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    Australia Sends Migrants Back On Fishing Boat

    Six Bangladeshi migrants caught entering Australian waters have been sent back to Indonesia on a fishing boat, according to an Indonesian official.

    The decision has been criticised by the Indonesian foreign ministry, which is opposed to Australia's controversial policy of returning migrants.

    It warns that such acts could be dangerous at sea.

    The six men, along with two Indonesian crew, left from the eastern Indonesian city of Kupang last week bound for Australia.

    After three days at sea they reached Australian waters, but had engine trouble and the boat began to sink.

    They were picked up by the border patrol.

    Local water police chief Teddy John Sahala Marbun said: "After several days of sailing, the Australian customs vessel then entered Indonesian waters and handed the men over to an Indonesian fishing boat."

    He said they gave the fishermen fuel and other supplies and asked them to return the men to eastern Indonesia.

    The crew have been detained in Kupang and could face people smuggling charges, which carry a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison.

    The boat's captain told officials he was paid the equivalent of 4,900 to take the six Bangladeshis to Australia.

    Australia's policy of intercepting and turning back boats trying to reach the country has largely stemmed the flow of vessels, but some still try to make the journey.

    The controversial approach has created tensions with Indonesia, the starting point for many economic migrants heading for Australia.

    Indonesian foreign ministry spokesman Arrmanatha Nasir said Jakarta's position on the policy remained unchanged.

    "We do not support such acts, especially when done on water. It could potentially be dangerous," he said.

    "It would also not provide a permanent solution to illegal migrant issues."

    Australia Sends Migrants Back On Fishing Boat
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    Excellent.
    Wait untill the mussies start arriving by the boatload.

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    Fantastic work,


    Keep it up boys.

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    Yep, send them all back, not refugees, just welfare collectors, they got into Indo and they can stay there.
    Pisses me off, I can't get government money, paid taxes all my life, now a non resident,
    but get off a boat, get a house and welfare.

    Something wrong with the system, Australians sleeping in parks, economic refugees get homes and money.

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    ^ same thing is happening in the U.K.

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    Tell the fuckers they have to fill out forms and wait in line like everyone else.

    Scabs on their own country they wish to infest on others!

    And fuck the Indonesians. The Aussies have supported this backward nation for far too long!

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    Wait for the bleeding heart brigade....
    Any minute now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen
    It warns that such acts could be dangerous at sea.
    ^ Nope, no bleeding heart here, if Indonesia is so concerned about these losers then the Indonesian Government should take steps to assure they do not put to sea.

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    I see the bit about engine trouble and the boat started to sink....... As soon as they were in OZ waters they pulled the plug, you cant send us back now we are sinking.

    But the OZ navy are awake to that one they put the plug back in and sent them on their way.

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    I liked it when they used to rock into Australia on their boats and use their mobile phones to call the Coast guard to come and get them.

    The labor Government let this bull shit go on for years.

    Hence I will never vote labor ever again .

    It took the Libs to sort the shit out.
    Stroller is a Yerman faggot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    I liked it when they used to rock into Australia on their boats and use their mobile phones to call the Coast guard to come and get them.

    The labor Government let this bull shit go on for years.
    Have you got a link to that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    I liked it when they used to rock into Australia on their boats and use their mobile phones to call the Coast guard to come and get them.

    The labor Government let this bull shit go on for years.
    Have you got a link to that ?
    This may help you CJ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Solution There are quite a few Fair dinkum Aussies in my area who said the that Little Johnny Howards idea of sending the boat's back was quite successful but much of the idea got the cosh from Kevin Rudd's labor party
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    When these Boat people rocked up with mobile phones, gold, cash and decent clothes they were really taking the piss trying to pass them selves off as refugees.

    They paid their money to corrupt Indonesian officials for free passage and then paid again for the Boat ride to AUD.

    All filmed by under cover reporters and shown on TV.

    Only a fookin retard could suggest these scum were in fact genuine refugees.

    God bless the Australian liberal Party for fuking them off.

    I was a life long labor voter by the way.

    Not now thou, fuk Em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by terry57
    I liked it when they used to rock into Australia on their boats and use their mobile phones to call the Coast guard to come and get them.

    The labor Government let this bull shit go on for years.
    Have you got a link to that ?
    Geezus, you seem to be link happy. Take Terry's word for it since he lived there all his life. Some things said do not need a link, so get a clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickschoppers
    Take Terry's word for it

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    Presumably the Bangladeshi men didn't claim asylum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Presumably the Bangladeshi men didn't claim asylum.
    There is no presumably about it if you read and digest post #1 and all the other members post's too ,a wee bit slow on the uptake I would suggest old boy
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    Wonder what was thought of the original boat people coming ashore...??

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    There was no one there to think when the Abo's came ashore. Unless you believe they were always there as if by magic!

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    Australia was mostly a land empty of people when the first settlers arrived, it wasn't an invasion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaimeme View Post
    Wonder what was thought of the original boat people coming ashore...??
    Some say the megafauna didn't like them...

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