46.000 asylum shoppers have been dumped on the mainland, while more than 1.000 drowned at sea. Its not simply about the billions of dollars we Â taxpayers have Â to cough up to maintain this bleeding heart goodness; Â its about our future and the birthright of our children. I wonder if we still have one.
How many West Papuans need to die before their cry for freedom is heard by the World? (source)
Alan talks to the recently elected Governor of Oro Province in Papua New Guinea about the Rudd Goverment’s PNG policy:
This is important. Be informed!
Its quite clear after this that KRudd is trying hoodwink the nation once again with smoke and mirrors. Did you know that there are more than 10.000 genuine refugees hauled up in PNG from who fled the jihad/genocide from the Indonesian military? These people need our help. The Middle Eastern Muslim asylum shoppers, jihadists, criminals and invaders have no right whatsoever to settle among us at our expense. Keep them out!
Its encouraging to see Australian politicians offer more positive policies on how to curb Â the criminal invasion by Mohammedan asylum shoppers.
Our satisfaction with this policy progress was confirmed when the ghastly Green leader Milne denounced the big parties’ recognition of the patriotic pulse as aÂ a race to the bottom by both Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott.
The bottom? That’s where the Greens will be when the votes are counted, and that’s what Milne is talking out of!
It is clear that KRudd has no Â principles at all and is now being compelled to act under pressure from an angry eletorate, fed up to the back teeth with the asylum shoppers crass ingratitude, the arson and violence they display as examples of the Â only contribution they bring to the Australian way of life.
But KRudd’s gone too far down the reality road to retreat, surely. And to give credit where credit is due, he did pick up on a key theme we at RRA have hammered for ages, the urgent necessity to disentangle Canberra from that crazyÂ UN Convention, which has empowered rogue judges to thwart democracy.
Rather than waste more money from the Oz public purse on more substantial accommodations, which the bludgers would, sooner or later, in one of their regular recrudescences of savagery, destroy, tents are not such a bad idea.–Slightly edited from Ross Rightangle