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Australia - Down Syndrome child is burden on society

Dr. Bernhard Moeller, a family physician from Germany came to a small town in Australia to fill their need of more doctors in their community. Everything was going fine until the bureaucrats approving their residency found out their son was a useless eater.

You see, their son has Down Syndrome.

The immigration agency sent them a denial letter stating that their son would be a burden on their socialist utopia because of his "existing medical condition".

"(Lukas) ...would pose a burden on taxpayers for his medical care, education and other services."

Dr. Moeller has every intention of paying for and supporting any of his sons needs. But universal healthcare doesn't allow responsible parents to pay their own way. Universal is universal.

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