Australian Spy Agency’s figures support Trump Immigration Ban

Click below to view ASIO answers to Senator Lambie's questions

Independent Senator for Tasmania Jacqui Lambie has called on Australia's Attorney General and Minister responsible for Australia's Domestic Spy Agency (ASIO) to detail how many people on our official terror watch list are not Islamic.

"Last year the head of our domestic spy agency reluctantly told me, that the majority of the 190 Australian terrorist supporters on their official watch-list were Islamic. In fact, I have a strong suspicion that they are all Islamic - and it's now up to the Attorney General to prove me wrong," said Senator Lambie.

The Government must stop the cover-up and political correctness - and release full details on our official terror watch list. Apart from supporting my call to ban or deport from Australia, all immigrants who support the terrorist or Sharia law...

...the Australian Attorney General is sitting on ASIO figures which strongly support President Trump's Immigration ban." said Senator Lambie.

"It's also time Australia dramatically toughened our anti-terrorism policy and properly targeted people living in our country who support and help terrorists. The 190 on ASIO's list shouldn't be just watched. Unfortunately, we've seen in the past innocent lives taken by a terrorist and Sharia Law supporter (Sydney cafe siege) who ASIO was supposed to be watching.

All of the people on ASIO's terror watch list should be kicked out of Australia or thrown in jail. At the very least they should charged with treason or sedition which are serious crimes with long jail sentences. Other countries in our region are telling the truth to their citizens. Singapore has graphic national adds which bluntly say, it's a matter of when, not if a terrorist attack will happen. ...

Australia can learn a lot from countries like America and Singapore who are taking the threat of terrorism a lot more seriously than us - and are more concerned with their citizens' safety, rather than political correctness." said Senator Lambie.