ALP Senator Kristina Keneally has slammed EZFKA PM Scott Morrison’s proposal of using children to drive forklifts, saying that the proposal is ‘racist and not diverse enough.’
Keneally said the ALP will fly in child labour from Chinese mining operations in West Africa and remains ‘far more committed’ to the tenets of the Great Replacement, claiming a more diverse child labour force could fill skills shortages in the logistics sector.
“If the ALP is elected we will instantly introduce legislation to bring in West African child labour to assist the supply chain crisis, with a fast track to permanent residency for them and their extended families,” Keneally said.
‘This policy by Morrison is completely unethical and racist, only a Labor government will import the correct workforce to replace not only the workforce but also voters.’
Keneally will be on a tour of the Congo and Cote D’Ivoire as part of a voting recruitment drive, with a stop to Indonesia to meet ‘the Australians of the future’ before they board boats.