Aussie Imigration Policy.

Discussion in 'Diamond Lil's' started by andym, Oct 18, 2006.

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    God Bless Australia for saying what we are too PC to!
     
  2. Would that have deterred the Royal Navy though, if the native Aboriginies has posted that sign around their coastline?
     
  3. Dunno,could Capt Cook read Abo?
     
  4. Tell you what would help.
    CHAV SWAP
    For every immigrant that want's to come here, their country has to agree to take one of our burberry wearing, scrounging, argos gold wearing chav scum in exchange.
     
  5. Nice one Lingy.
    Amazing how many of these benefit collecting scum are driving cars and displaying all the signs of a cash rich lifestyle.
    Benefit system is past its sell by date.
     
  6. Then the question is who will we have to accept from Thailand in return for you?

    Peter
     
  7. The ex-PM, he's there already
     
  8. Re the sign - Beautiful, just [email protected] BEAUTIFUL. Only the Australians possess the ability to express the obvious in such a simple but effective manner.

    As for the Chav exchange - if we inisted on it, it could actually stop the influx of immigrants. After all, what fool country would want them?

    SF
     
  9. Chav swop. Sounds like a cracking idea to me and we could soon rid the country of these benefit swindling oxygen thiefs.
     
  10. Probably acceptable if he brings all his ill gotten gains with him.

    Peter
     
  11. I love it! Where did you find it AndyM? Having recently visited the UK to see my wifes family, I was bloody amazed at the PC bullshit you people have to put up with. I know we are bad in Australia for this shite but the few weeks I spent in Scotland left me gobsmacked, to use a favourite Pommy term.
     
  12. For any of you serving RNers/late RN leavers under 48 do not take the sign at face value!

    The RAN is definitely not full and retirement ages can range from 55 to 60 depending on your DOB. if you fancy a second career, dual citizenship etc. write to the NA at the Aussie HC with your background/quals and someone will get in touch. The whole process can take as long as a year but its worth it and there a lot of ex-RN in the RAN. NB you will probably have to start at a lower rate/rank depending how bad they want your skills.
     

  13. It was posted on another RN website and i pinched it and stuck it on here.I think its all down to Dabs for finding it.
     

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