Archive | April, 2014

Tony Abbott’s influence peddling for $11,000 a pop and the Labor Party to set up their own propaganda website

What’s with the title? Well the real story with this post is the influence of the internet from a media viewpoint. Labor’s new website An email went around today from George Wright who is the National Secretary of the Labor Party asking people to donate for a new website which he characterised as being “A […]

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Channel 7’s Kerry Stokes gag order

Justice Michael Adams of the Supreme Court of NSW has made me take down the post that was here. In court today (Wednesday 11/6/14) Justice Adams said to me that he will read my submissions later, handed some submissions straight back to me without reading them and then immediately issued orders (Click here to read) giving Kerry Stokes and his […]

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Former NSW Premier Neville Wran dies and takes a lot of knowledge of judicial corruption with him

Neville Wran is the former NSW premier who sold out the former Chief Magistrate for NSW Murray Farquhar in the 1980’s and let him be sentenced to 4 years jail. But it is said by some that Farquhar’s conviction is what ultimately forced Neville Wran to resign both the premiership and his seat in Parliament on the 4th of […]

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Kerry Stokes suppression order

Justice Michael Adams of the Supreme Court of NSW has made me take down the post that was here. I have published a new post titled: “Australian KCA journalist to go to jail for breaching suppression order put on a suppression order by 7’s Kerry Stokes“ (Click here to read the post) In court today (Wednesday […]

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Royal Commission into unions. There ain’t no heroes

A good gage of whether the Royal Commission into unions has done its job is if we end up with a long list of heroes who saved the day when the Royal Commission hands its report to the government. If the Royal Commission does write up people as being heroes or implied heroes then it is almost guaranteed that the Royal Commission […]

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Arthur Sinodinos says it is up to Bill Shorten to answer questions regarding police investigation

I was at the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) hearings on Thursday to watch senator Arthur Sinodinos give evidence. Mr Sinodinos had a bad day in the witness box to put it mildly and said little as he was leaving except a short 20 to 30 second statement. But I did manage to put one […]

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