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Tablelands crime meetings demand Labor amend bail laws

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Residents demand Labor amend its soft-on-crime policies

Innocent bystanders killed during stolen car pursuits in Brisbane and Townsville

Courageous Tablelands resident Bill Cohen organised successful crime meetings in Mareeba and Atherton. Residents asked MP Shane Knuth to start a parliamentary petition instructing the hopeless ALP to amend the bail act to keep juvenile criminals off the streets.

from Jim O’Toole, Townsville Bureau

Female members of the looney Labor Left got their knickers in a knot at a public meeting held in Mareeba on Friday to discuss runaway Aboriginal juvenile crime which is wreaking havoc across the Tablelands, Cairns and Townsville.

Courageously organised by Tablelands resident Bill Cohen in response to hundreds of break-and-enters, robberies, car thefts and car-jackings about 90 people turned up to voice their opinions on how to overcome the Labor Party’s soft-on-crime policy.

Cynthia Lui, the Islander Labor Member for Cook, which takes in Mareeba, naturally was nowhere to be seen.

Fortunately the popular Member for Hill, Shane Knuth, from the adjoining electorate made a great effort to catch a bus in Charters Towers and travel to Mareeba.

The intrepid Member’s vehicle was not available but he made the arduous trip anyway suspecting the invisible Member for Cook would not be there leaving the meeting with no parliamentary representation.

Apart from the fact he was asked to attend and speak about the only proven remedy for the indigenous crime tsunami. Mr Knuth has a bill prepared for Relocation Sentencing to a remote rehabilitation facility a long way from indigenous hunting grounds and their mates where they are taught respect and some hard yakka.

Queensland used to have this option for Stipendiary Magistrates until the United Nations-driven, Fabian Socialist,  Labor mob of union soft-cocks changed the Criminal Code to make juvenile crime an art form.

 

Indigenous elder Duncan McInnes said the only solution to curb juvenile crime is for the government to adopt the Petford Program for remote sentencing

Different speakers, most of them victims of young, out-of-control blackfellas, offered remedies from a rattan cane to incarceration in the bastille for years on hard rations and hard Labor.

Commendable recommendations no doubt but how to get the message to corporate Labor?

Parents of juvenile delinquents were targeted by speakers for not being responsible for their kids but how can they be when they are traumatised by their parents lying prostrate on the floor every night alongside empty goon casks and marijuana dumpers.

These irresponsible parents are tarring decent Aboriginal families with the same brush.

A similar meeting in Atherton held the following day resolved to ask MP Shane Knuth if he would start a parliamentary petition across the north instructing the hopeless ALP to set up remote facilities based on the famous Petford Farm model in the Far North, which is now defunct.

Facebook attacks on meeting attendees and obscene phone calls after the meeting to MP’s offices from a female member of Mareeba’s looney left, being staunch supporters of the invisible Member for Cook’s Aborigines, Cynthia Lui, have been noticed.

It is hard to understand how organisations such as Tablelands Justice Group can get handsome pay packets every fortnight but have never been able to prevent any juvenile crime for the years they have been funded.

Deaths of innocent bystanders and motorists due solely to widespread juvenile crimewaves rest solely on the heads of the brain-dead, treacherous Queensland ALP.