They’re fool­ing you

Sunshine Coast Daily - - YOUR SAY -

HAS any­one looked closely at the clothes of so-called refugees com­ing to our coun­try?

When one men­tions refugees flee­ing per­se­cu­tion from their home coun­try we ex­pect to see a refugee dressed in a torn t-shirt, dirty shorts or dress, worn-out shoes and un­ruly hair.

Sur­prise, be­cause the refugee of to­day is smartly dressed in de­signer tshirts or clean jack­ets, Adi­das run­ners or one of the lead­ing shoe sup­pli­ers, a smart phone, women with man­i­cured and painted nails and their kids neatly dressed.

Most of them have paid peo­ple smug­glers $10,000 or more to be trans­ported to Aus­tralia. They have been ad­vised to de­stroy their pass­ports and papers and they have been tu­tored on what they should say along with le­gal con­tact num­bers when they get here.

In other words they are fully pre­pared to ar­rive and fully skilled to de­lay iden­ti­fi­ca­tion and fool our im­mi­gra­tion of­fi­cials.

Their kids are brought along as levers to gain com­pas­sion and pity to aid their cause. De­cep­tion comes easy to many of them as it is some­thing they have prac­tised all their lives.

Yeah, the left­ies and bleed­ing hearts are sucked in eas­ily and they know these peo­ple will in­flu­ence their own peo­ple to gain en­try for them.

They must have a good chuckle at our ex­pense. KEITH WHITE­SIDE Sippy Downs

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