A university academic, Associate Professor Anne Pedersen, has reportedly called for the intake of refugees into Australia to be almost doubled.
Clearly this do-gooder, ensconced in her ivory tower (who describes herself as “a long-standing asylum seeker and refugee advocate”), cares more for Third World refugees than she does for the Australian people.
Other refugee advocates and various pushers of high immigration rates want Australia to double the refugee intake, or worse. Some lunatics even advocate that we have an “open borders” policy.
Since the 1970s, Australia has taken in a massive number of refugees; it is an influx that has never stopped, and – under the rule of the Liberal-Labor apparatchiks – it probably never will.
The intake of refugees from certain African countries has been of particular concern, with the outrageous high crime rates associated with such groups after their arrival in Australia.
Also of concern are those “refugees” from Islamic countries, with many of them being fundamentalist Muslims who have fled, not from Islam, but merely from opposing fundamentalist Muslims, so that many of them still want to bring in their brand of fundamentalism and sharia law into Australia.
If Australia is to take in refugees, we should look at taking in the more culturally compatible people from the formerly prosperous South Africa, where Boer farmers are suffering a process of genocide, being subjected to racial discrimination, racial violence, and one of the highest murder rates in the world (while the “progressive” South African government turns a blind eye).
The most logical immigration intake are culturally compatible migrants, who have a working grasp of the English language, who can enter the workforce quickly, and who easily fit into the Australian way of life, adding to the social cohesion of the nation.
It’s high time we have common sense brought into the country’s immigration policies. The Australian Protectionist Party is committed to an immigration programme based upon common sense; one that furthers the interests of the Australian people, not one that panders to the anti-national drones of an out-of-touch academia.
“Academics mark down major parties on asylum seekers”, Fremantle Herald, 21 July 2012, page 10