Abbott’s Warning to Indonesia: “We have ways of making our displeasure felt”
*****AN EXCLUSIVE GUTTER TRASH INVESTIGATIVE REPORT SHOCK ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!!*****
- Tony Abbott adds Indonesia to Shirtfront Target List!
- Issues dire warning ahead of looming Bali Nine Death Sentence Execution!
- Baddies can be Goodies too!
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.