Friday, January 24, 2003

Politicians, false-flags, Bali, scapegoats, police, heroin: How low can they go?

When all those people dropped dead like flies from heroin overdoses in Sydney because police sold heroin on the streets privately and handed it out during the Wood Royal Commission, there was despair about ordinary Australians of Police corruption.

But you can't call them ordinary, not remembering the funeral services.

Someone told me they [those who spoke at the funerals of victims of the heroin overdoses] were not ordinary. Someone told me they spoke with enormous emotion, breaking down; it was such an emotional, emotional affair. There was no humour in these funerals. They just came out and thought, 'This is a side of Australians who were beat up.

Bob Carr would like to forget about those people who died from heroin because they don't have any political advantage like the Buchan funeral - the last of 11 memorials for Sydney's [CIA false flag] Bali bombing victims - because that will help him shape his political agenda, just fine.

Ideas for an essay on Australian Patriotism that was commissioned last year by the Australia Day Committee and they suit his political aspirations as a nice guy, don't you think?

These ideas are great when he is an arsehole wouldn't you say?

Re-titled Bob Carr: What Australia means to me, the essay has been published by Penguin and will be released on Sunday. Proceeds have been earmarked for the victims and families of the [CIA false flag, and Australian complicity, call to arms,] Bali bombing.

Its not the money it is the politics. [?]He can put his hand in the till for some cash and he doesn't need the proceeds. In any case people will get the right idea about him being genuine, decent, a good person and who donates money to charity. [?]

The Australia Day committee asked him to write his ideas ...[?] those funerals, wouldn't be about heroin deaths now would they? He remembers when he was told about the heroin deaths and thought that there was no political gain and then because he needed a better angle he thought, hey, why not scavenge some other terrible incident?

[The Australia Day Committee asked him? To cover John Howard's arse over Australia's complicity in the USA, CIA, false flag, call to arms, Bali bombing that was meant to bolster support and quell dissent for the Coalition of the Killing's illegal and degrading occupation and genocide of Iraq and Afghanistan.]

John Howard's bungle is just right. Remember when John opened his big mouth telling Bush we'll go to war with you for a trade agreement, no problem. That's when he thought, he could find a sympathetic ear? He just needed to attend the funerals of the Bali bombings. So off he went mobile in hand contacting the media to make sure they were there when he arrived. So off he goes to the Coogee commemoration, there was a blazing sun, he never felt prouder of representing this community.

A man, he had a Dutch name, he wasn't even going to speak, and he was so, so articulate. If he only knew why he was actually there. In his mind, this experience was counterpoised to that of the Olympics at the hight of his corruption... [then] we said, 'Doesn't the city look great? Wasn't it a great opening ceremony? Aren't we doing well?' There was this great, ferocious pride and it was something special. But that is balanced with [CIA false flag] Bali as a unifying experience. That showed the best of our people. [?] From none of these people have I heard anything in the way of vengeance or racism. [Or Australia's complicity in murdering their relatives and friends?] I saw this dignity, this huge, huge dignity.

Carr, who spoke on the subject late last year, said his essay would not dwell on [the CIA false flag] Bali, but instead talk about the humour [laugh?] intrinsic in the Australian character, the nation's values, its heroes, [its war criminals and murderers in Canberra?] what the nation got right, [what the war criminals and murderers got wrong?] and its darker side. He'd talk about his Australian sacred sites, [not genocide of Aboriginals?] and if he had a time machine the episodes in Australian history he would re-visit; talk about his heroes like [Darth Vader would?]

Darth Vader!: NSW citizens 'terrorised'

Bob Carr dubbed Darth Vader, rests over NSW citizens unrestrained like a mushroom cloud. The State Government's repression, deleting the basic tenant of law itself.

Asked about his own sacred sites, he listed the Royal National Park, Old Parliament House, the harbour, and most of all the Police Force and especially my bank account adding: "Now that's five; I have to keep a few secret." [Macquarie bank?]

But Carr is as much a politician as he is a liar. Here's to betting that hidden amid all the talk on the importance of history, the significance of education, the need for an ecologically sustainable population, and a pacey tickling up of a few political truisms, myths, lies and debates, in this, a pre-election climate, this book will contain a fair bit of Labor PR - and a dose of self-congratulation.

By Slimy Mackerel Anti Corruption Editor 24 Jan 03

THE DONKEY: Bob Carr is the super loser of the century because he thinks everyone else is stupid. Warning! What ever you do. Just don't vote for the corrupt Carr Government!


Hill defends decision to attack Iraq: Step by step?
FEDERAL Defence [War] Minister [Sinister] Robert Hill has defended the government's decision to send troops [ send militia] to the Persian Gulf [ to attack Iraq] in readiness for any [pre-emptive strike that would cause a] conflict with Iraq.

Bin Laden funded Bali attacks?: report
A militant Indonesian Muslim [patsy] who has confessed to involvement in October's bombings on Bali island [but not for a song? In other words he was paid or provoked] says there is a "strong possibility" money from Osama bin Laden was used for the attacks. [But more like money from the USA via the CIA.]

Pleas for peace ring the globe
Anti-war demonstrators turned out in their hundreds of thousands around the world on Saturday to protest against United States military preparations for an invasion of Iraq.

Police ' overdoing their job' in cleric arrest: 'Justice Action'
New South Wales Opposition leader John Brogden says he is disappointed a leading Muslim cleric has described the police action involving him yesterday as "un-Australian".

As we go to press (December 2002), both the Federal parliament and the NSW parliament are debating legislation that would give police and ASIO agents greater powers of search, interrogation and detention, and significantly erode the fundamental rights of citizens. In both cases, of course, the alleged purpose of the bills is to combat terrorism.

Govt plays down reports of complicity to torture its own citizens
The complicit federal Government says reports there are two highly trained members of Al Qaeda operating in Australia selling GI and are consistent with information it has already released.

Who is bad?
Super Rat? M5? M11? K8? N2? So I trust that some people who, with the photos and guns guessed that a jury would quickly establish a case against a profiled person whom, you just had a picture and a history of. Common knowledge? The government knew their victims would take the blame. Not just chess in court, 'moving around the pieces', but 'putting false evidence, or not enough evidence before the jury."