Barnaby the Kiwi

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  1. 2_Smoking_Guns

    2_Smoking_Guns First Grade

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    What I don't get is this:

     
  2. The Charlatan

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    Are you born in Australia? Yes/No

    Were your parents born in Australia? Yes/No

    Were your grandparents born in Australia? Yes/No

    If no to any of the above, please state whom and where.
     
  3. Rocky_Da_Rooster

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    Noooo way is Baaarnaaaaby Baaaarnaaaaby a kiwi....conspiracy nutters :D

    barnaby joyce.jpg
     
  4. Bandwagon

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    Actually, as has been proven. He was until he renounced his citizenship. ( his renunciation it's self is proof of this )

    “Over the course of the weekend we went through the process of renunciation,” Joyce says.

    “We’ve received verbal communication from New Zealand before Question Time that that has now been accepted and we’re looking forward to the written advice turning up pronto.”

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/nat...a505dc01a398b3de9cb730613a9b#U603539533654uNG

    This is fact.

    And you are stupid.
     
  5. Rocky_Da_Rooster

    Rocky_Da_Rooster Juniors

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    Derrrr...

    Trust u to miss obvious satire. U would have thought the pic was an obviously give away lol. And Mr Poo for avatar calls me stupid haha. I shall christen u Mr Pootar from now on....totally apt hahaha

    Wise up Mr Pootar...ya dumbarse hehe

    Next...
     
  6. Bandwagon

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    Satire should at least attempt to be clever.

    I fear that a bridge too far for you little man.
     
  7. Rocky_Da_Rooster

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    Anything clever is too tricky for Mr Pootar to understand.
     
  8. Bandwagon

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    I don't reckon you'll be testing me on that somehow mate.
     
  9. Rocky_Da_Rooster

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    Yep, u even fail the prerequisites for the test.

    hehe
    haha
     
  10. Bandwagon

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  11. 2_Smoking_Guns

    2_Smoking_Guns First Grade

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    most people aren't required to complete a test before being granted access to the internet..... obviously you do... and it is a miracle that even though it's quite infrequent you manage sometimes.... understandably it is getting more difficult given the extended breaks you seem to be having.... I guess the medicinal-meth program is failing you.....
     
  12. Mr Spock!

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    Lol...this guy's a clown.

    Even his lawyer's giving him away.

    Malcolm Roberts signed citizenship form without reading it, High Court hears

    Mr Newlinds said it was "inevitable" the court would find Senator Roberts had some knowledge that he was British in the lead-up to him becoming an Australian citizen in 1974.

    "He's talked himself into a different belief about that," Mr Newlinds said.


    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-...lenges-dual-citizenship-in-high-court/8966572
     
  13. butchmcdick

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    I blame the abc and the left
     
  14. 2_Smoking_Guns

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    don’t forget the Muslims....
     
  15. butchmcdick

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    oh and climate scientists
     
  16. Surely

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    and toned abs
     
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    Even when they said it was bears I knew it was them
     
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    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-09-...izen-at-time-of-nomination-high-court/8975716

    The court has ruled that he was a British citizen. Its still be decided if he breached the constitution but I feel its probably a formality now.

    Now, I am not sure if any precedent can be drawn from this because Roberts was especially idiotic with his excuses and lameness. Barns will have a much stronger case imo if the courts are to rule favourably here.
     
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    Roberts looks f**ked, the tests they seem to be applying are that they knew enough for it to be reasonable to expect they either knew or should have known about foreign citizenship, then having established any doubt, they made reasonable efforts to confirm one way or the other and took reasonable steps to renounce said citizenship.

    Roberts seems to fail on all counts. As for the rest of them, I'm guessing it's going to boil down to how high they set the bar for what is reasonable. Everything I've seen on that subject interprets reasonable as being fairly subjective, that is to say it's not what one would expect from your every day Joe, but what one would expect from an individual in that particular group in those particular circumstances. That would lead me to believe that the bar might well be set a little higher than would otherwise be the case.
     
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