The whinging from the woke wombles in the ears of their Australian counterparts seems to be working. We should get set to witness an avalanche of queue-jumpers heading to our shores if the 150 queue-jumpers on Manus Island and Nauru wind up here:

Asylum seekers held in limbo in Australia after seeking medical treatment away from offshore detention could be sent to New Zealand within months, after Australian Home Affairs Minister Karen Andrews confirmed she is negotiating a resettlement deal.

Almost 200 people were transferred from Manus Island and Nauru while the contentious medical evacuations legislation was in place between February and December 2019, with another 1200 in some form of detention or on final departure bridging visas in Australia.

About 80 people are still on Nauru and 91 in Papua New Guinea.

Andrews confirmed for the first time on Wednesday she was working with her New Zealand counterparts to resettle asylum seekers who had been medically evacuated to Australia.


Here’s a thought, how about asking the voters if we need another 150 bludgers and their hangers on, when there are precious few jobs and houses available for the people who actually already live here.

How come we can take these bludgers but can’t take useful and willing to work RSE workers?

Do we need any more wastes of space like queue-jumper extraordinaire Behrouz Boochani? I’m not sure we need more social justice warriors using their cellphones to write books.

The problem isn’t the 150, it’s the number of dependents who miraculously want in once the 150 get residence. Pretty soon the 150 is 1500.

On top of that, they are almost all exclusively from ‘shit-hole countries’ and then set about advocating for the same sort of laws and rules that made their former countries shit-holes in the first place.

We’re full. We don’t need or want more hungry mouths to feed and house.

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Cam Slater

Cam Slater

As much at home writing editorials as being the subject of them, Cam has won awards, including the Canon Media Award for his work on the Len Brown/Bevan Chuang story. When he’s not creating the news,...