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Abbott’s Warning to Indonesia: “We have ways of making our displeasure felt”

February 15, 2015

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*****AN EXCLUSIVE GUTTER TRASH INVESTIGATIVE REPORT SHOCK ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!***** 

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We interrupt what ever it is you are doing to bring you this important international affairs announcement!

The Prime Minister of Australia (Tony Abbott), has released another pre-recorded video statement issuing a dire warning to Indonesia should it proceed with the execution of Bali Nine drug smugglers Andrew Chan and the other guy.

Now it’s not entirely widely known whether The Bolt Report is amongst Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s favourite Sunday morning viewing, however Mr Abbott chose this show to make it clear to the Indonesian President that there will be dire consequences should the executions go ahead.

“Millions of Australians are feeling sickened by what might be about to happen in Indonesia,” he said.

“We will be finding ways to make our displeasure felt,” he said ominously.

Mr Abbott also accused the Indonesian government of hypocrisy in asking other countries not to execute its citizens convicted overseas.

“BADDIES CAN BE GOODIES TOO”

“What we are asking of Indonesia is what Indonesia asks of other countries when its citizens are on death row, and if it’s right for Indonesia to ask and expect some kind of clemency, it’s surely right for us to ask and expect some kind of clemency.

“Yes, these two young Australians have done a very bad thing, a very bad thing,” he said.

“They deserve jail time, they don’t deserve to die.”

Mr Abbott also used a televised opportunity today to talk up his government’s determined approach on issues of national security, signalling a further tightening of anti terrorism legislation.

STOP THE MUGS

“We are a free and fair nation. But that doesn’t mean we should let bad people play us for mugs, and all too often they have. Well, that’s going to stop”.

“It’s clear to me, that for too long, we have given those who might be a threat to our country the benefit of the doubt,” Mr Abbott said.

JAIL NOT BAIL

“There’s been the benefit of the doubt at our borders, the benefit of the doubt for residency, the benefit of the doubt for citizenship and the benefit of the doubt at Centrelink. And in the courts, there has been bail, when clearly there should have been jail.”

The announcement comes on the eve of Mr Abbott’s one week anniversary of introducing the revolutionary idea of “Good Government.”

You can watch Mr Abbot’s message in all its hideousness here, although I must say I didn’t last the distance…

I found a transcript!

 

Earlier this week, the hostages of the Lindt café, as well as the families of Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson were welcomed to this Parliament.

We acknowledged the atrocity that took place in Sydney’s CBD and we pledged to keep our country as safe and as secure as we humanly can.

Both the Commonwealth and State Governments are currently considering the joint review into the Martin Place siege and we will shortly release the report publicly, along with our response.

We are both determined to learn the lessons of this attack and will promptly take any necessary remedial action.

I will also be making a national security statement on Monday week.

It’s clear to me, that for too long, we have given those who might be a threat to our country the benefit of the doubt.

There’s been the benefit of the doubt at our borders, the benefit of the doubt for residency, the benefit of the doubt for citizenship and the benefit of the doubt at Centrelink.

And in the courts, there has been bail, when clearly there should have been jail.

We are a free and fair nation. But that doesn’t mean we should let bad people play us for mugs, and all too often they have: Well, that’s going to stop.

The rise of the Islamist death cult in the Middle East has seen the emergence of new threats where any extremist can grab a knife, a flag, a camera phone and a victim and carry out a terror attack.

As a nation we are responding to this threat. Abroad, Australia is working with allies to disrupt and degrade the Islamist death cult.

At home, we have provided our security services with more powers, more resources and stronger laws.

We are currently considering additional legislation on data retention that’s before the Parliament – and this will make it easier to keep you safe and we want to get this legislation passed as quickly as we can.

I give you this assurance: As a country, we won’t let evil people exploit our freedom.

 

 

 

 

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23 Comments leave one →
  1. February 15, 2015 2:53 pm

    “I give you this assurance: As a country, we won’t let evil people exploit our freedom.”

    Tony Abbott is now a country?

  2. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:17 pm

    I thought he was just a team. A little like Port Adelaide – maybe looked ok at the start, but turned out to be just a pack of criminal bogans.

  3. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:18 pm

    Very funny, by the way.

  4. TB Queensland permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:26 pm

    “There’s been the benefit of the doubt at our borders, the benefit of the doubt for residency, the benefit of the doubt for citizenship and the benefit of the doubt at Centrelink. And in the courts, there has been bail, when clearly there should have been jail.”

    Is this a hidden message about The Mad Abbott’s own citizenship … thumbing his rightnostril at us?

  5. TB Queensland permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:29 pm

    Abbott’s Warning to Indonesia: “We have ways of making our displeasure felt”

  6. TB Queensland permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:30 pm

    It really has reached that stage of fkn international hypocrisy …

  7. TB Queensland permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:35 pm

    I found a transcript!

    BTW … well done … I struggled through it … cringy, cringy!

    Was this said all in one breathe?

    We are currently considering additional legislation on data retention that’s before the Parliament – and this will make it easier to keep you safe and we want to get this legislation passed as quickly as we can.

    I give you this assurance: As a country, we won’t let evil people exploit our freedom.

    With a couple of blinks for the last sentence?

  8. Tom R permalink
    February 15, 2015 3:50 pm

    We are currently considering additional legislation on data retention that’s before the Parliament – which coincided quite fortuitously with another AFP raid on “homegrown tewwawists”

    Not that there is anything wrong with that.

    It’s clear to me, that for too long, we have given those who might be a threat to our country the benefit of the doubt.

    The same might be said of our msm and opposition liberal leaders in lycra.

  9. February 15, 2015 5:07 pm

    l missed most of my abc insiders today, so changed over to bolreportland, which l don`t usually do, but thought l`d check-out so-called `enraged`blot and see what he`d say. To my surprise, he had mr-rabbit on for his first show of the year. lt wasn`t long before mr-rabbit was receiving the usual blot-fawning. lt looks like there won`t be any change to the show, and even less reason to watch it. lt was all the usual #go.team unfortunately. Mr-rabbit spouted nothing other than the usual blather. Costello gave some minor spanking over eleventy`s budget, and suggested they don`t pick un-needed fights with the senate, over things that have no hope in hell of passing. That would probably be blatantly obvious to most, but probably not to blots regular viewers. #teabags

  10. February 15, 2015 6:14 pm

    “the benefit of the doubt at Centrelink”

    So people who are on the Age Pension or a disability allowance are terrorists too?

    He’s already said in the past that he feels “threatened” by homosexuals. I imagine it won’t be long before we’re on the list too.

  11. Team Clear Assurances permalink
    February 15, 2015 7:12 pm

    http://apo.org.au/commentary/losing-our-balance-fortress-australia
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-02-15/pm-flags-tough-stance-on-border-security-ahead-of-siege-report/6108120
    http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2015/feb/15/academics-and-law-bodies-warn-attack-on-gillian-triggs-threatens-democracy

    [I]n Australia, few if any of these principles are given legal protection. Without
    such checks and balances, the question of how far a politician should go in combating
    terrorism is left almost always only to the political realm. Indeed, the only check or balance
    available may be to trust the wisdom and good sense of our elected representatives. As recent debates show, this is inadequate, and dangerous. Not only are politicians subject to the same propensity to overreact as the community, but they also stand to benefit in political terms from doing so. Being disproportionately harsh on terrorism, even at the cost of fundamental human rights, is hardly a vote loser.

    All this goes to show how Australia’s new anti-terror laws expose structural problems with
    Australia’s system of law. That system is dependent upon an effective parliamentary process and a culture of respect among political leaders when it comes to democratic values, rule of law principles and human rights. Anti-terror laws reveal how many of the bedrock principles of Australian democracy are actually only assumptions and conventions within the political system rather than hard legal rules that demand compliance. The laws reveal the capacity of politicians and the Federal Parliament to contravene these values and, in doing so, to create new and problematic precedents for the making of other laws.
    https://law.anu.edu.au/sites/all/files/events/does_australia_need_new_anti-terror_laws-final.pdf

  12. February 15, 2015 7:57 pm

    ”””””the question of how far a politician should go in combating terrorism is left almost always only to the political realm.””””’

    +

    ””””Indeed, the only check or balance available may be””””’

    +

    ”””””to trust the wisdom and good sense of our elected representatives””””

    +

    #then we`re all fcuked

  13. TB Queensland permalink
    February 15, 2015 8:14 pm

    I imagine it won’t be long before we’re on the list too.

    You didn’t know, sreb!!!!

  14. February 15, 2015 8:31 pm

    Very funny TB! 😦

  15. TB Queensland permalink
    February 15, 2015 8:33 pm

    Nice to have you on the dark side wif us age pensioners … 😉

  16. February 15, 2015 8:53 pm

    No doubt you`re on the list, these goose-stepping zealots would round-up everybody they find `undesirable` given half-a-chance. lt seeps thru in nearly every utterance they make, or try and enact. Just look how `proud` they are with their `test`case of undesirables, boat-children. l think we have two big problems, first, the off-shore gulag infrastructure is in place, second, the `other` team is nearly as bad. #not.joking

  17. Tom R permalink
    February 16, 2015 7:58 am

    So people who are on the Age Pension or a disability allowance are terrorists too?

    Now I’ll be to afraid to go and sign for my free grubmint money on dole day for fear of suicide bombers lurking in the hallways of centrelink orifices.

    “Jail not Bail”

    Really, he’s become Judge Jury Executioner. So, guilty until proven innocent. When will the journo’s start treating yabots words as such?

    The blatant political opportunism is breathtaking. What is more breathtaking is, it will probably work. It did last time they found that threatening plastic sword and accompanying Armani hat.

    Please, please, please Labor, do not be the patsy’s in this .. AGAIN!

  18. Tom R permalink
    February 16, 2015 8:20 am

    yabots in permanent attack mode (even more so than when he was in opposition)

    He has nowhere left to go, but, the longer he remains, the more debased our national “debates” will become.

    PM Tony Abbott’s assertions about “good government” starting this week looked even more shaky after Australia’s two peak legal bodies, as well with former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, condemned remarks he made about Human Rights Commission (AHRC) President Professor Gillian Triggs and the AHRC.

    ….

    PM Tony Abbott’s assertions about “good government” starting this week looked even more shaky after Australia’s two peak legal bodies, as well with former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, condemned remarks he made about Human Rights Commission (AHRC) President Professor Gillian Triggs and the AHRC.

    https://independentaustralia.net/politics/politics-display/top-lawyers-slam-abbotts-attacks-on-triggs-and-human-rights-commission,7374

    I recall the OUTRAGE from the assembled appendages over Gillards (quite stupid) remarks about her disagreeing with the High Courts decision re the Malaysian Solution.

    These appendages are very quiet when yabot is not just disagreeing, but actively persecuting messengers unfavorable to him (and his opponents)

    The appendages might like the “colour and movement” this creates, but all it is really doing is trashing peoples lives.

  19. Tom R permalink
    February 16, 2015 9:43 am

    And, I hate to say it, I’m on Gina’s “team” here

    Gina Rinehart’s dispute with Channel 9 over its version of her life story is far from over, with lawyers acting for Australia’s richest person foreshadowing a multimillion-dollar legal battle with the network.

    https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa/a/26301058/rinehart-to-sue-over-show/

    It’s not enough apparently that people in the spotlight are under the constant gaze of the paparazzi without television companies using their lives as a premise for what is clearly a fictitious story.

    If you want to write fiction, make the shit up. If you want to do a documentary, do a fucking documentary. If you find the actual events so boring that you have to add some spice in yourselves, reconsider the project from the start.

    I’m no fan of Gina from her actions publicly, but I don’t agree with re-writing events to spice up a fucking tele-movie and garner ratings. It’s morally repugnant.

  20. Tom of Melbourne permalink
    February 16, 2015 9:52 am

    “I don’t agree with re-writing events to spice up…

    I’ll pass those sentiments on to “FIfi & Lulu”

  21. Tom R permalink
    February 16, 2015 9:55 am

    I’ll pass those sentiments on to “FIfi & Lulu”

    Like that relationship would need any sort of modifications to “spice” it up yomm 😉

  22. TB Queensland permalink
    February 16, 2015 10:31 am

    I know where you can get repair patches on eBay ToM … or liquid electrical tape may work … 🙂

  23. February 18, 2015 1:24 pm

    “”Tony Abbott has called on Indonesia to “reciprocate” for Australia’s $1bn aid package after the 2004 tsunami by sparing two citizens on death row for drug smuggling.””

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/18/tony-abbott-indonesia-reciprocate-tsunami-aid-sparing-bali-nine-pair

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