DON’T WORRY ABOUT VETTING THE PARENTS, VET THE KIDS
... but not until they turn 15!
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
Of course, by then it will be too late, they will already be legitimate citizens, they cannot be deported and their siblings’ teddy bears will all have their heads missing too!
It’s not the millions of unknown Islamic “refugees” who are pouring into Europe we need to worry about. It’s not the 12,000 coming to Australia, nor is it the one million settling in Germany, or the 30,000 going to Canada or the 10,000 off to the US.
We can never be sure who the parents are but in 12 or 15 years’ time we will know exactly who their children are and in 25 years’ time we will know exactly who their children’s children are... they will be the ones holding knives as they hoist black flags, declaring a world-wide caliphate in Europe, America and Asia.
I’ve done my best with 11 children but the Muslims will always win that contest hands down.
Tony Abbott chose an excessively humanitarian figure of an extra 12,000 refugees to be brought to Australia, he stipulated that they be persecuted Christians unable to afford the smugglers’ fees. People who were wasting away in squalid camps.
But Tony Abbott was unaware he was about to be deposed... you see, he still had Howard’s lauded immigration clarion call ringing in his head:
“We will decide who comes to this country and the manner in which they come.”
The figure of 12,000 remained unchanged under Turnbull but the decision on who comes here was handed over to the UNHCR and you can bet London to a brick-on that very few, if any, refugees will now be persecuted Christians.
The UNHCR will not allow Australia a choice... that could be conceived as “racism” and very un-UN.
If Tony Abbott had looked into his deputy’s prescient black eyes, if he had been able to foresee his conspiratorial execution, the excessively generous figure of 12,000 would have been closer to 12.
The mandate Abbott earned fair and square in a landslide election is becoming unrecognisable.