Asylum Seekers or Islamic Invasion?

The Boats keep coming:  Five in a week

These people are not coming to Australia because they’re running from Islam: they invade Australia to claim Australia for Islam.

Australia’s Unelected Labor Gov’t  is Aiding and Abetting the Islamic Invasion

Welcome, asylum seekers – Chris Bowen and Julia Gillard’s ship of fortune

WASHING machines, microwave ovens, DVDs and plasma TVs are among a 60-item welcome gift pack for asylum seekers offered rent-free homes in the community.

To fulfil a promise to move an influx of families out of detention, the Gillard Government is now fitting out each home with up to $10,000 worth of furnishings and electronics.

They are given food hampers upon arrival at rented homes where they wait for their claims to be processed.

The revelation comes as border protection authorities reveal they have intercepted two more boats carrying asylum seekers overnight, five boats in the past week, and middle – and high-income families struggling with cost of living pressures brace for cuts to private health rebates and the impact of the carbon tax.

Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said this morning HMAS Leeuwin intercepted a boat carrying 65 people north north-east of Christmas Island late last night.

HMAS Ararat intercepted a vessel carrying 71 people west of Christmas Island early this morning, bringing to five the number of boats intercepted since last Saturday.

Everything from beds, fridges, mattresses and lounges to an alarm clock radio, clothes hangers and containers for biscuits are being bought in a “household goods formation package” that contains more than 60 items.

It includes a television at a minimum size of 53cm.

An average family of five is eligible for $7100 worth of goods, while larger families of more than nine people can be provided with up to $9850 in furnishings, the Opposition has revealed after Senate estimates this week.

Special consideration is given to providing computers, internet access, mobile phones, bikes, skateboards, rollerblades, iPods, games consoles and sewing machines.

There are 97 homes being rented in Sydney suburbs – and funded by taxpayers – at an average cost of $416 a week with families arriving to a hamper of bread, butter, milk, eggs, other “essentials” and cleaning products.

Asylum seekers are living in Ashfield, Auburn and Bankstown, Blacktown, Cabramatta, Dural and North Curl Curl.

Families with a baby can access a $750 pack of basic supplies. Phone and electricity connections are also paid for.

The assistance is on top of free doctors’ visits, dental care, pharmaceuticals, education and payments of up to $433.25 a fortnight to sustain asylum seekers unable to work.

Almost 1600 asylum seekers are housed in community detention across the country.

Opposition Immigration spokesman Scott Morrison said the revelations would disappoint families struggling with cost of living rises.

“The cost of Labor’s border protection failures is a slap in the face to every Australian family trying to cope with rising costs of living, made worse by Labor’s carbon tax and their abandonment of private health insurance,” Mr Morrison said.

Immigration Minister Chris Bowen said the government was being responsible in providing asylum seekers with basic provisions while their claims were being assessed.

“We have a duty of care to provide essential items such as cleaning supplies, furniture and bedding, and baby items such as prams, for vulnerable asylum seekers in community detention,” a spokesman said.

“People do not keep the goods, they remain in a house when a family moves out and are used by the next people who move in. These people are not allowed to work.”

Asylum seekers late last year were asking for housing, visas and internet access when they arrived.

For more than five years the Red Cross has been contracted to provide the packages, but the numbers of people in community housing has exploded since Mr Bowen pledged in October 2010 to move most children out of detention.

“They are basic supplies, we are not talking about luxury,” Red Cross spokesman Michael Raper said.

 For many Australians a luxury they can ill afford.
The Muslim support industry is in high gear: the socialist rabble that supports the Islamic invasion will not like the outcome. Once they realize that they themselves will be replaced by a Mohammedan proletariat it will be too late.

One of the Detention Centers destroyed by impatient Muslim asylum welfare seekers

It is not the treatment of detainees in Australia’s immigration detention centres  that are causing long-term mental health problems to Islamic welfare seekers. These people suffer from the worst mental condition that ever infected humanity, and its name is Islam.

“….Arab Islamic countries do not suffer from poverty, or disease, or illiteracy, or exploitation; they only suffer from the worst of all plagues: Islam….” (Dr. A. Carlebach)

Al Jizz demands more  accommodation and submission to Islam:

The number of asylum seekers reaching Australia’s shores is rising rapidly.

Currently, more than 4,400 people are held in immigration detention centres across the country.

Some detainees have been locked up for years, isolated from the rest of the world, and are developing significant mental illnesses.

Sarah Ferguson explores how many cases of self-harm go unreported, while medication for asylum seekers is being incorrectly prescribed.

101 East takes a rare look inside Australia’s immigration detention centres and asks if the treatment of detainees is creating a generation of people with major mental health problems.

8 thoughts on “Asylum Seekers or Islamic Invasion?”

  1. Maybe those Australians stuck overseas due to the collapse of Air Australia would be better off coming back by boat and claiming asylum??

  2. It’s an invasion. The current government don’t give a rat’s about its own citizens, too damned busy rolling out the welcome mat to any ‘asylum seeker’ heading this way.

    I, for one, have had a gutful of this shit.

  3. This is an outrage! I have taught my son that he has to save his pocket money for a new skateboard. Now what? Is skate park the next place to have to endure Muslim gangs? With their free skateboards?

  4. Of course this ‘government’ will continue to welcome uninvited welfare migrants. Once they had their citizenship ceremony they’re most likely to vote for those who pamper them so well.

    This way it only takes four years to make an additional Labor voter, and not 18. Also much cheaper on a dollar/vote basis.

    With those Aussies now stranded o’seas you just don’t know. They could be voters of Libs, Nats or Marx-knows-who. Why risk bringing them back?

    Imagine they would have to live in barracks or (allah-forbit) camps like our soldiers, or like the migrants of years gone by – or just now millions of real UN refugees all over the world.

    Did someone say “but what about homeless Aussie families?”
    Why don’t you tell someone who cares.

  5. This is so depressing. It was one big gravy train, all paid for by people who don’t want them here. When we resent their presence we a ‘racist’.

    I don’t believe in giving people things, it breeds an entitlement mentality and kills off a work ethic.

    1. How true!

      “All paid for by people who don’t want them here–” and we, the people who pay, are attacked by bludgers and subversives who believe they have a right to enslave us to provide for them…..

      If we really want free speech we should ban the word ‘racist’ from our vocabulary.

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