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23 Aug 2016

Is Philippines President Duterte A Serial Killer?

More proof idiots elect idiots. Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte has so far killed 1800 people in 7 weeks on the grounds that somebody thinks they could be an addict or drug dealer. Duterte is a lawyer and to get around the Philippines ban on capital punishment, in force since 2006, he instructed police and vigilantes to kill 'pushers and addicts' in extra judicial executions without trial. Duterte claimed publicly to have shot a fellow student while in law school.
For a person of any nationality with a law degree to declare one section of their society can start murdering another section of their society with impunity is completely criminal. Duterte is just a gutter criminal.

At left we see Duterte using the mind-altering drug alcohol. Will his murdering thugs start shooting alcoholics after they have cleaned-up the so-called 'addicts'? And what about breweries, will they be burned to the ground as well?
The problem with this blood bath style of low IQ populism is it has no end. Duterte has legalised murder, he has murderers walking the streets and on the public payroll, he is a murderer himself for ordering the killings.
As they say in Asia and on the rest of the planet 'live by the sword, die by the sword'.


Its criminal for the Australian telco Telstra use the Philippines for it's call centers. Because the Philippines is in the same time zone as Australia is no reason for Telstra to support an anarchist like Rodrigo Duterte.
If Telstra is so determined to undermine the Australian economy then why don't they put their call centers in Papua New Guinea, a country that needs jobs and an opportunity to develop it's economy? Australians need to vote with their feet. If Telstra are using a criminal regime that has enshrined anarchy then why use Telstra as your service provider?

10 Aug 2016

ABS Blames Hackers For Crashing The Census

Who saw this coming? Certainly not the Australian Bureau of Statistics who spent census day (Tuesday August 9) reassuring Australians how safe their data will be, only to have most of the census data fail to reach their system.
"It was an attack, and we believe from overseas," chief statistician David Kalisch told ABC radio on Wednesday.
"It was quite clear it was malicious."
The site was targeted by four denial of service (DoS) attacks, he told the ABC.
Interesting, because no DoS activity was detected in Australia on Tuesday August 9.

On Wednesday August 10 the Digital Attack Map still shows no DoS activity for Australia.
The Bureau of Meteorology Hack
Less than a year ago China was blamed for a massive hack on the Aussie weather bureau.
The thing is, government agencies like the Signals Directorate and the Australian Cyber Security Centre are not able to trace where these attacks are coming from and are unable to prove who is behind them.
Doesn't this make David Kalisch's assurances about the security of personal data harvested by the ABS, including names and addresses, just a lot of hot air?
Kalisch can't name whoever carried out the census night attack on the ABS computers so how can he claim our data is safe if most of it got lost in cyberspace between our homes and his computers?
The ABS Are Chronic Liars
This interesting article tracks the lies the ABS has been telling the Australian public. This is a department that is unsupervised and out of control.

31 Jul 2016

MH370 - Ditched Into The Indian Ocean As Revenge Against Razak Najib

Tonights 60 Minutes program in Australia provided compelling evidence that Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 was ditched into the Southern Ocean under full control of one pilot.
Uniform water damage on the underside of a Boeing 777 flaperon discovered on Reunion Island in the West Indian Ocean has identical damage to a 777 wing flap found in Tanzania in June 2016.
These components can only be manually lowered during flight. That means human involvement in the ditching of the aircraft, and brings us back to the mental state of the pilots of the missing aircraft. Exactly where we were 2 years ago.
Pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was politically active, a supporter of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim and was in the courtroom as Anwar was sentenced to 5 years prison on false charges by corrupt dictator Najib Razak. He ditched the aircraft later that night, only hours after the sentencing of Anwar.
Data recovered from Shah's home flight simulator shows an identical flight path to the Southern Indian Ocean. Shah had deleted this flight data from his simulator. This has been known since 2014 and with the new evidence appears to implicate the older pilot.
Shah's daughter said her father was 'lost and disturbed' and his marriage was on the rocks.
It could easily have been the orchestrated trial of Anwar that pushed Zaharie Shah over the edge. What other explanation is there at the present time? None.
Malaysian Airlines was majority owned by the Malaysian Government in 2014 and that government is run by one of the most corrupt dictators on Earth - Razak Najib.
Also in 2014 we read that copilot Fariq Abdul Hamid tried to make a 'desperate call' just before the plane vanished.
If you put together what was known in 2014 with what is known now, it's hard not to come to the conclusion this was the work of one pilot. This could well be a 'case closed' for the ill-fated flight MH370.
Watch the 60 Minutes segment here:

26 Jul 2016

George Brandis - Paid Not To Know About Government Child Abuse

He's Australia's attorney general and he has access to the end points of every phone call, SMS and email in Australia but he doesn't know what his own party is doing to children in detention?
His own party? Yes, the Country Liberal Party of the Northern Territory is a sub-set of the Liberal Party. Look at the Indigenous Affairs Minister in Brandis's own government? (see story below) The Northern Territory is not a state so the Commonwealth has much more influence in it's affairs.

Nigel Scullion's Pathetic Record As Indigenous Affairs Minister

The 'Australia's Shame ' 4Corners program on Monday July 25 brings into focus the Minister for Indigenous Affairs Nigel Scullion. Scullion is a member of the Country Liberal Party who currently run the Northern Territory. Aboriginal incarceration rates are consistently high and have skyrocketed under Scullions watch. The juvenile justice system locks-up 26 times more indigenous than non indigenous children. Scullion has to go.

Scullion claims he has no control over rates of aboriginal incarceration but we ask 'why the hell is he collecting a fat paypacket as indigenous affairs minister if he can't help the Aboriginal people?'
British-born Scullion is currently Australian Indigenous Affairs Minister and has been since 2013 under both the Abbott and Turnbull governments. Having a Brit run indigenous affairs must be highly insulting to every Australian indigenous person given the Brits carried-out almost total genocides of Aboriginals in many parts of Australia such as Tasmania. Isn't this the same as having a counter terrorism unit run by a Moslem?  Likewise another 'Royal Commission'. Why would Turnbull hold an inquiry into his own corrupt, brutal party of sadists?It's time to get rid of conservative imported seat-warmers like Nigel Scullion.
Didn't know, didn't ask: Indigenous Affairs Minister Nigel Scullion's startling admission 
Scullion claims the detention centre footage had not 'piqued' his interest and he had more important things to do than watch the footage - like dining out.

25 Jul 2016

Census 2016: Australians who don't complete form over privacy concerns face fines

Australian Bureau of Statistics fear boycott of census as privacy advocates say decision to retain names and addresses puts personal information at risk
From the Guardian

Australians who refuse to answer questions in the 2016 census over privacy concerns surrounding the retention of their personal information could face heavy fines.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) announced in December 2015 it was planning to retain name and address information in the upcoming census in order to create a “richer and dynamic statistical picture” of Australia.
2016 is census year! But you can stick your census in your ear, you won't get any data here
Brenda the Civil Disobedience Penguin is worried. Just because we have given away so much of our privacy already doesn’t mean we should keep giving it away
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But privacy and civil rights groups have criticised the decision, which they say constitutes a serious invasion of privacy and put Australians’ personal information at risk. The retention of name and address information – coupled with the other personal information Australians disclose in the census – provides an enormous amount of personal information. Previously, name and address information was removed from the census data.

Some groups, including the Australian Privacy Foundation, have said the ABS failed to explain the changes and called on it to reverse the decision. The foundation’s vice chair, Kat Lane, said Australians would be “alarmed by this sneaky change to the way their personal information will now be stored”.

The blowback from civil liberties groups has alarmed the ABS and raised concerns about the potential for a boycott of the census on privacy grounds.

But failing or refusing to answer a question in the census can be an offence under the Census and Statistics Act 1905 if a person receives a direction from the ABS to complete a form.

Although the maximum penalty is one penalty unit – a $180 fine – a person could receive a series of directions relating to the completion of a single census form, potentially significantly increasing the fine.

A spokesman for the ABS said: “Australians traditionally show strong support for the census and the need to enforce penalties is rare. The ABS prefers to seek the willing cooperation of respondents. However, it is sometimes necessary to use the legislative provisions, in order to maintain the integrity of ABS statistics.
Census will allow Australians to identify as 'other' for both sex and gender
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“For the 2011 census, there were 1,282 notices of direction issued and 78 prosecution actions approved.”

One of the concerns raised over the retention of the additional personal information was how securely that information would be stored.

The ABS said it conducted a privacy impact assessment but the Australian Privacy Foundation said it was a flawed process and was not an independent assessment.

The ABS has also addressed the question of whether the information could be provided to third parties.

While the government could make regulations at some future point to allow information from the census to be disclosed to a third party, a section in the act prevents information of a “personal or domestic” nature if it is likely to enable identification of a person.
Australia's census to go online in 2016
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A spokesman for the ABS said the section “precludes the minister from creating an instrument that authorises the disclosure of personal information and/or identifiers, and precludes the ABS from sharing any form of personal information with any other government department, tribunal or law court”.

While the proposal initially appeared to be to collect the names and addresses for an indefinite period, the Australian statistician David Kalisch wrote in Fairfax Media on Friday that he planned to permanently destroy the name and address information by August 2020.

He wrote that the names and addresses would be removed from other personal household information and stored in a separate database in order to provide an additional safeguard.

The date of the census is 9 August.

21 Jul 2016

MH370 - We've Been Looking In the Wrong Place WTF?

Today we read the Dutch company hired to locate the wreck of Malaysian Airlines MH370 admits they have been looking in the wrong place.
"MH370 disappeared in March 2014 with 239 passengers and crew aboard en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur. Searchers led by engineering group Fugro have been combing an area roughly the size of Greece for two years."
It appears the aircraft may have been gliding for up to another 200kms, possibly under human control.
This raises some interesting questions about the role Australia played in what is a Malaysian domestic issue. Australia is spending well over $1billion a year on so called 'intelligence' yet have failed to notice that Malaysian PM Razak Najib is a thief and murderer who is leading one of the most corrupt nations on Earth. Sleepwalking Australian politicians from both major parties carry-on as if Malaysian corruption is completely normal. Malaysia is not a normal country and the Australians onboard MH370 should have been warned how pathetic Malaysia is. The Malaysian government was the majority owner of Malaysian Airlines when MH370 disappeared.
Of the 239 passengers aboard the doomed flight only 6 were Australians. That's 2.5% of the passenger list yet Australia under Tony Abbott became a key player and financier of the search. So far the search has cost $180million making it the most expensive in aviation history.
The Australian government travel advisor Smarttraveller currently warns of 'piracy' in the Singapore Straits, blissfully unaware that the Malaysian government is itself involved in the massive piracy of the entire country's wealth. Just Google '1MDB' to see what we mean? So much for Australia even having an 'intelligence community' if they are so out of touch with reality they are enticing Australian travelers to their deaths on board tin-pot airlines like Malaysia's. Three months ago Byron Bailey at the Australian predicted the plane had overshot the search area. He also invoked corruption in Malaysia. In his words 'Perhaps the ­Malaysian Prime Minister could donate some of the $US681 million ($884m) mysteriously ­deposited into his personal bank accounts to the cost of the search for which the Australian taxpayer is funding an excessive amount?'
Happy Birthday Razak Najib.
The fact is Najib and his racially-based Malay UMNO Party has countless domestic and foreign enemies. Any one of scores of groups or individuals have it in for the thieving cartel running Malaysia and especially Sarawak. Najib was closely implicated in the brutal murder of Mongolian translator Shaariibuugiin Altantuyaa who was blown to pieces with C4 plastic explosives while pregnant.
Some of Najib's most dubious work involves massive kickbacks from Saudi Arabia involving the alleged control of ISIS. This is international organised crime at it's worst and the truth is probably that the Saudis and Najib are funding ISIS. Saturday 23 is Najib's birthday. Hopefully he won't have too many more to come.
To Australian intelligence organisations. Stop protecting corrupt operatives like Taib and Najib and work out who is really funding Islamic State.
Search to be 'suspended' or is that 'abandoned'? July 22 2016

25 Jun 2016

Why isn't the erosion of our democracy an election issue?

Greg Barns at Independent Australia
Criminal lawyer and spokesperson for the Australian Lawyers Alliance, Greg Barns, looks at the erosion of rights over the course of the past three years by the ALP and Coalition and argues this should be an election issue.

It has had little or no coverage in this interminably long Federal election campaign, but the erosion of human rights – and therefore our democracy – in Australia should be an issue discussed as we head to the polls in a few days.

Over the course of the last three years, the Coalition parties supported generally by the ALP, have eroded the right to freedom of speech, undermined the right to privacy and increased the capacity of security agencies and the bureaucracy to operate without proper independent scrutiny. All of these measures have been legislated in the name of the so-called "War on Terror" or what is termed “border control”.

On their own, each of these measures has provoked disquiet, and even outrage, among those committed to human rights and the rule of law, but when examined cumulatively the assault on democracy since 2013 has been breathtaking.

It is critical that we ask ourselves this question before we cast a vote on July 2: What other draconian measures has the ALP and the Coalition got in mind to legislate over the next three years, and which of those parties and individuals running for Senate spots will support them?

It is worth recalling each of the anti-democratic measures that now sit on the statute books in this country courtesy of the majority of the politicians we elected in 2013.

First, there are the amendments made to the Commonwealth Crimes Act in 2014, which allow ASIO to label an operation a “controlled operation”. This means ASIO agents can commit criminal offences and civil wrongs such as burglaries, assaults, kidnapping and frauds knowing they will not be prosecuted. Only murder, sexual assaults and serious assaults are out of bounds.

These operations are secret, so that any person, including the media, who reveals anything about such an operation faces up to five or ten years imprisonment depending on whether they acted recklessly or intentionally. Only some Independents in the Senate – such as Nick Xenophon, David Leyonhjelm and John Madigan – voted with the Greens to oppose this law.

Similarly, being sheltered from scrutiny through the criminalisation of free speech are those who run the notorious immigration detention centre system. The Australian Border Force Act was passed last year with only the Greens opposing it. As we know this law makes it a criminal offence for any person working in immigration detention, with few exceptions, to reveal what happens in these awful places.

Even doctors are not protected, as revelations about the Australian Federal Police spying on Peter Young, a prominent doctor who worked in the centres and who has publicly aired his disquiet over mistreatment of asylum seekers, shows.

Then there was the extraordinary law that allows the Federal government to know whom it is each and everyone of us communicates with by phone, email, Facebook and any other electronic format over the previous 2 years. The Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Act was supported by the ALP but not by most of the Independents and Greens.

Stripping Australians as young as 14 of citizenship is now possible, courtesy of our politicians. And worse than that it is done by a minister, not through an independent and rigorous court process. The opposition to this Bill came from Independents and Greens, with even the so called left of the ALP too frightened to stand up for a fundamental tenet of the rule of law in a democracy — that only independent courts should be allowed to decide grave questions such as citizenship.

7 Jun 2016

IFA President Rob de Fegely Appointed Chair of Forestry Tasmania

de Fegely
Logging industry insider and President of the Institute of Foresters Australia (IFA) Rob de Fegely has been appointed chair of Forestry Tasmania (FT). The appointment will be a continuation of the cronyism at FT and also the systematic environmental degradation of Tasmania. FT is a free-form, quasi-government organisation that runs at a loss. FT works to 'sterilise' Tasmania's forests with slash and burn log extraction to supply the Asian Timber Mafia-controlled Ta Ann with immature 'peeler billets'. They also used the worlds best carbon storing forests as wood chips for the insatiable Asian pulp market. De Fegely will continue the corrupt relationships while striving to green wash FT with FSC certification. There could even be 'inducements' for de Fegely from the Taib cartel if he pulls-off full FSC for the Sarawak palm oil crooks. Rob is in creepy company on the IFA board with ex-Forestry Tasmania ancient tree-killer Bob Gordon and his right hand man Hans Drielsma keeping him company.
The IFA's main crime in 2016 is the destruction of the Great Barrier Reef by changing Australia's climate. There is no difference between carbon released from trees and from coal which is just fossilised trees. The IFA were asked to explain the difference but failed to respond.

From the Mercury Forestry Tasmania has a new chairman, Forestry Minister Peter Gutwein announced this morning.
Almost six months after former Forestry boss Bob Annels stepped down, Mr Gutwein has announced Rob de Fegely has assumed the role.
“Mr de Fegely has 36 years of experience in the Australian forestry industry,” Mr Gutwein said.
“Mr de Fegely is a co-chair of the Commonwealth Government’s Forest Industry Advisory Council and national president of the Institute of Foresters of Australia, a past director of VicForests, and was previously the non-executive chairman of Cape York Timber.
“Mr de Fegely is a registered professional forester and has a bachelor of science degree from the Australian National University and master of science (forest business management) from Aberdeen University in the UK.”
Mr Gutwein said Mr de Fegely had extensive project and consulting experience with both Government and corporate clients throughout Australia and New Zealand and had travelled and worked extensively throughout Asia and North America.

30 May 2016

Why Does Australia Support Gross Corruption In Malaysia?

How long before Australia wakes-up to the fact we are bankrolling the most corrupt people on Earth?
Case in point: Sarawak potentate Taib Mahumud, educated under the Colombo plan at taxpayers expense. Today Australian taxpayers still subsidise timber for one of Taib's proxy ventures called Ta Ann Tasmania. This company pays no tax but still gets handouts from the Australian and Tasmanian governments.
Take a look at how the Sarawak Mafia live?
From Sarawak Report

This was the nice little prezzie that Taib bought his young wife to celebrate their 5th anniversary and his 80th birthday last weekend.
35 year old Ragad’s 5th anniversary present – a RM1.5 million Bentley

After all, there have to be compensations for having a husband half a century older than yourself and for a certain type of lady a new RM1.5 million Bentley clearly does the trick – even if the family garage is already stuffed with endless other variations on the same theme.

19 May 2016

Blatant Political Censorship At The Launceston Examiner

The 'leftist' tag doesn't apply to Fairfax newspaper the Launceston Examiner. The small town rag is blatantly pro-Liberal and appears to be a mouthpiece for Premier Hodgman's spin doctor Martin Gilmour, years after Gilmour left the Examiner. We are used to overt conservative favoritism from the 'Geriatric Media' at News Ltd, where Rupert treats the Australian public like play dough.
Take the Examiner's handling of the Hodgman government's 'workplace invasion' laws? These laws have failed to even reach court. It appears the laws are unusable because they are so poorly-worded. This went unnoticed by mental dwarf Will Hodgman and his team of head nodders when they passed the laws like automatons.

The small-town tire-spinners at the Examiner had about 4 attempts at publishing this story, even opening it to comments - which they then refused to publish.
Check this out?

It's a screen grab from a comment the micro-brained Examiner failed to publish - for no reason. They solicit comments but are too gutless to publish them.
Which is why Inside Tasmania exists. These mentally crippled media manipulators have been holding Tasmania back for too many decades. They need a paradigm shift to bring Tasmania into the 21st Century. Murdoch has created a country with a backwards government buried under a mountain of debt they can never repay, and for the Fairfax media to join this nation-crippling agenda is a crime against journalism and all Australians. Report the news and stop massaging it Launceston Examiner and Hobart Mercury?