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Stop the Asian Invasion: Chinese Takeover of Australia - Politicians 4 Sale

Started by Br.IanVonTurpie, Sun 05 May 2013

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G.L.R.

Let's hope they invade Taiwan instead. Since when do you invite mental cases into government offices and start shaking their hands?  Exactly  why America isn't worth saving. 


death-by-government@death_by_government

And why do we care if homo gook island gets invaded by the commie gooks?



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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13469479/Indian-migration-Australia-Anthony-Albanese-Harris-Park.html


The Australian government has largely welcomed the influx with open arms as it eyes closer trade relations with a 1.4 billion-strong consumer market.


As of June 2022, there were 753,520 people born in India living in Australia, which is more than double the number recorded a decade earlier.

Following the United Kingdom, the Indian-born population is now second-largest migrant community in Down Under. 

Daily Mail Australia spoke to Indian migrants in Harris Park and Parramatta, in Sydney's western suburbs, with many confessing to using Australia's student visa route to secure permanent residency.

However, this avenue has become tougher after the Albanese government tightened student visa rules in March

As part of the changes, it has reduced the number of student visa approvals in a bid to stop the widespread rorting of the international education system.

It also has enhanced powers to suspend high-risk education providers from recruiting international students who intend to leverage their student visas to stay in the country as low-skilled workers.

Known as 'ghost colleges' and 'visa factories', the providers can be issued with warning notices and given six months to improve their practices.

If they fail to do so, the providers will be suspended from recruiting international students.

However, the government remains keen on attracting highly skilled Indian migrants, with Anthony Albanese and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi signing a migration (MOU) pact in 2023 - a year after the two nations also penned a lucrative free trade agreement.

Australia exported about $19.3billion in goods to India in the 2022 financial year. Just one year after the FTA was signed that figure soared to $33billion.

With diplomatic relations becoming increasingly cosy, the MOU allows Indian graduates from Australian universities who are on a student visa to work and advance professionally for up to eight years without needing visa sponsorship.

Meanwhile, a new pilot program known as MATES will make it easier for young professionals and graduates from India to work in Australia.

The programme will give Indian university graduates and early career professionals the opportunity to live and work in Australia for up to two years, with 3,000 places available.

Eligible fields will include renewable energy, mining, engineering, information and communication technology, artificial intelligence, financial technology, and agricultural technology.

So what does Australia's fastest-growing migrant group think about their new life Down Under?

Diksha Verma is studying for a Master of Applied Information Technology at Victoria University.

Deep Sanghavi moved to Brisbane in 2019 to begin a master's degree in accounting but later found himself a job as a wedding planner

The main piece of advice Mr Sanghavi would give new Indian migrants looking at making the move would be to focus on their studies and doing what they need to get permanent residency.

'That's the major thing, if you're not focused on that there's no point in coming to Australia,' he said.

'An Indian kid might pay around $60,000 to $90,000 just in fees to come to Australia. If you're paying the money you should be thinking about getting the residency otherwise it's a waste.

'The international students pay around four or five times what the Australian kids pay... and we've got to pay the money upfront.'

While Mr Sanghavi loves living in Australia, he said 'it's not everyone's cup of tea' and each individual should weigh up whether the move is right for them.

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He said he is in the process of applying for permanent residency, and hopes to stay in Australia long-term.

'I've studied accounting, but I'm not working into that field so I'm going to do something related which helps me out for my residency.'

Mr Sanghavi supports more migration to Australia, saying international student help stimulates the economy and keeps the country running.

'I feel they need it. If you want to run the government, you need more migration. The major contributors to the Australian economy are the international students,' he said

He explained many Indian migrants are wooed by the pay.

'The pay is definitely better, that's why everyone's out here I feel. Because if you do the same kind of work back home you don't get paid good money.

Himanshu Raikar first came to Sydney as a student in 2018 and quickly realised he wanted to stay.

In terms of the crackdown on student visas, Mr Mani said: 'Countries like Canada and Australia need people from outside.

 &er These are the "cash cows" taking over the community! They have abandon us in favour of replacement/ displacement with them!
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https://twitter.com/DrewPavlou/status/1802636585671746038

Police Accused of Repressing Protesters as Chinese Premier Visits Australia

https://www.breitbart.com/asia/2024/06/17/police-accused-repressing-protesters-chinese-premier-visits-australia

Some human rights activists claimed China paid its supporters to swarm the grounds of Parliament House and block out their own demonstrations. The pro-China forces came suspiciously well-equipped with gigantic Australian, Chinese Communist, and hybrid flags they could unfurl to block the demonstrators from view.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13544345/China-Li-Qiang-protesters-Tibetan-WA-police.html
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See! Nobody can have a voice in this democracy to protest certain things!

Remember Beijing Olympics when people in Canberra protested human rights of Falun Gong and Tibet?! Over 10 years ago?

The Chinks mobilised their Student army to swarm and block out dissidents from the media coverage of the event on Aust soil!

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