Though a tad late to Australia’s rule of law crisis, he’s still right

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64 Responses to Though a tad late to Australia’s rule of law crisis, he’s still right

  1. Gorilla Dance Party says:

    He’s right but he only care because now it is keeping brown people out.

    Those would be the only “Australians” living there.

  2. Shy Ted says:

    Keep going Geoff. Lockdowns, border closures, national cabinet, harmful health advice. All constitutional? How’s London?

  3. Crossie says:

    Geoffrey Robertson has not said anything worth listening to since one of his early Hypotheticals. Even then at the end of the program you had the feeling he pulled a fast one and his premise had shifty leak basis.

  4. billie says:

    didn’t realise he was still alive

  5. Crossie says:

    In fact Robertson’s only claim to fame in recent times was his divorce from Kathy Lette. Therefore he had to say something to let us know he still lives.

  6. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Things like constitutions were important until the elites got challenged, by the Chinese virus and irate ordinary people led by Trump. Then that all went out the window. Lefty judges decided to skedaddle from the defense of the law, and the elites went all fascist. And here we are.

  7. Crossie says:

    Correction: shaky legal basis, not leak basis. On the other hand, maybe it was a brain leak.

  8. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Has Lord Pomparse Robertson spoken out against the dictatorial lockdowns in the UK?

    I note that the grifters in the Australian Human Rights Commission have broken their silence and spoken up against the “India” travel ban. This same organisation has said nothing and I mean nothing for over fourteen months about the numerous human rights violations many Australians have endured, particularly Victorians.

  9. Crossie says:

    Bruce of Newcastle says:
    May 4, 2021 at 8:52 pm
    Things like constitutions were important until the elites got challenged, by the Chinese virus and irate ordinary people led by Trump. Then that all went out the window. Lefty judges decided to skedaddle from the defense of the law, and the elites went all fascist. And here we are.

    It’s really funny how all world constitutions are now living documents that choose whom to represent and if you notice it means you are racist.

  10. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Crossie says:
    May 4, 2021 at 8:51 pm
    In fact Robertson’s only claim to fame in recent times was his divorce from Kathy Lette. Therefore he had to say something to let us know he still lives.”

    Correct…plus Pomparse Robertson has been spruiking for a convicted murder, a scumbag Australian man by the name of Jock Palfreeman.

  11. MatrixTransform says:

    fucking lawyers are right on par with journalists
    being the shit on my shoe

    talked into it
    talked out of it
    legislated
    powers of what-ever
    liars
    politicians
    punishment
    fines for not using the correct covid bullshit app
    polis just doing their job

    it’s all big biz now innit?
    hot hotels
    testing
    vaccinating
    legislating
    there’s an app for that
    and reporting

    … is this the most deadliest virus evah, or not?

  12. Crossie says:

    Correct…plus Pomparse Robertson has been spruiking for a convicted murder, a scumbag Australian man by the name of Jock Palfreeman.

    Cassie, I forgot about that spoiled brat caught in Bulgaria where daddy didn’t have influence.

  13. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Cassie, I forgot about that spoiled brat caught in Bulgaria where daddy didn’t have influence.”

    Oh yes…the spoiled brat who knifed a man to death in a Bulgarian street…it wasn’t the first time the spoiled brat had attacked someone either.

    But…but…Lord Pomparse is on his case…along with a few other celebrities because they’ve decided that spoiled brat is the victim here…of course…not the dead Bulgarian man.

    Palfreeman is a sociopath…but he sprouts leftist politics so the likes of Lord Pomparse rush to his defence.

  14. Pedro the Loafer says:

    Robertson is a pompous flog who thinks Australians are boorish colonials.

    Fuck off.

  15. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Pedro the Loafer says:
    May 4, 2021 at 9:15 pm
    Robertson is a pompous flog who thinks Australians are boorish colonials.

    Fuck off.”

    Correct.

  16. Albatross says:

    Gorilla Dance Party says:
    May 4, 2021 at 8:25 pm

    He’s right but he only care because now it is keeping brown people out.

    Fuck this guy. All they do is advocate for the interests of others. All of these “liberty” shills do since the ACLU got taken over. For example:

    Liberty Victoria recognises that the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an extraordinary public health crisis. The scale and severity of this crisis has required a response that necessarily limits the human rights and liberties of all Victorians. Sensibly, the focus of the response has been focused on saving lives.

    https://libertyvictoria.org.au/content/inquiry-victorian-government%E2%80%99s-response-covid-19-pandemic

    https://www.afr.com/rear-window/how-julian-burnside-learnt-to-stop-worrying-and-love-cctv-20200908-p55tiq

    My question, however, is can we find a Based TrueCon ™ Troon who supports more Indians flying in to Australia? Because I would definitely support it then.

  17. Jock says:

    We heard crickets from this noddy when it was Dan or Anastasia closing borders. where was he?

  18. Albatross says:

    Fuck off.”

    Correct.

    Looks like other posters have put it more succinctly than I…

  19. Terry Pedersen says:

    Weeeellll, Robertson always did like to make stuff up, and from what has previously been written here Cats never did like him. But maybe you like him this time because you agree with what he’s made up about the Biosecurity Act being unconstitutional and not having been debated by Parliament. Here’s the rub, guys; he’s wrong again.

    House of Representatives

    Introduced and read a first time 27 Nov 2014
    Second reading moved 27 Nov 2014
    Second reading debate 09 Feb 2015
    Second reading agreed to 09 Feb 2015
    Third reading agreed to 09 Feb 2015
    Senate
    Introduced and read a first time 10 Feb 2015
    Second reading moved 10 Feb 2015
    Second reading debate 18 Mar 2015
    Second reading debate 11 May 2015
    Second reading agreed to 12 May 2015
    Committee of the Whole debate
    Amendment details: 8 Government agreed to 12 May 2015
    Committee of the Whole debate 13 May 2015
    Third reading agreed to 13 May 2015
    House of Representatives
    Consideration of Senate message
    Details: House agreed to Senate amendments
    14 May 2015
    Finally passed both Houses 14 May 2015
    Assent Act no: 61 Year: 2015 16 Jun 2015

  20. Louis Litt says:

    Could some one explain to me why “people “ like Robertson, Pilger , That AbC journal with glasses, scold us , really slag off the England end up in England, London in particular. The savilate with their erect salami over some English book thinking they are smart only to highlight what a pack of hicks they are – they are the ones with a chip on their shoulder and they are the ones who are plain dumb.

  21. Professor FredLenin says:

    How about the rights of ordinary Australians to be protected from the introduction of adiseasewhich has killed fellow citizens by reckless people from overseas ,returning and bringing the diseasewith them . Should peope with TB orEbola be allowed to return to spread those diseases too ?
    This has nothing to do with theoretical “rights ” it is a public health measure to protect lives .

  22. Albatross says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 4, 2021 at 10:03 pm

    You utter fucking spastic. Did he say the bill had not been passed? What does this prove you fucking legal genius?

  23. Albatross says:

    Fucking Googling copy-pasting dimwit.

  24. Terry Pedersen says:

    Candygram for AlboDross.

    “Australian citizens shouldn’t be put in prison for a crime that has not been debated in and approved by Parliament,” Mr Robertson said.

    Lots of debate in the Parliament in getting the approval of both Houses before The Biosecurity Bill 2014 was submitted for assent and became the Biosecurity Act 2015. Nothing unconstitutional or dictatorial in invoking its provisions.

  25. Albatross says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    May 4, 2021 at 10:22 pm
    Candygram for AlboDross.

    You stupid dickhead, he’s talking about delegated legislation.

  26. mizaris says:

    We’re only hearing from blather mouth because he needs the relevance … he’s apparently got a new book out next week.

  27. Albatross says:

    mizaris says:
    May 4, 2021 at 10:43 pm
    We’re only hearing from blather mouth because he needs the relevance … he’s apparently got a new book out next week.

    He’s also touring. Imagine going to one of his talks. Fucking blowhard.

  28. C.L. says:

    But maybe you like him this time because you agree with what he’s made up about the Biosecurity Act…

    Like him? You sound like a teenager.
    He didn’t say the Act wasn’t debated or enacted. He said it has been unlawfully applied. There is no “severe and immediate threat”. Additionally, the new fine and prison term were added by the Minister by regulation. They create a severely punished criminal offence that has not been approved by the people.

    Ad hominems aside, Robertson is right.

    The End.

  29. Tel says:

    This is the magic of creative interpretation … I warned you this was coming … Robertson is completely wrong, and it’s easy to explain why.

    Australian Constitution SECT 51 (xxi) consists of one word: “marriage” but what does this word mean? Well recently the Parliament decided to change it to mean something different to what it meant before … and now it means what they say it means.

    Australian Constitution SECT 51 (ix) consists of one word: “quarantine” but what does this word mean? Perhaps it means, “Stay in India ya bastards” … I suppose if the government wants it to mean that then who else would be able to decide?

    Humpy Dumpty … who is to be master? That is all.

    Not you Geoffrey Robertson, you aren’t gunna be master … someone else will be. Whoever gets to declare that a word means something different becomes master of the Constitution and indeed, master of all law.

  30. C.L. says:

    Humpy Dumpty … who is to be master?

    The Minister.

    He has added regulatory provisions to the Biosecurity Act pursuant to the Regulatory Powers Act (as explained in the former). The fines and prison terms being touted now were not approved by Parliament. In this particular case, the penalties thus created are absurdly severe criminal sanctions. Robertson’s argument is that the High Court may well decide that they exceed the Minister’s authority because they abrogate implied rights of both citizens and the Parliament itself. Given that half of the Parliament agrees with him (and a lobby group on the Treasury Benches as well), he is a bee’s dick away from being proved right – either de facto or de jure.

  31. Albatross says:

    There are two aspects here. Robertson points out that this is an outrageous object for a delegated instrument. Undoubtedly true. He also argues that it does not fall under one of the Commonwealth’s heads of power and so is unconstitutional. Eh. Maybe…

  32. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Robertson is a pompous flog who thinks Australians are boorish colonials.

    I watched Enoch “Rivers of Blood” Powell hand Robertson, his supercilious ar$e, on his own T.V. show a few years ago….

  33. C.L. says:

    Correction: Subdivision C—Miscellaneous of the Biosecurity Act (2015) does include the provision for a five year sentence for “failing to comply with a human biosecurity control order.” It references “an individual” rather than a class of persons, however.

  34. Albatross says:

    Powell was based. Old money, so not surprised you guys see eye-to-eye.

  35. Btw, re Jock Palfreyman, mentioned upthread.
    Jock is no longer in Bulgaria. He left the country about a month ago, for fear of being arrested & thrown back into the hoosegow.

    Until then, he’d spent the past year or so in the Bulgarian countryside, living & loving among the rural daisies in the Bulgarian language (apparently quite fluent now).

  36. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Powell was based (sic.)

    Powell tutored Goof Whitlam in economics, at Sydney University, in 1938. He described Whitlam as having ” a very second rate mind.”

  37. BrettW says:

    Could not travel interstate for funerals, to visit dying relatives, weddings etc. Businesees shut down. Nobody particularly concerned then but hey what about those Indians ?

    Many seem to have missed the point that the state Premiers presumably supported the travel ban during national cabinet. The Labor ones are keeping quiet and letting PM take all the flak. It was clear the number of infected from India was causing serious problems. I heard somebody say the rate of infected cases had gone up 7 X. Would you trust the state’s quarantine systems to keep their incoming Indian returnees 100% isolated based on previous outbreaks ?

    Let’s not even mention the cricketers or poor old Slater relaxing on a beach for 2 weeks whilst tweeting about the PM.

    “I note that the grifters in the Australian Human Rights Commission have broken their silence and spoken up against the “India” travel ban. This same organisation has said nothing and I mean nothing for over fourteen months about the numerous human rights violations many Australians have endured, particularly Victorians”.

  38. Rex Anger says:

    I heard somebody say the rate of infected cases had gone up 7 X. Would you trust the state’s quarantine systems to keep their incoming Indian returnees 100% isolated based on previous outbreaks ?

    I dunno, Brett.

    Of the last two purported outbreaks in Sandgroperstan involving hotel quarantinees or wardens, we had thousands of alleged contactee and only one, and then two confirmed ‘cases.’

    In the latest non-lockdown-cos-we-just-had-one-so-we’ll-be-fair-and-only-wreck-the-Western-Dervy-match, we had 3 guys confirmed and not a single follow-on case so far.

    Maybe we’ll get 4 in time for shutting down Foundation Day in June?

  39. Tom says:

    Ad hominems aside, Robertson is right.

    Agree, CL.

    I saw the pompous old fart’s interview with Tracy Grimshaw on A Current Affair last night with my golf buddy, who was all for keeping the borders shut because Kung Flu terrifies him.

    Morrison stopped flights between India and Oz only because it is wildly popular with the plebs — just like Mad Dog McClown’s snap border closures and guerilla tactics against the WA population. They love it because it makes them feel safe, the media having sold them Kung Flu as a death sentence.

  40. H B Bear says:

    Haven’t we got an Australian based wanker who can tell us this? Surely there is one on Twatter in Victoriastan. Expats should be rarely seen and never heard.

  41. H B Bear says:

    SloMo is what they call a retail politician, the Gerry Harvey of Canbra. In another life he would sell vacuum cleaners door to door.

  42. Figures says:

    How about the rights of ordinary Australians to be protected from the introduction of adiseasewhich has killed fellow citizens by reckless people from overseas ,returning and bringing the diseasewith them

    You can have the belief in contagious disease or you can have civilization.

    You can’t have both.

  43. Figures says:

    we had thousands of alleged contactee and only one, and then two confirmed ‘cases.’

    Well done Rex maybe you’re learning.

    This disease – like all others – isn’t contagious.

  44. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Morrison stopped flights between India and Oz only because it is wildly popular with the plebs — just like Mad Dog McClown’s snap border closures and guerilla tactics against the WA population. They love it because it makes them feel safe, the media having sold them Kung Flu as a death sentence.”

    Correct…..it’s pure politics and I have to say I find it somewhat amusing. Daddy Scomo is having the last laugh. This is a sure fire vote winner. Suddenly many on the left are outraged yet these same outraged people and outraged organisations said nothing for over twelve months about what many Australians have unjustly endured. And of course Labor premiers have been the worst……snap border closes and various guerilla tactics designed to isolate and humiliate their populations…just look at WA under McClown and Victoria under Sinister Dan.

    But now we have a travel ban implemented on a “brown” country and the usual hypocrites are outraged. For what it’s worth….I also believe it is somewhat excessive but I can’t help laughing at the double standards of those on the left and the usual Covid hysterics who’ve spent over a year screaming and shouting about the virus.

  45. Albatross says:

    Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:
    May 5, 2021 at 12:14 am
    Powell was based (sic.)

    Sorry Kilo. Perhaps you could translate this into “old money” you pompous twat 🙂

  46. duncanm says:

    how anyone here can argue sneakers McGowan is a flog but Scotty is on the money on this is beyond me.

  47. Snotball says:

    Idiot cricketers went to a red zone to chase money and now whinge when they can’t get home. Stiff shit!

  48. Tom says:

    They’re both flogs, Duncanm. As Humphrey says above:

    SloMo is what they call a retail politician, the Gerry Harvey of Canbra. In another life he would sell vacuum cleaners door to door.

    But it’s more than just retail politics: it’s the politics of fear. An essential component is that the news media becomes defacto state media using hysteria about Kung Flu to run the agenda of the ruling class.

    Morrison is milking it for all it’s worth. So is McClown. So did Palacechook to win last year’s Queensland state election. So did Adern in UnZud.

    Dickhead Dan will be praying for another Kung Flu outbreak this winter to let him lock down Vicco again and help him win in 2022.

    It’s the most cynical brand of politics yet invented, but they don’t care. It’s all about vacuuming up as much political power as they can and they’ll do whatever it takes, like throwing out the Constitution.

    The court cases will come later, but the immediate reward for the ruling class is power, power, power.

  49. Up The Workers! says:

    If the rabid Leftards don’t like ScoMo’s vile and allegedly illegal attempt to save Australian lives and keep Socialist Syphilis/Peking Pox/Labor Leprosy out of Australia, maybe the country should go totally down the Leftard path.

    First, appoint Labor’s Chris Buffoon to his old job under Krudd/Gillard/Krudd Regurgitated, as “Minister for Leaky Boats, Porous Boarders, Undocumented International Centrelink-Seekers, Aspiring Labor Voters, Timor Sea Swimming Lessons and People-Smuggler Franchising”.

    Then send a fleet of leaky Labor boats over to India or wherever to scoop up the whole 20 million (nearly as many as our whole population) undocumented Covid-positive people they have there.

    Appoint former Obergruppenfuhrer of the Human Wrongs Commission, Gillian Triggs and her creature, Souppossumstains to Captain the fleet and hire both Geoffrey Robertson and the oversized plum in his gob to act as on-board fleet Legal Beagle and expert on all matters.

    When the fleet eventually heads back in our direction, their typical Labor Party lack of seaworthiness we will have solved 20 million problems for Prime Minister Modi; removed from the minds of Triggs and Souppossumstains the vexing problem of how to prevent Australian families from daring to have non-Leftard/non-authorised conversations across their meal tables; removed many of the world’s unseaworthy fleet of leaky Labor Party refugee-boats, and any survivors who do show up on our shores, we can comfortably bunk in at Deadly Dan and Alwaysleazy’s houses and thereby cure another couple of problems.

    Easy peasey!

  50. Tel says:

    It’s the most cynical brand of politics yet invented, but they don’t care.

    If Australians didn’t like it, they could always stop voting for it … even just putting a minor party at the top of the ballot ensures that minor party gets a boost next year. If you put all minors first and then the two major last then you send a message.

    Fundamentally, so many Australians keep voting [1] for the Lib/Lab parties which means they presumably must be happy with what they get.

  51. egg_ says:

    It’s the most cynical brand of politics yet invented, but they don’t care. It’s all about vacuuming up as much political power as they can and they’ll do whatever it takes, like throwing out the Constitution.

    The scum floating on the sewage pond.

  52. egg_ says:

    Fundamentally, so many Australians keep voting [1] for the Lib/Lab parties which means they presumably must be happy with what they get.

    Like shopping at Colesworths, proven mediocrity.

  53. Bad Samaritan says:

    FFS. Robbo the smartarsed Yobbo is still the dick he always was, as has been pointed out many times here already. Meanwhile, I couldn’t give a toss about those Permanent Resident Indians, or Aussie Indians now in India. They are not stranded.

    They are at home. They are staying with relatives, and with their mates. If they feel like it they are also working, or going on holidays. Maybe they were at IPL matches. They are mostly having a Well Earned Extended Break, and nothing else. WTF?

    Decades ago I was a resident of Croatia (I am not of Croatian descent) and came back to Oz for my grand-dads funeral . Then the UN imposed a ban on JAT Airlines due to the civil war in Yugoslavia and I was stranded? Stranded at my parents’ place? Stranded in a resort on the Gold Coast? Stranded hiking in the Snowy Mts with my Mrs? Stranded on a road trip in the Barossa and Clare Valleys, evem. Geez it was a crime against humanity I tell’s ya!

    Those Indians can stay where they are and stop whinging. Robertson should be sent to stay with them.

  54. Spurgeon Monkfish III says:

    Someone pointed out on another thread that there are many tens of thousands of “Australians” also “stranded” OS in a multitude of other countries.

    I have zero sympathy for any of them, especially those useless whining welfare hoovering Injun knobheads with Australian passports demanding to be allowed into this stupid, stupid country.

    Whether the travel ban on Injuns is constitutional or not is utterly irrelevant, as far as I’m concerned. I don’t hear Robert Jefferson, Queers Counsel, bleating about the fact that I still can’t travel overseas, along with the vast bulk of the population (there are exceptions of course, see the whining “Australians” in Inja). Where’s the frigging UNHRC and all the other obnoxious hypocrites pointing out we have the same policy on citizens travelling OS as North Korea and Cuba?

    While these useless incompetent state governments are utterly incapable of running a hotel quarantine program with out completely stuffing it up and allowing bat flu back into da communidy, resulting in yet more persecution of those of us residing here, I fully support the ban on people overseas “returning” here.

    The other absurdity is that these hopelessly administered quarantine programs are run out of hotels located smack bang in the middle of our largest cities. WTF?

    If people have to be allowed back in then put them in quarantine out in the middle of f*cking nowhere, so there’s zero risk of “outbreaks” in major cities and all the subsequent hysterical fascist over reactions, including schlockdowns, face nappie mandates, border closures, etc.

    My views on “Australian” returnees have nothing to do with my views on the dangers of bat flu (which I have always regarded as ridiculously over hyped) and everything to do with the stupidity, dishonesty, staggering incompetence and unrelenting fascist idiocy of the politico/bureaucrat/j’ismist class.

    Any action taken that prevents those irredeemable fascist imbeciles exercising their inevitable tendency to collectively punish those of us who never left this stupid, stupid country in the first f*cking place can only be a good thing.

    So f*ck off, Robertson, you preposterous waffling windbag. Go and stick your head back up your arse.

  55. Terry Pedersen says:

    You sound like a teenager.

    Ah, the Puberty Blues gambit. Never read the book.

    Ad hominems aside, I see you have made a couple of corrections.

    Robertson was wrong. He still is.

  56. Roger says:

    Whatever the merits of the government’s decision, I very much doubt that Robertson is right, C.L.

    A sovereign country is entitled to close its borders during a pandemic or similar emergency, even under international law.

    Robertson is just playing politics.

  57. candy says:

    Scott Morrison was trying the tough closed borders act and punishment for not wearing a mask so successful with the premiers.

    But that’s not the same at all as keeping citizens actually of the country with no plan for evacuation or expanding quarantine, rather than just out of a bordering State here. Consequences far different.

    It is because of their Indian ethnicity that not many people care much. I have no doubt of that. They are simply not perceived as true citizens even by the Government and the opposition, so very afraid are all of the virus. It may be quite a watershed moment.

  58. Lee says:

    I note that the grifters in the Australian Human Rights Commission have broken their silence and spoken up against the “India” travel ban. This same organisation has said nothing and I mean nothing for over fourteen months about the numerous human rights violations many Australians have endured, particularly Victorians.

    So-called “human rights” and “civil liberties” bodies here and overseas have been thoroughly infiltrated by Marxists and other leftists.
    They don’t know the meaning of the words “principle” and “objectivity.”

  59. Mullumhillbilly says:

    If you have a precedent that all Australians can come home anytime automatically, then all those who went to *ahem* make sammitches for the jee hardees will be in the next plane.

  60. Kneel says:

    “…have nothing to do with my views on the dangers of bat flu (which I have always regarded as ridiculously over hyped) and everything to do with the stupidity, dishonesty, staggering incompetence and unrelenting fascist idiocy of the politico/bureaucrat/j’ismist class.”

    It is the latter that causes the biggest issues – the so called “journalists”.

    For instance, in the US, >50% of Dem voters think the chances of being hospitalised if you get Kung Flu is 50% or more – the real number is (depending on your age) 1-5%.
    Yet of “right-wing extremists” (conservatives), about 40% get the number correct.
    For the left, this is not a small error – it’s wrong by an order of magnitude!
    And the numbers align with “MSM” vs “Alternative” for news sources, so you know where it is coming from.

    And it is done deliberately, this hype – “click-bait” to make them money. Politicians jump on it and make it worse – so they can “save” you and “win” your vote. Bureaucrats assist because more regulation means more power, means more drones, means bigger budgets, means they take home more cash – for the extra “responsibility”, you understand.

    No idea how to fix that, alas. Other than the obvious “heads on poles” (literally), which seems a bit over the top at this stage – revolutions almost never end well.

    As to those stuck overseas – I say, let them back in and quarantine the lot of them in a facility in the middle of a desert, where the nearest road is 100km down the track. Each person (or family) separated by at least 4m of open air at all times. Air-con that doesn’t get set temp below 30. Minimum of 4 hours a day outdoors. Plenty of water and very basic food. No phones, no radio, no TV, no internet – good old fashioned snail-mail only, and that is heavily disinfected (high intensity UV and “dry cleaning”). Get tested every day, after 4 weeks of negative tests, you get to go home. You might prefer to stay OS, but hey, you can come back if you want to…

  61. twostix says:

    They are simply not perceived as true citizens

    They left Australia and went back to India when real, actual, australians are banned from leaving Australia.

    So no, not true citizens. Citizens of the World, aka economic mercenaries making maximal use of their superior status.

  62. twostix says:

    If it’s not illegal for the government to place entire populations under house arrest for months at a time whenever they feel like it, then it’s hardly illegal for the government to tell Indians in India to stay in India and not come back for a minute.

    I mean, the moment for taking this ideological battle on was in March last year when Australians (real ones) were being held at gun point by the government on our properties, in our suburbs, in our own towns and states.

    This isn’t a case of better late than never, it’s just another case of laying the boot in to us by elite dickheads again.

  63. Lee says:

    Lefties are suddenly invoking the constitution after “couldn’t care less about it” for over a year.

  64. Old Lefty says:

    The same Robertson who wanted the British police to arrest the pope in 2010 but have a gushing tribute to his departed bestie Richard Neville.

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