Labor’s refugee policy may lead to Police strike in Sydney

The arrival of 5700 refugees from war-torn Syria and Iraq has police resources stretched to the limit ? as they beg for more officers. Picture: Carmela Roche

The Police union in Fairfield, are deciding whether or not to go on strike because of the significant increase in crime in their part of Sydney. They are considering industrial action in the hope that it will force the government to hire more officers. One of the main reasons that they are struggling to cope is because of the significant increase in the number of refugees being placed in their area. They have been given 5700 refugees in Fairfield, double the amount being placed elsewhere. Unions support the Labor party yet, in this case, it is the Labor Party that is responsible for the problem that the Police now face.

POLICE in Sydney?s most deadly suburbs are threatening to go slow on crime because there is too much of it.

Officers at Fairfield will this week decide whether to use a limited form of strike action unless they get at least 10 new officers and another multicultural liaison officer.

Fairfield is the most disadvantaged area in Sydney and has a murder rate almost ?double the state average. It had 17 shootings in the past year, including three murders.

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Hey Bill, now that John’s gone, do you mind turning immigration down a tad?

RNZ reports

The number of people coming to New Zealand to live or visit is at a record high.

Official figures show more than 71,300 people settled here in the year to January, beating the previous annual record set a month earlier by 700.

The January month also set a new high of 6460 – the fifth successive month net migration has exceeded 6000.

At some point, enough has to be enough. ?We are having capacity problems across the board, from housing to education. ? Read more »


Trump: TPP a “job killer” and Australian refugee deal “dumb”

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is hopeful the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal will survive with just 11 nations after Mr Trump withdrew the US from it just days into his presidency.

Mr Trump told the rally the TPP was a job killer and said he would pursue his pre-election plan of striking “tremendous” one-on-one trade deals with countries so the US does not “get caught in quicksand”.

“I followed through on my promise to withdraw from the job killing disaster known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership,” Mr Trump said to loud cheers.

Mr Turnbull and Mr Trump infamously clashed in a January 28 phone call about the refugee deal the prime minister struck with President Barack Obama last year.

Mr Trump has reluctantly said he will honour the deal despite calling it “dumb”, but the refugees currently held on Nauru and Manus Island will only be allowed into the US if they pass “extreme vetting”.

New Zealand has been wanting its share of them for years now, but the Aussies are hell bent on sending them to the United States instead. ? Read more »

Terrorists are “definitely” hiding among Syrian refugees

Trump was right again.

In an interview with Yahoo News’s Michael Isikoff, the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that terrorists were definitely hiding among the more than 4.8 million people who have been displaced by the Syrian Civil War.

Asked if some of those who fled are “aligned with terrorists,” Assad quickly replied: “Definitely.”

“You can find it on the Net,” Assad went on. “Those terrorists in Syria, holding the machine gun or killing people, they [appear as] peaceful refugees in Europe or in the West.”

“You don?t need a significant number to commit atrocities,” he noted. He also said that the 9/11 attacks were pulled off by fewer than 20 terrorists, “out of maybe millions of immigrants in the United States. So it?s not about the number, it?s about the quality, it?s about the intentions.”

So Trump wanted to put a lid on it, and a liberal activist judge got in the way. ?In New Zealand, politicians don’t even acknowledge the potential problem in the first place – a refugee is a refugee, no matter what. ? Read more »

The Buffoon Bouffant misses the point on the refugee debate

via TVNZ

New Zealand communities should be allowed to sponsor refugees on top of the nation’s current 750 per year quota, United Future leader Peter Dunne says.

While Mr Dunne backs doubling the current baseline quota he believes there’s a smarter way to look at refugee settlement by engaging New Zealand’s community spirit.

“Up and down the country, and in my own Ohariu electorate, I see the compassion of New Zealanders welcoming refugee families and putting their hands up to help those who need support,” he said.

“Our refugee programme should engage directly with that generous and inclusive spirit and allow communities to sponsor refugees in addition to our current quota.”

A community sponsorship pilot programme, for up to 25 people, is due to be trialled this year.

Such a programme, which already exist beyond trials overseas, would still be subject to vetting and immigration security.

The debate is about?who we let in. ?Not about how many. ?By all means, sponsor them. ?I don’t care. ?Build a house, buy them groceries. ?Pay for their smart phones. ? Every street can have a designated pet refugee they look after.

But like picking out a dog from the SPCA, you simply don’t know what you’re going to get until you get it home and get to live with it for a while.

At least with the SPCA you can go back and tell them it didn’t work out. ?They’ll take it back.

What will we do with sponsored refugees that lose the support of their sponsors?


NZN via Yahoo! News


So, it’s a travesty stopping refugees under Trump? Have the Democrats forgotten their actions after Vietnam?

Everyone on the left-wing is up in arms about denying refugees from Syria and other wog nations access to the US.

Democrats in particular are especially upset and while John Campbell might wet his panties that some Democrat Attorneys-General are p[osturing over the executive orders perhaps they should cast their minds back to their actions after the Vietnam War.

One old tusker is still around forgetting his own actions back in the day.

While there was recent rebellion against President Trump?s refugee, executive order, there were many liberals in 1975 associated with big-name Democrats against any Vietnam refugees wanting out of South Vietnam as it was absorbed by communists?there were millions! These left wingers were not even open to orphans coming to America.

California Governor Jerry Brown led the anti-refugee outfit that included well-known liberals such as Senator Joe Biden (D-DE), Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman (D-NY) and former-presidential ?peace candidate? George McGovern.? Read more »

South Korea put the welfare of Korean women first


It is refreshing to see a government that is prepared to put the welfare of their existing citizens before the welfare of foreigners. Left -wing governments all over the world push their globalist and anti-border agendas with no care or concern for the danger they are exposing their citizens to. A government’s job is to protect its citizens. We build fences and walls around our homes not because we hate the people outside but because we love the people inside.

The South Korean government has granted refugee status to only three Syrians since 2014, according to information confirmed by The Korea Observer Thursday.
…Kim claims that the government is strategically denying visas to asylum seekers to minimize the number of applications received.

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Why are some refugees and immigrants trying to kill their hosts?

Karl du Fresne looks into his crystal ball and sees political capital in being more cautious about inviting people to live in New Zealand that have no other objective than to hang onto their way of live at the cost of ours.

All over the democratic world (France, Austria and Italy too) politics is in a state of turbulence and uncertainty as the old political order unravels. Former British prime minister David Cameron is the most conspicuous casualty of the disruption, but he may not be the last.

The common denominator is immigration. While it might be the natural inclination of compassionate Western European countries to shelter millions of desperate refugees fleeing instability and turmoil in the Middle East and North Africa, it was only a matter of time before Islamist terrorism provoked a backlash.

After all, what sort of person repays his hosts? hospitality by trying to kill them?

The ideal of multiculturalism, long an article of faith in liberal western democracies, is now under intense pressure. But if the mood has turned against refugees, it?s largely because having risked their lives fleeing from corrupt and tyrannical Muslim regimes, some of those refugees then perversely and illogically set out to destroy the civilised and tolerant societies that have given them sanctuary.

One of the options Karl is missing is that a number of people that immigrate or choose to be refugees are in fact soldiers for a cause that have an objective to?disrupt. Read more »

What has happened to the famous German efficiency?


My great Grandparents on my father’s side emigrated from Germany to Australia. My Great Nana, in particular, was a tough but loving pioneer who built a future for her large brood of children through backbreaking physical work and determination. She didn’t just bring up her own children she also brought up a lot of her grandchildren including my father. From a young age, he learned self-sufficiency and personal responsibility at her knee. If she sent him out with a rifle and two bullets she expected him to bring home two rabbits for dinner. My Dad’s favourite story is the day she gave him only one bullet and he brought home two rabbits. I think my Great Nana deserves the credit for my Father being a skilled counter sniper amongst other talents when he was a soldier.

German’s have always been famous for their efficiency but it seems that the stereotype no longer has a basis in truth. Something has emasculated the German people. I couldn’t believe?my eyes when I read the following article.

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Truth is stranger than fiction; migrants sue Germany

We live in a strange world where migrants can sue the country that housed them, fed them, clothed them and educated their children by using that country’s money and legal system to do it.

Despite facing overwhelming numbers Germany has been attempting to do a halfway decent job processing the millions of migrants who are claiming asylum. To add insult to injury, after being a huge drain on Germany’s resources, six thousand of them are now adding legal costs to the bill. Germany’s Achilles heel is its liberalism. Because of its lack of conservatism and patriotism ?it is an easy target. Free things attract people who want free stuff not ?people who want to work for a living and contribute to your society. Socialists and liberals always rely on conservatives and capitalists to create the wealth so that they can redistribute it. ?The way Germany is going it soon will have no more wealth left to give.

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