Ferry service operating, all aboard

 

Ludwig von Gress

With TV news crews focused on “free” and so arabospringy Egypt, our friendly Somali pirates keep on plying the trade mostly unmolested in their never ending spring, some of them in order to accumulate enough money to pay smugglers to enter the almost-sharia Australian paradise. It won’t take them long to realise that they can save money by sailing directly here. They are accomplished sailors. In fact, according to third-hand, totally unconfirmed and possibly fanciful rumours from Northern Territory, it may, just may be happening already. If so, undoubtedly the Australian government will tell in good time, in three years perhaps but only if somebody persistent bothers with FOI application.

The latest Labor government “Open Borders” rules seem to mean that if you can float anywhere near Australian territorial waters, you are in, almost like in the French Foreign Legion of the former repute – we do not care how many of us you had killed in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan or elsewhere. If you make it, an Australian taxpayer will fund your lawyer to help you with your asylum application, and a lawyer to represent you in possible, but increasingly unlikely appeals, however many it might take. It apparently helps, though it is not strictly necessary if drugs, documents and kalashnikovs are dropped overboard before the Welcome Wagon people, a.k.a. Royal Australian Navy come to sea-shepperd (‘intercept’ in gillardspeak) you into a port. Australian Security Intelligence Service is unlikely to rock the political boat by seriously checking your background. Firstly, it would be too much hard work – why learn any other language? Doesn’t every terrorist speak English? And secondly, why bother? The Labor government gave up on protecting Australia long time ago. The RAN ferries go ‘Full speed ahead’ in the service of defeatism and misguided multiculturalism.

Some Australians will wish to believe that the pirates just gratefully retire here on the taxpayer funded pensions and would forever keep their peace. Other Australians, in Brown and pink eyes undoubtedly racist, would suspect that those new “asylum seekers” after such an exciting and profitable life on the ocean wave would be here ‘looking for adventure or whatever comes their way’. Should they be allowed here? Oh, you dare to ask, you must be a racist!

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About Ludwig von Gress

Born in communist Europe, interested in defence matters on a macro scale, with a cavalry “devil may care spirit” from his grandfather and cautious effectiveness of asymmetric warfare approach from his guerilla father. He sometimes despairs that he may be the only one taking the defence of Australia seriously.
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4 Responses to Ferry service operating, all aboard

  1. rosencrantz says:

    Mr Andrew Bolt quotes from the yesterday’s Bungled Budget:
    …onshore processing costs related to irregular maritime arrivals, which are expected to increase by $1.3 billion over four years as a result of an increase in expected arrival rates compared to those at Budget.
    That seems that for a meagre sum of $16 a year per Australian (or $46 per taxpayer), Labor gets new voters. Their subsequent maintenance costs are a different matter entirely. A bargain for ALP.

  2. Horace Olney says:

    Three years gone and we are still waiting. Will Abbott tell us or has everything been shreded?

  3. Mercurial Joe says:

    Wɦat’s up? Just wanted to tell you, I liked this post. It was inspiring and depressing. Keep on posting!

  4. Cure Merie says:

    Thank you for the аuspicious writeup. That ferry srvice is not operating now, but ABC and its Silly Sarah are trying hard.

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