The Lockdown south-west Sydney
People with Turkish ancestry as a percentage of the population in Sydney divided geographically by postal area, as of the 2011 census
– By Order of the anointed one – Mick Raven
The Armenian connection
Gladys Berejiklian is an Australian politician serving as the 45th and current Premier of New South Wales and the Leader of the New South Wales Liberal Party
Berejiklian was born in Manly Hospital, Sydney, the eldest of three daughters born to Armenian immigrant parents. Her grandparents were orphaned by Turkish soldiers in the Armenian genocide in 1915.
The Armenian genocide was the systematic mass murder of around one million ethnic Armenians in the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Spearheaded by the ruling Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), it was accomplished primarily through mass executions, death marches leading to the Syrian Desert, and the forced Islamization of Armenian women and children.
The Turkish connection
Turkish Australians mainly live in New South Wales and Victoria, especially in the cities of Melbourne and Sydney. In Sydney, they are concentrated in Auburn, Guildford, Botany, Fairfield, Marrickville, Blacktown, Liverpool, Prestons and Ashfield.
The conclusion? Controlled Whack-a-Mole? – Mick Raven