Who asked them to come?

Another $7.5 million boat

Andrew Bolt – Monday, June 29, 09

Here we go again:

A BOAT carrying 194 people, the largest number in eight years, has been intercepted by border protection 23 nautical miles north-west of Christmas Island…



Some may die and all will cost

Andrew Bolt – Tuesday, June 30, 09 

We may soon be back to where we were before John Howard got tough:

INDONESIAN authorities are bracing for a huge influx of boat people, anticipating as many as 10,000 asylum-seekers are waiting in Malaysia to transit through the archipelago and on to Australia.

This estimate was backed by a Malaysian group that deals with unauthorised immigrants. An Australian Government source warned of the potential for a similar influx to the thousands who began arriving in Australia from the late 1990s.

Another $7.5 million boat

On board were mostly men, understood to be of Afghan or Iraqi descent, who are now being processed on Christmas Island in immigration detention…

It is the 16th boat to arrive in Australian waters this year — during which 867 people have been intercepted by border protection. Arrivals this year are up from the 161 asylum seekers who came by boat last year, but well down on the 5516 people who arrived in 2001.

Do the sums:

(N)ew figures reveal the cost of processing the latest influx of boatpeople is about $38,000 an asylum seeker.

6 thoughts on “Who asked them to come?”

  1. “Christmas Island” should be renamed “Eid al-Adha Island” because when these illgals arrive there, it is as if all their Christmas’ have come at once. And once again the VOTING TAXPAYER has to pay AGAIN and AGAIN!

  2. But by generously supporting these illegal ragheads they become long term Labor voters! How can you deny this Krudd logic, it doesn’t even cost the Labor party anything to boot.

  3. Senators Fielding and Xenophon were to vote on a change that meant the refos will not be required to pay back their detention costs. I wonder what deal they did with Krudd?

  4. It seems Australia and Britain are on the same crash course to national suicide. I’d have thought (and hoped) that Australians, being much more rational and straight talking than us Brits, would have rejected the musli-cult much earlier. Apparently that is not the case. A sad day for me, as I had hoped to one day, if the “enrichment” became too much in Britain, to move my family to Oz. Obviously no country on Earth is immune from islamic imperialism. My next “go to” escape valve is the Faroe Islands, a wholly Scandinavian and British experience, and if the BNP do not succed in the next ten years, that is exactly where I will end up. I do enjoy the company of those who are of the same mindset and cultural background as me, to be honest the islamic and african aggression present in London has rather regrettably biased my opinion strongly in favour of forceable repatriation of all recent immigrants who tend to demand more than they can ever offer to this tiny island!

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