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The Nature of the Monkey was… Irrepressible!

By johnboy - 31 December 2013 10

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As seen in O’Connor this afternoon, I gather they’re up all around Canberra.

As this nation of bastards competes to see who can be the biggest bastard coated bastard with a soft bastard centre to vulnerable people it’s nice to see someone fighting the fight.

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10 Responses to
The Nature of the Monkey was… Irrepressible!
Deref 10:36 am 01 Jan 14

‘One day someone asked the Great Sage “Is the man who gives a wild tiger in a jewelled box truly generous?”, to which the Great Sage replied: “How should I know?”‘

nothappyjan 10:17 am 01 Jan 14

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

2604 said :

“Say yes to refugees” is every bit as glib a slogan as “stop the boats”.

Monkey obviously doesn’t have to worry about the logistics or costs associated with saying “yes” to asylum seekers.

Idiot.

I saw this also in civic some where.

Win.[/qu

2604 said :

“Say yes to refugees” is every bit as glib a slogan as “stop the boats”.

Monkey obviously doesn’t have to worry about the logistics or costs associated with saying “yes” to asylum seekers.

Idiot.

I saw this also in civic some where.

Win.

An idiot might also be someone that doesn’t know the difference between a genuine refugee and a queue jumper exploiting Australia’s once lax policy and soft headed/hearted people.

Genuine refugees are those waiting years in a UN camp or on a waiting list because they keep getting pushed to the back of the queue.

Cashed queue jumpers (often called asylum seekers) are the ones that fly economy or business class direct to South East Asia, pay $5k to $15k or more per person to be put on a boat that is not seaworthy, but will be readily used by people smugglers anyway to point them in the general direction of Aus and hope we rescue them before the boat falls apart (seaworthy boats would reduce the smugglers margins). They are also coached to destroy all their identification and give the current working excuse (insert sob story here) to ensure they are allowed to jump the queue and push those in genuine need further back.

But you can’t blame street smart business savvy people with loads of cash for exploiting our soft policy/people can you. Even some theme parks have VIP passes that let you push ahead of the plebs, so why wouldn’t some people think this is acceptable?

Diligently checking the sob stories, true identity,health, criminal history, security and backgrounds of people who set out to fraudulently enter our country probably does take up lots of time/money which could be much better spent on genuine refugees who can’t afford a smuggler.

Monkey magic was very cool though.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 7:31 am 01 Jan 14

Darkfalz said :

Yes to (a limited supply of) genuine refugees. No to cashed up, designer clothes wearing country shoppers entering the country illegally.

Source on this so called country shopping ?

sepi 9:50 pm 31 Dec 13

Costwise, the way we are doing it is incredibly expensive – locking people up in prison conditions for months and years.

Putting the vast majority of refugees into the community while they are assessed would save billions, as well as being more humane.

johnboy 8:56 pm 31 Dec 13

How dare people in nice clothes be in fear of their lives.

Darkfalz 8:37 pm 31 Dec 13

Yes to (a limited supply of) genuine refugees. No to cashed up, designer clothes wearing country shoppers entering the country illegally.

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 8:15 pm 31 Dec 13

2604 said :

“Say yes to refugees” is every bit as glib a slogan as “stop the boats”.

Monkey obviously doesn’t have to worry about the logistics or costs associated with saying “yes” to asylum seekers.

Idiot.

I saw this also in civic some where.

Win.

Darkfalz 5:29 pm 31 Dec 13

Was watching Monkey the other day and he was happily insulting people by calling them “poofter”. I miss the 80s.

goosepig 4:56 pm 31 Dec 13

I like monkeys.

2604 4:27 pm 31 Dec 13

“Say yes to refugees” is every bit as glib a slogan as “stop the boats”.

Monkey obviously doesn’t have to worry about the logistics or costs associated with saying “yes” to asylum seekers.

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