TEN REASONS WHY WIDODO WANTED TO KILL THE BOYS
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
1. Scott Morrison had forced the Indonesian Government to, in effect, give millions to the military out of its own pocket. The Indonesian Government was powerless to stop the boats and was cleverly bypassed in settling the boats issue by Morrison dealing directly and solely with the military.
The amount (millions in bribe money) the military were paid to stop the boats and allow the turnbacks was subtracted from the annual aid budget thereby depriving the Government of massive funds that, in their minds, rightfully belonged to them.
The Government copped a double whammy by then having to bear the cost of supporting the illegal immigrants on its own soil. It couldn’t publicly complain but it silently seethed in anger at Australia's interference.
2. Both boys and their legal teams would have been witnesses in the upcoming judicial bribery inquiry.
3. Eighty per cent of Indonesians wanted the killing of the Australians to go ahead.
4. Australia cancelled all live meat exports to Indonesia without notice.
5. Australia bugged the phone of the former President’s wife.
6. The boys (at least one of them) made the mistake of converting to Christianity.
7. Islam by Koranic law must be seen as superior to any other faith and the execution of heretics is very much a part of that imposed Islamic dominance as decreed in the Koran.
8. All Indonesian Muslims hate Australians.
9. There was wild public indignation that we dared suggest our assistance in the Aceh disaster should be taken into account. Aceh is the Sumatran birthplace of Asian Islam.
10. Indonesia has murdered many Australians before with complete impunity.
Indonesia will pay a high international price for this macabre, caveman form of State sanctioned killing of foreigners. Australians will still flock to Bali but the effects of these executions will be felt in the heart of Jakarta and will extend beyond merely recalling Australia’s Ambassador.
Widodo has proved the niceties of diplomatic exchanges are dead and buried.
Australia has nothing to fear from Indonesia except loss of trade, but they have shown that mutual trade is as equally important to them by quickly renewing live cattle imports.
The Abbott Government still doesn’t understand that the Islamic psyche involves a show of dominance over all non Muslim States. That perceived dominance is unwarranted.
Australia must now finally make a stand against this corrupt, third world neighbour and its belief in a supremacy gifted from Allah.
A good place to start is the genocide we are currently turning a blind eye to in West Papua.