Welcome to Australian politics in 2018 — the far left Greens are now opposed to refugees being resettled in Australia, whilst the conservative Liberal Party are arguing in support of resettlement options for a persecuted racial minority. Greens leader Richard Natale has this week voiced his opposition to Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton’s plans to offer resettlement options for white farmers facing persecution in South Africa. Dutton, who became the first high profile Australian politician to draw attention to the plight of white South African farming families during the week, argued that Australia should look towards fast tracking humanitarian visas for the victims of racially motivated anti-white violence in South Africa.

Di Natale has however slammed Dutton’s comments, accusing the Home Affairs Minister of racism, arguing that Dutton “wants to bring back the White Australia Policy”. The policy, which existed in Australia from 1901 to 1973, prioritised immigrants from European racial backgrounds over those from Asian, African, and Arabic origins.

White farmers and their families, who have increasingly been the victims of violent assaults, murder, rape, and destruction of property at the hands of South Africa’s black racial majority in recent years, have been largely shunned by the international human rights community of professional ‘humanitarians’. Mainstream media coverage of the issue has however exacerbated in recent months, following calls from newly appointed South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to seize land from white farmers without any offer of financial compensation.

This incident is just the latest example of blatant hypocrisy from the Greens, who have long dismissed anyone who holds views that are right of their own radical agenda, as an evil racist. Supporting refugees is now racist according to the far left — welcome to 2018. This is the best timeline.

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