PM Anthony Albanese has slammed comments made by International Nursing Union that Australia should train it’s own nurses and stop taking them from other countries with slave wages.
The comments came after Australia had done everything it could to steal other countries’ mediocre medical staff during a global pandemic, claiming it wasn’t our responsibility to provide for future generations and invest in local talent.
“We don’t do training in this country mate, unless it’s for real estate agents. We tell other countries to wear that cost for us and pass the cost of wage theft and everything else onto the Australian middle class. They’ve proven themselves worthy tax and debt cattle the past 40 years, why stop now?” Albanese said.
“There’s plenty of remaining third world countries we can sell Medicare and a passport to. I mean we’ve exhausted most of south-east asia, so Africa looks like it will be the next big boom. We can’t have this unemployment rate getting any lower.”
Albanese tipped that the pending Indian Free Trade Agreement could well and truly also fill the void, as a country that didn’t even have a university in the global top 300 ‘well and truly meets’ the standard of AHPRA.