Sail here, and you face this hell

Andrew Bolt

This will really show them KRudd means business:

PEOPLE believed to be asylum seekers staying at a three-star Darwin motel have been banned from speaking to the media… Up to 61 asylum seekers were transferred from Christmas Island to “an alternative place of detention” in Darwin late on Saturday.

But why is Rudd so reluctant to show how tough he’s being with these boat people?


Those boat people policies are working beautifully:

Immigration officials have been phoning churches and asking them about convents, monasteries and boarding houses where at least 100 people – mainly families and unaccompanied children now on Christmas Island – could be put up.

New arrivals wear the Pali terror scarf, the keffieh:  KRudd enables the killers of your children….

They just keep coming:

How many millions more will this boat cost us?

May is turning out to be a very big month for boats, which sure don’t seem deterred by Kevin Rudd’s “tough” new rules last month:

A boat carrying 92 asylum seekers has been intercepted near Scott Reef off the north west coast of Western Australia.

Other News:

Bribing children to believe

The KRudd Government has launched a new propaganda campaign aimed at convincing children the planet will fry from our gases (and Labor will save them): The Shout Out for Climate Change competition gives Australian students of all ages a creative platform to inform, engage and inspire others to discover more about climate change and take action.


  1. The main thing is to get rid of Rudd.

    He’s going down hill fast as I predicted he would on this blogsite six months ago.

    Watch for the unceasing stream of ad hominem / personal attacks on Tony Abbott over the coming months.

    This government is all about wasting money and trying to look good.

    The game is up for ‘Yours Truly’ from ‘Brissie’ and it’s slowly dawning on the electorate that this government’s only talent is wasting money.

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