ABC Traitors

I have been medically indisposed of late occassioned by dental surgery and all its associated side effects. The surgeons "discomfort" became my "pain" and I become a grumpy version of my old self.  Whilst so incapacitated, unable to defend myself  let alone the realm, my country was attacked by an enemy within. I was beside myself with rage as the ABC took the side of the enemy and told the world our espionage secrets and defended same by saying it was "in the public interest" NO IT WASNT!! The only interest served was that of attempting to destabalize the Abbott government and their attempts to resolve the illegal boat people issue left them by the previous incompetant government .  The ABC's irrational hatred of Abbott and conservatism generally led to their huge break from protocol. I have some skin in the  Indonesian/Australian relationships where as a young soldier I was hustled off to the RAAF Language School to study Bahasa Indonesia for 12 months as part of defences answer to the problems of Bung Karno announcing he was going to attack Australia on New Years Day and, in fact, was already attacking Malaya/Malaysia over the border between Borneo and Kalimentan.  On graduation most linguists were detailed to Defence Signals Directorate (DSD), then at Albert Park Barracks (now Australian Signals Directorate and at Canberra) whilst some would be sent off with Infantry Battalions to help in the "Confrontasi" campaign. Of course, being an infantryman I was hoping to get a posting to Borneo rather than be sitting in Melbourne with headseats on listening to the Indons. Think about it, I was young, smart and fit and joined the Army for adventure, not to become a spook in a dimly lit room in a mainland city.  I wanted to travel overseas to experience other cultures and, if on learning their culture, found them to be dangerous to the Australian way of life or to our citizens whom I had sworn to defend then yes, I was prepared to take whatever measures necessary to defend my country up to and including killing them. As it happened the Vietnam War overtook events at the time and I did neither and had to quickly adapt to another Asian language although my basic premise of defending my country and its people by extreme means become much more relevant than if I had been sent to Borneo. It was a much bigger war. Few Australians are aware of the Australians involvement in the war against Indonesia.  The Indons called it Konfontasi which translates like you think it would, Politicians and the ever loving media wouldn't call it a war but my mates who were killed and wounded did. One such mate, Jack, involved in Claret Operations was wounded during an ambush of Indons moving through an Aussie ambush.  He was evacuated and confronted by the media at the airport who questioned him about his wounds and the action he was involved in.  Amongst other things he said it "was liking shooting ducks" The government were furious but maintained the fiction that the ambush happened in Malaysian territory and he got away with his politically incorrect language and went on to serve twice in Vietnam. So with that background you would understand me when I call Scott's decision to reveal these details as treason and I would suggest his days are numbered.  The hypocracy of him complaining about the leak of Journo's salaries, claiming the detail were commercial in confidence when the ABC is a public body, when considered in the light of his release of sensitive material that has damaged the country, is breathtaking . Abbott will, I imagine, play the scene quietly and in due course it will fade somewhat but next year, when the Senate make-up changes, if he doesn't do something about the anti-Australian ABC I will be both surprised and disappointed. The ALP's handling of the matter needs some work considering they caused the problem in the first place when Rudd authorised the taps on SBY and his wife.  Shorten says he is offering bipartisan support but suggesting Abbott apologise like Obama did to Merkel simply shows his ignorance.  The international rule of diplomacy is "neither confirm nor deny" allegations of spying. Shorten needs to prove his bipartisanship by silencing his court of fools.  Pilbersek cites "missteps from this government from day one".

"The announcement of the turnback the boats and buy back the boats policies before the government was elected were very troubling for Indonesians," she said.

"They didn't like the fact that people in Australia were making plans for what would happen on Indonesian soil and in Indonesian waters without talking to the Indonesians, so the relationship was under strain, and this ... kind of pushed it a little bit further along that strained path."

Actually Abbott had been talking to the Indons until the treasonous ABC pointed out the ALP governments actions. She needs to be careful about fanning the flames of political confusion, where she suggests the Coalition and Abbott were responsibile for stress in the relationship lest a spark be ignited that reminds the public  just who cause the whole furore in the first place. The enemies I have fought were at least honest about their intentions.  The bastards at the ABC claim citizenship and a $ billion a year to attack the very people they are meant to serve. They need to be brought to heel.

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