And it’s all over a banner displayed during a friendly soccer match between Australia and Serbia.
Father Cedomir blamed the attack on the media for whipping up hatred over controversial “Free Mladic” banners at an international soccer friendly between Australia and Serbia last week. Â Â (source)
It gets worse, read it here:Â (source)
Why should the foreign minister help his own government?
FOREIGN MinisterÂ Kevin Rudd has rejected a request from former Papua New Guinea prime minister Rabbie Namaliu that he to fly to Port Moresby to rescue the Gillard government’s floundering asylum seeker deal.
A spokesman for the Foreign Minister said: “Mr Rudd has no plans to travel to PNG at the near future. The PNG leadership is currently focused on issues other than the proposal for a regional processing centre.”
See, the worse it gets for Gillard, the better for KRudd.
Another place KRudd hasn’t gone to:
FEARS are escalating that the Gillard government’s ban on live cattle exports to Indonesia will damage the country’s entire beef industry, with southern Australian farmers already reporting a drop in prices.
Domestic cattle producers are worried the 11,000 livestock stranded by the ban will flood the local market in coming months and cause a glut for all beef products. The Victorian Farmers Federation says prices for beef have already dropped by 10c a kilogram – or 5 per cent – in anticipation of this occurring, and stock agents have reported slow sales and a softening in consumer demand.