The first was held in Shepparton on March 7 and focused on developing 20 regional centres across Australia. Another was in Parramatta on Oct 5, concentrating on Parramatta in Western Sydney but, also, with the emerging Third City, which will meander up 25kms towards Penrith from Badgerys Creek airport; whilst another of these conferences was held earlier in September in Delhi, India.

This is the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (A-IECTA) in Delhi. Whilst the last of these seminars was conducted in Melbourne on Nov 2, under the banner of the Economic and Social Outlook Conference (ESOC).

Indisputably, this quartet of seminars exposes the incredible degree of planning and collusion that’s transpired between captains of industry and treacherous politicians, to instigate their “Big Australia” agenda. In attendance at all four of these gatherings is the chief executive of the Business Councill of Australia, Jennifer Westacott.

The four assemblies preach that Australia’s future prosperity is irrevocably buttressed by mass-immigration programs. But the most disturbing element of Australia’s mass-intake programs reigns with the primary source of immigrants being drawn from India and the Subcontinent.

This has certainly been confirmed by the newly minted Immigration Minister, Andrew Giles, since June 7, having attended four functions (in his home state of Victoria), which were organised by different spheres of the Indian diaspora.

An overbearing aspect of these events organised by Indians that Giles has attended pertains to him going out of his way to confer directly with immigration agents within the diaspora. Over the past four weeks, a series of articles have appeared in The Australian revealing how Giles (and, also, the Victorian Premier, Daniel Andrews), have wilfully colluded with Indians at these functions demanding that Giles increase the number of migrants from India. The latest exposé with regards to this appeared in the W.E. Australian, Nov 5-6 titled:

‘Indian agents push minister for visa reforms’

Therein, we find that these interlopers are demanding that Giles:

  • 1. Clear backlogs of general skilled migration visas already logged as being on “very long waiting lists”;
  • 2. Create a priority service for subclass-600 visas that covers not only tourists and business visitors but foreign citizens to visit family members living in Australia and stay up to 12 months;
  • 3. (To fast-track) Subclass 408-visas which allows foreigners to come to Australia for specific types of work temporarily to also be covered by a priority service;
  • 4. To issue visas for parent visas
  • 5. More international student visas (and to “ease their Australian permanent residency pathways”.
  • 6. Fast-track employer-sponsored visas, which these agents say would help tackle the skilled labour shortages in Australia.

Whilst these events being reported in The Australian specifically relate to Victoria, the reality is that it’s irrefutably connected to the entire 1.16 million members of its diaspora. The ABS officially states there are about 750,000 Indians in Australia. But this number only includes those with citizenship, not those on temp visas. Incidentally, in 2007, only 365,000 people were claiming Indian heritage.

The despicable scenario of international students (and other temporary foreign workers) from India being exploited is extremely reprehensible. What’s most repugnant about this—but the media dares mention it—is how members of immigrant diasporas are exploiting these vulnerable beings.

With regards to these Indian interlopers who are pushing Giles to allow more international students to enter Australia, Indian businesses depend upon desperate and compliant serfs to exploit.

Two other articles on politicians brown-nosing Indians who demand that they increase migrant numbers are.

‘Albanese minister lobbied on visas’, Oct 27, Rachel Baxendale and,

‘Dan’s mate: bottle-o owner with access’, Oct 29-30, by Damon Johnston;

With specific reference to Indian students being woefully exploited for both their wages and conditions, is with how it’s almost exclusively inflicted upon them, by members of their ethnocultural clique. What prevails here is how these vulnerable souls are wilfully exploited by paying them hourly rates averaging no more than $15ph. This comes to pass because international students—wherever they’re from—are only permitted to work 20 hours per week during semesters. Therefore, if students worked beyond the 20 hours their visas permitted them to do so, meaning they worked illegally and were paid at least $10ph, cash-in-the-hand, under the award rates.

Again, although the ABC regularly reported on the exploitation, as did both the SMH and The Age, they all conveniently neglected to mention almost all of the exploitations were inflicted by members of their ethnocultural cradles. To grasp how immense these scams are is to note that, in Sydney in 2019 alone, it’s estimated that a combined 80,000 Indians in this city, here on student or temp-work visas, were part of a $1.25bn cash-in-the-hand under-payment dodge. The accrued $1.25bn figure is calculated on the 80,000 Indians and other Subcontinentals in Australia on temp visas, who were being illicitly paid a minimum of $300pw.

Some of the instances of Indians wilfully exploiting other Indians is with them being paid only $12-15ph, as cleaners of anything from homes and restaurants.

The scam and high-level corruption involve parent visas being fast-tracked into public-housing properties.

As for point 4, with these interlopers demanding that Giles allow in more family members on parent visas, has already been enshrined by the Dept of Immigration. In September, Giles had approved “doubling the number of people granted parent visas”. However, between Jan 2014 and Dec 2019, around 35,000 people arrived in Australia on parent visas. The average age was 65, but about 950 were grandparents who were in their mid-70s. Within months of arrival, the majority of them were granted all of the benefits that someone over the age of 65 is entitled to.

However, at least 4000 were granted permanent residency in public housing properties in major cities. Around 400 acquired an apartment in Surry Hills, Redfern and Waterloo, all within less than six months of arriving in Australia. Those suburbs are within 2kms of the electoral office of the Member for Sydney, Tanya Plibersek. Yet, the minimum waiting period for an Australian living in Sydney for public housing, who isn’t seriously ill or incapacitated, or is at great risk of domestic violence or with children to care for, is between five to seven years.

So, how is it possible that an elderly immigrant in their sixties and older, who hasn’t contributed one dollar in revenue to the coffers of Australia, can be granted public housing within months of getting off Eastern China Flight-302 from Shanghai? It’s because of the extreme degrees of corruption that exist between state and federal governments with colluding to facilitate these abhorrent activities.

For the record, an unnamed former employee of the Immigration Department admitted to an AFP representative that part of the “insidious trick” utilised to fast-track parents into public housing was that, “… at the very moment their children were granted permanent residency visas, they duly put their parents onto waiting lists for public housing”.

Therefore, by the time their children were eligible to apply to sponsor their parents—up to 30 months after they arrived—their parents were surreptitiously placed on waiting lists. Hence, an inquiry would prove these parents were already on the waiting lists.

As mentioned, in 2007, 365,000 people in Australia claimed Indian heritage. But now in November 2022, their numbers have ballooned to 1.16 million. This includes the 220,000 international students and 95,000 here on temp visas. In the space of 15 years, the amount of Indians in Australia has trebled. But by 2032 this number will exceed 2 million.

To prove that India is dangerous to Australia we cite BRICS (the acronym for an economic cohort of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) has resurfaced. Jair Bolsonaro is no longer the president of Brazil, but its Sinophile president, Lula da Silva, will again accommodate China’s agenda to make a vassal of Brazil. Thus, this 180-degree turnaround for BRICS means that India can manipulate this situation to satisfy its insidious geo-political and economic schedules. ■