REFUGEES ARE COMING HERE TO STEAL OUR JOBS AND BLUDGE ON THE DOLE!
You have been warned.
And if you decide to vote Labor at the forthcoming election you only have yourself to blame.
That’s the message from the Government’s Immigration Minister Peter Dutton, who today issued a stark warning that illiterate, non-english speaking asylum seekers are coming here to steal Australian jobs and sit on the dole. Simultaneously apparently.
“There’s no question about that,” he insisted today.
You see, according to Mr Dutton, these so-called “illegal arrivals” or “transferees” as the government likes to call them (otherwise known as “people”) are not apparently fleeing war torn nations for their basic survival, but are instead, hellbent on bankrupting ordinary Australian mum and dad investors, and their children who can’t even get a foothold in the real estate market due to these greedy refugees who also want us to foot the bill for their accommodation. Enough is enough!
It’s bad enough that many asylum seekers are in fact qualified professionals who can actually create additional jobs and opportunities (as recent history attests), but that’s best ignored.
You see, these so-called illiterate and job-seeking asylum seekers are determined to destroy our way of life by leeching upon our good nature. A sense of camaraderie and compassion that’s exemplified in our generous asylum seeker policies.
These illiterate bludgers will simply become a liability that we taxpayers will have to fund for generations to come. Where will it end?
In fact, as history shows they don’t even bother to assimilate, instead forming insular little clusters of like-minded individuals who bludge off the rest of us without fear of retribution or recrimination.
(It’s a bit like the LNP when you think about it.)
Nevertheless – IT IS A DISGRACE – and it’s a risk that we should all be aware of.
Heck if past performance is anything to go by, some of these ignorant, illiterate and self-serving thugs could one day go on to hold positions of considerable power and influence, like the Federal Treasurer or Immigration Minister for example.