Have UK voters changed their mind on massive immigration of dangerous and ungrateful people into their crowded island? Who knows, they never got to vote on that one.
""What's it cost? The cost to the taxpayer. They wear full burqa all the time. You tell me the employment prospects of those people. They actually come here, they're on welfare for the rest of their life, and we're supporting them. Then the cost of actually keeping an eye on them. No."
That's a very Pauline Hansony answer."
And also a very reasonable and rational one based in reality and experience. Unlike virtue signalling journos working for their globalist paymaster.
Gee what are the odds a "PR queen" just happens to have someone that looks like one of her staff doing shits on her office doorstep?
Sometimes the universe likes to connect the dots.
Oh OK, Australia has a "moral duty" to bring home brides of ISIS. Just like we apparently had a "moral duty" to take them in the first place, and a "moral duty" to turn a blind eye to their anti-social behaviour and beliefs - all at the cost to the existing community. I think we can safely say they won't be resettled anywhere near Kristina and her happy little family.
So basically a king of "wokeness" and his not so merry band of also "woke" wannabes all demonstrating that morality is just something they save for twitter rather than exercising it in real life. Funny watching the ringleader try and protect himself from claims he was racist because several of his mules were black. Yes we all (outside of your woke circles) know they knew what they were doing Slava but you forget that only white people can be held accountable for their actions. Doesn't it just suck when your vapid identity politics comes back to bite you on the arse?
Great. So what concrete steps are we going to take to punish China for organising protests in our streets and universities, threatening Australian citizens of both Chinese and non-Chinese heritage for speaking out against the CCP, for regularly attacking and hacking our information systems in both private and public spheres? [crickets chirping...]
So basically news.com.au has made a week's worth of stories about something that never happened. You reckon maybe the initial journalist could have, I don't know, asked to at least see a picture of the fine given to the driver before running with obvious clickbait fake news? Bear in mind this is one of the 'news sources' that claims to tell us that Greta is the new Jesus and runs stories on epic overcrowding in our cities while refusing to mention immigration levels.
Oh shit, you mean diplomats are often spies? Incredible revelation. Great powers attempt to influence their competitors and allies using murky methods? No way! The naivety presented as sophistication by quoting 'academics' is equal parts pathetic and mischievous.
BTW I love how it ends by (surprise!) drawing this into a Trump thing. The irony of talking about the West as a failed experiment and then half-blaming Putin. Yes, because Putin is the reason the entire West is being flooded with illiterate savages from third world shitholes and enforcement of 'woke' attitudes in every aspect of life.
Traditional owners shooting themselves in the foot? Nah, there's a bottomless pit called the welfare system (and lots of self-loathing whites) to more than make up for any consequences of this ridiculous situation.