It’s fun to take comments from Andrew Bolt’s blog out of context just for the purpose of making fun of the,m. It’s such an easy thing to do though…
If they spent less on bombs and more on levees…
Phillip……. replied to mh
Thu 26 Aug 10 (02:22pm)
australians returning to a white australia policy should not be construed by neighbours as doing so for any reach of racism – the imperative is entirely economic.
Australian can build bigger prisons, slide into a third world corruption, watch enclaves and ghettos grow in size or the nation could adopt a new immigration policy.
Australia started with a tax rate about 5%. It is now about 30% with falling standards of living.
Immigration and economics are inseparable.
It is your life social engineers are toying with. Failed or imminently failing first world states are genuine indicators of social dysfunctionality.
of course this might be wrong; how would you know?
So we should go back to a White Australia Policy? Huh! Does that mean that we send anyone who is not white back to where they came from, even if they were born here? I’m confused.
And what aid are the oil rich,compassionate,Koran quoting Islamic nations like Saudi Arabia,Libya,The UAE and even Iran giving their Muslim cousins in Pakistan, especially at this time of Ramadan?
If true to usual form, bugger all or none ,let the infidels in the West deal with it they would be saying,and also let those suckers take the refugees that will invariably result from this catastrophe.
Sorry,but after the disastrous UK experience with Pakistani Muslims, Australia must say, NO WAY.
Frank of Malvern
Yep Frank, we should just let them suffer. Serves them right for cheating at cricket. BTW I would suggest that all or most of those countries you mentioned are helping out at the moment but you just don’t hear about it. You see, Australia likes to hype up our aid contributions to such a point that we think that no one else is such a good Samaritan as we are. Did you know that Indonesia sent aid to Victoria after the Black Saturday bushfires/ Bet you didn’t?!
Thu 26 Aug 10 (11:15am)
The UN is the biggest joke in the world. It always seem to me to be on the take, corrupt bunch of finger-pointing, up themselves idiots. Rudd should fit in nicely… downer
Aimee of Melbourne (Reply)
Thu 26 Aug 10 (11:47am)
It wouldn’t be a Bolt blog comment without some attack on the Labor Party or our former PM, even if they have nothing to do with the issue at hand. Well played!
marie replied to Sam007
Thu 26 Aug 10 (10:45pm)
Best point of the day.
I did donate to the tsunami fund in Aceh only to find out that the muslim police there had bought 20 000 (some reports say 40 000) skirts to hand out to women they considered improperly dressed.
This was Christmas, a tough time for families and we all went without to ‘help’ these poor people. NEVER again will I give to a Muslim country.
They have a Muslim Police Force? I guess so. Perhaps they considered the women improperly dressed because all their clothing was washed away by the flood? Food and clothing would have been the two things that the people of Aceh needed the most. Being given a skirt is better than being given no clothing at all.
What the hell is the matter with our Government. I, for one still believe that charity begins at home, and resent all the taxpayers hard earned doallrs being sent overseas in any Aid program. Sorry they ruined your Christmas.
Molly Daveson of Cungulla. 4816 (Reply)
So if you saw a stranger dying on the road you would walk past them because charity begins at home and you didn’t know that person. Shows what sort of person you are Molly.