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Slave Master Soros By Richard Miller

     It is good to see hard-hitting criticisms being made of globalist such as George Soros, whose goal is to flood the West with the Third World, for reasons which lie behind the luggage bags under his eyes:

“Italy’s deputy prime minister and minister of the interior Matteo Salvini has infuriated billionaire plutocrat George Soros, claiming the financier wants to flood Europe with migrant “slaves”. The Lega (League) leader, who has surged in popularity since coming to office as head of one half of Italy’s new populist coalition government, made the comments in an interview on the In Onda television programme. Salvini accused the convicted insider trader of financing the so-called civil society NGOs which have been racing the Libyan Coast Guard to pick up illegal migrants from smuggler boats a few miles off the North African coast, in order to ferry them to distant European ports.”

     This is a reasonable start, but the illegals do not become slaves. It is the ordinary locals who are the slaves, while the illegals add to the welfare burden. But, let’s quote material closer to home, since the same problems facing Europe face us here in Oz:

“MORE than 90 per cent of surveyed refugees granted permanent visas under the previous Labor government had failed to find a job within three to six months, forcing the majority to rely on government welfare to survive, a new report has revealed. Despite 80 per cent claiming to feel “welcomed by Australia”, the social difficulties they faced were immense, according to the first government study to follow the new wave of humanitarian ¬migrants. Almost half reported they had never had a job in their lives, and 15 per cent had never attended school in their birth country. Almost 40 per cent reported not understanding or speaking English, with only 10 per cent having a university degree and just 6 per cent being qualified for a trade. Only 7.8 per cent had qualifications recognised in Australia. As a result, only 6 per cent of all those followed in the Building a New Life in Australia (BNLA) report, to be released today by the Department of Social Services, had found a job. The main source of income for 88 per cent of the refugees at the time of reporting was government payments.”



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