The Federal Government has unveiled a plan that will settle certain classes of new migrants [to be known as drones] in regional areas for up to five years after their arrival in Australia. These will be required to work as indentured labour and will not be able to leave their servitude until the five-year term of indenture has been served to the satisfaction of their masters.
Minister for Population and Cities, Alan Tudge laid out the plan to bust congestion in Australia’s biggest cities – Melbourne and Sydney – in a speech in Melbourne on Tuesday.
The proposal is to introduce a mandatory regional settlement plan for some unskilled and semi-skilled migrants, to be known as drones who will be expected to live and work in a designated regional area for five years before being permitted access to our major cities.
Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dildo Dutton, revealed that a vast majority of newly arrived migrants – 87% are currently settling in Sydney and Melbourne and this would no longer be tolerated by the Morrison government. When asked how the government proposed keeping these people from coming to our capital cities, Mr Dutton told the assembled media that he had all the tools at his disposal to maintain checks on people: drones he said would be fitted with microchips on arrival in Australia, before they were sent to their allotted regional domicile. Should they then stray beyond the boundary confines of their domicile the microchip would initiate an alert and the drone or new-chum as he prefers to call these migrants would receive a severe physical reprimand. When asked by the media in what form this reprimand would be delivered, he gave that creepy smirk that we have witnessed in recent times and said, “they don’t call me Dildo Dutton for nothing …”
Mr Dutton noted that, as a further means of restricting the movement of new-chums he would be adopting some of the valuable lessons that Australian Border Force (ABF) had learned on Nauru and Manus islands; these included torture, deprivation and humiliation. He also pointed to the 2015 Operation Fortitude where ABF officers had planned to randomly check people’s visas at Flinders Street Station and at taxi stands in Melbourne to weed out undesirables: an operation Mr Dutton sadly lamented was called off after so-called human rights activists campaigned against Australia becoming a police state. Similar operations he noted would be carried out on an ongoing basis throughout Australia to ensure that people were kept in their designated places.
Asked if prime minister Morrison approved of this radical and seemingly discriminatory immigration policy, Mr Dutton reminded the assembled media that he had already removed one prime minister for disobedience and he was not beyond doing so again should the circumstances warrant: with that he clicked his heels, raised a salute in the now familiar Heil Trump, turned abruptly and marched from the press conference as the clock struck thirteen !