Suddenly, Indonesia has boats to patrol its borders. But not to stop the muselmanic asylum shoppers; only to prevent the Australian navy from returning them back to sender.
INDONESIA has demanded the federal government Âsuspends its policy of turning back asylum seeker vessels and will ramp up naval patrols on Australia’s northern borders.
How dare these filthy kafirs interfere in our smuggling operations? Â The world belongs to allah and his profit; the hijra (migration) is a holy duty for every muslim. Pay the jiziya with willing submission and be humiliated, kafirs!
Back off, Jakarta tells Australia
INDONESIA has demanded Australia stop its border-protection operations and warned it will strengthen warship patrols of its maritime borders, after Australian patrol vessels breached Indonesian territorial waters. Immigration Minister Scott Morrison confirmed the territorial waters breaches, revealed in The Australian yesterday, and Australia’s unqualified apology but he refused to confirm the violations occurred as Operation Sovereign Borders vessels forced asylum-seeker boats back to Indonesia. BRENDAN NICHOLSON AND PETER ALFORD THE AUSTRALIAN
On its own assessment, the Indonesian navy probably only has about 25 working, seaworthy ships available for operations at any one time and it has no coastguard. Indonesia’s obvious strategic sea defence weakness is one reason it has been so reluctant a partner with Australia in our efforts to stop people smuggling. It simply lacks the practical capacity to do much about it.
Jakarta has demanded an immediate halt to the Abbott government’s asylum-seeker turnbacks policy and announced it will send a frigate to bolster its southern defences after Australian ships repeatedly breached Indonesian territorial waters.