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A Brisbane man has hit out at politicians for stirring up anti-African sentiment after his family was the victim of an abusive outburst, but questions have been raised over the timing.

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A Brisbane man has hit out at politicians for stirring up anti-African sentiment after his family was the victim of an abusive outburst, but questions have been raised over the timing.

Dave F Anei recorded video of a Caucasian man hurling abuse through the screen door of his Inala home in Brisbane's southern suburbs.

The vision shows Mr Anei leave the home, walk into the property's front yard, and confront the angry man demanding he leave the property.

“I don't give a f–k who you are that's what I'm saying. I don't give a f–k who your Africian boys are mate,” the intruder tells Mr Anei.

“Walking up here with knives and s–t… do you know who us Aussies are?”

Mr Anei can be heard pleading with the man to leave before a scuffle breaks out and the video ends.

Baindu Lamin, Mr Anei's ex-wife, was at the home at the time of the attack. She was the first to be approached by the man as she collected her mail.

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“I've never experienced such stuff. For me to experience this sort of thing is really scary. I was like wow,” she told .

She fled inside the home and alerted her ex-husband who began filming the altercation.

Mr Anei posted the video to social media, pointing the finger at federal politicians as the reason for the attack.

“I hold the Prime Minister Malcolm Trumbull [sic] and his Minister's [sic] for Home Affairs Peter Dutton full responsibilit[sic] for this racial attack on my family because they chose to be in the office to serve certain group of Australian communities not Australia as a whole country, their words was 'tackle this #Africangang problem' and 'people are afraid to go out to restaurants at night',” he wrote.

The reference to both the Prime Minister and Mr Dutton relates to recent commentary on purported African gang violence in Victoria.

But questions are being raised about Mr Anei's motives with confirmation the attack shown in the video occurred around one year ago.

Ms Lamin isn't sure why her ex-husband is purporting the incident was in response to recent events of gang violence of coverage in the media.

“Maybe he's just trying to raise a point the Africans are not the only terrible people,” she told .

Mr Dutton on Victorian radio today again acknowledged the problem.

“Families are concerned in some cases to go out, depending on where they're living, of a night time,” he told station 3AW.

“I don't want to see somebody hurt at the hands of these thugs again, and I'm worried it is elevating. You are seeing the machete attacks or weapons they are taking into service stations … it is going to ramp up.”

Mr Anei's post was quickly shared online with many comments sympathetic to his views that federal government intervention on the issue has stirred up anti-African feelings.

Mr Anei would not comment on the video or the Facebook post.

Queensland police have confirmed they are aware of the vision and the post, but that Mr Anei has indicated he does not wish to make a formal complaint.

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