A Melbourne woman and open borders advocate has tweeted support for Australian Border Force and tough immigration laws, after tennis player Novak Djokovic was denied entry into EZFKA due to being unvaccinated.
Michelle Rosenbaum, from Fitzroy, showed her ‘solidarity with Home Affairs’ and lauded the decision by Karen Andrews from her job as a volunteer at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre.
“This is why we need strong borders and tough immigration laws – this is just another example of privileged white men doing what they want across borders particularly in a pandemic,” Michelle said.
“This is about protecting the EZFKA community from people who won’t abide by our laws, respect our culture and that endanger the EZFKA public. Novak doesn’t want to integrate into our way of life, clearly. Great job Karen Andrews!”
“However, people from the third world that destroy their passports and bypass 50 safe countries to come to EZFKA because they don’t like the economic situation in their home country, are a completely different story. We should bring as many of them in as possible unvaccinated or not – it’s racist to ask them their vaccine status and they are the ones who deserve the exemptions.”
Rosenbaum intends to spend the rest of the week framing a photo of Peter Dutton for the ASRC office.