EZFKA opposition leader Anthony Albanese has demanded that an immediate airlift of 500,000 Afghanis begin from Kabul.
Albanese said it would be on the usual ALP condition of a ticket in exchange for a vote, with the carrot of full access to the usual suite of EZFKA public services and debt.
‘We’ve seen this great resettlement program work to a treat all across the EU and the rest of the five eyes countries so I think it’s unconscionable that we are not taking in greater numbers,” Albanese said.
“It’s also the only hope in hell we have of winning the dog and pony show election, that’s if we can’t get enough dead voters to vote by mail-in ballot.”
Albanese has vowed to increase the annual humanitarian intake to 500,000 a year if elected next May, in a desperate bid to keep house prices afloat.
“We have a moral obligation in this country to people who are fleeing all their obligations to their own country – they’re always the best future EZFKA citizens. As we are now not sending our own men to die for people who won’t fight for their own freedom, we need to bring them here to fight us on our own soil.”