UPDATE: Monday 27 November 2017
Renaming avoids the legal definition of refugee which has human rights obligations attached. If you call them illegal aliens there is no reference to the human rights abuses Australia carries out toward genuine refugees. Australia is possibly the most vicious abusers of human rights of all the developed nations. Our history is filled with this style of abuse it renamed kidnapping and human trafficking to be called "forced adoptions" and therefore there is supposed to be no connections with human rights abuses. There are more than 20 examples of this with the most current and active being the survivors of childhood rape by clergy and other religious investigated by a Royal Commission.
Renaming is an old tactic, it is psychological in nature and very effective at hiding growing atrocities
In Australia it is a part of the Christian cultural way of waging war against anything they oppose however it is a primitive tribal habit that is found in every religion and very often in conflicts over resources, properly, land or influence and power over others. Favorite tool of psychopathic and narcissistic types. Abusers at home use the technique simply by following the example of this process being continuously carried out in the name of the Christian religion - it forms the basis of what we refer to as shunning, rejecting and ostracising in religious cultures. Most people are taken in, deceived or used on a daily basis by the renaming technique
Australia has become 'very good at it'. One of the most effective things that provides the ability for Australia to continue to abuse comes as a result of Australia never having enshrined the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Today we remain a non-binding signatory to the UN convention. As well as the Convention on Human Rights we also remain as non binding signatories of the Rights of the Child which outlaws the trafficking of children that we learned from an earlier Royal Commission via the adoption system, the forced adoptions of many Australians, the theft of children from indigenous peoples and the history of human rights abuses goes on. It serves only the abusive institutions that the Royal Commission investigated; it does not serve individual Australians and it does not protect the Human Rights of a single Australian child.
Rape gets called 'an abuse of trust' Child trafficking gets called Forced Adoptions, Stolen Generations, and a range of more going back over almost 90 Royal Commissions
That will continue until Australia gets up to International standards on Human Rights. so that it becomes possible again in Australia to legally enforce a separation between Church and state so the we can honestly refer to ourselves as a secular country.
Atheist survivors of sexual abuse as a child by clergy in Australia, many former Catholics like myself, are threatened and hindered by the circumstances surrounding their abuse.
They are attacked, bullied, blocked and stymied by not only Catholics but also by others affiliated with other religions as well as those who seek the power of religion and those who abuse and rape children and those who seek favor from powerful people through to those who exploit their fellow human beings in every aspect of governance and management and therefore have to keep their atheism and their sexual abuse as a child by Catholic clergy a secret.
They are not afforded the same rights and freedoms in Australia that religions and the religious claim for themselves.
The experience of atheist or at times agnostic survivors has been fraught with risk, danger and at times rejection from enquiries even occurign in the current Royal Commission