A second group of 58 nonwhite invaders pretending to be “refugees” have departed Australia’s offshore detention centres for the US, joining the first group of 54 who have been rewarded for their illegal border crossing attempt with “asylum” in America.
Local Australian news service 9News has reported that the second group flew from Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea to New York yesterday.
“I am very happy to be free of the hell that the Australian government made for us on Manus. But we are sad for those who are still waiting so long,” one of the nonwhite scroungers said in an emailed statement to that news service.
The group flew to Manila before splitting into two groups, with one transiting through Los Angeles before rejoining the others in New York.
Photos circulated by the Refugee Action Coalition show refugees leaving a Port Moresby hotel, with others waiting in the airport’s departure lounge.
Their departure comes a day after hundreds of detainees on Nauru signed a petition addressed to Australian Border Force, demanding more information and a timetable on the US deal.
The signatories also demanded that separated families be reunited and that they be flown to Australia and New Zealand while their US applications are progressed.
The US resettlement deal is expected to offer up to 1250 places.
The invasion is being coordinated by the United Nation’s International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the invaders proudly sported IOM branded bags on their way to their new homes.