These illegitimate ‘asylum seekers’ are so bad, Australia won’t even allow them onto their mainland, instead sticking them in detention centers at Australian offshore island facilities.
CNN A landmark deal to settle refugees detained by Australia in the US is on shaky ground following reports of a contentious phone call between Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and President Donald Trump. Trump is under pressure to reject or change the deal as he attempts to temporarily halt refugee arrivals and ban immigration from several Muslim-majority countries.
Under the arrangement, agreed by Obama and Turnbull in November within days of Trump’s election, Australia would transfer around 1,250 refugees currently held in offshore detention centers on the Pacific Island nation of Nauru and Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island to the US. The transfer would be administered by the UN High Commission on Refugees.
Operation Sovereign Borders (OSB) which put an end to the boatloads of Muslim invaders that were flooding the country, was launched in 2013 by former PM Tony Abbott, after a previous relaxation of immigration policies resulted in a surge of the number of Muslim freeloaders arriving by boat from 161 in 2008 to 2,726 in 2009.
The Coalition government, now led by Turnbull, campaigned in 2013 on a vow to “stop the boats,” and OSB included posters with slogans such as “No Way: You will not make Australia home.”
Perhaps this is why Australia doesn’t want them?