Sydney Pacific Islander gang Inner West forces African-Australian children to kneel and gang sign on video
EXCLUSIVE: Shocking videos of hammer-wielding Pacific Islander gang members appear forcing young African-Australian children to kneel and kiss their shoes while having their hand drawn
- WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
- Men who claimed to be a gang of Inner West filmed themselves attacking boys
- Video shows the men forcing the boys to kiss their shoes and make gang signs
- A man threatened the boys with a hammer and stole a bag from one of them
- An activist posted the video and said it featured ‘Pacific men and black boys’
A group of thugs claiming to be from the Sydney group Inner West filmed themselves threatening African-Australian boys with a hammer.
The four men, one of whom wielded a hammer, languish the five boys as they landed on a flyover in Sydney.
A man filming the incident walks around the group, forcing the boys to have Inner West’s gang signed and beating those who refused.
The hammer-wielding man then forces the boys to kiss his shoes, while other members say, “Hurry up! Do it!’
Shaneel Lal, a member of the Amnesty International Youth Taskforce, posted the video on Instagram on Wednesday, saying it had been posted elsewhere previously.
“The video shows Pacific men forcing young black boys to kiss their shoes / floor, threaten them with a hammer, and use the ‘n’ word,” warned after reading the content.
“It is speculated that this is affiliated with a gang and not racist. The use of the “one word” is racist. ‘
A man in a black tracksuit (left) forces an African-Australian boy (right) to kiss his shoes and threatens him with a hammer. The men, who claimed to be from the Inner West gang, filmed themselves harassing the boys on an overpass in Sydney at an unknown time
Mr. Lal said the video was not intended to be an attack on Pacific Islanders, but rather to point out “we have been racist black people.”
Daily Mail Australia contacted Mr. Lal regarding the origin of the clip, which is said to have been posted elsewhere on Monday.
The NSW police were unaware of the incident filmed in the video.
A brutal moment of the video came when the man who filmed the video threatened the boys with violence to get the Inner West gang signed
“Pull up the Inner West sign, you know the sign, you know it. I know you do it, you fucking did it before, I’ll hit you, ”he said to one of the boys.
The boy obeyed and the filmmaker went to another who said he didn’t know how to make the plate.
The young men are grabbed by the throat and held by the collar while being beaten and threatened by the group of self-proclaimed gangsters
“Don’t ask stupid questions! You know how to do it, look at the camera and do it and say Inner West on top.
“Look at the camera brother before I fuck your chin.”
He also had a third boy do the sign, but when he wasn’t doing ‘right’, the man hit him in the head.
The most disturbing moment of the video comes when a man in a black Adidas tracksuit threatens the visibly distressed boys with a hammer.
“Kiss my shoes,” he shouted at the boys, who didn’t want to, and some of them murmured “no.”
Two boys were filmed forced to kiss his shoes with the man’s hand around their neck.
A boy is forced to kiss the shoes of an apparently gang member who held a hammer in his hand
At the end of the video, the man wearing a tracksuit took a crossbody bag from one of the boys.
“Oh, you really made him take your s ** t?” the man who filmed the video mocked the boy.
The video is later cut off as the men continue to harass the boys.
The group appears to be from the West Sydney gang of Inner West, best known for their rivalry with another ‘Greater Western Sydney’ gang.
The Greater Western Sydney is also associated with drilling music rap group OneFour.
A case recently heard seemed to make gangs feel they had some sort of control over the city’s territory.
The boy is held against the collar as they force him to hold up the Inner West gang sign