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Syrian migrant crisis: Christians to get priority as Abbott faces pressure to take in more refugees

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posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 03:44 AM
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www.abc.net.au...

Copied from the article so not my headline but i cannot say i disagree with that line of thinking . From the Australian foreign minister .



"I think that Christian minorities are being persecuted in Syria and even if the conflict were over they would still be persecuted," she said.


Solid thinking , and i am sure the Australian public in general would feel less threatened . Yes i said threatened , and it is sad that i say that but unfortunately a lot feel this way . A number that keeps on coming up is that 72 percent of the refugees in Europe are military age men . 72 Percent . These arent refugees , these are cowards that left their families behind , cue jumpers who only think of themselves . But moving on .Again from our foreign minister .



"That includes Maronites, it includes Yazidis, there are Druze, there are a whole range of ethnic and religious minorities that make up the populations in both Syria and Iraq."


I was not sure about the Druze so i googled them and had a quick read .



Druze's social customs differ markedly from those of Muslims or Christians, and they are known to form a close-knit, cohesive community but also integrate fully in their adopted homelands.


Sure i picked a snippet from Wiki but that word integrate caught my attention , welcome to the Druze .
But is it right to pick your refugees , probably not but if your Shia there is a really large country nearby called Iran . If your Sunni try Saudi Arabia . Why go to a country where the first thing you are going to do is have a whine about morals or religion . To the persecuted minorities , welcome . To the military aged men , grow a spine , you are not wanted . Women and children first .




posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 03:55 AM
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To all of these people fleeing. Get a spine and change your own country.

England did it back in 1215.

America did it with two wars and one hell of a turbulent period in the 60s with equality issues.

In the 60s and 70s, women did it all through the western world.

What I don't want is a whole lot of idiots coming to Australia shouting 'We want Sharia Law.'

Well, Australia does not want that crap! We went through our own turbulent years to change our society to what it is today and I will be buggered if we will let you take us back to those stupid days when women and children were property.

Fix up your own corner of the planet.

P



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:03 AM
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I think that Christian minorities are being persecuted in Syria and even if the conflict were over they would still be persecuted," she said.

Very very thought out and constructed statement to make. This kind of statement is an enabling statement and is intended to kick off a debate about how we should take in more citzenship demanders of all sorts but particularly from Syria in this case first as this will get the ball rolling.

Multiculturalism is a form of subversion, the purpose of multiculturalism is destroy national identify an national pride in the target country. Why do I say this? There is one very small but extremly powerful country in the middle east that advocates multiculturalism for all other countries on earth but they themselves will have nothing to di with it what so ever.

In recent days they have said that they will not take in any refugees from Syria because they are not a european country.

If readers really wanted to help Syrian refugees, start telling the US to back off and leave the Syria alone and stop trying to get rid of Assad.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:17 AM
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i cannot say i disagree with that line of thinking . From the Australian foreign minister . "I think that Christian minorities are being persecuted in Syria and even if the conflict were over they would still be persecuted," she said.


We cannot afford to take these people in because our security will be at risk because there is too great a risk of ISIS agents and sleeper cells infiltrating Australia with them and they will place the security of Australia at risk off imminent terrorist attacks in shopping centres, football stadiums, cricket ovals, schools, airport departue and arrival lounges, casinos, car parks, hospitals, night clubs and numerous other places.

We have lost far too much rights and privacy to have our security jepardised by a boatload of refugees from a country in there are known to be tens of thousands of ISIS troops. There are 10s of thousands of ISIS troops in Syria because the most powerfull milit-tree machine the world has even known has been trying to bomb them to bits for 12 months and still cant make any headway becuase the now need the support of Australia.

If ISIS troops can reisist that might then there is no doubt that if they got into Australia we would be unable to defend ourselves against them and they would take us over and perhaps kill us all.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:18 AM
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As an Englishman who was accepted in Australia and became a citizen I embraced the ceremony of equal and an open multicultural society.

The only racism I have ever encountered was a white, Caucasian, Australian man (approx 40-45) screaming at me, in front of my 2 young children all sorts of racist comments because I was English. I only asked him if he minded washing his car in a parking bay instead of the only LPG pump in the gas station.

Media is making me start to distrust Moslems, but I take stuff at face value and that "Australian", a relative of an immigrant, is the most disgusting person I have ever met.

I dont tar anyone with the same brush, I have many great aussie friends who are so tolerant and open to this



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:21 AM
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originally posted by: Azureblue
a reply to: hutch622


i cannot say i disagree with that line of thinking . From the Australian foreign minister . "I think that Christian minorities are being persecuted in Syria and even if the conflict were over they would still be persecuted," she said.


We cannot afford to take these people in because our security will be at risk because there is too great a risk of ISIS agents and sleeper cells infiltrating Australia with them and they will place the security of Australia at risk off imminent terrorist attacks in shopping centres, football stadiums, cricket ovals, schools, airport departue and arrival lounges, casinos, car parks, hospitals, night clubs and numerous other places.

We have lost far too much rights and privacy to have our security jepardised by a boatload of refugees from a country in there are known to be tens of thousands of ISIS troops. There are 10s of thousands of ISIS troops in Syria because the most powerfull milit-tree machine the world has even known has been trying to bomb them to bits for 12 months and still cant make any headway becuase the now need the support of Australia.

If ISIS troops can reisist that might then there is no doubt that if they got into Australia we would be unable to defend ourselves against them and they would take us over and perhaps kill us all.



Dont worry, we pay a boatload of taxes for some very intelligent men and women to keep us safe, and trust me, they are intelligent.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:28 AM
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a reply to: Forensick

Man Haron Monis



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:31 AM
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originally posted by: hutch622
a reply to: Forensick

Man Haron Monis


Bravo, lets not let another one in, just in case.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:49 AM
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Every country is responsible for protecting its citizens which means it has to make decisions as to whom is going to integrate and not be a threat and who could be a threat.

Sadly with radicalisation, in the UK we have people going to fight for ISIS who were born here but who have shown absolutely no loyalty whatsoever for the country that nurtured, housed, fed, educated and cared for them.

That should say it all because its a risk taking people without that culture within them. They are not prepared to try to save their own country so their value system is at odds with Western thinking.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 04:50 AM
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If readers really wanted to help Syrian refugees, start telling the US to back off and leave the Syria alone and stop trying to get rid of Assad.


And let Isis run unchecked through the middle east .Good idea that will stop the refugee crisis .



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 05:06 AM
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IT's not the worlds responsibility to take care of of these people. These people fleeing need to stand up and fight for their land. Many other nations had to fight for what they have.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 05:20 AM
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Tony Abbot is not my favourite person, but this is an excellent move on his part. By giving preferred status to women, children and families of persectued minorities he is thinking what we are all thinking. We need to do something to help out the Syrians caught up in the terrible war going on there, but at the same time not bring the conflict into our land.

And for that I respect him.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 05:41 AM
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following..



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 12:17 PM
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originally posted by: Forensick

originally posted by: hutch622
a reply to: Forensick

Man Haron Monis


Bravo, lets not let another one in, just in case.


I see you like hysterics to win arguments.. cool. Won't work too well though, considering it's bollocks.

No on is saying to "not let any more in" but it's a good way to smear people who are concerned about the potential for ISIS/ISIL to infiltrate the refugees. Which they have said they would do.

But yeah, that's all unimportant, we have to let millions of unknown people in, or we're just raysis and bad evil white people.

right?



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 01:14 PM
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April 19, 2015

Muslims who were among migrants trying to get from Libya to Italy in a boat this week threw 12 fellow passengers overboard -- killing them -- because the 12 were Christians,


I have read newer articles stating these men throw women overboard too, could be one reason there are so few women.

www.cnn.com...
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posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 01:28 PM
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May 2015
Migrants rescued from boats branded “floating coffins” by the UN have described how people were killed following fights for scarce food and water supplies.

I realize this is a different location but, can you imagine being on an abandoned vessel, no food no water, no country accepting you?

The children, I can't read anymore.

www.independent.co.uk...



About 100 migrants from the boat died after a fight broke out over the final scraps of food, survivors said.

Thousands more remain in unseaworthy boats, forced to endure unimaginable hardships, as the vessels they are travelling in are pushed out to sea and stopped from reaching land by the Indonesian, Thai and Malaysian navies.

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posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 06:37 PM
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Won't worry me who they bring in, the migrants aways go to the big cities and form ghetto's there so living in the country you don't have their negative impact.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 07:34 PM
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So have you ever had to make that decision? Ever had to decide whether to flee with your family to another country or stay back and fight in a civil war that could possibly drag on for decades and run the risk of your family getting blow to pieces?

It's so easy for us to say that they should just get a spine and stay when we will never and have never had to make that decision.



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 07:48 PM
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Ever had to decide whether to flee with your family


These are military age men . They left their families behind .



posted on Sep, 13 2015 @ 08:34 PM
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originally posted by: hutch622
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Ever had to decide whether to flee with your family


These are military age men . They left their families behind .


How do you know? Have you personally researched their personal history?

And so what if these are indeed military aged men? No human should ever be forced to fight in a war they don't believe in.

This is 2015 not 1215




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