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  • ross1948 13:14 on October 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    It’s Hastings Day – Talking Points On An English Beach 


    It was on 14th October 1066 that a large number of men of military age crossed the Channel in fairly small boats, to disembark on an English beach.

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    Deja vu?

    At least Duke William and his Norman soldiery were absolutely open about their intent to disdain the people of the country they landed in, and bend them to their will.

    The native population were equally forthright.

    It was a healthier age.

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    Uninvited intruders were not welcome and should be driven back to whence they came, with whatever level of physical force that might be required.

    I’m just musing on what might have befallen any of King Alfred’s counsellors who told his thanes on the eve of battle that the Normans were ‘just like you and me.’

    Priti’s Girl Exalts Crimmigrants : ‘Just Like You And Me!’ 

    Or any Anglo-Saxon lawyers who demanded payment from the royal treasury to prepare and present arguments as to why it would be a much better course of action to welcome William’s men-at-arms…

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    ….feed them with dishes to which they felt accustomed –  and entitled – and provide them with suitable accommodation, also paid for by levies imposed on the native population…

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    ….and telling them they were free to come and go as they pleased, in England’s then much greener and more pleasant land.

    Would any such Anglo-Saxon attorneys pleading the invaders’ case have felt perhaps threatened?

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    Legal Aid abuse investigation –  c.11th Century

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    What would have become of them?

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    PS – It’s only fair to remind ourselves that the brave defenders lost their battle.

    Yet at least they went down fighting!

     
    • Jim Ex Jakarta 16:22 on October 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I liked this.
      It does put it all into a historical perspective.
      A good little read over afternoon coffee – – or tea, if you’re English!

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    • Fiona F 18:51 on October 14, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      At least they went down fighting.
      That sums up the differences between those days and these days.
      The rotten media and sell-out politicians and the PC police make it hard to fight back but it’s still our duty.

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  • ross1948 23:33 on August 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'asylum' papua, , , Australiancourts, greedy lawyers   

    Good Oz Court Win, But Who Pays For Whiners? 


    Good to read a week or so ago that Australia’s highest court ruled on Thursday that the country’s policy of sending asylum seekers who try to reach its shores by boat to migrant camps in Papua New Guinea is valid…

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    Better calibre of judges in Oz than the USA, it seems.

    Normal Aussies will be pleased that there’s no judicial pressure on their government to abandon its promise to keep undesirable aliens from landing on Australia’s sunny shores…

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    Hizbut Ban -Will Jokowi Put Canberra To Shame? 

    Hey, Aussies! Be ‘Sensitive’ to Migrant Savages! 

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    …though there are still a lot prowling about there who could do with prompt deportation!

    But a question arises in my mind, from previous experience with lawyers, not in Oz or here in Indonesia, but back in The Old Country, where even getting a lawyer to write a little letter cost a pretty penny.

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    Hasil gambar untuk australian dollars

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    So how much does it cost to take a case through all the levels of Australian justice to the highest court in the land?

    Plainly, few if any of the ‘poor, desperate’ ( desperate to leech on Oz tax-payers!) asylumers have the readies to lash out for high-powered leftist lawyers. And do many of those well-known ‘human rights’ defenders HONESTLY work for nothing?

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    So is it a big dip in the warm waters of the public purse as they battle for their bludger clients, and then they make the tax-payer pay more if they win?

    NOW…how about if they lose? Losers pick up the tab, presumably?

    How does that work? The thwarted alien wannabe has no cash, so do their pin-striped pinko defenders…

    …have to pay the bill, for all the time and effort and expense put in by the government in defeating the challenge to Australia’s safety?

    I truly don’t know

     
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