The Greens want Australia to take in 50,000 refugees each year.
If they get their way, Australia will receive 250,000 refugees in just five years. Plus some.
That’s because the Greens also want to change family migration immigration streams to ‘prioritise’ reunions. That’ll mean you can double the 250,000. Australia would be facing half a million refugees by 2021 in the Greens’ fantasy world.
Unfortunately, the Greens will get their way, eventually, if things don’t change. There is one simple reason for this: the major parties are filled with spineless publicity seekers who don’t know how to say no.
Anyone who thinks the Labor Party will say no to the Greens has rocks in their head. The Labor Party has responded to the Greens’ policy position like the way Chamberlain responded to Hitler: with appeasement.
Bill Shorten has said no to the Greens by promising Australians that Labor will double Australia’s refugee intake to 27,000 per year.
And anyone who thinks that the Great Waffler will keep strong on refugees has rocks in their heads too. Turnbull’s Liberals are a far cry from previous versions of this party. Those who are inside the Liberals fighting for Australia are outnumbered and face an uncertain future: how long before they are an outcast remnant of the new blue Labor Party?
The truth is that Malcolm Turnbull will be advised on social policy after the election by a former Greens Senate candidate. He’s already purged conservatives while promoting apologists for Islam like Craig Laundy. Now the Liberals are even considering preferencing the Greens after becoming trading partner across the floor of parliament, as shown by the deal to change Senate voting laws on the eve of the election.
There will be Greens in the Senate after the election and Malcolm Turnbull will be wheeling and dealing with them. Unfortunately, Malcolm Turnbull simply cannot be trusted to put Australia’s interests before his political dealings with the Greens.
That is why it is so important that strong Australian Liberty Alliance senators are elected to the Senate. It is what our second campaign video is all about: stopping the Greens and their crazy ideas before they cost Australia more than it can afford.
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