A new report has found that Australia is suffering from a dire shortage of unskilled foreign grandmothers.
The Grattan Institute report recommended Australia allow a maximum of 10 unskilled dependents up to the age of 85 to migrate alongside the main visa holder, in order to combat an ageing population, relieve pressure on housing and hospitals and combat the skills shortage.
“What’s really needed is no caps on the elderly migrating to Australia to leech off of public services to get that GDP line really going up again,” CEO John Grattan said.
“The indulgence of boomers may be responsible for some of today’s ills, so let’s bring in India’s boomers on top of that.”
“The will streamline the process, and make it easier for Indians and other migrants to scuttle Medicare through sheer numbers, rather than the usual rort of flying in and using someone else’s Medicare card to get treatment.”
Anthony Albanese has refused to comment on the proposal that fucked Bill Shorten at the 2019 election, as he was in Jakarta busy handing out visas to elderly Indonesians as part of another Free Trade Deal.