Australia: Pay for our trips home – the Islamic Women’s Welfare Association
You gotta give it to these Muslim foreigners who invade Western countries and then think they’re entitled to a better life on their dime. The Australian Islamic Women’s Welfare Association is under the impression that Australia owes the Muslim people living in the country something for nothing (on top of all the lots of somethings for nothing they’re currently getting of course). According to them, as Muslims like to live in their own shitty enclaves, Australia should decide how to help new Muslim migrants to buy a home. Not only should Australian’s do this, because, like, we owe them, but they should also give them tax deductions so they can visit their homelands (that’s for the Muslims who actually work I presume?)! What amazes me is that they didn’t stipulate that the Ozzies should buy them first-class tickets to their homelands. Apparently, Muslim migrants face a lot of sacrifices so they should be compensated by the Government in some way. Now, I would like to say a lot on this matter, but I’m too busy wiping the tears from my eyes – tears of laughter that is. The utter audacity of these parasites to think that they are being quite rational in their outlook really defies logic. I wonder which of these Muslim women got up one day, put on their burka and thought to themselves that the Ozzies are responsible for them being in the country and should be ever so grateful as to fund their perks in life? Here’s an idea, oh Islamic Women’s Welfare Association – let your women work and then guess what? They can buy their owning f………g house and their own f………g air tickets. How’s that? Now, I usually try not to swear on my blog, but I think you’ll agree that this is an exceptional circumstance for extraordinary stupidity. Judging by the comments on a lot of the Australian blogs today, 100% of Australian people are thankfully in agreement that these people can f… off with a one way ticket back to their homelands. Amen to that.
NEW migrants should get taxpayer subsidies to visit overseas relatives, an Islamic group has told the Federal Government.
In a submission to a federal multicultural inquiry, the association has urged the Government to give tax deductions to newly arrived migrants so they can visit relatives in their homelands.
“Migrants face a lot of sacrifices such as having to travel long distances to visit relatives, spending on communication costs, missing out on some events occurring in native countries etc,” the submission said.
“This loss should be compensated by the Government in one way or the other to retain migrants in their country of adoption.”
Victorian Muslim and president of the Australian Council of Bosnian Organisations Senada Softic-Telalovic said while some help might be justified for needy refugees who had to go overseas to settle their affairs, she didn’t support travel compensation for all newcomers.
That type of argument will bring out further outrage from those who are so anti-migrant and so anti-multiculturalism,” she said. Ms Softic-Telalovic said that Australia was seen as an ideal migration destination and new arrivals shouldn’t take the country for granted.
“Migrants and refugees who come out now are in a significantly better position and you could say a more privileged position than those who came out in the 1970s,” she said.
Victorian Multicultural and Citizenship Minister Nick Kotsiras said tax breaks for migrant trips abroad was a ridiculous idea.
“We are all equal and no one should get special privileges,” he said.
The Islamic welfare association is based in Lakemba, Sydney, which has one of the highest Muslim populations in Australia.
Its submission also said that migrants should be free to build their own places of worship “without prejudice or discrimination from the communities they live (in)”.