Sink the boats! Hang the pirates!
“The last three years Danish warships have released more than 200 pirates after having first arrested them. Recently the Danish warship Absalon had to release 17 pirates because the Danish authorities were not able to get either the Seychelles, nor Kenya to put the pirates in front of a judge, even though they had collected evidence. Â Denmark releases more than 200 Somali piratesÂ (Vlad Tepes)
Turning the boats back to Indonesia would be terrible, sez JulLiar Gillard:
Â Australia’s unelected PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has labelled as “reckless” Tony Abbott’s policy a Coalition government would instruct the navy to turn around asylum-seeker boats on the water and return them to Indonesia. Â Indonesia bad; New Zealand goodÂ (Andrew Bolt)
Julia Gillard deceives and lies.
Here are the seven deadliest examples, starting with the one that first warned me Ms Gillard could not be trusted to tell the truth, even over something trivial. Â She is and always was a devious commie rat. Yes, Â she helped to recruitÂ members of the Communist Party into the Labor party.
Â Nothing could better illustrate the confused and unworkable nature of refugee conventions and laws than two episodes this week. Â Â Soon we’ll be paying people to immigrate illegally.
Is Australia good enough?
ThereÂ Â are people who have already passed through Indonesia and rejected it, and now wonder if Australia is good enough.Â “Asylum seekers” they aren’t
“Tragedies happen,” sniffed Senator Sarah Hanson-Young.Â
INDONESIAN water police were last night searching waters off Sumbawa Island for aboutÂ 60 asylum-seekers, including seven children, whose Australia-bound boat is believed to have capsizedÂ in rough seas.
Australia’s Labor Mob Fears The Real Australians
A report commissioned by the Anzac Centenary Advisory Board warned there were “risks” in honouring fallen soldiers and it could provoke division in multicultural Australia.
A confident nation would not have ordered the first study – or would have simply binned thre results rather than waste yet more money prompting the correct answer.
How bizarre to spend money to prompt a more convenient answer to a question that should never have been posed in the first place.Â Anzac Day is what millions of observers every year say it is. Â Â $520k to tell us what our own eyes see on Anzac Day