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Qld Police Commissioner gives Covid vaxx exemptions to 196 officers – Clive Palmer

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While rank-and-file police officers are forced out of their jobs for refusing the deadly jab Commissioner Katarina Carroll, from Herberton in FNQ, has given Covid vaxx exemptions to 196 commissioned officers, no doubt herself included.

Why would she do this.? Queensland politicians are not required by Comrade Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to take the deadly jab either.

Why are they forcing Queenslanders including Aboriginal communities to take mRNA gene therapy when every smart doctor and epidemiologist says the mRNA experimental inoculation is dangerous and doesn’t work?

Why are reportedly nearly 1000 police officers and 5000 nurses stood down unable to work? Why is Liberal Prime Minister Scott Morrison importing 200,000 skilled workers and students to take their jobs?

Comrade Palaszczuk has always been about double standards. What is it about the inoculation they are afraid of?

Home-invading black youths hospitalise Townsville resident after hitting him with a machete

by Jim O’Toole, Townsville Bureau

Over the past fortnight Townsville’s population of 174,000 has seen 300 home break ins and 70 cars stolen in a crime orgy unequalled anywhere in Australia.

Townsville police have warned it is only a matter of time before gangs of marauding, mainly black youths kill a resident in a home invasion or a homeowner kills one of them.

Black youths show off a car they stole in the besieged Queensland city of Townsville. Police are unable to take effective action because of the Labor Government’s ineffective and lax juvenile justice policies

In the latest incident, juveniles allegedly forced their way into a Townsville home just after midnight on Wednesday and attacked a 28-year-old man with a machete.

Police said he was taken to hospital in a stable condition with multiple wounds to his hand and back.

A blue four-wheel-drive was stolen during the incident.

The 4WD Ford Ranger was later sighted at 4am and police began a short pursuit before calling off the chase.

Chief Superintendent Craig Hanlon said since Thursday, 12 people had been arrested in Townsville on 57 charges ranging from unlawful use to burglary and stealing.

“Of those 12 people, nine are juveniles and all of those juveniles currently remain in custody,” he told the Townsville Bulletin on Wednesday.

“The use of knives and machetes has to stop.

“We’re one minor issue away from someone being seriously injured or killed.

“I want to know what those family and friends of those people are doing … this is disgusting behaviour and it’s got to stop.”

Approximately 40 police were deployed across the city overnight to deal with a range of incidents.

Residents of a home who are invaded, threatened or injured have every right at common law to defend themselves with whatever means are available.

Guns are not out of the question and should be used as a deterrent against these anti-social attackers before these often mentally retarded* invaders kill an innocent resident.

Last year black youths stole a car from a home in Townsville after pointing a rifle at the owner and taunting him as he moved towards the offender: “You want to be a hero mate….?”

If this homeowner had a firearm he could have defended himself but Labor’s gun policies have left people unprotected and at the mercy of marauding Aboriginal youths.

It will take just one blackfella to be shot, then their gutless mates will disappear into the night when they realise Labor’s policies rightly have been ignored. People when threatened or injured will arm themselves and defend their families and property. That is their inherent right.

After all the homeowner is the first responder. Calling the police as the evidence shows often is a waste of time because the understaffed and under-equipped stations cannot respond immediately even if a victim was fortunate enough to actually speak to an officer on the phone.

Dial 000 and get an operator from anywhere in Australia or Police Link which is a recorded phone service requiring an email address to record a crime.

Labor is trumpeting its recent changes to the Juvenile Justice laws which purportedly allow magistrates to refuse bail to serious repeat offenders, but Katters Australian Party leader Robbie Katter and LNP Opposition Police spokesman Dale Last say the changes are superficial and will not and have not made one bit of difference to re-offending.

Mr Katter said the evidence revealed the crime rate is increasing even though the Labor Party had instructed senior police to downplay the burgeoning crime data.

*Data regarding young Aboriginal and white offenders in 2019 showed most were suffering from malnutrition or had damaged brains from petrol sniffing, illicit drug and alcohol abuse.

KAP only parliamentarians jerking the Labor Party into gear about disarmament

Community safety is being compromised as political elites and ideologues continue their war on licensed firearm owners, Katter’s Australian Party Leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter has told the Queensland Parliament.

Robbie Katter and his two other KAP members are the only state parliamentarians trying to stop UN disarmament being implemented by the ALP

Mr Katter said he and his fellow KAP colleague’s offices had received an unprecedented number of complaints and pleas for assistance from the public following changes made the definition of “Fit and Proper Person” in December.

The new criteria, spawn out of the Queensland Audit Office’s review into the regulation of firearms in the state, now places greater scrutiny on an applicant’s traffic history, health status and ability to successfully participate in bureaucratic processes.

This includes broad and ambiguous questioning that can result in a rejected license if an applicant makes a mistake or accidentally omits personal information.

Mr Katter said while the Weapon’s Licencing Branch was part of the Queensland Police Service, it was the Labor State Government who had to take responsibility for the system.

He said their political obsession with punishing those with a genuine need for a gun was risking community safety.

“I would challenge anyone to name a group that is more discriminated against than licensed firearm owners, and these laws are not doing anything,” he said.

MHR Bob Katter has been Australia’s most vocal gun advocate for decades. Bob says the LNP will take them even more quickly than the ALP attested by the lacklustre former Qld LNP leader Deb Frecklington, another solicitor, who lost the last election after she said she would further tighten gun laws

“After looking at the evidence, the only thing being achieved by all this effort from the Government is people like me and farmers are writing more letters regarding the constraints around us.

“We are not the problem; it is the illegal gun owners that the Government should be focusing on.”

Mr Katter said the decision-makers, including politicians and uniformed police from the Weapon’s Licencing Branch, were too far removed from the day-to-day reality of most licensed gun-users.

“These decisions are being made from an office from Brisbane but they have very real consequences for the people on the ground – there are people who need to use these things as tools,” he said.

“In most cases those deciding on applications do not even have a weapon’s licence, so outside of being a uniformed police officer they do not have any real-life experience with how this all operates in practice.

“The focus should always be on community safety, but this needs to be in terms of the evidence of where firearms are genuinely needed”.

The Traeger MP said the goal posts for weapon’s licence applicants were constantly being changed and were now essentially limitless.

“It used to be that five years was the limit where a person applying had to reveal anything on their record; now it is indefinite,” he said.

“A traffic offence from 20 years ago is now relevant and is counting against people.

“For those people who were getting their firearms licence, it is now either held up or they are just not getting it – all this thanks to a 20-year-old traffic offence that never counted before.

“It’s mischievous because the authorities already have all of that information, but they force people applying into admitting it.

“If they forget or make a mistake, they can be forced into a corner that results in the immediate rejection of their application through no genuine fault of their own.”

Mr Katter said while the current situation for licensed weapon-holders was dire, he’d had some preliminary and positive discussions with the State Government.

He said from these talks, there’d been an indication the Government was prepared to take action to restore some common sense to the system.

Wayward indigenous youth make life hell for Cairns residents and tourists

by staff writers

Police have had enough. Youthful black criminals some as young as 13 are stealing late model cars from  homes in Cairns  at the rate of five a week.

The latest victim had his hire car, a Mitsibushi ASX, as well as his wallet and credit cards stolen from a relative’s Bentley Park residence.

The four teenagers in the stolen ASX then pulled up alongside a marked police car at Aeroglen, where officers were attending an accident. A stolen Nissan Micra had crashed into a police car after police deployed a tyre deflator. Four youths aged between 16 and 18 were detained by the dog squad.

Wayward black youths stole a Mitsubishi ASX then taunted police officers attending a crash site in Cairns involving another stolen car. Magistrates are too afraid of being labelled racist by the major media led by the ABC, should they take decisive action against these malcontents who are making life hell for Cairns’ residents.

 

The teenagers in the ASX openly taunted the officers, knowing they were unable to take any action, due to the Police Department’s no-pursuit policy.

The four youths, aged between 13 and 16, reportedly from the nearby coastal Aboriginal settlement of Yarrabah, soon after rolled and crashed the Mitsubishi hire car in Yarrabah.

They remain in hospital under police guard.

The day before black juvenile offenders, stole a luxury Lexus sedan and crashed it at Earlville after its 15 year old driver taunted police officers.

The hapless tourist who hired the ASX, Shane McCauley, of Toowoomba, now faces an insurance excess charge of $4000 because the car was written off.

He said the black youths had turned his happy family vacation into a nightmare.

“The financial burden it has put on us. We came up here on holidays and it has turned out to be a nightmare,” Mr McCauley told the Cairns Post.

“It wouldn’t bother me not to come back to North Queensland again.

“What a shit hole to put it bluntly.

“If I had a hammer I’d break their kneecaps.

“It would have been nice if the cops rang me. I haven’t got a no-pursuit policy.

“The magistrates really need to crack down on this.”

Cairns News in the past has reported several extremely contentious issues with Police Union president Ian Leavers, but at last he has come out in support of completely disillusioned Cairns police officers who have been doing their best to clean up the substantial element of indigenous offenders which have been giving law-abiding Aborigines a bad name.

Mr Leavers received a lot of public support for coming out to can fixed speed cameras which he said were doing nothing towards the road toll and were merely “revenue raisers.”

He also ridiculed the department’s no-pursuit policy.

Cairns News fully supports Mr Leavers on these vital issues but could never share his opinion that only police officers should be allowed to own guns.

 

Silly Billy’s on the way out taking the ALP with him

from Robert J Lee in Brisbane

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Cook MP Billy Gordon

The controversial Member for Cook, Billy Gordon, dumped from the ALP after he revealed his historical criminal convictions, has retained his plum position after police dropped their investigations into sexting allegations made by two Far North women.

In October police issued a statement claiming there was insufficient evidence to lay charges against Mr Gordon, an Aborigine, for sending the women images of his penis.

Mr Gordon sent a text message of his penis to another Cairns woman, Christine Gibson, 50, who told him she would take it to the media unless he paid her $10,000.

 Subsequently Mrs Gibson was charged by police for blackmail and made another appearance in the Cairns Magistrates Court yesterday for mention.

Cairns News received information claiming there had been political interference with the investigation into the two other women’s allegations, causing the cases to be dropped.

jo-anne-miller-MPDisgraced Police Minister Jo-Ann Miller last week  resigned from Cabinet after the Opposition accused her of “behaviour unbecoming of a Minister”, although no explicit mention was made of Mr Gordon’s sexting allegations.

The State Labor Government hangs tenuously on now independent Billy Gordon’s vote. Should Mr Gordon be charged with an offence that carries a sentence of more than one year’s jail, he will have to quit his position.

 And gone will be the ALP government.

 

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