By Situation Theatre 6/6/2019
Mr Morrison honoured the soldiers who sacrificed their lives so Australia could imprison and torture racial groups with impunity and punish journalists for reporting the truth.
Commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day, the Prime Minister has offered a moving tribute to the Australian soldiers who fought and died in WW2 to protect his right to deny medical treatment to suicidal refugees and to criminalise journalism.
The PM reflected wistfully on the 30 Australian fighter pilots who took part in the Battle of Britain so all these years later he could be the one torturing minorities and censoring journalists rather than the Nazis.
Mr Morrison also paid homage to the 3,486 Australians killed during the strategic air offensive in Europe. Tearing up, the PM said “To think, if it wasn’t for their sacrifice, we might now be seeing a suicide crisis amongst Jews on Manus Island.”
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