Another 3,000 fakers pretending to be refugees from Syria and Iraq will be resettled in just one Sydney council—Fairfield—this year, a figure which will mean that half of Australia’s entire “intake” will be landed in that one area.
The mass invasion—organized and supported by the government—is bogus because in both Syria’s and Iraq’s case, there are vast stretches of territory in those countries which are completely safe and unaffected by conflict.
There is, therefore, no reason at all for any “Syrians” or “Iraqis” to flee their countries.
Bonnyrigg mosque, Fairfield, one of dozens in the area.
Fairfield City Council has already absorbed 3,000 of these invaders from Syria and Iraq in 2006, and has been told to prepare for the same number this year, bringing the total to 6,000.
Between July 2015 and January 2017, 15,897 invaders from Syria and Iraq have arrived in Australia, according to the Turnbull government.
This regular intake will increase from 13,750 to 16,250 next financial year and 17,750 the year after that.
In the 2015–16 mid-year budget update, the government allocated A$638.1 million over four years toward supporting the additional Syrian and Iraqi fake refugee intake. Additional funding has been set aside based on the anticipated number of future arrivals.
One hour west of the Sydney CBD, Fairfield and the surrounding areas have been a destination for nonwhite invaders for many years, with large Iraqi, Assyrian, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Lebanese communities.
According to Fairfield Council’s website, Fairfield City is “one of the most multicultural cities in Australia; more than half the residents were born overseas and over 70 percent speak a language other than English at home (2011 census).”
The unemployment rate is consistently above 8 percent, nearly double the national average.
In July 2016, Fairfield was named as “Australia’s most dangerous suburb” after a gang war over drugs erupted into a series of public shootings.
The two major gangs involved are the DLASTHR (The Last Hour) gang and a young breakaway group called The True Kings.
Both are branches of the “Assyrian Kings,” the gang that assassinated police officer David Carty in a savage 1997 stabbing murder during which gang members sliced off the constable’s nose.
Sydney’s Assyrian community of more than 20,000 people, whose families originally came from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq, mainly live in the greater Fairfield area which includes the suburbs Edensor Park and Abbottsbury.
The Assyrian Kings gang was formed from northern Iraqi “refugees” who fled the Middle East in the wake of the 1990 Gulf War, and were given “asylum” in Australia.