First they backed the fakeugees, now Labor are putting out the mat for terrorists

Caption: Terrorist: “Plz Labor, can I come back?” Labor: “Lol, k”.

A day after Greens MP Adam Bandt boasted that they were ?putting refugees first?, the left of the house have again shown that they will put literally anyone ahead of the Australian people.

One day, they?re throwing open the door to country-shopping, queue-jumping economic migrants and rapists; the next, they?re putting out the welcome mat for terrorists. Quote:

Labor will not support new laws making it easier to cancel the Australian citizenships of dual national terrorists.

The opposition has on Thursday taken the rare step of splitting with the coalition over national security legislation. End of quote.

Well, considering the hole they?ve just buried themselves in over border security, why not just keep digging? Shifty is a piss-weak leader who epitomises the old adage about what floats to the top. Labor are lurching further and further to the left, and he doesn?t have the guts to stop it. Quote:

Labor members of federal parliament’s intelligence committee, which has a long history of bipartisanship, issued a minority report indicating they would not support the terror laws.

Dual nationals sentenced to at least six years’ jail for terror offences can already be stripped of their Australian citizenship.

The coalition wants to scrap this six-year threshold and expand the range of offences on which it can rely?The laws would significantly lower the threshold around proving a person’s citizenship of another country.

Under the changes, the minister would only need to be “reasonably satisfied” a person may be entitled to citizenship elsewhere.

There are widespread concerns this shift could leave people stateless, in breach of international law. End of quote.

Not to put too fine a point on it: who cares? If some rug pilot from Punchbowl decides to run off and join the sex-slavers and head-choppers, then, to quote Dirty Harry Callahan: ?Well, I’m all broken up about that man’s rights?. Quote:

The Labor Party also expressed “serious doubts” about the ability of Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton to exercise the expanded powers in a consistent and responsible way.

“This bill is about nothing more than opening a political front against the Labor Party on the issue of domestic national security by a desperate and irresponsible government,” Labor’s Mark Dreyfus told parliament. End of quote.

Pot, kettle, black. What this is really about is not just Labor?s feral left running amok, but parliamentary Labor aiding their Soros-funded patsies, GetUp, in a desperate attempt to bring down Peter Dutton. Dutton has been one of the Coalition?s best performers, a political head-kicker to rival Keating. Quote:

Mr Dutton said the threat of Islamic extremists returning to Australia from foreign battlefields was not a hypothetical prospect.

“I want to do everything humanly possible within the law to stop the people from coming back,” he told 2GB radio.

“And yet, I’ve got Mark Dreyfus playing defence lawyer, trying to find technicalities where these people can come back in and they don’t want to offend other countries or they’re worried about the diplomatic implications.” End of quote.

Dutton is right, of course. The government has already seen off one high-ranked Islamic State terrorist who wanted to slither back into Australia. There are hundreds more like him.

And Labor are backing them to the hilt.