Damn the bleeding hearts!

“We all know Islam is the religion of peace. Now its the Muslim’s turn to stop killing everyone all over the place” -Mark Steyn

You’re not coming here, refugees told

Acting Prime Minister Julie Bishop has urged hundreds of asylum seekers to leave a Manus Island detention centre and warned that no one in offshore compounds would be resettled in Australia. (Continued below the fold.)

GREENS’ ‘TERRORIST’ CLAIM PUTS US IN DANGER

An inflammatory falsehood likely to inspire jihadists: “Greens MP Adam Bandt has accused Immigration Minister Peter Dutton of being a ‘terrorist’ over the treatment of 600 asylum seekers...  ‘If the definition of terror is to use violence and threaten people’s lives for political purposes, then Peter Dutton is a terrorist.'”

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Dutton brushes off Bandt’s ‘terrorist’ remark as Manus tensions escalate
Federal Greens MP Adam Bandt labels Immigration Minister Peter Dutton a terrorist at a rally in Melbourne protesting against the treatment of men who remain on Manus Island.
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Funny how they refuse to use the words Islam and terrorist together, but are happy to label an MP one when he is doing his job- keeping is safe from an influx of terrorists.—ABC.NET.AU
“Cultural Differences” = the ultimate out of jail card
Muslim Refugee Molests 8 Girls, Free When Lib Judge Hears His 2-Word Reason

After Judge David Kent (left) heard that a Muslim migrant sexually assaulted 8 girls, he immediately dropped the conviction because of 2 disturbing words.

Acting Prime Minister Julie Bishop has urged hundreds of asylum seekers to leave a Manus Island detention centre and warned that no one in offshore compounds would be resettled in Australia.

Ms Bishop said Australia would not do anything that would weaken its border policies as it’s understood 584 Manus Island detainees refuse to leave a closed detention centre, despite water and power being cut off.

As of Wednesday, three detainees (two refugees and one non-refugee) had left the facility.

The Papua New Guinea Supreme Court ruled in April that the detention centre was unlawful and had to close by October 31.

Lawyers for the detainees are attempting to injunct the closure of the detention centre in the PNG Supreme Court because of fears for the safety of asylum seekers if they move to alternative accommodation on the other side of the island in the town of Lorengau.

 31/10/2017 Photo posted by Australian Greens Senator for Tasmania, Nick McKim, from the detention center in Manus. Source: Twitter/Nick McKim

 

 

Manus closure sets off ‘looting’

Ms Bishop could not guarantee the safety of asylum seekers if they move to three other accommodation centres on the island in PNG.

“The PNG government is in charge of law and order and security and I understand that they have this matter in hand,” Ms Bishop told Sky News.

“We are working closely with the PNG government, I would urge those who remain on Manus Island to go to the alternative accommodation that has been provided by the PNG government.

“Those who are refugees can be settled in PNG or can apply to resettle elsewhere, they will not be resettled in Australia.

“We have made it very clear that those who have paid people smugglers to try to come to Australia will jot be resettled here, so they have other options available to them.”

Ms Bishop said none of the refugees would be allowed to settle in Australia.

“We have put in place very tough measures to smash the people smuggling trade, which we have done so far, we have stopped the deaths at sea and we are dealing with caseloads of people who came here under the weaker Labor government laws,” she said.

“This is not an easy policy to implement but we are determined to ensure that the people smuggling trade does not start up again as it would inevitably start under a Labor government because of their weaker border protection policies.”

Greens leader Richard Di Natale said the detainees should be settled in Australia.

“There is a humanitarian crisis unfolding as we speak,” Senator Di Natale told ABC radio.

“The compound now has no sewerage and water, in fact the detainees are now storing water in garbage bins at the moment so they don’t have to leave the compound, they fear for their lives.”

He said the alternative accommodation the government says it has built has not been completed.

“So there isn’t enough capacity to house all of those detainees,” he said.

“And the government has stopped providing people medication, 20 per cent of them are on anti depressants or other psychiatric medication.

“These are people who will become acutely suicidal, who will become anxious, many of whom will experience a range of other side effects and the government is saying ‘we are washing our hands of this’.”

6 thoughts on “Damn the bleeding hearts!”

  1. An example of suicidal self-hating behaviour by an islamophile …

    • [cultural Marxist purveyor of PC’nes] Southport District Court Judge David Kent heard that a Muslim migrant sexually assaulted 8 [Christian] girls, he immediately dropped the conviction because of Cultural Differences !!!
    (Not Good Enough treasonous aider and abetter of the islam invasionsave Australia – get yourself incarcerated)

  2. Just two things:
    I am surprised at the disproportionate number of Muslims working at Sydney airport.
    Sheikh Yermami website is blocked there!

    1. We are aware of that. Sydney airport even has an imam in security. Hope it makes you feel better. Last time I checked the site was still accessible. (A year ago!)

  3. De Natale does not mention that the wannabe illegal immigrants have the choice to leave the premises they no longer have permission to stay in. They are free to leave and receive food, drink, shelter & medical assistance in the new alternative areas that have been provided for them FREE – courtesy of the Australian taxpayer.

    Greens are nearly as deluded as muslims.

  4. Virtue-signalling one’s pious PITY of all self-determined criminals as “fellow victims” doesn’t usually cost one anything, (although it sure costs the real victims of the criminals one thereby defends) as opposed to the risk of personal and professional harm that comes with exhibits of righteous ANGER against criminals in the hope of ending their crimes.

    But in the end, which strategy is effective at solving problems and ending crimes – pitying and coddling criminals and to enabling them to commit even more crimes, or getting angry and opposing them?

    The answer is obvious, but the motto of criminal negligents everywhere is:

    “There’s No Money In Solutions (so Please Give Generously, AGAIN!)”

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