Kevin Andrews: Untamed and Unashamed

Crikey! The Wicked Witch from Ipswich, Pauline Hanson, reckons Kevin Andrews may be on to something with his new immigration policy. Needless to say, so does Another Liberal Party (Labor backs African ban, Herald Sun, October 4, 2007). But what’s it all about, anyway? I asked Andrews, and in an exclusive to slackbastard, here’s what he had to say:

Stop future immigration of Africans to Australia.

Uneducated, violence-prone Africans are called a minority group within the African diaspora. That is not the case as Africans believe that it is their cultural right to solve problems through violence.
I am far from being alone in this belief. It is not a racist or political statement but a statement of cultural difference, and is a fact and fanatical!
Take an inter-departmental committee made up of very senior people from a range of Federal Government departments, some with law degrees, spending time looking at this over a period of time, or when I go out and talk to various groups getting feedback about this all the time. So, there’s a range of evidence in relation to the matter, I don’t think anybody really denies that this is a challenge. It’s really a matter of how we respond to that challenge and putting our head in the sand and pretending it’s not there is not going to help the people concerned and it’s not going to help Australia.
We have already experienced fanatical unemployment and violence by Africans in Australia. It must be stopped!
Australians do not want fanatical and cultural ideals forced on them!

So there you have it. Kevin Andrews: untamed and unashamed.

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15 Responses to Kevin Andrews: Untamed and Unashamed

  1. Kevin Andrews is a racist fag. All Liberals are racist fags. Even Pauline Hanson ran as a Liberal candidate.

    Oh yes, I have returned from my holidays from North Queensland. And now for the battle of slackbastard.

  2. Ha not fare. I haven’t even started. The thing is I don’t know where to start.

  3. Adam says:

    nah he wins, you used the word fag to decry the intolerant, andy wins by default, Woo hoo! Default: the two sweetest words in the English language… de fault, de fault, de fault

  4. I didn’t call the anarchist a fag.

  5. Luke says:

    If this is true, @ndy, then I’m fucking ashamed of my country right now… when are we gonna ‘wake up and give these cunts a shake up’.

  6. Luke be carful of what you say. ASIO or the police forces around the country could be reading this blog. I have heaps of feelings that Andy is a under cover police officier.

  7. @ndy says:

    And I would have gotten away with it, if it wasn’t for you meddling Stalinist kids!

  8. Well Luke, if you’re that ashamed, why don’t you go to a country where you can feel less ashamed, like Cuba?

  9. @ndy says:

    Yes indeed!

    Epic colonial architecture, libidinous young salsa dancers, Che Guevara murals, white-powder sandy beaches, swaying fields of sugar cane – the images of Cuba are as transfixing as they are timeless. This is an island of unique historical heritage floating amid a sea of encroaching globalisation.

    Travel in Cuba can involve anything from sipping mojittos at an all-inclusive resort in Varadero to scraping the spit and sawdust off your shoes outside the Casa de las Tradiciones in Santiago. The burgeoning tourist sector rubs up against the Cuba of communist myth.

    When To Go

    The best time to go to Cuba is between December and April, after the lashing rains of the hurricane season and before the hot and sticky discomfort of the scorching summer months. However this is also when planeloads of Canadians and Europeans arrive in pursuit of the southern sun, and room prices soar by up to 20%. Cubans take their holidays in July and August, so local beaches are very crowded at this time. Christmas, Easter and the period around 26 July, when Cubans celebrate the anniversary of the revolution, are also very busy. August to November is the worst time for hurricanes, while the winter months can bring in cold fronts when temperatures in the north and west of the island can dip under 15ºC (60°F).

    Weather aside, Cuba has few other hurdles for visitors. Culture vultures should keep a close eye on the annual arts calendar for festivals and events; baseball fans will certainly not want to miss the post season, which runs from April to May; and political junkies may want to catch important days in the socialist calendar, particularly Día de los Trabajadores (Labor day; May 1) and Day of the National Rebellion (July 26).

  10. There is a show about comrade Che on SBS tomorrow. But I think Andy and his Anti Normal People’s alliance will conspire to cause apowre black out. Ha Andy wheres your pet dog Darp?

  11. Darrin Hodges says:

    Che was little more than a murderous thug and Marxist filthbag:

    “I fired a .32-calibre bullet into the right hemisphere of his brain, which came out through his left temple,” was Guevara’s clinical description of the killing. “He moaned for a few moments, then died.”

    “I carried out a very summary inquiry and then the peasant Aristidio was executed,” he wrote about another killing. “It is not possible to tolerate even the suspicion of treason.”

  12. @ndy says:

    Not true.

    On October 7, 1959, Che became the director of the Industrialization program of the National Agrarian Reform Institute. In late November 1959, Che became the head of the National Bank of Cuba. In late February, 1961, the Industrial Department (the INRA) became the Ministry of Industry, and Guevara was appointed its Minister. In late 1964, Che resigned all his offices, renounced his citizenship of Cuba and gave away all his property. Three years later, he became a corpse and a politico-religious icon.

  13. Darrin Hodges says:

    Che was as stupid as he was vain:

    “The great revolutionary had a chance to put into practice his economic vision–his idea of social justice–as head of the National Bank of Cuba and of the Department of Industry of the National Institute of Agrarian Reform at the end of 1959, and, starting in early 1961, as minister of industry. The period in which Guevara was in charge of most of the Cuban economy saw the near-collapse of sugar production, the failure of industrialization, and the introduction of rationing–all this in what had been one of Latin America’s four most economically successful countries since before the Batista dictatorship.

    His stint as head of the National Bank, during which he printed bills signed “Che,” has been summarized by his deputy, Ernesto Betancourt: “[He] was ignorant of the most elementary economic principles.” Guevara’s powers of perception regarding the world economy were famously expressed in 1961, at a hemispheric conference in Uruguay, where he predicted a 10 percent rate of growth for Cuba “without the slightest fear,” and, by 1980, a per capita income greater than that of “the U.S. today.” In fact, by 1997, the thirtieth anniversary of his death, Cubans were dieting on a ration of five pounds of rice and one pound of beans per month; four ounces of meat twice a year; four ounces of soybean paste per week; and four eggs per month.”
    [ Alvaro Vargas Llosa From ‘The New Republic’, 7/11/2005 ]

    Che made the same error as Mussolini with the attempted introduction of heavy industry – [neither] Cuba nor Italy had the natural resources required to support heavy industry.

  14. That fucking programme incorrectly claimed that the Soviet Union was not giving aid to developing countries and its allies. The USSR was selling its ammunition at a cut down prices and was bying things from developing countries like Cuba at inflated prices. The USSR also sold petrol and other things to developing countries like Cuba at cut down prices.

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