Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton has pledged to make it easier for white people to travel by giving them a clearer path through airport security with the Federal police being given the power to ‘randomly’ stop people at airports and check their papers.
“I know how hard it is for the average white middle class male and their wife to get through airport security,” said Minister Dutton. “So I have attempted to solve this problem by allowing the Federal police to stop anyone they deem a threat and check their papers. This should allow the average Joe a clearer run through the airport.”
When asked about the prospect of racial profiling becoming a problem Lord Dutton replied: “A problem for who?” If you have done nothing wrong you have nothing to fear.”
“Now if you’ll excuse me I have some Commonwealth Games athletes to interrogate and I need to buy a new set of jumper cables and a car battery.”