My fellow Canberrans:
They will stop at nothing to come here, trampling on press freedom, discrediting human rights organisations, capitalising on voters’ xenophobic fears, commissioning propaganda, bleating three word slogans and even kissing unwilling babies.(just think of it, strange people slobbering all over your child, yuk!)
Who knows how far they’re prepared to go? As I understand it, some of them are more than willing to throw all their principles overboard for the sake of success.
These scheming “pollies” covet our superior way of life – our roundabouts, inland sea and colourful science museums not ot mention taxpayer-funded parliamentary pensions – and they employ nefarious tactics to gain passage to our shores.
Furthermore, once here, blessed with all the opportunities that the great city of Canberra affords them, they continue with their wicked ways to ensure their TEPs (temporary electoral periods) are renewed. They blatantly ignore the fact that there are innocent people setting themselves on fire in desperation because of their policies.
Any person running for federal public office who advocates for the cruel and unnecessary status quo will NOT, I REPEAT NOT be resettled in Canberra. They will NEVER be resettled in Canberra. No way. Nope, nope, nope.
Now you may question our resolve, you just try it, go on try it. All our ports are closed to you, you will be turned back. If necessary, some may have to be detained without charge in political limbo until they can be successfully resettled in another, lesser city, such as Newcastle or Devonport, where they can try to assimilate and begin new lives as business consultants or second-hand car dealers.
Yes, it is a harsh policy, there’s no doubt about that. But as a strong leader and a devout Christian man, I know this is what must be done.
We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches of Lake Burley Griffin, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.
Jesus knew there was a place for everything and it’s not necessarily everyone’s place to come to Canberra.