President Obama recently declared that the U.S. will accept 10,000 refugees from Syria. The U.S. has been under pressure from its Syrian allies to help out with the crisis in which 3 Million refugees have fled Syria in the past year. Those in favour of accepting refugees believe that the U.S. has a duty to join its allies in Europe and accept at least 10,000 refugees. Opponents argue that the U.S. should stay out of this crisis and accepting refugees from the Middle East leads to a risk of letting terrorists into our borders.
Australia's democracy and way of life is under threat if white people don't have more children. White women live in an age of hedonism... showing off their bodies and youth... while other countries are having babies and threatening our pluralistic democracy. White women have to produce more children and bring them up in the cultures and ways of the west ie: church, science, democracy and western freedom values... other cultures have not assimilated these ideas into their culture but they will take us over if we are not careful...
Refugees should be accepted however there should be rules in place to ensure they are relocated to less populated cities such as Adelaide and Darwin. They should be used to add booms to less densly populated cities and encourage industries to create jobs in these cities.
A lot of changes need to be made to current programs before we should look at increasing the population further including housing, community development, employment opportunities, health care, mental health services.
We may be able to offer short term asylum combined with a plan using the Forign Aid budget to assist with the return to their home once crisis they are facing subsides.
Yes, but only after extensive background checks and continuous monitoring to ensure they have no terrorist connections, and that their whole aim in life is to treat other people as they would wish to be treated.
Yes, and after the extensive background checks and monitoring, Registered Australian Families or People must contribute to housing for them (ie. take them in). They also need to contribute to the Australian Workforce (with subsidised education if required)
Yes, we should accept refugees however, we should accept less and those free of disease because of the fact that 1. If we accept more refugees we soon won't have enough land to live off of and agriculture will decrease a lot more.
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