“It is tantamount to saying go back to where you came from.”
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  1. Rockdoctor says:

    Wow, having a bit of military background in the family words fail me…

    This country is honestly f’ed if even the Lib’s are siding with Farouqi after her vile support of Hamas.

  2. Roger W says:

    So, offering to save you the taxi fare used to be seen as neighbourly!
    On the other hand, Faruki supports the annihilation of Israel, but that’s fine by Senate rules…

  3. Tel says:

    I seem to remember that anyone who becomes an Australian citizen needs to swear an oath of loyalty.

    Thing about multiculturalism is that every ethnic conflict and long drawn-out struggle around the world ends up turning into the same ethnic conflict right here. People remain mostly loyal to what their ancestors thought … more than loyal to the other Australians in the same city.

  4. cuckoo says:

    Of course there was that SBS series Go back to where you came from in which a bunch of willing simps allowed themselves to be brainwashed live on camera into tearfully accepting that all refugees are valid cases. I wanted to pitch them an alternative series with the exact same title, following the fortunes of typical ‘refugees’ who, within six months of gaining citizenship/permanent residency in Australia are on a plane to, er, go back to where they came from. (Has anyone checked whether the ‘Biloela family’ have been back to India yet?)

  5. Foxbody says:

    Good point, Cuckoo
    I recall the Biloela family were from Sri Lanka – and Dad had been back a couple of times before Albo gave them P R.
    The “ refugee” system must have been the most rorted government programme – or at least up there with pink batts and the “ Building the Education Revolution”, and desal plants and the NBN and carbon neutral stuff and Turnbulls Snowy sinkhole and French submarines and uni courses turning into residence rights for hundreds of thousands annually and……
    Looking back, how many Government projects were/are utter bullshit, to be fair and objective?
    I suspect that if Australia was run efficiently and honestly, the average Australian worker would not need to pay income tax, so enormous is the wastage of our hard earned.

  6. Mantaray says:

    Cuckoo (7.37am), and others. Forget Biloela and those Tamils….why not consider the several hundred Oz passport holders who got stuck IN GAZA a few weeks back?

    OK, so Gaza is “known” by every leftist to be one huge outdoor prison, and a damn hell-hole, for which revenge mass murder, mass rape, torture, terrorism etc by inbred Arab F’wits running rampant in Israel is fully justified. Gaza truly IS hell on earth and Israel is wot dun it!

    And yet hundreds of Gazan “Aussies” were over there on holidays visiting the rellies and old pals, or back in full-time residence, despite it’s known-to-all-leftists’ status as the new version of Dante’s Inferno.

    Does this add up to anybody?

  7. C.L. says:

    In the end, I relented re the “Bilo family” – largely because of the children and the fact that mum and dad were otherwise purposeful and inoffensive as new chums.

    I have no doubt, however, that those two expedited their dubious love match and produced the aforesaid babes to manipulate the government. Had they been Afrikaners with white poppets in tow, Albo would have personally bundled them all onto a plane like an ensemble of Mrs Evatts.

  8. C.L. says:

    One of the more fortunate “Aussies in Gaza” – now back ‘home’ in Australia – was interviewed (in hijab, naturally) by the ABC last week. Hand-wringing grief for this Sydney medical worker who had to leave poor old mum days before. She couldn’t stay and now she can’t go back. “My hands are tied,” she said. Not literally, of course – unlike the victims of her brothers and cousins.

  9. and says:

    New word – Floptus

  10. and says:

    Did you know that Grate Blanchett is a UN lackey?
    Grate, a Strine actress (professional pretender), is “the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador”. And Grate is not happy with Australia’s human rights record.

    Cate Blanchett says she feels ‘shame and regret’ over Australia’s treatment of refugees during impassioned speech to the European Union.

  11. Lee says:

    I would have made a stronger suggestion to the vile, Australia-hating Faruqi.

  12. NFA says:

    Where is that Labor White Australia policy anyway?

  13. Ed Case says:

    Hanson shooting from the lip, then backing down.
    How many times …?
    Seriously, though, she more or less said
    Go back to live among the street shitters and goat rooters
    Why not ask

    Are you not happy in Australia, Mehreen?

    That’s not offensive, plus it puts her on the spot.

  14. NFA says:


    No-one can outdo your political savvy… after the event.

  15. C.L. says:

    There is some truth to Ed’s point.

    Hanson sometimes goes in hard and eventually has to pull her head in.

    Generally speaking, when the Speaker or President requires a withdrawal, the MP or senator eventually has to withdraw – lest it become a standing orders melodrama that sidelines the parliamentarian; which doesn’t go down well with colleagues and constituents if there is business to attend to and votes to be cast.

    It’s also true that “offence” in the post-Oakeshott era has become a hyper-precious, systemically abused way of silencing or getting over the top of opposition members and senators. The femaleness of the Parliament has made this loathsome trend infinitely worse.

  16. NFA says:

    yeah but,
    Ed is manufacturing bullshit, again

    she more or less said
    Go back to live among the street shitters and goat rooters

    she didn’t say that at all Ed!

  17. NFA says:

    but now we know your opinion of Pakistan, Ed.

  18. C.L. says:

    Yeah, that’s not what she said or ‘meant’ at all.

  19. Sahul Rex says:

    One would think that Mehreen would be chomping at the bit to get back to Pakistan to stop the great Satan from running a coup against its democratically elected Prime Minister. Next time, maybe.

  20. Sahul Rex says:

    It’s also true that “offence” in the post-Oakeshott era has become a hyper-precious, systemically abused way of silencing or getting over the top of opposition members and senators.

    Something isn’t right when members can, without censure, defame and prejudice civilians as much as they like, but turn to jelly when a fellow parliamentarian tells them where to go.

  21. and says:

    Re: Pakistan

    Great expectations for the next GangGreen stunt featuring Marine Frooki, Aaron Bandticoot and Sharia Handsome-Dung… oh, wait…

  22. and says:

    “Handsome boy” gets around. He impressed the heck out of Jordan Mailata earlier this year.

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