And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Page 6 of 7 Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7  Next

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:43 am

Why does Thomson seem a protected species?

It's not Craig Thompson, but his very close, blood relation,
and her very large, extended, scattered among Left, Right, Centre,
Red, Blue, Green, Plain, Checkered and All Stripes, but yet,
'strangle hold' tight, family.

She's known as Ms. Box; Pandora.


Breaking News: 'Protected Species' Title Lifted.


The lid has been lifted on the family of Ms. Pandora Box.
Having reached Globally Threatening Plague proportions,
culls have already begun.

All members who fail to divorce themselves
from the family of Ms. Pandora Box,
by a yet to be disclosed date,
will be classed as 'Non-persons' and
given 'After Birth Abortions'.

It was revealed that plague numbers went unnoticed for
so long, due to the Shredding, withholding, burying and
deliberate altering of records, by family members of the,
once powerful Ms. Pandora Box, deliberately placed in
'respected' positions, such as medicine, the judiciary,
policing, education and every other 'public service' roll.


Creeps free to work with kids

Peter Mickelburough, Grant McArthur

REVEALED: A KILLER stepfather,
thugs and fiends
have all been given the go-ahead
to work with children.


Welfare: Police warned to leave teenagers alone

yep, our Red/Green/Left 'public' 'servants'
give us...teenage thugs and fiends
have all been given the go-ahead
to work with children
...and...

Another, $60 Million To Our INVADERS,
to Help FIGHT US IN OUR COURTS,
to MAKE US LET THEM STAY...

and FORCE Their RELIGIOUS LAWS,
INTO OUR COURTS and LAW!


Lawyers win $60m to fight for refugees

Steve Lewis

EXCLUSIVE:
TAXPAYERS will pay at least $60 million
in free legal advice for asylum seekers
this year,
an investigation has revealed.


God's Gonna Cut You Down :
http://youtu.be/wxh-FfElY0M

You can run on for a long time,
Run on for a long time,
Run on for a long time,
Sooner, or later, God'll cut you down.
Sooner, or later, God'll cut you down.

Go and tell that long tongue liar,

Go and tell that midnight rider,
Tell the rambiler, the gambler, the back biter,
Tell 'em that God's gonna cut 'em down.

Well my goodness gracious,

Let me tell you the news.
My heads been wet with the midnight dew.
I've been down on bended knee,
Talkin to the man from Galiee.
He spoke to me in a voice so sweet,
I thought I heard the shuffle of angels feet.
He called my name and my heart stood still,
When He said "John go do my will"

Go and tell that long tongue liar,

Go and tell that midnight rider,
Tell the rambler, the gambler, the back biter,
Tell 'em that God's gonna cut 'em down.

You can run on for a long time,

Run on for a long time,
Run on for a long time,
Sooner, or later, God'll cut you down.
Sooner, or later, God'll cut you down.

You can throw your rock, hide your hand,

Workin in the dark against your fellow man.
But as sure as God made black and white,
What's done in the dark,
Will be brought to the light.

You can run on for a long time,

Run on for a long time,
Run on for a long time,
Sooner, or later, God'll cut you down.
Sooner, or later, God'll cut you down.

Go and tell that long tongue liar,

Go and tell that midnight rider,
Tell the rambler, the gambler, the back biter,
Tell 'em that God's gonna cut 'em down


WHO BY FIRE
http://youtu.be/j2T274bXIxU

And who by fire?
Who by water?
Who in the sunshine?
Who in the night time?
Who by high ordeal?
Who by common trial?
Who in your merry merry month of May?
Who by very slow decay?
And who shall I say is calling?
(Who shall I say is calling?)

And who in her lonely slip?
Who by barbiturate?
Who in these realms of love?
Who by something blunt?

Who by avalanche?
Who by powder?
Who for his greed?
Who for his hunger?
And who shall I say is calling?
(Who shall I say is calling?)

And who by brave assent?
Who by accident?
Who in solitude?
Who in this mirror?
Who by his lady's command?
Who by his own hand?
Who in mortal chains?
Who in power?
And who shall I say is calling?
(Who shall I say is calling?)

And who by fire?
Who by water?
Who in the sunshine?
Who in the night time?
Who by high ordeal?
Who by common trial?
Who in your merry merry month of May?
Who by very slow decay?
And who shall I say is calling?
(Who shall I say is calling?)

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:32 am

Police should charge Fair Work officials
Piers Akerman Tuesday, March 13, 2012 (5:35am)
181 Comments
Fair Work Australia general manager Bernadette O’Neill is denying
Victorian police access to transcripts of interviews of witnesses who
gave evidence about alleged corruption involving Labor MP Craig Thomson.


She should be charged with obstruction of justice.

Fair Work Australia has been “investigating” Thomson for some three
years - longer than the investigation into the assassination of US
President John F. Kennedy.

Prime Minister Julia Gillard says Thomson, has her full support.

Those who don’t rely on Thomson’s Labor vote say it looks as if Fair
Work Australia is dragging its feet for blatantly political purposes.

Thomson is being investigated by both the Victorian and NSW police.

The Australian’s Ean Higgins reports that Victorian detectives believe
the transcripts, apart from being of considerable general assistance,
could potentially catch out some witnesses as lying under oath and
enable them to be charged with being accessories after the fact.

A source close to the Victorian police investigation has told The
Australian that because FWA conducted its interviews before many of the
more damaging allegations surrounding Thomson and his associates became
public over the past seven months, some witnesses may have presented a
different story at that time.

The source said it was Ms O’Neill’s refusal to provide the transcripts
that led to anger among Victorian police commanders who are seeking to
gather key evidence to bring charges against one or more individuals.

FWA has spent three years investigating alleged financial malpractice in
the national office of the Health Services Union, and specific
allegations that Thomson, when he was HSU national secretary between
2002 and 2007, misused his union credit card in a splurge of more than
$100,000 of personal spending including on prostitutes.

Thomson strenuously denies the allegations.

FWA interviewed a large number of serving and former union officials under oath, including, in 2010, Thomson.

Victorian police are investigating the same allegations with a view to
determining if Thomson committed fraud, and whether other union
officials were complicit.

In Senate estimates last month O’Neill defended the legal right of her
predecessor, Tim Lee, to refuse to speak to a senior NSW police
commander about the Thomson investigation.

NSW Strikeforce Carnarvon is investigating allegations Thomson and HSU
East general secretary Michael Williamson took secret commissions from a
graphic designer, John Gilleland, who has a $680,000 annual contract
with the union and whose premises were recently raided by police.
Thomson, Williamson and Gilleland deny any wrongdoing.

The Coalition yesterday stepped up pressure on the issue, with Tony
Abbott attempting to sheet home some responsibility to Julia Gillard,
who has deflected questions, saying FWA is an independent body.

“Here is a federal agency that is refusing to co-operate in a criminal
investigation and if the Prime Minister has no opinion on this, well
frankly, she becomes complicit in . . . what looks like a cover up of
some very, very low acts,” Abbott said.

Oposition workplace relations spokesman Eric Abetz called on FWA
president Iain Ross to direct O’Neill to co-operate with police.


He cited section 655(2) of the Fair Work Act, which says that the
president may disclose information “likely to assist in the
administration or enforcement of a law of the commonwealth, a state or a
territory”.


It should not be necessary to remind a senior public servant (or anyone else) that they have a duty to uphold the law.

The circumstances of the Thomson investigation stink.

If the Labor federal government’s agencies are not prepared to work with
police, why should members of the public feel they have a duty to help
whenever they can?

Gillard must act, the president of FWA Iain Ross must act.

If they do not, they are demonstrating contempt for the nation and its laws.

__________________________

181 Comments


true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Tue Mar 13, 2012 5:02 pm

Back to eugenics with the greens

Andrew Bolt March 14 (6:44am)

The green movement



I remember being attacked when I warned of the strong links between Nazism and Germany’s green groups in the 1930s. The totalitarian instinct, and the disregard for the individual, seemed only too common to both ideologies.

Now, as the global warming faith develops, the links I warned off grow
far less tenuous. Take the latest idea - to breed a race of
super-greens. Yes, we’re back to eugenics again:


<blockquote>The threat of global climate change has prompted us
to redesign many of our technologies to be more energy-efficient… So,
some scholars are asking, what if we could engineer human beings to be more energy efficient?
A new paper to be published in Ethics, Policy & Environment
proposes a series of biomedical modifications that could help humans,
themselves, consume less…


For instance, the paper suggests that parents could make use of genetic
engineering or hormone therapy in order to birth smaller, less
resource-intensive children.

</blockquote>
Of course, reassurances are given. I mean, we’re none of us brutes these days, right?


<blockquote>The lead author of the paper, S. Matthew Liao, is a professor of
philosophy and bioethics at New York University.... Neither Liao or his
co-authors, Anders Sandberg and Rebecca Roache of Oxford, approve of
any coercive human engineering; they favor modifications borne of
individual choices, not technocratic mandates.

</blockquote>
But actually, that’s false. Liao makes clear that his proposal include
modifying fetuses - a most coercive form of human engineering:


<blockquote>Liao: ... Each kilogram of body mass requires a
certain amount of food and nutrients… And so size reduction could be one
way to reduce a person’s ecological footprint....


You might try to do it through a technique called preimplantation
genetic diagnosis, which is already used in IVF settings in fertility
clinics today. In this scenario you’d be looking to select which embryos
to implant based on height.


Another way to affect height is to use a hormone treatment to trigger the closing of the epiphyseal plate earlier than normal---this
sometimes happens by accident in vitamin overdose cases. In fact
hormone treatments are already used for height reduction in overly tall
children. A final way you could do this is by way of gene imprinting, by
influencing the competition between maternal and paternal genes, where
there is a height disparity between the mother and father.

</blockquote>

The obvious question is asked:

<blockquote>Isn’t it ethically problematic to allow parents to make these kinds of irreversible choices for their children?
</blockquote>
And that totalitarian instinct is then revealed - that casual sacrifice of an individual to the great cause:

<blockquote>Liao: That’s a really good question..... With
selection you don’t really have the issue of irreversible choices
because the embryo selected can’t complain that she could have been
otherwise..l. In the case of modification, that issue could certainly
arise, but even then I think it’s important to step back and ask
why we are looking at these solutions in the first place. The reason we
are even considering these solutions is to prevent climate change,
which is a really serious problem

</blockquote>

Actually, a far bigger problem than climate change is this return to
eugenics - the modification of children on ideological grounds. What
next? The “euthanasia” of people too ungreen to live?
Proposals for mass sterilisation?

Oops. We’ve had that already.

(Via Watts Up With That.)
______________________________


Drive-by shooting led to pistols in the post -
inside Sydney's suburban arms trade

Yoni Bashan The Daily Telegraph March 14, 2012 12:00AM


http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/sydney-nsw/drive-by-shooting-led-to-pistols-in-the-post-inside-sydneys-suburban-arms-trade/story-e6freuzi-1226298627215

Gun syndicate linked to Sydney post office
AAP March 13, 2012 10:49PM
THREE people have been charged after
Australian and German detectives smashed an international gun-smuggling
syndicate alleged to have been run, at least in part, from a suburban
Sydney post office.

Police raided 11 properties in Sydney yesterday morning, including
Sylvania Waters post office, in the city's south, eight homes and an
import business.


They arrested three men, including a 30-year-old post office licensee,
a 21-year-old worker at the import business and
a 27-year-old telecommunications technician.


The men were charged with a raft of offences including supplying firearms,
aggravated possession of firearms and participating in a criminal group.


All were refused bail and are due to appear at Burwood and Sutherland local courts today.

It's alleged the trio were part of a syndicate importing Glock pistols from
Austria via a gun dealership in Remscheid, west Germany,
using falsified
documents.


Police began an investigation the operation in February after tracing guns found in Sydney, including a Glock linked to a shooting in Campsie in late January, to a batch made in Austria.

The weapons were traced to the German gun dealership, which is alleged to have
imported them to Australia using false consignment data.


Sylvania Waters post office is alleged to have been the end destination for the guns before they were distributed to bikie and Middle Eastern gangs across the city.


"We will be alleging these guns were being imported specifically for use by criminals, including outlaw motorcycle gang members and those in Middle Eastern organised crime groups," NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said in a statement.

"One firearm has been linked to a south-western Sydney shooting and we are
making further inquiries to see if others are similarly linked."


A fourth person, a 28-year-old woman, was also arrested in Sydney and was being questioned last night.

German detectives arrested a man in connection with the investigation after raiding a number of properties in Remscheid yesterday and seizing a number of documents and parcels.


Detectives involved in the Sydney raids also seized a parcel
containing 140 Glock magazines, seven firearms, ammunition,
drugs and computer equipment.


_______________________________________________
Most Commented
Which Genesis story should Christians believe?

378
Labor only has one policy - target Tony 284
Police should charge Fair Work officials 200


...and if you still refuse to see
the DIRECT LINKS between:
The MEDICAL INDUSTRY;
Those Campaigning For LATE TERM 'Abortion'
and LEGALIZED BABY MURDER
('as' AFTER BIRTH 'Abortion');
'EDUCATORS';
LABOR, GREENS and
THEIR CAMPAIGN to FLOOD AUSTRALIA with
RELIGIOUSLY AVOWED ENEMIES of ALL
FREE From ENSLAVEMENT To ISLAM,
WHILE TRASHING THE CHRISTIAN FAITH that
THIS UNIQUELY BLESSED LAND WAS BUILT ON,
YOU ARE A WILLING SLAVE of THE DEVIL.

EXPECT 'his' 'REWARDS'!

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Tue Mar 13, 2012 10:06 pm

Craig Thomson taken to hospital


Phillip Hudson

CONTROVERSIAL Labor MP Craig Thomson
has been given leave from Parliament
because of potential appendicitis.

CONTROVERSIAL Federal Labor MP Craig Thomson
has been taken to Canberra Hospital with stomach pains
and given leave from Parliament today.


Mr Thomson's office told the Herald Sun
the MP had "pains in his stomach yesterday
and they got worse overnight".


He went to hospital this morning and
is having tests.


Government Whip Joel Fitzgibbon said Mr Thomson has been granted a parliamentary
"pair'' which means Labor will not be down a vote because of the absence. This is a common procedure.


Mr Fitzgibbon put a message on Twitter saying Mr Thomson may have appendicitis.


"Looks like Craig Thomson has appendicitis. May have to come out but he's fine.''


Mr Thomson is at the centre of allegations - which he denies - that he
misused a union credit card to pay for prostitutes in his former role as
national secretary of the Health Services Union.


The allegations are being investigated by Fair Work Australia.
Victoria and NSW police are also examining it.
_____________

One wonders if he's more, or less safe, among 'his old comrades',
that he's brought to the very negative attention of the nation with
so many people on years long waiting lists for tests and treatment
of painful and life threatening illness.

Sunday? Monday? Tuesday? Wednesday, he goes in?

Could it be that he to, wonders how safe it is for him
to trust 'his old comrades' to 'assess' and 'treat' him.



"He got I think some stomach pains, some abdominal pains, yesterday,"
the spokesman said.

"I think it’s really been since the beginning of the week."

Mr Thomson's spokesman said
the MP was "just being checked up at the moment".

"At this stage he's there still being assessed."


"Looks like Craig Thomson has appendicitis,"
he wrote on the social networking site.

"(It) may have to come out but he's fine."

Prime Minister Julia Gillard said
Mr Thomson will likely be back at work in "a day or two".



Gee, wonder if he'll be lucky, and this is one time Gillard hasn't lied.

After all, "still being assessed" for "likely appendicitis",
then booking surgery (cancelling someone else's?),
fasting and preparation for surgery, surgery, recovery from surgery...

that alone, should, take, 'a day or two', plus...

that's an awful lot of opportunity for 'something to go wrong',
but JuLIAR 'says' he'll "likely be back at work, in a day or two"...

but then again, a day or two at the hands of medicos,
is all a faithless body needs, for a 'tune up' to 'make them work, silently'.

Personally, I hope it isn't too serious, he comes through it fine,
but with a heart turning empathy, and desire to do justice, for,
the countless suffering victims of The 'Medical & Health' Industry.


Last edited by true lilly on Wed Mar 14, 2012 12:06 am; edited 1 time in total

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Tue Mar 13, 2012 11:50 pm

'They know where these guns are'



3:48PM


THREE men accused of running a gun-smuggling ring
from a suburban post office
may know where 150 pistols are being held.





  • Sting: Hundreds of guns still on the street

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Wed Mar 14, 2012 12:11 am

Labor MP Craig Thomson in hospital
Alison McMeekin March 14, 2012
1:33PM

50 comments

Craig Thomson taken to hospital


Phillip Hudson

CONTROVERSIAL Labor MP Craig Thomson
has been given leave from Parliament
because of potential appendicitis.

CONTROVERSIAL Federal Labor MP Craig Thomson
has been taken to Canberra Hospital with stomach pains
and given leave from Parliament today.


Mr Thomson's office told the Herald Sun
the MP had "pains in his stomach yesterday
and they got worse overnight".


He went to hospital this morning and
is having tests.


Government Whip Joel Fitzgibbon said Mr Thomson has been granted a parliamentary
"pair'' which means Labor will not be down a vote because of the absence. This is a common procedure.


Mr Fitzgibbon put a message on Twitter saying Mr Thomson may have appendicitis.


"Looks like Craig Thomson has appendicitis. May have to come out but he's fine.''


Mr Thomson is at the centre of allegations - which he denies - that he
misused a union credit card to pay for prostitutes in his former role as
national secretary of the Health Services Union.


The allegations are being investigated by Fair Work Australia.
Victoria and NSW police are also examining it.
_____________

One wonders if he's more, or less safe, among 'his old comrades',
that he's brought to the very negative attention of the nation with
so many people on years long waiting lists for tests and treatment
of painful and life threatening illness.

Sunday? Monday? Tuesday? Wednesday, he goes in?

Could it be that he to, wonders how safe it is for him
to trust 'his old comrades' to 'assess' and 'treat' him.



"He got I think some stomach pains, some abdominal pains, yesterday,"
the spokesman said.

"I think it’s really been since the beginning of the week."

Mr Thomson's spokesman said
the MP was "just being checked up at the moment".

"At this stage he's there still being assessed."


"Looks like Craig Thomson has appendicitis,"
he wrote on the social networking site.

"(It) may have to come out but he's fine."

Prime Minister Julia Gillard said
Mr Thomson will likely be back at work in "a day or two".



Gee, wonder if he'll be lucky, and this is one time Gillard hasn't lied.

After all, "still being assessed" for "likely appendicitis",
then booking surgery (cancelling someone else's?),
fasting and preparation for surgery, surgery, recovery from surgery...

that alone, should, take, 'a day or two', plus...

that's an awful lot of opportunity for 'something to go wrong',
but JuLIAR 'says' he'll "likely be back at work, in a day or two"...

but then again, a day or two at the hands of medicos,
is all a faithless body needs, for a 'tune up' to 'make them work, silently'.

Personally, I hope it isn't too serious, he comes through it fine,
but with a heart turning empathy, and desire to do justice, for,
the countless suffering victims of The 'Medical & Health' Industry.


But again, in that regard, I seem to be in a very tiny minority,
but not in wondering if he is safe among 'health workers':

50 comments

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Fri Mar 16, 2012 8:14 am

Union fees rorted, says report
March 17, 2012
12:00AM

Matt Johnston
VICTORIAN health workers' union fees were misused
including to fly
officials and their spouses to a wedding,
an investigation found.

Union officials also gave $5000 to a colleague
so she could campaign for US President Barack Obama.

AP


Senior officials blasted in report

VICTORIAN health workers' union fees were misused
including to fly officials and their spouses to a wedding,
an investigation has found.

During a spending spree of unauthorised payments, union officials also
gave $5000 to a colleague so she could campaign for US President Barack Obama.


A Fair Work Australia investigation found the
Health Services Union Victoria No.1 branch failed to keep records on
thousands of dollars of credit card transactions and "paid lip service"
to proper accounting practices.


Former branch secretary Jeff Jackson and
then-assistant secretary Shaun Hudson were slammed by the findings.


The report says in 2008 Mr Jackson authorised $5000 of union funds to be
paid into colleague Alex Hicks's personal bank account "because Ms Hicks
was campaigning for Barack Obama in the United States of America".


FWA also found HSU funds were used to pay for airfares and accommodation
for Mr Jackson, Mr Hudson and their spouses to attend a colleague's Sydney wedding
in 2008.


The report says during an interview over the spending,
Mr Jackson said it was "appropriate" for the HSU to pay for an official's spouse to travel
to a wedding of a union employee.


Dozens of other examples of broken rules are laid out in the FWA report, tabled by a Senate committee yesterday.

Mr Jackson told the Herald Sun last night he was "grateful" it had been released so former colleagues' claims could be tested in the Federal Court.


He said his enemies in the union movement ran a political campaign against
him, and he would contest claims in court rather than through the media.


The Herald Sun was unable to contact Mr Hudson.


The FWA investigation is one of two into the HSU, and took almost three years to complete.


The other investigation involves embattled Labor MP Craig Thomson
and is looking at allegations his credit card was misused to pay for prostitutes
when he was HSU national secretary.


Opposition workplace relations spokesman Eric Abetz said
the report provided an "insight" into union abuse of workers' money
and should be referred to
the tax office,
Victoria's fraud squad
and the Director of Public Prosecutions.

johnstonm@heraldsun.com.au

Don’t forget the other hot bed of corruption in S.A. (but also crossing State borders), also linked to Health, Education, Environment & Resources, The Premiers Office, oh and Printing :


$1.25m spent by public servants in cartridge kickback scandal, Government report reveals

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/m-spent-by-public-servants-in-catrtridge-kickback-scandal-government-report-reveals/story-e6frea83-1226298311130





“An Ernst & Young analysis of government responses to the cartridge-for-kickbacks affair leaked last week showed departments failed to communicate effectively when the graft became known and missed chances to end it.



“Opposition finance spokesman Rob Lucas branded the Procurement Working Group inquiry a “whitewash"..."the tip of the iceberg”..."

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:05 am

New brawl over 'sick' Thomson
Sam MaidenThe Sunday Telegraph March 18, 2012
12:00AM

From scandal to sickness, things keep getting worse for NSW Coast Labor MP Craig Thomson.
Source: The Courier-Mail


CRAIG Thomson's bid to take a second week of sick leave from parliament could prove painful for the Labor Party.

His mystery stomach bug has left the Coalition refusing to accept his sick note unless
it comes from a hospital - potentially leaving Labor one vote down in the finely balanced parliament and putting the passage of legislation at risk.


Mr Thomson is facing multiple investigations into claims he misused union credit cards
to visit prostitutes - claims he vehemently denies.


The manager of Opposition business Christopher Pyne told The Sunday Telegraph
there was no problem in granting Mr Thomson "a pair" for Monday on the basis of
a medical certificate provided by his general practitioner.


But the Opposition wanted further evidence of illness if Mr Thomson's leave period
was to be any longer.


"Our view is he needs to get a letter from the hospital," Mr Pyne said.

"We deal with pairs on a day-by-day basis. We assume if he can't attend
Parliament on Tuesday that he will have a letter from the hospital that
treated him in Canberra saying he has not yet recovered."


Last Tuesday, Mr Thomson fell ill in Canberra before parliamentary sittings
resumed, taking himself to a local hospital for tests.


He was granted a "pair" for the week by agreement with the Liberals, a common
practice for sick MPs which ensured Labor was not a vote down on key votes.


Labor's whip Joel Fitzgibbon later tweeted: "Looks like Craig Thomson has appendicitis.
May have to come out but he's fine."


The Prime Minister told journalists last week: "I understand he is anticipating
he will be right to be able to return to work in a day or two."


On Wednesday afternoon, a spokesman said Mr Thomson was "feeling better"
and awaiting test results.

But Mr Thomson was released from a Canberra hospital last week after the
tests failed to diagnose the cause of his severe stomach pains.

He has now obtained another doctor's certificate from a local GP.

Government whip Joel Fitzgibbon said he would be "very surprised" if the Coalition did not grant Mr Thomson a pair.

"Craig Thomson remains unwell. He has doctor's certificate covering him," Mr Fitzgibbon said.

"On a number of occasions within the period of this parliament we have given their MPs long-term leave for medical conditions and we've never insisted on medical certificates,"
he said.


"I've taken them at their word. At the end of the day, pairs are no more than a gentleman's
agreement and we've always entered into those agreements in good faith.


"We've done our own research that clearly shows the opposition has been far more dependent on the pairing system than have we.


"If they are considering denying him a pair, they really should reflect on that."


Mr Thomson and his office did not return calls yesterday.

On Friday, a Fair Work Australia report said a "dysfunctional" branch of
the Health Services Union spent unauthorised member funds on airfares,
the wedding of a colleague and granting one official a $15,000 pay rise.

Another report investigating matters regarding Mr Thomson is yet to be released.


Other MPs are not attending parliament this week,
including Independent Bob Katter,
who is campaigning in the Queensland election, and Labor's Michelle Rowland, who is
on maternity leave.

true lilly wrote:Why does Thomson seem a protected species?

It's not Craig Thompson, but his very close, blood relation,
and her very large, extended, scattered among Left, Right, Centre,
Red, Blue, Green, Plain, Checkered and All Stripes, but yet,
'strangle hold' tight, family.

She's known as Ms. Box; Pandora.


Breaking News: 'Protected Species' Title Lifted.


The lid has been lifted on the family of Ms. Pandora Box.
Having reached Globally Threatening Plague proportions,
culls have already begun.

All members who fail to divorce themselves
from the family of Ms. Pandora Box,
by a yet to be disclosed date,
will be classed as 'Non-persons' and
given 'After Birth Abortions'.

It was revealed that plague numbers went unnoticed for
so long, due to the Shredding, withholding, burying and
deliberate altering of records, by family members of the,
once powerful Ms. Pandora Box, deliberately placed in
'respected' positions, such as medicine, the judiciary,
policing, education and every other 'public service' roll.
Don't forget the other hot bed of corruption in S.A.
(but also crossing State borders), also linked to
Health, Education, Environment & Resources,
The Premiers Office,
oh and Printing :



$1.25m spent by public servants
in cartridge kickback scandal,
Government report reveals

http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/news/south-australia/m-spent-by-public-servants-in-catrtridge-kickback-scandal-government-report-reveals/story-e6frea83-1226298311130

"An Ernst & Young analysis of government responses to the
cartridge-for-kickbacks affair leaked last week showed
departments failed to communicate effectively
when the graft became known and missed chances to end it.
"

"Opposition finance spokesman Rob Lucas branded the
Procurement Working Group inquiry a
"whitewash"..."the tip of the iceberg"..."

But still, I have to take heart, as it does seem an awful lot of the filth that's
been contaminating this Great, Uniquely Blessed Land, is being brought to light,
the first step in pushing 'the people' to find the will to face our errors, sort it
and ourselves
!

Could it be that this spinning, twisted, FOREIGN, 'Green', UN SERVING Gillard
Government, is 'the dose of salts' we need 'to flush what's been ailing us'?



true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:44 pm

ISAIAH 31:

For thus hath the LORD 3068 spoken 559 unto me,
Like as the lion 738 and the young lion 3715
roaring 1897 on his prey 2964,
when a multitude 4393 of shepherds 7462
is called forth 7121 against him,
[he] will not be afraid 2865 of their voice 6963,
nor abase 6031 himself for the noise 1995 of them:
so shall the LORD 3068 of hosts 6635
come down 3381 to fight 6633
for mount 2022 Zion 6726,
and for the hill 1389 thereof.



As birds 6833 flying 5774 ,
so will the LORD 3068 of hosts 6635
defend 1598 Jerusalem 3389;
defending 1598 also he will deliver 5337 [it; and]
passing over 6452 he will preserve 4422 it.



Then shall the Assyrian 804 fall 5307 with the sword 2719,
not of a mighty man 376;
and the sword 2719, not of a mean man 120,
shall devour 398 him:
but he shall flee 5127 from 6440 the sword 2719,
and his young men 970 shall be discomfited 4522.


And he shall pass over 5674 to his strong hold 5553
for fear 4032, and his princes 8269 shall be afraid 2865
of the ensign 5251, saith 5002 the LORD 3068,
whose fire 217 [is] in Zion 6726,
and his furnace 8574 in Jerusalem 3389.


Study all of it, and the next two chapters:
http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Isa&c=31&v=1&t=KJV#1
http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Isa&c=32&v=1&t=KJV
http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Isa&c=33&v=1&t=KJV

KNOW YOUR ENEMIES:
the likes of 'Billy Ruben' who VIOLENTLY DEFEND
THE EVIL
SCATTERED THROUGHOUT The MEDICAL Industry,

ACCESSING and ABUSING The Most Private Details
of Powerful
(and bothersome), Individuals,
for the purpose BLACKMAIL and CONTROL.


Billy Ruben wrote:
AV-IT wrote:Since
arriving here, I have been insulted no end for showing articles from
around the web. I have neither endorsed nor denied the articles. NOW
stick your head back up your criminal OZZY ars£ where it belongs!



lol!
The only criminals here,
are The SLEEPER TRAITORS
and THE SCUM they've BOUGHT
and BROUGHT IN.

It took a long 200+ years,
from the time of The Dutch Landings,
to ensure 'they'd' plant the 'right' people
in the Key positions,

before it was agreed Cook should 'discover'
and 'claim Australia for The British Empire',
that would then be blamed
for all the evils inflicted on this land,

BY The King of The North.


Message to Kim il-Gillard
Piers Akerman
Saturday,
March 17, 2012 (10:49pm)

95 comments
(so far, on this MSN blog)

WITH proposed threats to Australian media freedom making
international press watchdogs register their deep concerns, the Gillard
government has so far refused to comment when asked about the harsh
recommendations contained in the Finkelstein inquiry into the media.

Former Federal Court judge Ray Finkelstein delivered his 467-page
tome to Communications Minister Stephen Conroy last month - not a peep
out of Conroy, nor anyone else in the Cabinet.

Nor, surprisingly, given the report’s extraordinary call for a
government-funded News Media Council with punitive powers, including
jailing, have we heard from any of those who so bitterly claimed (in
uncensored books and articles) that they were being silenced during the
years of the Howard government.

Make no mistake - this is a political weapon.

The Finkelstein inquiry’s genesis was in complaints from the Greens
leader Bob Brown, Labor’s principal partner in its minority government.

Brown, Prime Minister Julia Gillard and many of her ministers are
extremely sensitive to criticism.


Finkelstein, advised by several campuses of academics, has provided
the government with a blunt instrument which, if used, would set the
notion of an Australian free press back several centuries.

His new body would replace the Australian Press Council, which
currently hears complaints against the print media, and take over
hearing radio and television complaints from the Australian
Communications and Media Authority.

It would have a full-time chair and 20 part-time members, half
appointed by the government-selected authority and half from those who
have worked in the media - so long as they are not “managers, directors
and shareholders of media organisations”. He wants to give it legal
powers that would compel compliance, punishable in “the usual way” as
contempt of court - imprisonment.

Having ploughed through his report, it’s worth noting what’s
missing: the background to the Press Council’s development and almost
any recognisable media voices.

Les Carlyon, a former editor of The Age and a former editor-in-chief
of The Herald and Weekly Times (a position I have also held) and
multiple prize-winning author of Gallipoli, told me last week he found
it “a frightening document”.

“If this had come out 20 years ago, you would assume the author knew
nothing about Australia’s constitutional conventions,” he said.

The biggest problem with the local media, he suggested - just as it
was when the great American essayist HL Mencken was writing about the
press - is “careless and sloppy reporting and bad writing”.

“This report isn’t going to help overcome those problems in any way,” Carlyon said.

One of the best respected names in the Australian media is Graham
Perkin, whose name now graces an award. Before he died in 1975, Perkin
was one of those who fought for the formation of the Press Council,
which occurred in 1976.

While Perkin is held up as a paragon by many Labor supporters today,
most have forgotten that he pursued a vendetta against the Whitlam
government during which he authorised the payment of huge sums of money
to sources for evidence that incriminated cabinet members in illegal
fundraising.


On October 15, the day before he died, Perkin published an editorial
he had written titled “Go now, go decently”, in which he thundered: “We
will say it straight and clear and at once. The Whitlam government has
run its course; it must go now, and preferably by the honourable course
of resignation - a course which would dispel all arguments about
constitutional proprieties, historic conventions and ‘grabs’ for power.
It must go because it no longer has the degree of public support and
acceptance that permits governments to govern effectively.”


Carlyon compared it to a 1992 Herald-Sun front page, titled “Fight
for a future”, in which the paper noted unemployment had reached 11.8
per cent and urged premier Joan Kirner to call an election.


Both editorials, he said, followed campaigns that Finkelstein would
object to, according to his report which supported bans on “obsessive
attempts to influence government policy by day-after-day repetition of
issues with little or no new information of news value” or “opposition
to government policy which is commercially driven”.

Both editorials followed campaigns against governments and policy
and both could be deemed commercially driven because both The Age and
The Herald-Sun took the view that the governments they were arguing
against were economically disastrous."What’s more,” he added, “The
Washington Post surely would have offended Finkelstein with its lengthy
campaign on Watergate and the (London) Sunday Times would have upset him
with its campaign against the use of the drug thalidomide.”

I believe there is a lot of ignorance and elitist arrogance in the
Finkelstein report but the gross lack of understanding of the practice
of news-gathering, the importance of deadlines, the need for speed, for
clear writing, for information and for entertainment shines through.

Thalidomide was a morning sickness drug later found to cause foetal
abnormalities. It was withdrawn in 1961 and in 1968, after the Sunday
Times campaign, families finally won compensation.


Carlyon’s had more than 50 years in the media.

Both of us know veterans
whose knowledge should have been sought
but who were overlooked in favour of academics.


Among the most knowledgeable is former Sunday Herald-Sun editor Alan
Howe, whose tenure saw circulation grow in a record 25 successive
six-monthly audit periods.

There are other legends whose knowledge would have been invaluable
to anyone seeking to ensure our hard-fought press freedoms endure in a
time of shrinking sales and revenue.

Carlyon said he didn’t recognise a single byline
when he read the names of those consulted by Finkelstein.


The Government could avoid looking even more dysfunctional if an
“administrative oversight” ensures this report is quietly shelved.


...but wait, there's more...
Thomson sick of Parliament?

...and we all know DAVID ICKE OFFICIAL FORUMS
IS A LEADER IN SILENCING
LOYAL AUSTRALIANS.


KNOW YOUR ENEMIES:
the likes of 'Billy Ruben' who VIOLENTLY DEFEND
THE EVIL
SCATTERED THROUGHOUT The MEDICAL Industry,

ACCESSING and ABUSING The Most Private Details
of Powerful
(and bothersome), Individuals,
for the purpose BLACKMAIL and CONTROL.


Billy Ruben wrote:
AV-IT wrote:Since
arriving here, I have been insulted no end for showing articles from
around the web. I have neither endorsed nor denied the articles. NOW
stick your head back up your criminal OZZY ars£ where it belongs!



lol!
The only criminals here,
are The SLEEPER TRAITORS
and THE SCUM they've BOUGHT
and BROUGHT IN.

It took a long 200+ years,
from the time of The Dutch Landings,
to ensure 'they'd' plant the 'right' people
in the Key positions,

before it was agreed Cook should 'discover'
and 'claim Australia for The British Empire',
that would then be blamed
for all the evils inflicted on this land,

BY The King of The North.


Make No Mistake! The World Is At War!

And yes, though THE MAJORITY Side With
The Father of The Lie, The Prince of Death,
THEY LOSE

To

The Creator of Life, Who Can't Lie.


And [when] thou [art] spoiled 7703 ,
what wilt thou do 6213 ?
Though thou clothest 3847 thyself with crimson 8144,
though thou deckest 5710 thee
with ornaments 5716 of gold 2091,
though thou rentest 7167 thy face 5869
with painting 6320,
in vain 7723 shalt thou make thyself fair 3302 ;
[thy] lovers 5689 will despise 3988 thee,
they will seek 1245 thy life 5315.



For I have heard 8085 a voice 6963
as of a woman in travail 2470 ,
[and] the anguish 6869 as of her
that bringeth forth her first child 1069 ,
the voice 6963 of the daughter 1323 of Zion 6726,

[that] bewaileth 3306 herself,
[that] spreadeth 6566 her hands 3709,
[saying], Woe 188 [is] me now!
for my soul 5315 is wearied 5888
because of murderers 2026 .

http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Jer&c=4&v=31&t=KJV#top

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:41 pm

Dam bosses holidayed as crisis loomed



Mark Solomons

NO ONE was available to take charge
of the floods crisis at Wivenhoe Dam
because the relevant senior bureaucrats
were on holiday, documents reveal.


Flood report: Flood report opens gate to lawsuits

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Mon Mar 19, 2012 5:44 pm

Labor trashes good governance
Piers Akerman – Tuesday, March 20, 2012 (5:16am)

There is no such thing as an independent authority under the Gillard Labor-Green-Independent minority government.

Last week the government announced the new heads of two so-called independent bodies, the ABC and the Future Fund.

Former NSW Chief Justice Jim Spigelman was appointed to the ABC position
succeeding businessman Maurice Newman and business leader David Gonski
was appointed to the Future Fund position replacing outgoing inaugural
chairman David Murray.

Continue reading 'Labor trashes good governance'

40 comments...so far...228 comments


Last edited by true lilly on Tue Mar 20, 2012 5:10 pm; edited 1 time in total

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  Billy Ruben on Tue Mar 20, 2012 1:52 am

true lilly wrote:Labor trashes good governance
Piers Akerman – Tuesday, March 20, 2012 (5:16am)

There is no such thing as an independent authority under the Gillard Labor-Green-Independent minority government.

Last week the government announced the new heads of two so-called independent bodies, the ABC and the Future Fund.

Former NSW Chief Justice Jim Spigelman was appointed to the ABC position
succeeding businessman Maurice Newman and business leader David Gonski
was appointed to the Future Fund position replacing outgoing inaugural
chairman David Murray.

Continue reading 'Labor trashes good governance'

40 comments...so far...


Bolt...Ackerman...it'll be Alan Jones next.What do they have in common?,being faggots.
You know Suzy,you have an anti-homosexual stance,yet you quote all these cretins thinking you'll just upset me,but you'd side with them just to upset lefties like me.

I don't mind at all...bemused actually.

How low you sink just to play your pathetic game.

Your heroes are poofs,get over it.But the worst kind,closeted right wingers,kiddy fiddler types,which suits,since you admit to having a computer full of that vile filth.

At least leftie gays are consenting and over the age.Yours are child spirit murdering creeps who applaude war and death,those things you think you stand against.I hate you Suzy Ryan,but when you REALLY UNDERSTAND the reason why,you'd commit suicide or go stark raving mad.

You facilitate the type of mind that, allegedley raped you as a young woman,you support those type of minds...but you never ever see it,do you.

Big shock?...not from where I'm sitting.











Channel comment:
Piers Akerman: "High on Cholesterol, Low on Truth"



Billy Ruben

Posts : 8069
Join date : 2010-03-29
Location : No Fixed Address

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Tue Mar 20, 2012 5:03 pm

Pity Thomson is off sick and can’t comment
Andrew Bolt March 21 2012 (7:56am)

Another thing to make Craig Thomson feel sick.

The ABC reports claims that Thomson, accused of using a union credit card
to pay for prostitutes, turned against a $2.7 million jobs project in his electorate after it refused to hire his ex wife. It has now collapsed:


<blockquote>The company in line to receive the grant, Central Coast Group Training,
is run by Greg Best and Doug Eaton, two independent councillors…


The first twist in the story came in March last year, when Mr Thomson
tried to get his ex-wife a job
at the training company by emailing its
manager. The approach was rejected.


Things got worse in July when Cr Best went on radio and criticised
another government policy, for a GP super clinic to be opened on the
central coast…


As soon as the comments went to air, Mr Thomson responded via text message, saying: “bye bye job incubator."


7.30 has now revealed that was not the only text message; there were
others sent earlier, including one to Cr Eaton, who was mayor at the
time, about who deserved credit for building a local surf club.



“Why would we fund things when you cut us out of publicity? Plenty of
other funding options for the future that aren’t with council,”
it read.

</blockquote>

Thomson refuses to comment.

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  daddlepoms on Tue Mar 20, 2012 8:21 pm

it has to do with posting homoerotic youtube music vids on facebook, then to comment on your own post you post the link to a famous person's facebook page

daddlepoms

Posts : 651
Join date : 2010-06-26
Location : three's a crowd but four's allowed

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Wed Mar 21, 2012 2:36 am

true lilly wrote:Labor trashes good governance
Piers Akerman – Tuesday, March 20, 2012 (5:16am)

There is no such thing as an independent authority under the Gillard Labor-Green-Independent minority government.

Last week the government announced the new heads of two so-called independent bodies, the ABC and the Future Fund.

Former NSW Chief Justice Jim Spigelman was appointed to the ABC position
succeeding businessman Maurice Newman and business leader David Gonski
was appointed to the Future Fund position replacing outgoing inaugural
chairman David Murray.

Continue reading 'Labor trashes good governance'
40 comments...so far...228 comments

Turn the boats back
259 comments

Message to Kim il-Gillard
286 comments

Playing chicken politics on a highway from hell
289 comments

Crims exploit Labor’s border failure
209 comments

Teachers’ union hates excellence
176 comments

Police should charge Fair Work officials
215 comments

Opposition to gay marriage on target
214 comments

Labor only has one policy - target Tony
289 comments

...and the Sifting & Sorting continues...

Since Bolt came out with a 20 year old, and well and truly debunked,

attack on those of Judeo/Christian faith, he lost followers by the fistful.

Making the 'global warning' Lies his soap box for attracting sane thinkers,

was too easy, particularly if he knew in advance, that it's an invented
dogma designed to push (his?) Atheist Religion, and will collapse as the
self evident, globally terrorizing, RELIGIOUS propaganda it is.

It brought him many followers from among the smart, successful people

who are predominately products of the Judeo/Christian teachings that this
great nation was built on.

Yet after his attack on the Judeo/Christian faith, interestingly, he still has

The Trolls of The Politics of ENVY. It's interesting because 'they' 'present as'
the same 'class' of people, he constantly asserts, deserved to be poor,
because they are stupid and lazy, yet they stuck around, long enough
to join him in trashing God.

But then, if like Bolt (who covers so much, and knows even more of,

the corruption that those on the Atheist Left 'got' their money, to invest in
the well paying portfolios, that pay for their children's elite education), they TO,
are peddling the idea that it's stupid to work for a living that the lazy and evil
will simply seduce, blackmail and threaten away from you, well, they would be
enjoying the inside joke, rather than taking insult and leaving.

See, Bolt is not stupid. He knows and makes it clear, that the super wealthy

can afford to protect their wealth, and that it is those who work hard to better
the lot of their children, who's money is funneled into the pockets of the corrupt.

So ultimately, his message reads as;

"you can't beat 'em, so you're stupid if you don't join 'em.",
which is playing right into the hands of those pushing
The Politics of Bitter Envy.

But then, who really knows, other than God, if Bolt's job is to help Sift & Sort,

those who merely give lip service to their faith, as a social and business tool,
and those who do, keep The First Commandment, First and Last.

Bolt made a champion of Clive Palmer; a poster child for his, 'smart people

deserve to be rich', mantra, yet, shock, horror, Clive Palmer then holds a
press conference to announce what I've maintained - the 'Green' Ideologues
and their mankind hating Religions, are a Front of Australia's ENVIOUS Foreign
Enemy Invaders - and suddenly, Bolt decides to side with 'The Stupid Trolls'
from the Left (The 'tin foil hatters' who preach hate of the wealthy), and make
Clive Palmer a target for mockery?

But, the empty, childish ranting and one liner mockery, came from those

Stupid Cackling Atheist and Satanic Trolls, while the smart, educated readers,
shared more of what Clive Palmer introduced; the Very Long planned out,
behind the scenes workings of the, heavily funded, propaganda protected,
propaganda selling 'activists'/Lobbyists of International Politics.

And even more telling of God's Promised Revelations, is how many have seen

and stated the connection between the trashing of the once great nations
built on the Judeo/Christian faith, and the trashing of the Judeo/Christian faith,
that precedes their plunder and collapse.

Particularly, coupled with their awareness of how uniquely rich Australia is,

and how much richer and more productive it would have and still could be,
if it weren't for the lies sold to the world by those of the most ancient religion
that denies The Creator of Life but Worships man/'nature'/earth/dust/DEATH.

The Religion sold to Australian's BY The Bitterly Envious Foreigners who have

trashed and destroyed their own lands, in the countless battles of their ancient
WAR against God.
An insane war driven by a lust to 'kill God by making a liar out of Him', in their
insane belief that they can take This Glorious Land He Promised to preserve for
His Children of the Re-gathered Tribes of Israel.

And The Key to avoiding being tempted to serve and bow to The Beast,

is the understanding that comes with not putting man's word above God's.

As it is God's Word that tells us the whole time line of all the world, but

those who are still deceived by and caught in, The Great, Blinding Apostasy
of the insanely too short, 'out of Egypt' 'time line', can only see The Lie that
The Enemies of Justice and Life so proudly boast of, that we are 'entering'
'the age' of a 'United Nations' One World Government, when in fact, that age
already started crumbling long before the collapsed forerunner of the UN,
The League of Nations.

So please, for your eternal life's sake, don't be deceived any longer, by

the False Bravado of what are in fact, tactics of desperate panic, such as
UN Agenda peddling 'Greens', Bob Brown, recently pitching Australia as
the natural choice for The Global Power Base of 'a/the inevitably coming'
One World Government, but rather, take heart in understanding that
these deeply connected, international power players, would not be coming
out and stating (what 'tintin' has, and has never retracted), and what for 7 years,
none of the violently, bitterly lying trolls have provided a counter argument against;
that Taking Australia For Themselves, Is The Target of The Enemies of Just Life.


CIA threatens Australian coal industry:
Palmer

http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/cia-threatens-australian-coal-industry-palmer-20120320-1vhi7.html#ixzz1pdQdgQ7w

Beg your pardon, Clive?
87 comments

Power price a nation killer
50 comments


Stop Carbon Lies - Home



Humanity needs to protect and look after its natural resources and manage the impacts of industry on the environment and balance that with the need for fuels and minerals. There is no doubt about that!



However,
to use lies and untruths to implement policy and hold on to power is an
insult and threat to the voting taxpayers and consumers, their job security,
cost of living and Australia's economic future.


The Carbon Tax is a policy for political greed,
will keep the support of the Greens for Gillard and
will do NOTHING for climate change.

It will damage the living standards of the Australian voters particulary the low paid.


NEXT RALLY


"GLOBAL WARMING HOAX RALLY"
EXPOSE AND STOP THE CARBON TAX
AN INVITATION TO ALL AUSTRALIANS TO
ATTEND THIS VITAL RALLY IN CANBERRA
brought to you by CATA and the 'NO CARBON TAX RALLY' team.

GUEST SPEAKER: PROFESSOR CLIVE PALMER
Thursday 22nd March 2012
On the lawns of Parliament House, Canberra, 12noon.
http://www.stopcarbonlies.com/page/page/8171759.htm
Curiously, up until late last night, Professor Ian Plimer
was still listed as a Co-Featured Speaker, but not now.

Plimer believes that
climate scientists ignore the science of geology,
its theories and history of the natural world,
exaggerate modern warming levels compared to
previous temperatures in the geological record,
conflate carbon dioxide's impact on climate,
as well as humanity's contribution to carbon dioxide levels.

But:
He has been a staunch critic of creationism in Australia
but it is his critique of global warming science
that has brought him international recognition.


Yet, he still gets ATTACKED BY EVOLUTIONISTS:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Plimer

It's all rather confusing, trying to figure and keep track of
'which side' anyone's one, and yet another reason to KEEP,
The First Commandment First and Last, as God Can't Lie,
and He also told us He would call people to His purpose, including,
cutting off those He raised who deny Him, and hiding and raising
those who don't.

But we can't know the true heart of anyone (that's between God
and every individual human being), so while we are called to
pray for and faithfully serve those with authority over us, our prayers
are worthless if we put our faith in mortal men of authority and power,
above The Creator God we ask to bless them.

Curiously to, it's BOTH the 'young earth' Creation Scientists (who's Judeo/Christian
faith is Bound in putting the insanely too short, 'out of Egypt' 'time line', above
God's Word), AND those who preach The Lies told about what The Bible actually says
('as evidence' that The Bible must be denied), that collapse under the study of
the whole age of this whole world.
The good science, that advances great nations, AND REVEALS
what IS DESCRIBED in Holy Scripture, TO BE TRUE, specifically;
GOD EXISTS and KEEPS ALL HIS PROMISES.

Well, He promised to send us signs and watchmen to witness what they reveal,
and warned us, that it would be during the age when the majority of the world
would have access to much knowledge, but reject the wisdom to understand it,
because they also reject The Holy Saving Spirit of Truth, still there for any who
care to seek it, and, written in The Holy Scriptures of His Living Word.

Jeremiah 29:

For I know 3045 the thoughts 4284 that I think 2803 toward you, saith 5002 the LORD 3068, thoughts 4284 of peace 7965, and not of evil 7451, to give 5414 you an expected 8615 end 319.


Then shall ye call 7121 upon me, and ye shall go 1980 and pray 6419 unto me, and I will hearken 8085 unto you.

And ye shall seek 1245 me, and find 4672 [me], when ye shall search 1875 for me with all your heart 3824.

And I will be found 4672 of you, saith 5002 the LORD 3068: and I will turn away 7725 your captivity 7622 7622, and I will gather 6908 you from all the nations 1471, and from all the places 4725 whither I have driven 5080 you, saith 5002 the LORD 3068; and I will bring you again 7725 into the place 4725 whence I caused you to be carried away captive 1540 .


...but, don't stop there. Search, with All Your Heart:
http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Jer&c=29&v=1&t=KJV#1






true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  Billy Ruben on Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:22 pm

Flying down to Melbourne next week.Want to do lunch Suzy,I'll pay.Best in a public area I suggest.I'd rather smoke and drink with Size of Light from David Icke Forums,but business is business.Don't worry,I won't be packing heat.Bit hard top get through airport security and customs that way.But I'm looking for a pot contact down that way.Might even visit Allen Secher Jensen.Driving home,that's what I'm there for.So,don't flatter yourself it's a hit.I would'nt say a word if it was.Nor would I have spoken in a year if so,those dishes served cold and all that.No Poppy.We're eating.See you then.


Billy Ruben

Posts : 8069
Join date : 2010-03-29
Location : No Fixed Address

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  Billy Ruben on Wed Mar 21, 2012 9:32 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:Flying down to Melbourne next week.Want to do lunch Suzy,I'll pay.Best in a public area I suggest.I'd rather smoke and drink with Size of Light from David Icke Forums,but business is business.Don't worry,I won't be packing heat.Bit hard top get through airport security and customs that way.But I'm looking for a pot contact down that way.Might even visit Allen Secher Jensen.Driving home,that's what I'm there for.So,don't flatter yourself it's a hit.I would'nt say a word if it was.Nor would I have spoken in a year if so,those dishes served cold and all that.No Poppy.We're eating.See you then.



i'D BUY A pound of pot and open shop,if the cops were nicer and this fucking town did'nt run on credit.Cash up front kind of guy I am.

This town needs weed,not alcohol,cigarettes and amphetamine.

But need car.Or I could borrow 5 grand and paint the HR,costing $8,000 all up,but she's worth 30K after that.Fully restored HR Premiere 186S,
stroker motor,retrimmed interior,big bucket seats,like lounge chairs,drive for fourteen hours without even squirming,such is the comfort.

We'll see.

.357 automags are going for $3,200...ammo being thr problem without reloaders.
Glocks are good to go as you've covered.Lots of ammo too.Just whack a cop each week.

Yes,sounds good.


thumbs up


Billy Ruben

Posts : 8069
Join date : 2010-03-29
Location : No Fixed Address

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  Billy Ruben on Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:47 am

Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:Flying down to Melbourne next week.Want to do lunch Suzy,I'll pay.Best in a public area I suggest.I'd rather smoke and drink with Size of Light from David Icke Forums,but business is business.Don't worry,I won't be packing heat.Bit hard top get through airport security and customs that way.But I'm looking for a pot contact down that way.Might even visit Allen Secher Jensen.Driving home,that's what I'm there for.So,don't flatter yourself it's a hit.I would'nt say a word if it was.Nor would I have spoken in a year if so,those dishes served cold and all that.No Poppy.We're eating.See you then.



i'D BUY A pound of pot and open shop,if the cops were nicer and this fucking town did'nt run on credit.Cash up front kind of guy I am.

This town needs weed,not alcohol,cigarettes and amphetamine.

But need car.Or I could borrow 5 grand and paint the HR,costing $8,000 all up,but she's worth 30K after that.Fully restored HR Premiere 186S,
stroker motor,retrimmed interior,big bucket seats,like lounge chairs,drive for fourteen hours without even squirming,such is the comfort.

We'll see.

.357 automags are going for $3,200...ammo being thr problem without reloaders.
Glocks are good to go as you've covered.Lots of ammo too.Just whack a cop each week.

Yes,sounds good.


thumbs up




I do trust you won't need muzzling and tying down to stop you from scratching my eyes out,

If you agree to lunch?






Billy Ruben

Posts : 8069
Join date : 2010-03-29
Location : No Fixed Address

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  daddlepoms on Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:43 am

Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:Flying down to Melbourne next week.Want to do lunch Suzy,I'll pay.Best in a public area I suggest.I'd rather smoke and drink with Size of Light from David Icke Forums,but business is business.Don't worry,I won't be packing heat.Bit hard top get through airport security and customs that way.But I'm looking for a pot contact down that way.Might even visit Allen Secher Jensen.Driving home,that's what I'm there for.So,don't flatter yourself it's a hit.I would'nt say a word if it was.Nor would I have spoken in a year if so,those dishes served cold and all that.No Poppy.We're eating.See you then.



i'D BUY A pound of pot and open shop,if the cops were nicer and this fucking town did'nt run on credit.Cash up front kind of guy I am.

This town needs weed,not alcohol,cigarettes and amphetamine.

But need car.Or I could borrow 5 grand and paint the HR,costing $8,000 all up,but she's worth 30K after that.Fully restored HR Premiere 186S,
stroker motor,retrimmed interior,big bucket seats,like lounge chairs,drive for fourteen hours without even squirming,such is the comfort.

We'll see.

.357 automags are going for $3,200...ammo being thr problem without reloaders.
Glocks are good to go as you've covered.Lots of ammo too.Just whack a cop each week.

Yes,sounds good.


thumbs up




I do trust you won't need muzzling and tying down to stop you from scratching my eyes out,

If you agree to lunch?






adore this post bro, just adore it

I only wish I were the suzy to your billy

I've been under constant threat from the people around me, it's fuckin brutal

daddlepoms

Posts : 651
Join date : 2010-06-26
Location : three's a crowd but four's allowed

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Thu Mar 22, 2012 3:33 pm

Not a Conversation, but an attempt to drown it
Andrew Bolt March 23 2012 (6:56am)

It costs you $6 million, and takes 26 people to produce it - for just 20,000 readers a day.


Normally the thing with stuff people find worth reading is that you
don’t need a government to spend millions making people read it. But
that’s The Conversation, for you - a university and government-backed blog that leans hard to the Left and shamelessly propagandises:

<blockquote>

(Founder Andrew Jaspan) sees The Conversation as setting the record straight. ‘’There’s a partisan view [on the environment] and it’s a bit of a problem in Australia where some outlets are quite sceptical so you are getting a view that is mediated by people’s perspective on climate change.’’

</blockquote>

You know, like the ABC, The Age, the Sydney Morning Herald, the Courier Mail,
the universities, the SBS, the schools, the Labor party, the CSIRO,
the Punch, GetUp, Greenpeace and all those other institutions dominated by
sceptics, stopping the flow of the warmist message.(sarc)



But that’s the Left:
when you can’t win an argument on the facts,
spend even more on the propaganda.

And, of course, on those who write it.

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  daddlepoms on Thu Mar 22, 2012 3:40 pm

out & out rigg doggle me

daddlepoms

Posts : 651
Join date : 2010-06-26
Location : three's a crowd but four's allowed

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Thu Mar 22, 2012 3:54 pm

Jail-taught jihadist dead

Andrew Bolt March 23 2012 (5:25am)

(but we've all noticed,
that while Bolt just had to do a big post,
slagging off ALL Christian's WITH a 20 YEAR OLD,
and EVEN LONGER AGO DEBUNKED,
Book of CHILDISH PROPAGANDA,
even he just can't bring himself to
slag off ALL ISLAMICS, but only nod at a few
OF THE BILLIONS DEVOTED TO THAT
ADMITTEDLY RECENT, MAN INVENTED,
RELIGION THAT PREACHES AND
CARRIES OUT SLAUGHTER)





A jihadist who thought shooting unarmed children honored his faith is now shot himself:


<blockquote>In a dramatic end to a 32-hour standoff, a masked
French SWAT team slipped into the apartment of an Islamist extremist
Thursday, sparking a firefight that ended with the suspect jumping out the window and being shot dead in the head.


Mohamed Merah, 23, was wanted in the deaths of three French
paratroopers, three Jewish schoolchildren and a rabbi — all killed since
March 11 in what Merah reportedly told police was an attempt to “bring
France to its knees.”

</blockquote>


Of course, easy to be wise now. Is the problem that French security
agencies have too many such threats internally, in a nation with 5
million Muslims, to properly monitor them all?



<blockquote>
Mohammed
Merah was on a US no-fly list, an American official has told CNN,
raising further questions about why he was not being more closely
monitored. His connections with militants if Afghanistan and
Pakistan were apparently enough to set off American alarm bells. One of
the major political dangers to Sarkozy is that it emerges French
security services missed signs of how dangerous Merah was.

</blockquote>


With so much monitoring to do, the question now is whether the law
enforcement agencies can afford to make more work for themselves. In
particular, should Muslim chaplaincies and conversions in prisons really
be encouraged or facilitated?:



<blockquote>
Prosecutor Francois Molins says ... Merah had told police he was radicalised while in prison, during which time he began reading the Koran.

</blockquote>

Another example:



<blockquote>
London-born Richard Reid has been sentenced in the United States after
admitting trying to blow up a commercial flight using bombs hidden in
his shoes… (Reid) served sentences in a number of prisons, including
Feltham young offenders’ institution in west London. It was while at Feltham that Reid is said to have converted to Islam.

</blockquote>

Another - the so-called “dirty bomber”:



<blockquote>
In the United States, Jose Padilla, held by the government on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks, converted to Islam in 1992 while in a Florida jail.

</blockquote>

Another:



<blockquote>
The arrest of four Muslim ex-convicts in an alleged homegrown terror
plot in the Bronx is renewing fears about the spread of Islamic
extremism in the nation’s prisons. At
least two of the four men suspected of plotting to bomb synagogues and
shoot down military airplanes converted to Islam behind bars.

</blockquote>

Another:



<blockquote>
Muktar Said Ibrahim converted to Islam in a British prison before involvement in the London Underground bombing plot...

</blockquote>


Another:



<blockquote>
In January 2010, a (US) Senate report warned that up to three dozen Americans that have served time in prison are in Yemen, claiming to be studying Arabic. They were described as “blond-haired, blue-eyed types,” and are suspected of joining Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.




</blockquote>

Another:

<blockquote>
Jose Emilio Suarez Trashorras was detained and accused of supplying
explosives to the authors of the Madrid Attack in March 11, 2004… (and)
was sentenced to 25 years in prison for the death of 192 persons… First
arrested for minor crimes, then converted and radicalized behind bars.

</blockquote>

Another:



<blockquote>
Safe
Bourada, an Algerian citizen who was involved in the Paris’ terrorist
attack in 1995… indoctrinated a dozen of prisoners to Salafism. After their release from prison, they constituted the core of Bourada terrorist cell.

</blockquote>


New South Wales, 2007:



<blockquote>THE
NSW Government has launched a prison crackdown on a group of the
state’s most dangerous criminals who have converted to Islam.


The targets are held in the highest security jail in Australia, the
Super Max facility inside the walls of Goulburn jail, where one in three
of the inmates is a Muslim fundamentalist or a convert…



The 37 Super Max inmates, including backpacker serial killer Ivan Milat,
have committed 48 murders and are serving combined sentences of 550
years. Now 12 of them claim adherence to Islam and form a close-knit
culture in the purpose-built jail within a jail.

</blockquote>


Queensland, 2008:



<blockquote>
Detective Acting Chief Superintendent John Sheppard said ... some
prisoners who converted to fundamentalist strains of Islam, such as
Wahabi and Salafist, had been investigated.


“There are probably less than half a dozen in the last three years we
have looked at and that was largely because they had a quiet intensity
about them and made statements sympathetic to terrorist groups or acts,”
said Chief Supt Sheppard, head of the Queensland police security
intelligence branch…



Up
to 70 prisoners across the Queensland prison and community corrections
system have claimed to or have converted to Islam in the past three
years. They are all male, mostly housed in the southeast Queensland jails and come from disadvantaged backgrounds.

</blockquote>


On the other hand, or not:



<blockquote>INMATES
in the UK are converting to Islam in order to gain perks and the
protection of powerful Muslim gangs, Britain’s Chief Inspector of
Prisons warns today. Dame Ann Owers says that some convicted
criminals are taking up the religion in jail to receive benefits only
available to practising Muslims.


The number of Muslim prisoners has risen dramatically since the
mid-1990s - from 2,513 in 1994, or 5 per cent of the population, to
9,795 in 2008, or 11 per cent. ..




She says that prison staff are suspicious about those practising or
converting to the faith and warns that treating Muslim inmates as
potential or actual extremists risks radicalising them. The report says:
“Many Muslim prisoners stressed the positive and rehabilitative role
that Islam played in their lives, and the calm that religious observance
could induce in a stressed prison environment.

</blockquote>

Despite that kind of hand waving, prison authorities in NSW have already
moved to stop extremists from preaching in jail, not least to
Aboriginal inmates. More might be needed.

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Thu Mar 22, 2012 4:25 pm


Defence hits the eject button






A BRAWL between Stephen Smith and the military has overshadowed the
quiet departure of six top civilian officials and a senior RAAF officer.





  • Bolt: Reckless minister has no defence

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  true lilly on Thu Mar 22, 2012 4:47 pm

The superannuation gravy train
10 comments



Quelle surprise! Businesses are just now expressing concern about
the costs of the increase in the superannuation guarantee from 9 to 12
per cent. Where were the business lobby groups since this policy was
proposed years ago. Catallaxy readers have seen this topic being
discussed many times over the past two years. See for example: here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.


But it only seems now, at the 11th hour, that businesses are waking up to the full implications of increasing the superannuation guarantee.

Let’s face it, the business lobby groups are hopelessly conflicted.
Heather Ridout, for example, was the head of the Australian Industry
Group but enjoyed a position on the board of Australian Super. As has
been noted in a number of Catallaxy blogs, Union leaders enjoy
comfortable and well remunerated positions as trustees of superannuation
funds.


This is the principal-agent problem writ large and in three
directions. The Government is not representing the interests of
taxpayers. Business lobby groups are not representing the interests of
businesses. And Unions are not representing the interests of workers.


Now these cowboys – who have over invested in unlisted property trusts – want more money.

Increasing the superannuation guarantee is one of the worst and most
destructive policies introduced by this government. As Judith has noted,
it was not recommended by the Henry review. As I have noted, it would
lead to people having higher incomes in retirement than during their
working lives (if, that is, the funds have been wisely invested and earn
a descent return – something that cannot be assumed over the typical
working life of today’s younger workers).


The burden of the measure falls on the workers, increasing the cost
of employing them and (other things being equal) a lower rate of
employment growth. This is a job destroying policy.


Frankly, I’m appalled at this disaster of a policy. If Australia has a
superannuation problem, it is because we have too much money tied up in
superannuation.

__________
...and a BITTERLY ENVIOUS, GOD HATING Population
in a BITTERLY ENVIOUS GOD HATING WORLD!

true lilly

Posts : 6205
Join date : 2010-01-02
Age : 55
Location : VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  Billy Ruben on Thu Mar 22, 2012 7:26 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:Flying down to Melbourne next week.Want to do lunch Suzy,I'll pay.Best in a public area I suggest.I'd rather smoke and drink with Size of Light from David Icke Forums,but business is business.Don't worry,I won't be packing heat.Bit hard top get through airport security and customs that way.But I'm looking for a pot contact down that way.Might even visit Allen Secher Jensen.Driving home,that's what I'm there for.So,don't flatter yourself it's a hit.I would'nt say a word if it was.Nor would I have spoken in a year if so,those dishes served cold and all that.No Poppy.We're eating.See you then.



i'D BUY A pound of pot and open shop,if the cops were nicer and this fucking town did'nt run on credit.Cash up front kind of guy I am.

This town needs weed,not alcohol,cigarettes and amphetamine.

But need car.Or I could borrow 5 grand and paint the HR,costing $8,000 all up,but she's worth 30K after that.Fully restored HR Premiere 186S,
stroker motor,retrimmed interior,big bucket seats,like lounge chairs,drive for fourteen hours without even squirming,such is the comfort.

We'll see.

.357 automags are going for $3,200...ammo being thr problem without reloaders.
Glocks are good to go as you've covered.Lots of ammo too.Just whack a cop each week.

Yes,sounds good.


thumbs up




I do trust you won't need muzzling and tying down to stop you from scratching my eyes out,

If you agree to lunch?







You could at least honour me with a rejection,at least.

Lunch?

Next week.



Billy Ruben

Posts : 8069
Join date : 2010-03-29
Location : No Fixed Address

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: And Labor still thinks Rudd is the bigger scandal

Post  Sponsored content Today at 10:17 am


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Page 6 of 7 Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7  Next

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum