Did Labor Loons, the Greens and our 'Human Rights' Shysters Engineer The Latest Boatpeople Controversy?

This one stinks to high heaven. Could it be that the kaputniks financed the Tamils who are now on the high seas trying to reach Australia?


Pickering Post, Don Smith
Christmas Island-Pardaphash-85397Over the past few days we have had a boatload of supposed asylum seekers supposedly from “India”, but really from “Sri Lanka”, and the people who knew more about it than anyone else were members of the Greens, the ALP and immigration “activist” Ian Rintool… now I am as cranky as all hell!

They had direct communication, via satellite phone, with a bunch of so-called asylum seekers in a wooden boat heading for Christmas Island… WTF, you’re kidding me!

Now, from where I sit, this smacks of an attempt by the likes of the fool Rintool, Marles, Sarah No-Brains and the Green lunatics to stage-manage a breach of our border security to embarrass the Government over its “Sovereign Borders” policy.

Now, the lunatic Left claims to be of the “humanitarian kind” and its charivari proclaims that our new Government is not, despite that under their “humanitarian regime” somewhere around 1100 souls, mainly women and children, drowned at sea making a similar journey in piss-arsed boats across several hundred miles of dangerous ocean.

How the hell you can claim to be “humanitarian”, when the policy you support results in over 1100 humans drowning at sea, has me totally stuffed to be honest… but WTF, that’s what they claim! The LNP Government is nothing but a heartless pack of bastards because they stopped women and children from drowning at sea, and you may well wonder why I am cranky.

Notwithstanding, the question remains, are these lunatics involved in a plot to embarrass the Government by participating in an attempt to have a boatload of supposed refugees land on Christmas Island?

How do supposed asylum seekers, desperately fleeing persecution, happen to have satellite phones with the telephone numbers of Greens and ALP members of Parliament in them? Now that is not proven, but it seems pretty clear that they at least had Ian Rintoul’s number.

From my perspective if Rintoul and others have aided and abetted this boatload of people to undertake the perilous journey from Siri Lanka to Australia, then they have assisted in an act of human trafficking which is an offence not only under Australian law but International and Maritime law.

Anyone who would stoop so low as to endanger well over a hundred human lives for political point-scoring needs the full force of the law jammed right up their Khyber Pass.

If this is the sort of dirty politics the Greens and the ALP are prepared to play, then it’s time for the baseball bat to be implemented. But has George Brandis got the balls to swing it? That is the question!

However, if he does have the balls, then I suggest he may hear the applause from the front bleachers to the back of the grandstand!