White South African immigrants getting preference over blacks stirs-up the communists in Liberal, Labor and Greens
A demarcation dispute has arisen between members of the Australian Liberal Party Government over relaxing visa requirements for white South Africans to enter Australia.
Left-leaning Foreign Minister Julie Bishop countered the offer when centre-right Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said he would relax entry rules before black Africans murdered any more of the 30,000-strong white farming community.
Bishop’s intervention came after the United Nations insisted, when assessing immigration applications that Australia give no preferential treatment to white farmers over black African savages. White farmers have been feeding the nation’s 50 million blacks for more than a century.
It should be noted the vast majority of the nation’s 50 million blacks do not originate from there, but came from across Africa to populate the country because of its strong, white-led economic management and prosperity.
Marxist Greens leader, Richard Di Natale, the son of Italian migrants. claimed Mr Dutton was a racist for allowing white residents preference over black immigrants.
A spokesman for Peter Dutton said the Minister would be “holding his ground” because he was greatly concerned about the violence being uncovered against the farming community after the South African parliament passed a law a month ago allowing black savages to forcibly remove white farmers from their land without compensation, some held in the same family ownership for 120 years.
Already reports have surfaced of families being murdered in much the same way as Mugabe’s terrorists did after the fall of the white Rhodesian Government 39 years ago
The disgusting, racist ‘apartheid’ campaign waged against the Rhodesian Government during the 1960’s and 70’s by the UK, EU and Australia resulted in the violent deaths of thousands of white Rhodesians.
Former left-wing Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, while visiting Tennessee in 1986, was found wandering in the Admiral Benbow Inn wearing nothing but a shirt and tie and a tiny towel.
Conspiracy theories about what happened to Malcolm Fraser’s trousers even extended to Mossad’s involvement because Mr Fraser was wrecking an Israeli arms deal with South Africa.
He said at the time: “There’s nothing I can say.”
Labor leader Bill Shorten, predictably, criticised the visa deal saying there should be no preferences given to oppressed white residents.
Mr Shorten and Mr Di Natale realise they shore up their voting base by allowing more blacks into the country.
Meanwhile terrified Melbourne residents on a daily basis have to face gangs of black African thugs who have taken control of the streets unopposed by law enforcement, which insists “there are no violent gangs here.”
Government slips another $25m to Syria and Iraq while food producers and regional towns struggle to survive
Federal Government creates emergency relief fund for Indo-Pacific region yet leaves our farmers and small business in regional areas to cope with predatory banks and their dodgy receivers selling off farms and closing businesses. Where is the Labor Party Opposition?
The federal government has announced it will provide a further $25 million in funding towards aid in Syria and Iraq.
The funding will be drawn out of Australia’s emergency relief fund, which is usually provided to disaster-stricken areas in the Indo-Pacific region. There is no relief fund set up by government for Australian disasters to draw from.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced the funding at the Syria Donors Conference in London on Thursday. It brings Australia’s total assistance to Iraq and Syria to $258 million since 2011.
On Tuesday, Bishop met with a small group of foreign ministers, including US Secretary of State John Kerry, to discuss the humanitarian crisis in Syria and how they can combat the Islamic State.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull congratulates Julie Bishop for donating yet another $25m to Syria as Australian farmers and regional towns struggle to survive bank foreclosures and suicides
John Kerry likened the scenes in Syria to the aftermath of World War II, and said the situation in Syria was getting worse, not better.
In a media release on Thursday Minister Bishop said the latest additional aid funding from Australia “will support civilians affected by the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.”
“In Syria, 13.5 million people require urgent humanitarian assistance. A further 4.6 million Syrians are refugees in neighbouring countries. An estimated 10 million people in Iraq also require urgent humanitarian support this year.”
The federal government will also deploy ten Australian Civilian Corps specialists to help protect Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Jordan, working with UN and NGO partners who provide water, camps and education to those in need.
Of the $25 million in new funds, $20 million will go to Syrian aid partners and other aid groups working in the region including UNICEF, WFP, UNHCR and Australian NGOs.
Iraq will receive the remaining $5 million, including $2 million provided to the United Nations Development Programme.
The extra funding comes after the government’s foreign aid funding was cut by $1 billion in the 2015 budget and a huge $7.6 billion was cut — over five years — in the 2014 budget.
Abbott was removed so the Climate Accord can be signed in Paris in November. Cairns News has warned of this for many months. There must be a national awareness campaign and Australia must not sign it. It shows just how many traitors lurk among the ranks of the Liberals, Nationals, Labor and Greens. Read the leaked email below and weep:
|Subject: Invitation to Climate Change Information Session and Private Briefing
I write to invite you and your advisors to a Parliamentary Information Session on the Science of Climate Change. At the session leading Australian climate scientists will discuss the impact of Australia’s decision to sign the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and the upcoming COP21. There is also an opportunity for you to meet with climate researchers in private briefings, should your diary permit.
Date: Tuesday 20 October 2015
Date: Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 October 2015
Supported by The Honourable Greg Hunt MP, Mr Mark Butler MP and Senator Larissa Waters, the lunchtime information session will include presentations from some of Australia’s most eminent climate change researchers based at leading research institutions across the country. You can find short biographies on these scientists in the attached.
There will be a focus on the local, regional and global impacts of climate change (in particular the effects of sea level rise), the economics of reducing Australia’s emissions, and possible mitigation and adaptation measures. In addition, a broader discussion will consider how Australia can address the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and, I hope, provide fruitful information in the lead up to COP21 in Paris in November.
We hope you and your advisors will be able to find time in your busy schedule to attend this information session and/or meet privately with the visiting researchers on Tuesday 20 and Wednesday 21 October to discuss any area of climate science of interest.
To arrange an individual meeting, or for more details about the information session, please contact Ms Anna Moloney, Global Change Institute Communications and Engagement Manager, advising if there are specific climate scientists you would like to attend your private briefing.
We look forward to meeting with you.
Communications and Engagement Manager
Sent on behalf of:
Probergfessor Ove Hoegh-Guld PhD FAA
Professor and Director
ARC Laureate Fellow
Prince Albert II of Monaco Climate Change Award (2014)
Staff House Road
This video is a load of laughs that does highlight the comfort zone of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs considered safe from refugee invasion on King Malcolm’s turf. It is worth the police involvement, the residents’ comments, the disgust at robed people in their suburbs displaying the self proclaimed elite who do not want 5,000 refugees in their suburbs, or “Living next door to Malcolm”
The closet socialist Malcolm Turnbull has toppled Prime Minister Tony Abbott in the leadership stakes. In a hastily called ballot on Monday night, Turnbull emerged as victor, 54 votes to 44.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has been elected by the party room as deputy leader.
Turnbull has long been an apologist for Islam and has never spoken adversely about the growing Muslim menace in Australia. He is a supporter of gay marriage and will certainly not have the backing of the nation’s churches.
The ALP will now take a back seat as Opposition Leader Bill Shorten faces the stark reality he will never be a Prime Minister. In any case he will be consumed by revelations of criminal activity unearthed by the Royal Commission into Union Corruption.
Should the ALP find a new and acceptable leader before the next election, Turnbull might suffer the same fate as former Labor PM, Kevin Rudd.
from Daily Telegraph and Cairnsnews
Liberal MP Ewen Jones defies public opposition and demands 50,000 refugees of unknown origin
GOVERMENT whip Andrew Nikolic fears some of his federal parliamentary colleagues are trying to “out-compassion” each other on refugee intakes in the wake of Syria’s humanitarian crisis.
“What we need to do is act on the basis of evidence, not throw figures out there,” the Liberal MP said today. Any final decision on how to help refugees should be bipartisan, he added.
His comments come after Liberal senator Cory Bernardi told parliament yesterday the refugee crisis in Europe was becoming an “opportunistic cycle” that was masking the true humanitarian need of persecuted Syrians.
The outspoken senator accused Greens leader Richard Di Natale of using the image of a drowned Syrian toddler to evoke emotion.
Senator Bernardi is concerned about a growing trade in fake Syrian passports and Pakistanis ditching their documents and pretending to be from the war-ravaged nation.
“Of course there is a problem, but you cannot just open your borders and allow any number of people come through without the checks,” he said.
Senator Di Natale says Prime Minister Tony Abbott is effectively “turning his back” on some of the world’s most vulnerable.
“Even if Mr Abbott agreed to fast-track the three-year increase in the humanitarian intake from 13,750 to 18,750 it wouldn’t be enough, he told ABC radio today.
Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop wouldn’t be drawn on Australia’s refugee intake today but said she felt for those fleeing the terror of Syria. “It’s heartbreaking. I have been there,’ she said.
Appearing on Channel Nine today, Ms Bishop was asked how many asylum seekers fleeing war torn Syria and Iraq would be granted humanitarian visas, or if the number would increase from existing protocol.
“We’re focusing on women and children and families of persecuted minorities who are currently in camps on the borders between Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq,” she told Today host Karl Stefanovic.
Stefanovic asked Ms Bishop if she felt for those fleeing their homelands.
“Absolutely, it’s heartbreaking. I have been there, I’ve been in Lebanon, I’ve been in Jordan, I’ve met with people in these camps.”
Refusing to be drawn on whether Australia would increase its overall refugee intake, Ms Bishop said the crisis in Syria will involve offering temporary and permanent refuge.
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has provided an initial report to the government on his talks in Paris with United Nations officials and is on his way to Geneva for further discussions with the UNHCR and International Organisation for Migration.
Labor says at least 10,000 extra places should be offered under the humanitarian and refugee program, aid groups say it should be 30,000 while federal government backbencher Liberal MP Ewen Jones has argued for 50,000.
Liberal MP Ewen Jones in action
“I think if we’re going to play in that space we should have a significant number, somewhere between 30,000 and 50,000 people,” Liberal MP Ewen Jones told ABC TV on Monday night.
Ms Bishop said no decision would be made until further advice was received from Mr Dutton and she consulted with foreign ministers especially from the Gulf and Middle East regions.
However she said the government would consider both permanent places and temporary safe haven, similar to that offered during the Kosovo conflict, for those fleeing the violence.
“We will be part of an international response to this unfolding crisis,” she said.
Australia was also working with the international community on resolving the political crisis in Syria and stopping the killing of civilians by Islamic State fighters.
“It will require a military as well as a political solution,” Ms Bishop said.
On a domestic level, there was a need to ensure health care, education, accommodation and other services were available.
Refugee children make death threats and abuse Rockhampton teachers
‘We will have huge problems down the track’….Pauline Hanson on Channel 7 today.
Ms Bishop was making her comments as Pauline Hanson, on Sunrise, was warning that Tony Abbott faced a backlash if the government increased its refugee intake.
“On a per capita basis we take in more refugees than any other country throughout the world,” she said.
“When we see the photos … yes our hearts go out to these people, but let’s step back and ask where is the money coming from?”
The former One Nation leader claimed that refugee children in Rockhampton high schools were abusing and making death threats to their teachers, while their parents were taking jobs off local residents.
“If you want to have peace and harmony in this country you cannot keep increasing the Muslims, Islam, in Australia … we will have huge problems down the track,” she said.
“There are millions of Australians that are concerned about this, so go and speak to the Australian people because that’s exactly what I’ve been doing.
“And I warn Tony Abbott, he will have a backlash if he takes a lot of these people in at the next election, so he better prepared for it.”
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is considering fast-tracking the government’s planned four-year increase in Australia’s total refugee intake to cater for displaced Syrians stranded in the European humanitarian crisis.
The government had planned to increase the total refugee intake from 13,750 this year to 18,750 by 2018-19, but that rise could be expedited to allow Australia to devote the 5000 extra refugee places created to Syrians.
Sydney’s Catholic Archbishop Anthony Fisher, meanwhile, has joined calls for the overall refugee intake to be “very substantially” increased.