Anthony Albanese slammed for not knowing the price of an Indian grandmother visa

EZFKA Opposition leader Anthony Albanese has been slammed for not knowing what the price of a parental visa is, when questioned by several members of the EZKFA press.

After Prime Minister Scott Morrison was slammed for not knowing the price of bread and milk last week, Albanese was taken to task on not knowing the price of a parental visa when he intends to import at least 200,000 Indian grandmothers from the subcontinent this year under the Free Trade Agreement if elected.

‘No I’m not familiar with the price of a parental visa but that’s besides the point,’ Albanese said.

“We haven’t made the mistake of overtly announcing our great replacement migration policy this year right before the election. That will be evident once the borders open and we bring in at least half the elderly population of India, to act as free childcare for slave workers.”

Albanese has also called for branch stacking visas in marginal electorates.

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Fucking lol

I love this kind of stuff shows what’s really going on in the working class heartland

Agent 47

Fucking LOL

Indians completely fucking useless. Their parents even more so.

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Nah they are very good at wage suppression, which in EZFKA makes them extremely valuable ….


Got a call from the “ATO” the other day to let me know I was about to face legal action over an unpaid tax bill

luckily I was in an Uber with some time to kill so I followed the prompts to be put through to the Bangalore call centre

bloke on the other end was exasperated with me asking too many questions and started to get stroppy so I asked him how he was enjoying life in the slums of India

told me he was Pakistani and I was an ignorant pig , and that he had a masters degree

I replied that his whole village must be very proud of him putting his degree to use defrauding Australian grannies

then he hung up

good times


When I follow the prompts to the call centre, they usually hang up on me. I wonder how do they actually scam people if they always hang up on me.


Have been trying to extend my Amazon Prime subscription for months! Can never speak to the operator!


Hilarious. A fake ATO call does make a difference from the usual ISP scam where they’re telling me my internet is down, when it clearly isn’t.


My professional experience of several decades indicates that you are completely correct. Big talk, little ability.


So, what’s the right answer?

how much does a granny visa cost?

(…I almost feel like resigning from this site in disgrace due to not knowing the cost of EZFKA staples … 😣)


It only costs them a few grand. It costs us hundreds of thousands when they become eligible for the pension and medicare.


But the true cost of a granny visa is not supposed to be known to the general public as the number will make the masses turn against it. The wholesale importation would make our welfare system unviable and we don’t want to scare the masses.

The estimated cost is an actuarial calculation with some key assumptions and doesn’t consider external factors like vibrancy. 95% of the population doesn’t understand net present value, so the government just sells the benefits and SBS news laps it up.

The Filipina lady that cleans your house

Remember when DLS thought Malcolm Turnbull would make a good Prime Minister.


DLS predictions are so much like the Pascoemeter that he used to write about. Do the exact opposite of DLS is pretty much going to be successful.


Anyone seen suggestion from Labor they’ll offer a granny visa this election?


January 2022

Labor’s pledge to introduce an uncapped long-stay parents’ visa could open the door to a wave of elderly migrants, as nearly 100,000 applicants for hard-to-obtain permanent parents’ visas seek to reunite with adult children in Australia.
In a pitch for the migrant vote in key marginal seats, Labor has revealed its proposed three- and five-year sponsored parents’ visas would cost $1250 and $2500 per entrant — a quarter of the cost of the Coalition’s parents’ visas — and would be available to an unlimited number of applicants.
Labor would also allow a single household to sponsor up to four parents at a time — compared with two under the Coalition — and enable visa-holders to renew their visa in Australia for a second three- or five-year term.
Demographers warned that the backlog of 97,000 applicants for permanent parents’ visas could be expected to apply under Labor’s policy, unleashing a 1980s-level surge in migration that would place additional strain on cities and services.
The Coalition’s parents’ visa, due to start on July 1, would be restricted to 15,000 people, cost $5000 for three years and $10,000 for five, and require holders to go overseas for a renewal.
Labor has campaigned hard in Sydney seats such as Reid, Banks and Bennelong, and Chisholm in Melbourne — all of which elected Liberal MPs in 2016 and have high proportions of overseas-born voters — over the government’s delay in delivering a long-stay parents’ visa promised before the last election.
Bill Shorten in a campaign ad promoting the new visa.
Immigration Minister David Coleman, whose seat of Banks is one of Australia’s most multi- ultural, said Labor’s uncapped visa proposal showed “a complete lack of regard for sensible immigration and population planning”.
“Under Labor’s new visa, there is absolutely no limit to the number of people who can enter the country for up to 10 years,” Mr Coleman said.
“This is no way to run a sensible immigration program, or population policy. These programs are carefully managed to ensure that the number of visas granted are sustainable for the Australian economy and population growth.”
Labor frontbencher Chris Bowen, about half of whose constituents in his Sydney seat of McMahon speak a language other than English, said the new visa was a fair, compassionate way to help migrants reunite with elderly parents.
“Many elderly parents want to reunite with their families but have to travel to Australia as tourists — proving costly, frustrating, disruptive and exhausting as they ferry between countries,” he said. Mr Bowen said Labor’s pledge was in stark contrast to the Coalition’s “heartless, callous and cruel” policy that would force families to choose which parents they sponsored.
Under Labor’s and the Coalition’s policies, applicants would have to obtain health insurance and any debts they incurred during their stay would have to be guaranteed by sponsors.
Demographer Bob Birrell said the uncapped nature of Labor’s policy could drive up demand for hospital beds and doctors. “It is highly likely that demand for particularly health services will grow because of the high incidence of health problems for older people,” he said.
“The question then becomes — if these parents do pay for these services, are they going to out-compete locals seeking the same service?”
Min Zhu, a Sydney property analyst who lives in Eastwood, in the seat of Bennelong, paid more than $30,000 for his parents’ visas when they moved to Australia. He thinks Mr Shorten’s promise of a $2500 visa is not balanced. “If it’s so much cheaper there will be a lot of people moving over, and the elderly people need to use our facilities and it affects our budget — we need to think about the economy as well,” Mr Zhu said. “A lot of elderly parents can’t speak the language
as well and that makes it difficult for them to live here.”
Unveiling his own pitch for the migrant vote, Scott Morrison yesterday announced a $5 million commitment to a “self-starter accelerator program” to help overseas-born Australians get new businesses off the ground.
The Coalition would also spend an extra $10m to help migrant communities supporting culturally diverse and linguistically diverse communities navigate the aged care system, he said.
Bill Shorten sought to engage with Chinese voters earlier in the campaign in a live WeChat social media appearance, in which he distanced himself from former NSW Labor leader Michael Daley’s anti-Asian comments that helped sink the party’s state election chances last month.
Mr Morrison also used WeChat to talk about the Coalition’s support for a “diverse and harmonious society”.

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Hahshshshshaja! $2,500 – they’re not even kidding!!!


This policy alone will destroy the health system and given it is likely that they will grant residency at the end of five years, it will destroy the welfare system.

Labor needs to be destroyed for having such an idiotic policy. But they will probably win the marginal migrant electorates because of this. When 30% of the population is born overseas, both parties will now just court the migrant vote.


Probably very likely it’ll be very popular in those seats but toxic everywhere else. I’ll be linking it everywhere I can.

It’s weird the text doesn’t refer to Albanese. I’m still not 100% it’s current. Not that I care.


A friend of mine paid $80k to bring in both her parents from China back in around 2007. 2 years later they were eligible for the pension and full access to medicare which means they were well in front within 5 years even at $40k visa.

It is a pretty good rort:

Student Visa -> Perm Resident -> Launder parents money and buy expensive house -> Bring in “poor” parents and get them on the pension.


Australia’s business model….Anti Australian….Perpetuated by the filthy Labor party.

Fk I hope they lose. I just hate them.


It is a pretty good rort:

Student Visa -> Perm Resident -> Launder parents money and buy expensive house -> Bring in “poor” parents and get them on the pension.

it is brilliant!

I reckon the silly people-traffickers should change their business model to basically what your describe above. They can either

  • lend money at high rates to customers to enable the above (to be paid out of future EZFKA pension proceeds)
  • do identity fraud, by pre-seeding a bunch of international students of various ethnicities in the EZFKA, then allowing customers to masquerade as the students’ parents to enter EZFKA

much cleaner and classier than running rusty boats back and forth.


Due to the one child policy, getting a family reunion visa is much easier for the Chinese. For most other nationals, most will have children around the world which tends to exclude them.


Old news – David Coleman hasn’t been the immigration minister since 2020.