I didn’t publish a Christmas post last year because I was otherwise detained, so to speak, until a few days before Christmas because of what I said. Yes, what you say can get you jailed even if you didn’t say it.
So it should be no surprise that the highlight this year for me, from a corruption viewpoint, has been the backbone shown by the numerous whistleblowers currently before the courts facing potentially lengthy jail sentences. It is very much a case of “its not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog” and a lot of the current whistleblowers have shown plenty of fight.
Most of the high profile whistleblowers will face a hearing next year and because there are now so many it will put whistleblowing, free speech and political communication front and centre of federal and state political discussion which can only be a good thing.
Added to the whistleblowers facing court next year is the numerous defamation matters that also involve whistleblowers to one degree or another that will also be before the courts next year so we should buckle-up for a big 2020 as far as free speech and political communication is concerned.
When looking at the whistleblowers and the stand they have taken it is important to remember that a lot of the time their message doesn’t get the coverage it deserves in the old media so the work this website and its supporters do getting the whistleblowers message into the public arena is important. And by that, I mean getting the message out into the social media channels which are having more influence on politics by the day.
As far as the Kangaroo Court of Australia website is concerned one of the highlights for the year was having federal Water Minister David Littleproud whinge on the ABC’s QandA program about the article I published on the 28th of April titled “Water Minister David Littleproud’s family linked to $20 million Murray-Darling Basin fraud yet he is still Water Minister” which has now been shared 107,000 times on Facebook and 1000’s more on other social media. (Click here to read more)
Another article that keeps on growing is the one I published on the 8th of June 2019 titled “Looks like PM Scott Morrison was sacked as Managing Director of Tourism Australia in 2006 because of fraud and theft” which at the time of writing has been shared 93,000 times on Facebook. (Click here to read the article)
Just to clarify, I am not in hiding as suggested in the photo in last week’s post where I said it was taken at a “secret location” which I said tongue in cheek. While I am arguably on the run as I said in the article I have been attending court via the phone since I moved to Queensland on the 7th of November and will continue to do so until the Capilano Honey and Seven West Media matters are moved to Queensland courts. The photo I published was of me standing in the median strip outside Twin Towns Resort at the NSW/QLD border at Tweed Heads / Coolangatta and you can also see the sign in the background saying “Welcome to New South Wales”.
I would like to thank all the followers of the Kangaroo Court of Australia for your support during the year for reading and sharing my articles etc. I would especially like to thank all the people who donated during the year and donated to the GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign which I have now closed. The funds raised will help with keep this website publishing, continuing to defend myself against Capilano Honey’s frivolous defamation case and to write another book.
I’ll stop publishing until the end of January or start of February 2020. I’ll be using that time to start my second non-fiction book on judicial/political corruption which I hope to publish by around the end of March 2020.
Once again thank you very much for all your support this year and hope you all have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
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