If your in Melbourne Australia this coming Saturday, 5th November come along to the rally in Eltham. The rally is being held to protest the Governments decision to bring in 10,000 Syrians and to put around 100 of them into an Aged Care Facility. The Facility is now owned by the St Vincent De Paul Society, a Catholic charity. The Judge Brook Memorial Village was bequeathed by the late Judge Brook and was only for people aged 65 years or older. But neither the Government nor the St. Vincent De Paul Society will say exactly how many Syrians and what age they will be, although they have hinted that they will house women and children there. Even if that is true it still isn't good enough.
The rally starts at 12pm (Midday) in Andrews Park in Eltham.
You might think that this is an issue that doesn't affect you, but once this is done here it will be done right across the country. So why is a charity so keen to put up these Syrians? Because the ever generous taxpayer will fund it all and modern charities love free money!
And just to rub salt into the wounds St. Vincent de Paul, was captured by Barbary pirates and kept as a slave by Muslims for two years.
I hope to see you there as I will be.
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