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The Greens conspire for financial gain with Labor and the Unions to bring down Dyson Heydon

Emails and other material shows that Chris Winslow, The Greens candidate for the 2016 election for the federal seat of Greenway, conspired for financial gain with the Labor Party’s Marcus Priest in an attempt to bring down Dyson Heydon. It is extremely obvious that politics is at work at the highest levels to bring down […]

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There is a stronger case of Dyson Heydon being biased in favour of Labor than the Liberals

Bill Shorten, the Labor Party and the Unions have unloaded on the credibility of Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon demanding he resign or be sacked for actual bias and the Royal Commission should be terminated. The problem is there is no evidence to support actual bias and very little to support perceived bias. Although it would not […]

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Bill Shorten and Michael Danby accuse Commissioner Dyson Heydon of supporting rape in marriage

It is widely known in politics and the media that Bill Shorten uses online trolls to trash the reputation of anyone he sees as a threat or competitor to his interests. What is not widely reported is that Mr Shorten is also defaming the reputation of Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon and using his Parliamentary Secretary […]

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Judgement day at the Royal Commission on Friday. So who’s going to jail?

The Trade Union Royal Commission will start reporting on its findings on Friday and expect all hell to break loose over the next couple of months. Careers, reputations and lives will be destroyed because that is what happens when criminals are held to account. And if the criminals aren’t held to account then there will be […]

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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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High Court of Australia – The biggest poker game in town

Former High Court of Australia judge Michael McHugh (1989-2005) said in 2009 of the then High Court judge William Gummow (1995-2012) “Gummow is a great judicial politician,” and “He always had three votes.” This is a statement straight from the horse’s mouth so to speak and takes one into the heart of the highest court in the land. (Click here […]

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