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Government Facebook Ad, telling migrant families not to encourage relatives to arrive illegally

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The Australian government is using Facebook ads to target users who have stated they speak Vietnamese, Farsi, Tamil, Bengali, Burmese and Hindi, among others.  They want to pass the message that illegal immigrants are not welcome in Australia, and they are passing it on through citizens and permanent residents of multicultural descent.  That's a bit cheeky!


"The campaign is targeted at source and transit countries for people smuggling activity, as well as diaspora communities in Australia," an Immigration and Border Protection Department spokesman said.

The department said the ads were designed to ensure different ethnic communities were informed about Australia's border protection policies which aim to stop illegal maritime arrivals, and to encourage them to share the information with people offshore."



I've put my Facebook languages as Vietnamese and Farsi, heehee :uhhuh:

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