Monday, April 12, 2010
Australian New Nation Boat Report 2010
Another asylum seekers (invader) boat intercepted
A boat with 30 suspected asylum seekers (invaders) and four crew has been intercepted near Ashmore Reef off the West Australian coast.
HMAS Maitland, under the control of Border Protection Command, intercepted the boat at about 2.55pm (AEST) on Sunday, a statement from Home Affairs Minister Brendan O'Connor says.
The so-called irregular entry vessel was detected northwest of West Island in the Ashmore group. (Irregular entry my farking arse, it is a boat invading our shores and should be dealt with accordingly by the RAN - sink first ask questions later.)
It's the 42nd boat intercepted in Australian waters this year, and the fourth since the government announced the temporary suspension of processing asylum seekers (invaders) from Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.
Earlier on Sunday, a boat was intercepted by a Customs vessel northwest of Browse Island, also off the West Australian coast.
That vessel was carrying 25 passengers (invaders) and two crew.
Two other boats were stopped - on Friday evening and Saturday afternoon - both near Ashmore Reef, carrying a combined 44 asylum seekers (invaders with six smugglers).
The latest group, whose nationality is unknown, will be transferred to Christmas Island where they will undergo security, identity and health checks.
The government has suspended for six months the processing of claims of asylum seekers (invaders) from Afghanistan, and for four months for those from Sri Lanka. (That will not stop them coming as it is only an 'erection' stun. We all know that once Chairman KRudd is re-elected which will happen since the Australian people ARE that stupid the red carpet will once again be unrolled.)
So, at the end of today Sunday the 11th of April there have been 42 boats carrying 1,974 invaders and 109 smugglers that have illegally entered Australian waters in the 101 days of 2010.