Minister Dutton: Let’s Help The Right African Refugees
There is a genocide in the making in South Africa. Farmers, workers and their families are not only systematically dispossessed of their land and livelihood, but in the process they are beaten, raped and murdered. The so-called Rainbow State is returning to tribal warfare and open violence against indigenous Afrikaners and families whose ancestors settled and cultivated the land centuries ago.
Australia has generously welcomed refugees from across Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. Some where genuine, good people who came to learn, integrate and contribute. Others brought us nothing but crime, violence, a hostile ideology and systematic welfare abuse. We believe that over the last decades, we have resettled more than our fair share from developing and Islamic countries.
Now is the time we take in the right refugees: Persecuted South African and former Rhodesian farmers, workers and their families in urgent need of our help. They have no future under corrupt tribal rule
These farmers and workers are proud, hardworking people used to stand on their own feet. They speak our language, respect the same values and share our culture. They don’t come to bludge, steal, deal drugs or rape our daughters. They simply need a fair go to get back on their own feet.
This is why we ask Immigration Minister Peter Dutton to ensure that for the 2018/19 budget year, Australia will reserve 80% of available refugee visa places for South African and former Rhodesian farmers, workers and their families.
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