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    Australian Home Minister: Time to rethink 1951 UN Refugee Convention

    Australian Home Minister: Time to rethink 1951 UN Refugee Convention

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on April 8, 2018


    Whoa! Now that would shake up the No Borders International Left for sure!


    Peter Dutton is talking about the 1951 Refugee Convention that is under the control of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.






    Yes! Let’s push for an end to the UN Convention. Each country should make its own immigration policy!



    He has a point!



    Resettlement is not possible for the millions of migrants moving around the world, so why not create a better system to care for them where they are!


    In fact, President Donald Trump told the United Nations this very thing on September 19, 2017 (see here).


    But, the time is now and that means we should be on the offense and question the very underpinning of a system that is dangerously flawed, erodes national sovereignty, and is costly!


    From The Guardian:


    The home affairs minister, Peter Dutton, says “like-minded” countries [like the US!—ed] should come together to review the relevance of the 1951 United Nations refugee convention, arguing the document is outdated and does not account for the modern movement of people.



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    Peter Dutton: Is the 1951 Refugee Convention relevant today?




    In a wide-ranging interview with Guardian Australia conducted on Tuesday, Dutton flagged a reluctance to allow the elderly family members of immigrants to come to Australia, and a desire to incentivise new arrivals to move to regional communities. He also reaffirmed the country’s commitment to a nondiscriminatory immigration policy.



    Dutton said he agreed with statements made by the British prime minister, Theresa May, and others suggesting the UN convention relating to the status of refugees could be modernised “or at least an update of the way in which the convention works and what it provides for”.


    He said countries’ efforts to resettle refugees were “token” given the numbers of displaced people, and argued offering support to refugee camps would be more effective than resettling a small portion of the refugee population.


    Continue reading here. See that he backtracked on earlier remarks about saving white South Africans.

    Contact the White House!


    Tell the President to go on the offense and push for dumping the 1951 UN Refugee Convention.


    If nothing else, a debate on the issue would be extremely useful and might even force our do-nothing Congress to reevaluate the Refugee Act of 1980—a law that has over time allowed the UN to call the shots on who comes to the US as refugees.


    See my Australia category by clicking here.



    https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wor...ee-convention/
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    Oh hell yes!! Rethink, reverse. End that Crap, all of it.
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    "In a wide-ranging interview with Guardian Australia conducted on Tuesday, Dutton flagged a reluctance to allow the elderly family members of immigrants to come to Australia, and a desire to incentivise new arrivals to move to regional communities. He also reaffirmed the country’s commitment to a nondiscriminatory immigration policy."

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    YEAH...but OK for Australia to DUMP all there unwanted "refugees" on the USA...the heck with you for doing this to us!!!

    HOW MANY CENTRAL AMERICAN'S HAVE THEY TAKEN IN BARRY SOTERO'S "EXCHANGE" FOR THIS? NONE!!!

    SEND THE WHOLE CARAVAN TO AUSTRALIA AND EVERY ONE OF THEM THAT WANT "ASYLUM"

    ANOTHER SCAM ON USA! SHAME ON YOU AUSTRALIA!

    And now these illegals, refugees, TPS, and every other poor person on the planet want to bring their elderly parents HERE for "family reunification" also CODE WORD for dump them on the BACKS of hard working US taxpayers!

    NO...GET OUT, GO HOME...PAY FOR THEM OUT OF YOUR POCKET ON YOUR SOIL.

    YOUR "ELDERLY" PARENTS HAVE NOT PAID ONE DIME INTO OUR SOCIAL SECURITY OR MEDICARE FUNDS!

    YOUR "PRIVILGE" TO COME HERE HAS EXPIRED...NO MORE PEOPLE!
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    STAY HOME AND BUILD AMERICA ON YOUR SOIL

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    art of the deal trump fudged that one.
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