Keeping our Australian Borders Secure

Generations of Australians have sacrificed their lives to maintain our national independence and keep our borders secure. Starting with the Boer War in South Africa at the end of the nineteenth century, then WW1 and WW2, conflicts in Borneo, the Korean and Vietnamese Wars, and more recently in Iraq and Afghanistan, our proud soldiers have fought for our freedoms. Keeping our Australian borders secure has never been more important than it is today. We exist in a violent sea of Islamic terrorist acts in New York, Bali and France – just to name a few.

Keeping our Australian Borders Secure

Securing the frontier has never been more relevant or challenging. We do not know where the next attack upon our Australian way of life will come from. Will it be in our sacred Martin Place in Sydney, where that crazed Islamic gunman slaughtered innocent people? Or, will it come, once again on the shores of our favourite SE Asian holiday destinations, as it did in Bali – killing hundreds. We must be ever vigilant about our border security, with such a vast coastline to protect. Supposed boat people refugees, may in fact be terrorist agents, wishing to enter our country illegally.

Bleeding heart liberals, who have never fought for their country, may wish us to squander our safety and security by believing every hard luck tale, but we must stand firm in the face of danger. As the great PM John Howard once said, “we will decide who comes to this country.” We need to lock up our properties, businesses and institutions against the threat of terrorism. Our police forces need to aggressively monitor and control the flow of migration to this country. They also need to do the same to visitors to our great nation. All these foreign students pouring into our island continent are potential dangers to our way of life.

Donald Trump, the next President of the United States of America, has the right idea, I reckon, build big bloody walls and keep the reffos out. Australia does not need all these foreigners from Arabic and Asian countries, we can manage well enough on our own. The White Australia Policy should be brought back to minimise the influx of unwanted migrants from places full of Islamic terrorists. The situation has gone beyond being tolerant, it calls for action to be taken. Real Australians should stand together against this scourge we now face.