Any would be terrorists would end up at a pub near the beach, pissed to the eyeballs
watching the footy and arguing over the recent ashes loss to the poms.And im sure
they would hide in the dunnies when it came their shout.
I agree with you and have been having the same debate on another website with a deluded aussie who wants all the muslims out of our country. The thing
is, the Sudanese are not just invading our country, they are acting as if they are still in a 3rd world country, robbing people in gangs, even people
with children who have just come out of a football match...
How did people like that get into the country in the first place?? It really does my nut in that our government can be so stupid. A mate works in the
juvenile corrections in Bendigo and told me a story about one of these 5 finger discounters...
The kid came over from Sudan, walked into a skateboard shop and proceeded to throw it under his shirt and walk out the door... until the security at
the door went off obviously... They dont know the law and walking into a shop, doing something like that must be a natural thing to them, because any
person who knew what a security system was, would not even try doing that once.
And to think those people are beginning to head to my country town is scary. Have not seen many here yet, but my trip to Bendigo a couple of weeks ago
shown me that they will be here soon.
COUNTER-terrorism police are on the hunt for 400kg of the same type of explosive material used to kill 92 Australians in the two Bali bombings.
The explosive grade ammonium nitrate was stolen from a freight train as it stopped to let another train pass at Glendale, near Newcastle in NSW.
The Daily Telegraph has learned NSW counter-terrorism police suspect a highly organised group used a crow bar to break specialist stainless steel
seals on the carriage.
The granular substance – it looks like grey gravel – was en-route to Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, where it was to be used by miners to blow
Ammonium nitrate was the main ingredient used by the Bali bombers in both the 2002 and 2005 attacks, which left 225 people dead, including 92
NSW counter-terrorism police yesterday confirmed they were investigating the October 6 theft but declined to elaborate.
Who ever did this job knew exactly what they were going after, what sort of locks/containers they will have to get in to, where the train will stop
etc etc etc....this may have been some sort of "inside job".....it may not be, but you wouldnt target this particular train if you did not know what
There haven't been any explosive attacks in Australia since this has happened......
so the question remains.....WHO took the explosives....and for WHAT purpose......?
I hope we do not find out....very convenient for a False Flag scenario, or to divert attention from Julia Gillard extremely low popularity at the
moment......but who will she blame?
Terrorism exist world-wide. There are known terrorist groups in Australia such as al-Shabaab which is an Somalia based group. Within the past decade
there has been several attempted terrorist attacks.Not all attempts make the evening news, but with a little research you can see that there are
reasons for Australia's limited participation in the war in the middle-east.
Originally posted by muSSang
What are you talking about we have had acts of terrorism in Australia.
Sydney Hilton bombing
On 13 February 1978, a bomb exploded outside the Hilton Hotel in Sydney, which was hosting the first Commonwealth Heads of Government Regional
Meeting. Two garbage collectors and a police officer were killed and eleven others were injured. The perpertators are unknown but there is evidence
that the bomb may have been placed by ASIO and Police Special Branch. (If so, it was not meant to explode, but rather be found by the bomb squad that
happened to be waiting nearby.)
As a result of the bombing, ASIO's powers and budget were greatly expanded. It was also a motivation for the formation of the Australian Federal
Evidence of ASIO doing it hmmmmmmmm
edit on 10-9-2011 by muSSang because: (no reason given)
The Hilton Bomber accidentally killed a friend. Police said "We've got your fingerprints on the object that caused his death. Do you want to go to
prison or work for us?" He made the wrong choice. After seven years of spying on Yoga classes etc, yes I did say Yoga classes, and committing arson
etc to incriminate innocent groups he was chosen for the big one. Of course it all went horribly wrong as these things always do. The stupid traitors
who are reading this should know their lives will be reduced to miserable tatters. This is the natural way.
The bomb was made by assets within an Australian government agency. It was placed in the litter bin and watched over by special branch and ASIO. Bomb
squad and media were lined up ready to broadcast the safe disposal of the bomb that had been 'discovered' by lying traitor scum. Of course you know
what happened next. Premature detonation, possibly caused by the compactor, possibly detonated by remote when the traitors realised the carefully set
up atrocity was going to be wasted because the garbage men were twenty minutes early.
Terry Griffiths knows it was an inside job. He's the policeman who was terribly injured by this event.
There was an experimental military takeover of Bowral. This was to gauge the average Australian reaction to a sudden, unannounced military
The prime minister ran to the bomb site in his dressing gown. He gets my vote.
It's important to realise this atrocity was arranged by corrupt filth within several organisations. The politicians staying in the Hilton were the
targets. The purpose was to scare them into passing legislation profitable to the military industrial complex in general. "The usual reason" as a
South African ex-special forces guy said when I told him the story. On a sideline he also said three times in one conversation, "I've heard some
very strange stories from my friends, expect more 'accidents' like the Macondo blowout."
False Flags are often blamed on government. Apart from some obvious exceptions I say governments are the patsies.
If the thousands of flies don't do them in, then there are the thousands of mosquitoes, - the toads, - the heat, - the rain, - the kangaroos which we
have trained to defend Australia for us - the miles and miles of land with nothing there. And, if all that wasn't enough then there are us -
the Aussies. When the going gets rough - we band together.
United we stand - Divided we fall. Aussie - Aussie - Aussie.
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