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Piers Ackerman–honest to goodness government

Our Unethical Government by Piers Akerman….

This morning, I am fighting back tears of despair and disgust, when the reality sinks in that seventy two (72) politicians who have been elected by ordinary, hard-working people in their electorates, have demonstrated that integrity and honesty are no longer to be considered when voting.

72 politicians have voted to support Gillard and Labor in concealing the truth; to once again permit and encourage this disgraceful, contemptible, corrupt government to continue on its ever downward spiral of lies and criminal acts.

Quite apart from the well-documented policy mismanagement and blunders, which have become the norm for this government, and the incessant squandering of our finances and resources, the criminal offenses of Gillard, Rudd, Quentin Bryce, Slipper, Craig Thomson, etc are swept under the carpet and will never be investigated whilst Labor is still in power. When there is a change of government, we should demand that justice be done and fully investigated…..

The Heiner Affair (Rudd, Beattie, Quentin Bryce) saw legal documents shredded to protect Labor ministers. Perpetrators still not answerable to the law, and still holding high positions within Labor.

The Gillard affair with Bruce Wilson where Gillard, as a naive and innocent lawyer with Slater and Gordon, set up accounts for Wilson which enabled him to appropriate millions of dollars from his union – money never repaid. Perpetrators still not answerable to the law, and still holding high positions within Labor.

The Craig Thomson affair where union monies were used for illegal purposes and prostitution and an investigation stalled for over three years to permit him to still sit on Labors government. Perpetrators still not answerable to the law, and still holding high positions within Labor.

The Slipper affair where travel rorts were supposedly investigated and results withheld to allow him to sit in Labors government. Perpetrators still not answerable to the law, and still holding high positions within Labor.

And now, the Australia Day affair – the Prime Minister and the Prime Ministers personal office staff inciting a riot which resulted in the worst security breach in Australias history, (not to mention the most disgraceful scenes which were shown around the world), where the Federal Police immediately said they would not investigate the matter; where just one person has resigned (and will not answer any questions); and where the Prime Minister refuses, once again, to allow investigation into the matter.

Seventy two people who are responsible for running this once proud country of ours, have determined that none of these matters should be investigated! They support and prop up a government which, but for their support, would not be in power. They are complicit in the continuance of this disgraceful, corrupt, evil, dictatorial government, the like of which has never before been known in Australia.

I fear that their handouts and beads for the natives will ensure that many welfare dependents will continue to support them, but, as it daily becomes clearer that job losses and business closures in manufacturing, retail, farming and across the board are escalating it may become obvious to more people that this is how Labor government always ends up.

“Isnt it amazing that the only dirt that they could rake up on Tony Abbott was that he wore budgie smugglers in his role as a volunteer life-saver? Against all of Labors corruption and dirty deals he would appear to wear a halo!”

Heiner Inquiry Labor cover-up revisited by Alan Jones

Alan Jones interviews journalist Piers Akerman over the February 2012 release of documents delivered to all Australian senators, who now cannot say they were unaware, revealing the Queensland Labor Government cover-up of the 1992 retired magistrate Oscar Hiener inquiry into a juvinile Aboriginal girl being gang raped while in custody at a Brisbane Youth Detention Centre.

The labor government within weeks of the inquiry receiving power to perform, shut it down.

This involved not only the government, but police and right up to the Governor General, Quentin Bryce (a lawyer), now Australian Governor General.