Category Archives: political spin
by Peter Gargan
Simeon Boikov AKA Aussie Cossack was remanded in custody by a Magistrate at the Burwood Magistrates Court in Sydney on Thursday May 19, 2022.
So far Cairns News has not been able to discover what offence he committed if any and the charges he faces.
It is time we got some lawyers in the Commonwealth who know the law as well as they know the Judges and Magistrates. The Police Prosecutor and the lawyer for Simeon Boikov put the Magistrate and Police in harms way because since 2002 S 268:12 Criminal Code Act 1995 (CTH) has been doubtful among the Laws of the Commonwealth and it gives sharks teeth to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights because it makes a breach of Article 9 and 14 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights a serious indictable offence carrying seventeen years imprisonment.
Further S 268:20 Criminal Code Act 1995 (CTH) adds another seventeen years to the charge as it is enlivened when S 268:12 Criminal Code Act 1995 (CTH) kicks in. S 268:12 Criminal Code Act 1995 (CTH) bans imprisonment or other severe deprivation of physical liberty and S 268:20 Criminal Code Act 1995 (CTH) bans persecution.
Simeon Boikov is being persecuted as a larrikan.
In 2016 the Federal Court of Australia with 36 Judges sitting together on the 7th November 2016 made the Federal Court (Criminal Proceedings) Rules 2016. Under those Rules are prescribed forms CP14 and CP15 which allow anyone when authorised by the Parliament of the Commonwealth in S 13 Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) to allege by ex-officio indictment in the Federal Court of Australia that an offence has been committed against the Laws of the Commonwealth and since the Judges have made those forms, it must be assumed they intended them to be used.
Attempts by various people to use those forms have so far been frustrated by people who call themselves Judicial Registrars and one has yet to be accepted. In point of fact the use of such forms on behalf of Simeon Boikov would mean that a form of Habeas Corpus exercised by the Federal Court of Australia has been created that attracts no filing fee whatsoever as the accused would have to prove to the Federal Court of Australia the detention was not arbitrary.
Further the common law declared in S 4B and S4J Crimes Act 1914 (Cth) provides a formula for converting a Commonwealth term of imprisonment into a pecuniary penalty. The pecuniary penalty for the State of New South Wales for having its agent the Magistrate and its Police Service for seventeen years imprisonment for the Body Corporate that is the State of New South Wales is $1,070,000 for each offence. The Magistrate personally could be liable for $214,000 for each offence. So too the Police Prosecutor. As the aggrieved person Simeon Boikov would be entitled to those sums for every day he is confined by reference to S 4K Crimes Act 1914 (Cth).
So where do we get a lawyer to check this out and trot down to the Federal Court of Australia and get Simeon Boikov out of jail and handsomely compensated for his inconvenience? Where are the Bar Association and Law Society when you really need them?
Australian main stream bulldust media quote:
“Just a few hundred conspiracy theorists in Sydney”
Expanding on the thousand + crowd in Sydney are the state by state pictures published by the DailyMail below.
We now await polling booth reports after May 21 to see how the duopoly terms of reference to the Australian Electoral Commission turn out PLUS their vote manipulation programme to secure government at any cost.
A senior Victorian Doctor resigns over health crisis –
by Alison Ryan
Professor John Wilson, a senior doctor at Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital major trauma centre has resigned as deteriorating conditions escalate in Victoria’s healthcare system.
Professor Wilson is responsible for the treatment of patients with different lung disorders, including cystic fibrosis, asthma and pneumonia.
“We’ve got absolutely unacceptable ambulance ramping, staff that are burnt out and unable to service the needs of the community,” he said.
“We’re talking about hospitals that have no beds to put people in who’ve got acute injuries and acute illnesses. We have a terrible and dire situation that is unprecedented.”
Increasingly, the ill and injured are being ferried to hospitals in the back of private cars because there are no ambulances available, as queuing at overcrowded hospitals has at times severely limited paramedics’ ability to respond to new callouts.
Other critically ill Victorians are being resuscitated in corridors and overflowing emergency department waiting rooms.
News that an eight-year-old child has died 21 hours after attending Monash Children’s Hospital’s emergency department with stomach pain is under review.
A man from country Victoria who suffered a cardiac arrest in a hospital bathroom, died after waiting more than three hours for admission into the emergency department at the Bairnsdale Regional Health Service in East Gippsland last month.
“It is a systematic crisis impacting every hospital in the state,” Professor Wilson said, “I love my patients and I love my team, so I feel very sad and struggled with the decision for many months. But if we keep accepting this and nobody makes a stand, then it’ll keep going and get worse. It has to be said that enough is enough.”
He will step down from his role as president of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
Daniel Andrews continues to ignore the triple-zero crisis. The Victorian Premier has refused to reveal whether he had read Graham Ashton’s report into the failings of ESTA, despite it sitting on his desk for weeks.
Editorial by Harry Palmer
Vaccinated patients count for 9 out of 10 COVID-19 deaths
Australia’s largest funeral provider, Invocare, whose brands include Le Pine and White Lady, fast-tracked the opening of a storage facility and mortuary in Melbourne’s north that can house 150 bodies.
NSW government data shows fully vaccinated people account for nine out of every 10 COVID-19 deaths in the country. https://www.aap.com.au/factcheck/truth-a-casualty-in-australian-covid-vaccination-deaths-claim/
Despite real-world data consistently showing that COVID-19 vaccines dramatically reduce rates of death and severe illness due to the disease, a social media post claims Australian government figures reveal 90 per cent of fatal cases are among the fully vaccinated.
The Australian Government has made a final ad before the 2022 federal election and it’s surprisingly honest and informative. Occasional explicit language
|The duopoly government only works if you VOTE them back into dictatorship on May 21st|
There’s now clarity on what Albanese’s Labor intends to do to self-employed small business people if elected. Labor intends to attack us.
The ALP Secure Jobs Plan says:
“Labor will extend the powers of the Fair Work Commission to include ‘employee-like’ forms of work…” Labor intends to attack “…new forms of work such as gig work.”
Last Monday (2 May) this was further made clear at an Albanese street-walk rally in Brisbane. The Australian Financial Review reports from the rally that Labor will legislate to invent new law that says that self-employed people are a ‘little bit’ an employee, like being ‘a little bit pregnant’. It’s clear that the policy is directed at giving unions control over gig workers and any other self-employed person they choose to target. Hairdressers, for example!
The policy is a direct lift from the Californian law called AB5, introduced in early 2020. It was a job killer which hit the most vulnerable self-employed people. Think of single mums running their own transcription business from home! Closed down! There are thousands of examples.
The United Kingdom has an old 1986 ‘little bit pregnant/employee’ independent contractor law. This was used by the UK transport union in 2021 to attack gig ride-sharing. It’s thrown commercial contracts into chaos in the UK.
Albanese’s Labor says it wants to do ‘nice’ things such as giving ‘little-bit-employee’ self-employed people access to collective bargaining, superannuation and the minimum wage. But this is a beat-up.
Self-employed people (us) already have easy access to collective bargaining authorised under competition laws. Superannuation is clearly required when an individual, self-employed person (not structured as a P/L company) works for a business. The Independent Contractors Act requires that independent contractors should not be paid less than employees.
The truth is that self-employed people are protected under commercial law regulations. Think of the unfair contract laws. Albanese’s Labor wants to drag us into the mess of union-controlled industrial relations law. Forget it!
And quite recently the Australian High Court reaffirmed that self-employed people operate under commercial law. The Court also stated that UK-type (little-bit-employee) laws are not part of Australian law.
Further, the International Labour Organisation, a United Nations body, declared in 2006 that national laws should not interfere in the commercial relationships of independent contractors.
The Albanese plan defies international labour rulings and secure (High Court-determined) contract law. It is a repeat of the disastrous Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal introduced by the 2012 Gillard Labor government. This ‘protection’ invention was about to destroy the businesses of 50,000 self-employed truckies before the Turnbull government abolished the Tribunal.
The obsession Labor has with the ‘evil’ gig economy is silly. Only 0.19 per cent of the Australian workforce earned their full-time income through gig work. But Labor is using a near-hysterical, anti-gig campaign as an excuse to attack self-employed people.
It’s clear that if Labor wins government, we (self-employed people) will have a big fight on our hands to retain our right to be self-employed. It’s about our right to decide how we want to earn our living and to control our working lives. Labor wants to attack that right.
With best wishes.
Ken Phillips and the
Team at Self-Employed Australia
Senator Malcolm Roberts dropped bombshells in Senate after COVID Under Question inquiry. March 30, 2022.
By Allison Ryan – Excerpts from the Senator’s speech:
The Australian Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency, Ahpra, has been bullying medical practitioners into not reporting or even for talking about the harm they’re seeing. The TGA erased 98 per cent of the 800 vaccine deaths that physicians reported. The TGA did so without autopsy or suitable consideration of all the patient medical data.
Section 22D(2) of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 requires the Secretary of the Department of Health to ensure the quality, safety and efficacy of the vaccines were satisfactorily established for each cohort for which the provision of approval is being granted. Data recently revealed in court papers in the United States clearly shows that vaccine harm was apparent in the clinical trials that Pfizer, BioNTech and others conducted. This information, if ATAGI had bothered to ask for it, should have resulted in a refusal of the application for provisional use.
…the secretary took pharmaceutical companies’ word for the safety of their products. These are the same pharmaceutical companies that have been fined over and over for criminal behaviour. AstraZeneca got a US$355 million fine for fraud and, separately, a $550 million fine for making unfounded claims about efficacy. Pfizer got a $430 million fine for making unfounded claims about efficacy, and a $2.3 billion fine for making unfounded claims about efficacy and for paying kickbacks.
This is who the Liberal-Nationals, Labor and Greens—our very own pharmaceutical lobby—want to pay more money. That’s not on the basis of extensive local testing and inquiry, it’s simply on the basis of taking pharmaceutical companies safety assurances. There’s no testing. It’s an assurance made easy by indemnity against any damage that the vaccines cause. The Labor Party and the Liberal-National Party have accepted $1 million each from the pharmaceutical establishment in this election cycle alone. Billions more are being set aside in this week’s budget to pay the pharmaceutical companies to keep the COVID-19 gravy train going.
The decision to ban proven, safe, affordable and accessible alternative treatments that are working around the world was taken to ensure the fastest and widest-possible adoption of the vaccines. The TGA’s own customers fund the TGA. That means pharmaceutical companies fund their own product’s approval. That fails the pub test. Where are the checks and balances? There are none.
Vaccine-derived RNA can be reverse transcribed, leading to possible integration into the human genome, which the TGA denies, based only on pharmaceutical companies telling them to deny it. Internal Pfizer data released in February indicate they accept 1,272 different adverse vaccine events, including paralysis and death. German and US insurance actuarial data suggests the TGA’s database of adverse event notifications is underreporting side effects ninefold. Freedom of information documents from 2018 show the TGA keeps two databases of adverse event notifications: one internal, showing all reports of harm; and one public, showing only a part of those. This means vaccine harm is most likely significantly higher than reported.
These are the matters I sought today to refer to the Senate Select Committee on COVID-19 without success. I thank Senators Hanson, Abetz, Rennick and Antic for their support, integrity and courage. The truth is the Select Committee on COVID-19 has been running a protection racket for the pharmaceutical industry, and today’s vote proves it.
After a court victory ensured supporters can proudly hoist her campaign flag, independent challenger for Goldstein, Zoe Daniel, says major parties must now stop vilifying hundreds of thousands of voters in Australia.
Bayside City Council, which regulates political advertising locally, mounted an extraordinary attempt to ban the display of Ms Daniel’s campaign material.
Her Goldstein opponent, Liberal MP Tim Wilson, used his parliamentary correspondence to argue the signs were illegal, and encouraged neighbours to dob in those guilty of violations to cop a $1000 fine.
The court’s overrule had been widely expected by experts, who had argued it had adopted a “strange” interpretation of state-based planning bylaws.
“Our supporters can now feel free: who could ever have predicted this to be an issue in our campaign for federal parliament?” Ms Daniel told The New Daily.
Mr Wilson even insinuated some of his electors were “lawbreakers”, and encouraged other residents to dob them in to him personally.
Goldstein has been in Liberal hands since its inception – despite a major swing at the last election the party sits on a two-party-preferred margin of nearly 58 per cent.
But senior Liberals are now tipping the seat to fall, not even mostly because of the sitting member’s “mystifying” support for a move to impose criminal sanctions on electors in the affluent areas but also under the strength of the campaign run by Ms Daniel, who is on the vanguard of a new electoral politics.
That Mr Wilson ever took such an unlikely yet provocative tack has become a widely used example of the depth of the party’s fears.
And he is joined around the country.
Prominent examples of seats facing independent challenge have recently focused on Bronwyn Bishop’s old seat of Mackellar in North Sydney and Josh Frydenberg’s seat of Kooyong. Colleagues say that increasing and irregular outbursts from Dave Sharma show how tenuous his hold on Wentworth is.
But the weekend’s state election in South Australia was yet another reminder, if it were needed, that the groundswell is growing nationally.
Independents had an unusually prominent role in last weekend’s election due to a number of government MPs moving to parliament’s cross-bench at the beginning of the most recent term.
But as counting continues in seats such as Finniss, where Lou Nicholson continues to hold on to a win-making swing of 17.5 per cent, experts say a greater threat to Liberals from independents is now all but assured.
That has particular implications for several seats but particularly Boothby, the federal marginal Liberal seat which will face a spirited challenge from Jo Dyer. Rebekha Sharkie, the crossbench MP currently representing the blue-blood seat of Mayo, is proof such shifts can happen and that the ingredients for their rise have long been observable.
Political scientists say the growing share of the independent vote in recent decades can be explained by a range of factors, including disengagement from political parties, a growing proportion of the electorate deciding who to vote for as they drive to the polling booth, and also the end of a compelling reformist era in national politics.
The successful showing of the independent challengers so far has inspired criticism, particularly from outlets linked to News Corporation.
Some such stories have gone close to alleging that the independents are a convenient decentralised cover for a grouping of Labor-aligned independents seeking to sneak into parliament under false pretences.
The presence of former staffers from Labor and the activist group GetUp in a company used by some for campaign services has been cited as further evidence that the independents are in fact aligned.
But University of South Australia Professor Rob Manwaring takes precisely the opposite view. He argues that fissures between moderate and right-wing factions within South Australian Liberals also present federally have weakened the party, but also created openings on policy that are especially apt to be exploited by independent moderates.
For her part, Ms Daniel, a former ABC journalist who says she voted for Liberal Malcolm Turnbull in 2016 before dropping her support for him over his failure to progress economic and environmental reform, says the movement owes nothing to any party.
“This is not about politics as we know it,” she said.
She also notes that because independents have no organisational or financial support around them, they begin at a massive electoral disadvantage.
Sharing ideas and broader fundraising structures makes sense, she said.
But she stressed that the overwhelming majority of contributions to her campaign come from local individuals, and her policy platform reflects issues that have been of pressing concern to local people.
While Ms Daniel agrees that some former Liberals are disillusioned by the failure to combat climate change and install a federal anti-corruption watchdog, she believes her platform follows no party line.
“I have absolutely no tilt toward either party whatsoever,” she said.
“People are not looking for me to be a political representative, it’s about having someone who listens and who advocates for them.”
from Kev Moore
“Dores said that last summer the US and NATO revived a plan to join Ukraine to the alliance, and on February 17, 2022, the Pentagon ordered its ‘Ukrainian mercenaries’ to launch a full-scale operation against the DNR and LNR. ‘They knew that Russia would have to react,’ Dores said”.
11 Ways That Western Powers Are Escalating The End Times War In Ukraine
March 6, 2022 11:38 pm by IWB
Forever War in Ukraine or End of Unipolar World?
Julian Paul Assange ; born 3 July 1971) is an Australian editor, publisher and activist who founded WikiLeaks in 2006. WikiLeaks came to international attention in 2010 when it published a series of leaks provided by U.S. Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning. These leaks included the Baghdad airstrike Collateral Murder video (April 2010), the Afghanistan war logs (July 2010), the Iraq war logs (October 2010), and Cablegate (November 2010). After the 2010 leaks, the United States government launched a criminal investigation into WikiLeaks. He is being held in the UK’s Belmarsh Prison awaiting an appeal against his extradition to America.
Riccardo Bossi gives thanks to some 2.5 million Australians who attended the February 12 protest rally in Canberra to deliver the message “We have had enough of duopoly dictatorial government” – their days of control now are numbered.
Sydney funeral home whistleblower exposes massive baby and children’s Covid vaccination deaths and many others, all quickly cremated without a funeral or service and death certificates issued reading “death unknown”. A TGA statistical chart is shown of children’s diagnosis from Australian hospitals. Cold room containers for bodies now needed to cater for the mounting dead
The Victorian police came knocking at reporter Avi Yemini’s home to THREATEN him with JAIL if he doesn’t take down a news video that we recently published. But Avi’s refusing to cower: WATCH & SHARE what they’re so desperate to hide.