Bad Athletes Abusing Aussie Kindness

While appears that no laws have yet been broken it looks like this is another example of history repeating and Australia’s trust being abused.

100 athletes overstayed their visas after the Sydney Olympics and 40 overstayed their visas after the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

Seems there will always be those seeking to take advantage of Australia’s hospitality.

While appears that no laws have yet been broken it looks like this is another example of history repeating and Australia…

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Tuesday, April 10, 2018

4 replies
  1. H. La Lande
    H. La Lande says:

    What the cameroonian doing in the commonwealth games anyway? Cameroon being an ex-french colony with nothing to do in the commonwealth…..

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  2. David Payne
    David Payne says:

    President Trump has woken up many here in America, hopefully you and the other members of you team can wake up your fellow Aussies to the dangers of giving away their country.

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  3. Geoff Schleehauf
    Geoff Schleehauf says:

    The Australian nation has become a MUG nation. The evidence is in the number illegal refugees/immigrants that have flooded into our country. They have been educated about our welfare system and that is why they are flooding into Australia. Obviously, there are organizations/lawyers who think more of their pockets than loyalty to their country and fellow Australians. These people within these organizations obviously know how our Centrelink system works and the ways to get around what the normal Aussie is denied. Why else do we see so many of them on disability pensions and rorting the system with housing, medical/dental treatments and with families resembling small tribes that have no intentions of working simply sucking the guts out of the welfare system. Wake up Australia and its high time that our politicians grew some intestinal fortitude. At least earn your salaries and show the Australian people that you are there to run this country on our behalf.

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