At least 10,000 bogus refugees—from countries such as Pakistan and Afghanistan who have no right of “asylum” at all under all international conventions—might be given the chance to acquire Australian citizenship after a landmark court case in that country’s Federal Court.
The court ruled that Immigration Minister Peter Dutton had “unreasonably delayed making decisions on applications for citizenship by refugees.”
According to a report in the Canberra Times, Justice Mordy Bromberg—a well-known far left activist—said that Dutton also erred in rejecting the applications for citizenship of two Afghan refugees several weeks after they commenced legal proceedings. The two Afghans had been permanent residents of Australia for more than four years.
Bromberg said that the decision by the Immigration Minister to reject their applications were invalid and “at law no decisions at all” and dismissed Dutton’s submission that he deny the two men relief.
The Afghans are part of at least a group of 10,000 invaders who entered Australia illegally by boat before the Rudd government introduced the rule that that no one who entered the country illegally would ever gain settlement.
The Canberra Times said that the court decision might “invite more legal action if there is no move to hasten decision-making for the refugees,” but that pro-invasion activists are concerned that Dutton would now “proceed with legislation to make it harder for refugees to obtain citizenship.”
Dutton’s office did not comment on the ruling except to say that they were “considering the judgment.”
The utterly bogus nature of the asylum claims was evident from interviews which the newspaper’s correspondents conducted with two of the invaders whose applications for citizenship had been delayed by Dutton’s department.
One, identified as Karim Sadaqat, said that he had been in Australia since 2010 after arriving by boat. “It is ruin (sic) my life—and the life of my family,” Sadaqat was quoted as saying, claiming that he had left his wife and two children in Afghanistan when he set off for Australia.
Currently, Pakistan is deporting hundreds of thousands of Afghans back to their country, and Germany has just started with deportations back to Afghanistan as well—conclusive proof that Afghans have no claim to “asylum” anywhere, simply because they would not be deported back there if their “lives were in danger.”
Another invader—who declined to be named—interviewed by the Canberra Times, said he was from Pakistan, another country whose nationals have absolutely no reason to claim asylum anywhere.
Like the Afghan invaders, the Pakistani was also desperate to obtain citizenship so that he could start a chain immigration process to bring in the rest of his family, telling the newspaper that he needs “to receive citizenship for my family. My daughter is in Pakistan, and is in need of urgent medical attention. No one else can take her.”
These claims of concern for their families are also self-evidently bogus, as none of the invaders appeared too concerned about their families all the years ago when they left them behind, a point ignored by the Canberra Times.