Would somebody out there like to explain, with supporting evidence, why Australia deems it appropriate to dump vulnerable people on third world countries?
This is a well written article with a sound argument on the way current refugee policies fail.
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Manus Island hasn’t worked out so well, not like a raft of people didn’t warn it was a disaster in the making) so now, we are thinking Cambodia might be a better option. Are we so prissy we want to pretend Australia is some sort of first world Elysium? Why aren’t we asking Canada (for example) to help? Lots of land, first world country, low population – sounds awfully like Australia really so I suppose that’s a standby Elysium and therefore not an option either.
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