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MUSLIMS TURNED BACK BY AUSTRALIAN NAVY SHOUT REMEMBER 9/11

Published at www.sosnews.org February 2015

To keep your mind on the assimilation of our misunderstood Islamic cousins, here is a reminder to their appreciation of our Navy personnel saving their lives under the Labor government open house policy.

Their true intentions soon came to surface.

A group of Muslims attempting to invade Australia illegally by boat but turned back by the Australian navy and were sent away in their crappy boat and were filmed yelling “fuck Australia, remember 9/11.”

This is the attitude of all these Muslims coming into Western nations. They all hate us and they would all just as soon kill our Men and rape our women.

How could these 34 people from Iran, Pakistan, Bangladesh— mostly Muslim countries that are neither war-torn nor famine-struck — think that threatening to kill Australian sailors, shouting “f—- Australia” and warning of another September 11 would make the country unlock their hearts and their door?

Moral of the story: ban all Muslim immigration permanently. Deport whoever has entered already.

 

Editorial: The moral never happened, the problem remains, the dinosaurs still hold government swinging on those shirttails of the party faithful who ride the slide to the irretrievable position the Islamic puppet masters created for the control of Australia.   

GILLARD/RUDD LET 120,000 ILLEGALS FLY IN

Thursday, 7th August 2014

Larry Pickering

Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, recently returned to the fray over concern that news sources are being threatened by the Gillard Government.

GILLARD/RUDD LET 120,000 ILLEGALS FLY IN

 

In an astonishing Fairfax report, compiled from freedom of information documents, an estimated 120,000 illegal entrants flew into Australia between the years 2008 and 2013… and they remain here on fake passports and false documents.

The majority of illegal fly-ins are on fraudulent student visas and work permits and they departed mostly from Middle Eastern hot spots, including Afghanistan, under the auspices of people smugglers.

Perhaps Sarah Hanson-Young might be convinced to call these people illegal immigrants? Hmmm, no. Sarah will shed another tear while she describes them as more desperate refugees escaping persecution.

The SMH complains that. “… they arrive unchecked while the Government focuses on stopping boats.”

In a comprehensive lead article not once is it mentioned that illegal arrivals on both boats and planes began and continued under the Gillard/Rudd regime.

Fairfax continues, “The confidential Immigration Department files reveal repeated internal warnings over several years that widespread visa fraud is ‘business as usual’ yet remains largely untreated because the department’s investigation and enforcement capacity had collapsed.

“… an internal inquiry into Afghan visa applicants in 2012 assessed that more than 90 per cent of cases contained fraud of some type and raised people smuggling, identity fraud, suspected child trafficking and national security implications.

“Also, a 2010 report reveals that immigration investigators had uncovered a Somali people-smuggling cell in Melbourne linked to terrorist suspect Hussein Hashi Farah, who ‘is believed to have links to the al-Qaeda offshoot al-Shabab’ and who fled Kenyan counterterrorism officials using an Australian passport in 2010.

“But the departmental file shows that a 2009 investigation into the cell’s activities was deemed low priority and ceased due to a lack of resources”. Hmmm, 2009? Again no mention of the responsible Government of K. Rudd.

* “Tens of thousands of immigration fraudsters living freely after being assisted by migration crime networks exploiting weaknesses in working, student, family and humanitarian visa programs, including loopholes that have left the department sometimes ‘generating the fraud’.

* “The (immigration) department is ‘responsible for granting a record number of student visas to people who may not be considered genuine students as well as granting permanent residence to skilled migration applicants who do not have the appropriate skills being claimed.

* “In 2013, department chiefs were warned in a confidential report that the agency’s investigations arm had collapsed, risking the integrity of its programs and ultimately national security.”

Hmmm, let me think, I’m almost certain that was under the Gillard Government.

Fairfax continues, “A 2010 report into a Somali people-smuggling network stated that despite evidence pointing to multiple breaches of the Criminal Code Act and the Migration Act, the department had secured only one minor prosecution. Media attention and three PMQs [prime minister briefings] on this issue have not been enough for the government to address this situation, the immigration file states.

“Another 2010 report states that evidence uncovered to date indicates that fraud within the General Skilled Migration program is extensive with estimates at around 90 per cent [or] more than 40,000 suspect visa applications lodged per year for the last three years.”

And still no mention of the culpable governments of Gillard’s or Rudd’s.

Oh well, I guess that’s our culpable Fairfax.

Immigration, World Poverty and Gumballs – Updated 2010

Clear and concise is this professional presentation with the use of “gumballs” explaining the bottom line of immigration failure so you may make informed decisions .

You might care to forward this video to your federal and state MP so they can understand how immigration “does not work” when next called to vote in the party room on your behalf !!!

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ALP asks Aussies to take in boat people

Government asks Aussie residents to take in refugees

THE Federal Government will pay families up to $300 a week to temporarily house asylum seekers in their homes to help deal with the increasing flood of arrivals.

With the Immigration Department now facing a potential shortage of community housing to accommodate detainees who are being released into the community, the Government has turned to householders for help.

Under a plan slated to start next month, the Government will seek to access the 5000 homes registered under the privately run Australian Homestay Network (AHN) to host asylum seekers released from detention on bridging visas.

AHN was originally established to provide short-term private home accommodation and board for international students.

The organisation, which first approached the Federal Government with the plan last year, began writing to its national client base three weeks ago seeking applications from home owners to house asylum seekers.

The Immigration Department confirmed it would pay for security vetting and training for families which want to take up the offer.

It will also pay a weekly stipend of between $220 and $300 to families to cover food and board for detainees.

Almost 1000 detainees have been released into the community over the past two months, since the Government’s change of policy last year to ease pressure on detention centres.

The high cost of the Community Placement Network plan is expected to be allocated from the existing detention centre funding, which will be revealed in next week’s Budget.

The AHN, which was set up to accommodate international students for short periods in family homes, claimed the initial period of housing for asylum seekers would be for six weeks, but could be extended.

“The Community Placement Network is an initiative designed to provide short-term accommodation (for) eligible asylum seekers while they independently source longer term sustainable accommodation in the community,” AHN executive chairman David Bycroft said.

“The CPN is for people interested in assisting asylum seekers to live in the community on a bridging visa while awaiting the resolution of their immigration status. It is not for people interested in international student hosting.”

The Refugee Council of Australia has backed the plan, claiming it would allow more people to be released from detention and live in the community while their applications were processed.

“Mandatory detention makes people mentally ill and is expensive,” the council’s CEO Paul Power said.

Opposition immigration spokesman Scott Morrison slammed the plan, claiming it confirmed the Government had reached the point of desperation: “Labor’s decision to house adult male asylum seekers released on bridging visas in the spare rooms of Australian families is a desperate, reckless policy from a government that has lost control.

“When Australians expressed concern about rising costs of living, this was not an invitation for Julia Gillard to supplement household incomes by offering to pay the rent on your spare room or granny flat for asylum seekers.

“The fact Australian families are now being asked to house asylum seekers who have arrived illegally by boat, including those whose claims have been rejected, shows just how desperate Labor have become over their failed border protection policies which have seen almost 17,000 people now arrive on 301 boats.”

A spokesman for Immigration Minister Chris Bowen, said: “This is yet another cheap shot from the Coalition, who like to demonise asylum seeker issues.”

Read more: http://www.news.com.au/national/aussies-asked-to-take-in-refugees/story-e6frfkvr-1226345214230#ixzz1tkpvtXoy