What Tony Abbott thinks of babies

Written By: - Date published: 5:00 pm, May 5th, 2015 - 10 comments
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Abbott on babies

10 comments on “What Tony Abbott thinks of babies”

  1. Sable 1

    Abbott’s a misfit who the MSM played up to the max, now the little tool is PM. May sound a little familiar….

  2. One Anonymous Bloke 2

    Abbott is Australia’s Key.

  3. adam 3

    The real problem with this economic system we now have, is sociopaths have attained positions of power.

    Abbott is but one, of many.

  4. tc 4

    Sad that the treatment Abbotts dishing out to refugees and aboriginal communities is being swept under the carpet over here in Oz.

    The number of folk who think NZ must be awesome because of exchange rate parity is quite telling also.

    • Murray Rawshark 4.1

      Some of us in Oz are active against the inhumane refugee policies.

      http://www.facebook.com/racqld?fref=ts

      http://rac-qld.org/

      I do what I am physically able to do.

      Some in Aotearoa share FJK’s view that the Kiwi Navy should be helping the Aussies terrorise desperate refugees, and maybe even help them run the concentration camps. Aotearoa is seriously deficient when it comes to the refugee issue, except that we help create them with our troop deployments. Both of us have a real ability to act like little colonial shit holes at times, irrespective of which regime is in power.

      • tc 4.1.1

        Onya Murray to think that in this day and age a developed and resource rich nation can dish out such inhumane treatment is a sad indication of where we are.

  5. The Murphey 5

    Abbott has ‘signed off’ on more infants / children being stabbed with toxic needles using the coersion of having funding and participation ‘entitlements removed’

    All for the infants / children’s well-being

    Q. Surely that counts in Abbotts favour ?

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