Andrew Wilkie warns Parliament that Australia is becoming a police state

This is a must view video for all Australians with Independent MP Andrew Wilkie exposing the police state government we live under explaining each section of deprivation of your freedom in his speech to parliament December 2015.

You now have information we are a police state and make an informed decision at the next Federal election polling booth to return your Australia from a police state run by decades of a duopoly government system, to the democratic Australia handed to you by your forefathers that you have voted away.

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Posted on December 31, 2015, in Agenda 2030, agenda21, big brother, Corporate Government, corruption, Dairy farmers, Election, Farmers, Farming, Federal Politics, New World Order, People Control, Police, Politicians, Politics and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. The way I see police behaviour at bush fire events where they close roads and won’t let locals back in and sometimes won’t even allow uniformed volunteers to pass and we the locals are quite aware that our local firies have the situation well under control then yes it is getting like a police state. At a fire here a couple of years ago I had been to a village hall meeting and was coming home down our track which is a dead end with our place at the end and I flagged down a highway patrol car coming out from our place. He didn’t want to stop but I insisted and asked him why he was down there, his reply, “we’re police, we can do what we like”, with that my wife tried to speak and he told her to “shut your mouth” before he raced off. Like I say “police state”, the biggest problem is the law that says “it is an offence to disobey a uniformed police officer” so you could very soon end up in handcuffs

  2. I have heard many recent stories of police intimidation and brutality in NEW and QLD. Seems to me the police have been trained in a manner that results in domineering and aggressive attitudes towards people. They also appear to lack any real understanding of law.

    I’m here on my first visit to NZ and was amazed to learn that the police do not carry guns! John’s anecdote is sadly not at all uncommon in this increasingly police state nation.

    I am wondering however which Act states that “it is an offence to disobey a uniformed police officer”? Actually there are case law precedents in various State Supreme Courts that show otherwise. I foresee more law suits against police departments for their increasingly violent and unlawful behaviour.

    I’m certainly not anti-police. Our society needs them and in many cases they serve the community honourably. I’m just concerned at the growing trend towards American style aggression and arrogance within our police services. I’ve heard people refer to them as the biggest armed gang in Australia. And when you see all the police corruption reports emerging you can see why. And then there’s the whole protecting the guilty and corrupt within the ranks, eg the Sergeant Rick Flori case.

    It’s high time Australians woke up and started paying more attention to the removal of their liberty and to the aggressive rise of the Australian Police State.

  3. George Drysdale

    Andrew Wilkie got it right indicated by the absence in the house of the perpetrators from the duopoly parties who are allergic to the truth.

    The pretense that our security requires great cloaks of secrecy, it does not. Bit by bit perceptively our politicians and media play on our darkest fears, we are robbed of our freedom and I quote Martin Luther King – “Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter”.

    We need a government of Andrew Wilkies to have any chance of reclaiming what is left of Australia back to the people.

    How will you vote at the coming election, will you voter out the duopoly?

    There is nothing to lose when you are at rock bottom and you have a chance to shake the shit out of the bastards who have stolen our children’s freedom and given each Australian $30,000 debt.

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