The Albanese government is in crisis tonight, after a major terrorist incident at Sydney Airport where ISIS brides attacked and killed several indigenous Australians performing a ‘Welcome to Country” ceremony for the arrivals.
The NSW Police Special Operations Unit eventually shot and killed the attackers, who stabbed multiple indigenous performers to death on the tarmac as they were performing for the brides, with one suicide vest also being detonated.
“It’s a great tragedy that several indigenous Australians and ISIS muslim brides have died. Apparently some white people died in the vicinity too but fuck them we don’t care,” Albanese said.
“The families of the attackers will be given all the financial support they need for them and their extended family back in the middle east if need be. There will be a national week of mourning for the brides and I’m investigating a permanent public holiday in memoriam.”
Mehreen Faruqi also defended the attackers.
“It’s what Man Monis would have wanted and it’s just part and parcel in living in a vibrant, multicultural diverse economic zone,” Faruqi said.
“If I can betray Australia then so can they. It’s an economic zone not a country anyway, so there’s nothing left to betray.”
Meanwhile, the Teal MP’s have introduced a motion supported by the Greens and Labor to ban the resettlement of ISIS brides in their own electorates, in favour of “dumping them in working class suburbs but remain committed to multiculturalism and inclusion.”