Archive | June, 2016
Roy Waldon

Federal Police throw ICAC Commissioner Megan Latham under a bus – Time for a Federal ICAC

It was reported by Fairfax Media and the ABC’s Four Corners program that Australian Mafia bribed NSW Judges $2.2 million to get reduced jail sentences for Mafia members. The Mafia bribery has been confirmed by the NSW Supreme Court’s Justice David Davies. NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) Commissioner Megan Latham was a District Court judge […]

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Bill Shorten and Eddie Obeid

Bill Shorten’s election campaign gatecrashed by Labor Party convicted criminal Eddie Obeid

Bill Shorten’s chances of becoming Prime Minister vanished with today’s (28/6/16) criminal conviction of Eddie Obeid as it puts Labor Party corruption front and centre of media attention only 4 days before the election. Bill Shorten has done a good job during the campaign to keep most of his own corrupt past out of sight of the voters […]

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Alan Jones QandA

Alan Jones is under investigation by NSW Police for statutory rape of boys in the 1980’s

Fairfax Media’s 2GB radio host Alan Jones is under investigation by the NSW Police for the statutory rape of underage boys in the 1980’s. I have raised the issue with Fairfax Media, the ABC Board and the Prime Minister’s office and I am still awaiting responses. One specific complaint to the police is by a […]

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Justice Lucy McCallum

Justice McCallum, a known bribe taker, will sentence Oliver Curtis for insider trading. Who’s worse?

Justice Lucy McCallum who is a known bribe-taker and one the most corrupt judges in the Supreme Court of NSW will sentence convicted criminal Oliver Curtis for insider trading on Friday the 24th June 2016. Which raises the obvious question: Should one criminal be sentencing another criminal? Oliver Curtis and his friend John Hartman illegally used […]

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Flux Party

A new age of democracy in Australia – The Flux Party that allows you to vote on all legislation

There is a new Australian political party that allows the public to vote on all legislation brought before the parliament and it looks like we are heading for a new age of democracy in Australia. If it works it will eventually put a stop to the unions and big business controlling Australian governments, politicians and […]

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The bankruptcy of Fairfax Media and News Corp websites predicted on the ABC’s Media Watch

Fairfax Media and News Corp news websites will both be bankrupt in 12 to 24 months if predictions on the ABC’s Media Watch Monday show are true. The predictions are backed up by hard financial evidence and the opinion of numerous well informed people within the media industry. What was also telling was the refusal […]

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Labor Party and Liberal Party

How the Liberal Party and Labor Party steal from taxpayers and launder the money

This week the Liberal Party were caught stealing from taxpayers and laundering the money through a Liberal Party owned company called Parakeelia. After that you would think things could not get worse but in the last 24 hours the Liberals have had to sack a candidate for owning brothels and another candidate is refusing to […]

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Kerry Stokes’ Channel 7 suspends 2 female journalists after they complain of sexual harassment

Channel Seven have suspended two female journalists who complained of sexual harassment. Victimising staff who complain about sexual harassment or other OH&S issues is illegal and ultimate responsibility rests with the directors of the company. Channel 7’s actions point to them either positioning themselves to terminate the two journalists or maneuvering for a constructive dismissal […]

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Malcolm Turnbull: The frivolous litigant who “poisoned the fountain of justice” said Justice Hunt

In 1984 Justice Hunt in the NSW Supreme Court said Malcolm Turnbull had “managed effectively to poison the fountain of justice” in relation to defamatory statements Mr Turnbull had made in the media while representing Kerry Packer during the Costigan Royal Commission. Some say it probably also helped end Turnbull’s career in law. Malcolm Turnbull […]

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