Will Hanson-Young Be Left Alone, Like ‘Woman Wailing For Her Demon Lover?’

Labor may keep the practice of turning asylum boats around if it wins office at the next election, signalling what could be a major policy backflip….


I doubt Labor in Oz have undegone any true change of heart on bludger boats, although to be fair, their former Foreign Minister did speak up, warning his party a while ago. 

  • Senator Carr famously identified Australia’s enemies within during the election campaign.
  • “If you want to embrace the Greens-Left-FairfaxABC position, you are going to go backwards at the next election,” he said, according to Labor sources quoted by The West Australian.

The pro-bludger element is rampant these days, embarrassing more prudent pollies.

However, politicians anywhere usually want to win elections, and Labor bosses are astute enough to grasp the obvious truth that Australians strongly, and by a large majority, approve all steps taken to safeguard their country from crimmigrant incursions.




…Labor’s immigration spokesman, Richard Marles, admitted that the policy had reduced the number of boat arrivals. “It has had an impact…” Marles also admitted Labor “might” keep the controversial policy, but only if it had the support of the Indonesian government.

Seriously? Are Labor really demanding that Jakarta be given veto-power over Canberra defence policies?

We’ll see.

But if Mr. Marles takes his party towards common-sense and against the illegal influx, would that leave the unspeakable Sarah Hanson-Young as the solitary champion of undesirable aliens?

Last Green Gargoyle Standing?

Puts me in mind of a line from that famous poem by one of my fave old poets, Coleridge, who painted a vibrant verbal picture of a demented female, in desolate solitude…



….‘like woman wailing for her demon lover.’

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And that woman sure loves to wail!