Australian Home Affairs Minister: “We’ll let White South African Farmers in as Refugees”

Australian Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has announced that he has ordered his department to start investigating how to bring white South African farmers into Australia on expedited refugee or humanitarian visas following increased anti-white moves by the African state’s government.

Dutton’s bombshell announcement—already rejected by the South African government and bound to have liberals all over the world gnashing their teeth—was made to Australian broadcaster ABC.

He said that white South African farmers are facing “horrific circumstances” of land seizures and violence, and that he had watched television footage and read articles that convinced him the farmers needed help.

He said he had “hope” some of the farmers could be settled in Australia, declaring: “We have the potential to help some of these people that are being persecuted.”

Dutton said he wanted to explore whether the farmers could access visas or humanitarian programs.

“People do need help and they need help from a civilized country like ours,” he added.

“There are existing visa categories where we can accommodate people and we’re just looking at the moment as to what might be feasible. Hopefully we’ll make an announcement in due course.”

Dutton said the farmers could make a contribution to Australian life. “The people we’re talking about want to work hard, they want to contribute to a country like Australia,” he said.

“We want people that want to come here, abide by our laws, integrate into our society, work hard, not lead a life on welfare and I think these people deserve special attention and we’re certainly applying that special attention now.”

Another federal Cabinet minister, Steve Ciobo, agreed the farmers should be given special attention by Australia, arguing the situation in South Africa was “cause for concern”.

“Let’s be frank, if we see in this case — people who are being thrown off their land, being persecuted, I’ve read of people being shot, rapes, all sorts of different things — then I do believe that there’s a role to be played.”

The proposal appears to only be for farmers, which means that it applies to only around perhaps 30,000 people. The vast majority of whites who are not farmers—and who are equally subjected to the rampant criminal violence and corruption which is fast sinking South Africa into typical Third World chaos—are n to affected.

Nonetheless, if Dutton’s plan does come to fruition, the precedent it would set—namely that a racial group is fleeing overtly racially-based criminality, dispossession and discrimination—could likely be used by urban white South Africans as well.

* Incredibly, one of the larger South African farming community organizations, Afriforum, has said that it would “prefer” its members to stay in South Africa.

Afriforum deputy chief executive Ernst Roets told ABC that “most South Africans would prefer to stay on home soil. We would like to solve the problem in South Africa. So we don’t necessarily think the solution is for everyone to leave the country,” he said.

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  1. Well, let’s not celebrate, yet. I can see certain visa “problems” cropping up or Whites getting only temporary resident status, so that they don’t end up migrating at all or their situation is never really settled. Of the 30,000, maybe Australia will only take 500. (((Government))) has lots of ways around helping these people.

    While I can understand the desire to want to stay in your homeland because it’s YOUR land, and the idea of leaving feels like giving up, the immediate threat on the lives of Whites in South Africa makes leaving a necessity. I know some feel that leaving the land is like giving it over to the blacks and therefore, they will never have a right to return, but those semantics can’t be argued if you’re not alive to discuss them.

    Great point about the urban Whites. They’re all being persecuted because of their race, and ANC law proves as much. They ALL qualify as refugees, especially those poor souls living in the shanty towns out in the desert because they were thrown out of their jobs in favor of blacks, and oppressive Affirmative Action laws prevent them from working pretty much anywhere. If Africans can be “economic migrants” is search of a better life, so can these people.

    1. Agree. The most dangerous occupation on earth ? White S African farmer. And yes, unless the people of Oz make some demands on our govt it may well be a token show of ‘compassion’ . Its time we accept only the persecuted and REJECT applications from those groups and nations that do the persecution. Unforgettable is one testament from a Pakistani Christian who said’ ” My application to aust is rejected repeatedly for refuge, while the people who terrorise us come skipping out of the Oz consulate waving their accepted visas around . ”

  2. Wow! Thanks to the courage of Peter Dutton in defying the (((Globalist))) government of Australia, some white South African refugee farmers may escape being tortured, raped and murdered. He’s offering them a lifeline, and Afriforum is wrong not to thank him for his offer, pretending that they can all just carry on as normal, as Ernst Roets seems to think, despite the South African government clearly stating they would seize all their farms, perhaps later giving them to Chinese Invaders as they did in Zimbabwe. Peter Dutton’s offer will also help the destitute refugees in the White Shanty Towns, many of whom are farmers who lost everything when their land was seized and their families killed.

    Afriforum needs to wake up to the planned Stealth Genocide Against Europeans (“whites”) worldwide. They only have to go to YouTube and type “Whites are Edomites” to see how they are being targeted for murder and enslavement by Africans brainwashed by Zionists. They also need to watch the Hollywood propaganda film “Black Panther”.

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