Are you fed up with where your living, or maybe there is not enough Government handouts for your liking where you currently live, the answer could be an illegal quick trip to Australia, where you will get free consumer technology goodies including plasma TV’s, Blu ray players, and in some cases iPods, notebooks and smartphones, and that’s just for making the trip.And if you do make it, there is a high probability that you will be put up in a four star hotel, with the tab picked up by the Australian Labour Government.
Oh and by the way, you will get food hampers and a whole stack of new appliances including a washing machine, toaster, radio alarm (maybe you could ask for one of those really nice new ones that come with an iPod dock), as well as a new electric kettle, microwave, and additional goodies that add up to $7K and $10,000 in total.
You may even be lucky in scoring one of 97 houses that are available around Sydney; some are close to really good surf beaches such as North Curl Curl on Sydney’s North Shore.
And if you get sick from the fun of being in Australia there is free medical, dental and pharmaceutical handouts.
Australian Immigration Minister Chris Bowen reckons his Labour Government is being very responsible in handing out these goodies when you arrive.
The only problem is that the natives are getting a bit feisty as they have to pay for all these goods and they ain’t too happy.
You will also have to put up with the Pacific Highway between Sydney and Brisbane not being finished because of the handouts. Traffic is a bit congested because the money spent on consumer electronics goods is going to illegal immigrants instead of into roads.
There is no high speed railway between the big Cities Melbourne and Sydney because the Australian Labour Government is spending millions on the Australian Navy who once they find you wallowing around in some leaky boat, give you kid glove treatment straight into a life of luxury.
The high cost of supporting illegal immigrants was revealed during a recent Federal Government Estimates Committee.