The non stop emotive campaign by the media and the elites for the ‘Biloela family’ (a bunch of proven fake asylum seekers who went to a rural town (got jobs (ie took them off someone else for a lower wage) which automatically deemed them ‘wonderful’ and ‘hard working’) and now demand to stay, despite being repeatedly proven to be liars and fake refugees, really is something.
Every day there is an emotive photo of them crying, or holding little hand painted signs, notably on ABC/Fairfax, to create the false impression there is a general community support for them to stay. Its a shame they cant show the little smirks on their faces in private when they think about the con they are perpetuating by pretending to be genuine refugees. They wont mention how the father simultaneously claimed to be ‘in hiding’ in Sri Lanka from the authorities during the war there, while in fact jetting in and out of Colombo airport (during wartime!) to work overseas (and the fact that, oddly, he didn’t mention this until confronted with the evidence of it).
And its also a pity they wont show the four real refugees facing starvation or death who will be kept out of Australia as a result of this family’s fraud. Also a shame we can’t fast forward to the future, when this family, citizenship obtained despite not meeting the rules, start demanding to bring out their extended family, or their sick elderly relatives to dump in our hospital system at our expense.
Or as someone said, what is the point about having rules about refugees when everyone’s just allowed to break them and stay anyway? (provided the media run an emotive campaign for you).
But whats really driving this emotive and total media campaign, is of course, far nastier. Its to ‘frame’ all debates about immigration to be about race and refugees (noting the irony of course that this family are fake refugees). This automatically puts everyone who questions unlimited population growth, or the growth of visa slave guestworker schemes on the defensive as automatic ‘racists’. And the media and business elites can then get what they want- a cheap overseas worker slave system which guts wages and living standards. They couldn’t give a stuff about refugees (that’s why they are endorsing fake ones). And of course the arguments against the exploitation of visa slaves, and against ever rising population have nothing to do with race. Its the visa slave immigration lobby that are the real racists.
In fact, ironically, the real racists here are the media and business elites demanding visa slaves as they have a deeply held belief they have the right to import cheap foreign labor to do with as they please. These elites wouldn’t be out of place in 1850s southern USA – they have the same arguments. The immigrants (slaves) should be happy to have a job, they are naturally suited to the outdoor work etc, their masters are beneficial, slavery (visa work) is natural!. And, above all, holy of holies, it keeps wages down!
Sometimes I wonder if the journalists who spout all this pro immigration crap on the Fairfax website or ABC could just be replaced with bots saying ‘we need to restart immigration’, ‘skills shortage’ etc etc endlessly. It wouldn’t be any more cliched, forced (and obviously pushed by management) than the rubbish they already spout.
We need to stand up to this fake, lying manipulative campaign by our media elites, which is designed to push cheap foreign labor (and nothing else) and which is racist to the core. The same way it was demanded of us to fling open the borders to Indian travellers (over half of which who tried to board flights who were infected) so that we could give our lives and have outbreaks to make the media elites happy, we must stand up against the lies of the pro slavery lobby.
As we are shoved into every more crowded cities, as we are replaced by $3 per hour visa slaves, as we rent (as we are not allowed to buy houses anymore), as our hospitals collapse from overcrowding, as we are told that we are ‘racist’ for questioning any of this, and as our elites sneer at us from their ABC TV shows, or overpaid university visa factory admin careers, soon we will shout ‘enough’.