Muslim refugees will help rebuilt Cambodia

“The resettlement of refugees cannot solely belong to a club of first-world economies, like Australia,” says Immigration Minister Scott Morrison.

This MUST be realised.  Europe is being trashed by millions and millions of third-world asylum seekers and illegal immigrants. They are destroying the priceless and irreplaceable centres of Western civilization, ruining the personal safety of native citizens, being parasites on the welfare system and wrecking a culture of tolerance with inbred Mohammedan fanaticism.

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FOREIGN Minister Julie Bishop says Cambodia wants able-bodied refugees from Australia to help rebuild the nation.

Terrific! Something to look forward to.

No refugee ticket to first world: Morrison

In other news:

Boats Stopped

Granting some boat people on Nauru risks luring more, but so far the Abbott Government’s policies have been an astonishing success – and a life-saver: 

THE Coalition will introduce legislation aimed at fast-tracking the refugee claims of asylum-seekers in Australia in a bid to clear the backlog of almost 25,000 boat arrivals in legal limbo … with new legislation expected to hit the parliament within months…

The bill … sets the scene for a fresh political showdown with Labor and the Greens, both of which oppose temporary protection visas, a cornerstone of ­Coalition policy…

The Coalition is quietly con­fident the aggressive tactics of Operation Sovereign Borders have crippled the people-smuggling networks and effectively ended the flow of boats that began in 2008. Nine boats containing passengers from 10 vessels have been returned to Indonesia under the turn-back policy, with lifeboats having been used on three occasions.

No asylum-seeker boats have reached the mainland or Christmas Island since late last year.

Mr Morrison yesterday announced that 20 refugee decisions had been handed down on Nauru, the first since Australia began transferring asylum-seekers to the tiny Pacific atoll last year. Thirteen refugees received positive results and were released into the community…

(T)he government inches closer towards finalising a bilateral agreement with Cambodia that would see successful refugees processed on Nauru permanently resettled in Cambodia.