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Has PM Malcolm Turnbull’s wife Lucy been outed as Australia’s best known lobbyist?

Last week Malcolm Turnbull announced new measures which would force bank CEO’s to front a Parliamentary Committee supposedly to keep the banks honest. At the same time Malcolm Turnbull was making this announcement his wife Lucy was having coffee with the Chairman of the ANZ bank David Gonski which is highly suspicious to say the least. […]

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Tony Abbott’s Liberal Party take bribes for favours once too often. Time for a Royal Commission!

Everywhere you look lately there is evidence of the Liberal Party taking bribes for access to their politicians. The most recent allegation by the ABC and Fairfax Media is that the Liberal Party have been taking bribes off the Mafia. Add that to the recent NSW ICAC Liberal Party bribery scandal and the “Treasure for Sale” defamation case “partial […]

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Malcolm Turnbull’s dirty laundry of fraud & theft will destroy the Liberal Party if elected leader

Malcolm Turnbull was the key decision maker when he gave a dodgy $10 million grant to his friends just before the 2007 election while he was still the Environment Minister in the Howard government. This puts Turnbull in the same club as the corrupt Eddie Obeid, Arthur Sinodinos and others. Obeid is looking at jail time […]

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Tony Abbott versus the world. The leadership battle heats up

For how much longer Tony Abbott will continue as Prime Minister no one knows but it could be over soon with a ballot highly likely next week as late on Tuesday night (3/2/15) members of his own party called for him to resign. People are blaming the many mistakes Abbott has made but there are 2 mistakes that have not received […]

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Tony Abbott’s Sydney siege review needs to get to the truth. No time for cover-ups

Prime Minister Tony Abbott today (17/12/14) announced that the Secretary of the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and the NSW counterpart would conduct a review of the “Martin Place Siege”. The media statement in full is below: Martin Place siege – Joint Commonwealth – New South Wales review 17 December 2014 Prime Minister Premier […]

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Bill Shorten & Craig Thomson’s dodgy defence & Tony Abbott’s favourite person Freya Newman

There have been substantial developments the last few days in a number of legal proceedings and I will cover 4 of them. Craig Thomson has admitted lying about using the HSU’s money to pay escorts, Bill Shorten has submitted a Claytons defence to the Royal Commission, Cbus employee Maria Butera has lobbed a hand grenade at Cbus and the union […]

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Did Tony Abbott force Police Commissioner Negus to resign before he was sacked for corrupt conduct?

Federal Police Commissioner Tony Negus resigned last Friday (27/6/14), no reason was given. Coincidently it was the day after the senate announced they will be having an inquiry into the allegations that former federal police officer Ross Fusca was offered a promotion to close down the investigation into the AWB – Saddam Hussein bribery scandal. Another coincidence […]

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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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It will be One Term Tony in federal government if they follow the lead of NSW Premier Barry O’Corrupt

The NSW government is in crisis and a good chance to lose the election next year after just one term in power. It is something that Prime Minister Tony Abbott and crew need to have a good look at because what is happening in NSW could easily happen federally and Mr Abbott would go down in history […]

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Australian trade unions. The Royal Commission we had to have

The Royal Commission into trade union corruption announced on Monday by the federal government is a real game changer on many fronts and maybe many more depending on how the Royal Commission performs. For starters it is the first Royal Commission that has been driven by the online community, although I am sure that no […]

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Is Attorney-General George Brandis the biggest “lying rodent” in government given his recent fraud and theft?

The newly appointed Attorney-General George Brandis was caught ripping off the tax payer to attend the wedding of former radio host and current blogger Michael Smith. It is worth looking at what happened in the background, the attack on Prime Minister Tony Abbott by Michael Smith and why this story will not die until Mr Brandis […]

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Liberal Party dodgy backroom deals. Are they any better than the corrupt Labor Party

Tony Abbott announced last week that Liberal Party officials will be banned from acting as Lobbyists as far as the federal government is concerned. Why were they ever allowed in the first place and what about the states that have Liberal Party governments? This is a band-aid solution, which without further reform, is nothing more […]

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Tony Abbott and his friend Cardinal George Pell. Perceived bias for the Royal Commission into child sex abuse

Prime Minister Tony Abbott gave a personal reference in court for the former priest Father John Nester in a child sex abuse case in 1997. Father Nester was later struck off as a clergy by the Vatican. Add this to Tony Abbott’s and the Liberal Party’s extremely close relationship with Cardinal George Pell who has admitted […]

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PM Tony Abbott makes it three Prime Ministers in 3 months and most likely two elections in 12 months

Australia is in for a rough ride politically for the foreseeable future. The make-up of the senate when it is finally decided in the next few days is a major reason which will quite possibly lead to a double dissolution election in the next six months or so. But one thing that is needs to be acknowledged is […]

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Australian social media flexes its muscle and plays a part in taking down former Prime Minister Julia Gillard

Julia Gillard Prime Ministership ended on Wednesday (26/6/13)  and it worth looking at the role social media played in her down fall as a lot of people underestimate the power of social media. Looking at all of the evidence there is a strong argument to say that social media played the biggest part in forcing the Labor Party to remove Ms […]

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Tony Abbott and the Liberals win the own goal of the year award.

The Peter Slipper / James Ashby sexual harassment case is set down for further hearing on the interlocutory applications on the 2nd October 2012. The main application is by the government to have the matter thrown out for abuse of process. At this rate it will still be bubbling away and fresh in people’s minds at the […]

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard sets up Watergate style dirt unit for opposition politicians.

Julia Gillard’s office has set up a unit to go looking for dirt and slime on opposition politicians. This raises a few questions, about a million questions in fact. This has been openly admitted by Prime Minister Gillard which says a lot about her state of mind given that it would not have been set up without […]

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Julia Gillard’s office lines up the Aborigines against Tony Abbott but it backfires badly.

Criminal offences have been committed by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s staff make no mistake about that. The prima facie case is rock solid. For example there is enough evidence to have at least Tony Hodges, Julia Gillard’s former media advisor, charged for breaching Division 149 of the 1995 Criminal Code – Obstruction of Commonwealth public officials, which […]

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