Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Australian New Nation Boat Report 2010. Boat number 77 for 2010.

Here's boat number 77 for 2010 -

Boat with 37 passengers (invaders) intercepted


A FAMILY of suspected asylum seekers
(invaders) are in a Darwin hospital (what disease do they have and what danger does this disease pose to the community?) while 32 others were taken to Christmas Island after another boat was intercepted on Sunday night.

The suspected irregular entry vessel
(aka invader boat) was spotted 230 nautical miles west of Darwin by a Customs aircraft.

There were
37 passengers (invaders) and two crew (smugglers) on board.

A nearby commercial vessel went to the boat's aid and found it had run out of fuel.

HMAS Albany also went to the scene and a doctor on board recommended that two of the passengers
(invaders) get medical assistance.

Two people
(invaders) were taken to Darwin as a precaution, along with three family members.

The remaining passengers
(invaders) would be transferred to Christmas Island for security, identity and health checks, Home Affairs Minister Brendan O'Connor said in a statement tonight.

Their reasons for travel will also be established.
(I think that is blatantly obvious - the invasion of Australia.)

If the people
(invaders) are seeking asylum and they are Afghans, their claims will be suspended under a move announced in April.

The boat is the 77th to be intercepted off Australia's coast this year.


The total for July is 4 boats carrying 187 invaders and 11 reported smugglers. The tally so far for 2010 on the 11th of July (the 192nd day of 2010) is 77 boats carrying 3,619 invaders and 191 reported smugglers.

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