in southern Sydney when residents were evacuated on June 14
More than 100 residents were evacuated from Mascot Towers on June 14 after engineers found crunches in the primary support structure and facade masonry.
The homeless apartment owners have since agreed to pay the special $ 1 million charge to finance emergency repairs.
While the pressure continues to repair the building – which has been found to be sinking – fraudulent emails are in circulation and only added to the stress of homeowners.
The spam emails were sent in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney and demand that inspectors be replaced by people with & # 39; Indian heritage & # 39 ;.
The e-mail claims only then the build quality of towers will be increased throughout the country.
Jewish developers are the target of the disgusting tirade and are blamed for the lurid construction of residential towers.
It also proposes to put a mix of different cultures – including Chinese and Italians – in a falling building and have them crushed in the rubble.
& # 39; Drop the tower and bury it instead, not us! & # 39; the email said
The emails are supposed to be linked to & # 39; spoof & # 39; addresses and are signed with different names such as Nicky, Ray, Tyler and Charleigh.
A spokesperson for the NSW police said that the Daily Mail Australia police had not received any complaints.
Anti-smear committee The chairman of the Commission, Dr. Dvir Abramovich, cracked the e-mails as & # 39; hate speech & # 39; labeled.
& # 39; We condemn this despicable and malicious e-mail that spurs against Jews and other minorities and what traffics occur in dangerous stereotypes, malicious scapegoats, and harassment. & # 39;
More than 100 residents were evacuated from Mascot Towers on June 14 after engineers found cracking in the primary support structure and facade masonry (support beams have been placed on the photo to support the sinking Mascot Towers)
The homeless apartment owners have since agreed to pay the special $ 1 million charge to finance disaster repairs (pictured, cracks appear in the cracked Mascot Towers)
The emails come as investigations continue into the circumstances that lead to the cracks in the Mascot Towers.
A city council has collected documents that can help to identify the cause of the building's problems.
Bayside Mayor Bill Saravinovski, who previously wasted the time getting the paperwork, said Wednesday that the last of the documents that the building engineers were looking for had been found.
Engineers had requested documents dating from 2004, including detailed structural plans for Mascot Towers, and geo-technical and hydraulic reports.
The information can help them identify the cause of the problems of the 10-year building that caused the evacuation on June 14.
Residents of the 132 units of the building are forced to reside elsewhere, with costs increasing as the authorities go on to determine who is to blame.
Geo-technical engineers are reviewing this site this week, an update sent to owners and residents said on Tuesday.
Owners will be further updated later this week by the owner's company engineer.
As the pressure continues to repair the building – which has been found to be sinking – fraudulent emails have been circulating and have only contributed to the stress of homeowners (photos, cracks in the apartment building)
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