This Simon Overland? I’m shocked and surprised

Keith Windschuttle reveals something very interesting about The Commissioner and the Choirboy.

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9 Responses to This Simon Overland? I’m shocked and surprised

  1. FlyingPigs says:

    Who’s the person in the police uniform???

  2. FlyingPigs says:

    C.L. says:
    15 November, 2021 at 10:51 pm

    Simon Overland.

    you ruined my line…

  3. FlyingPigs says:

    the boyz light up sounds an overlander type song.

  4. FlyingPigs says:


    bear with me a tad.

    I have been fascinated by ‘surname’ origins for some time.

    Many originate from occupations.

    ‘Overland’ sounds ominous.

  5. FlyingPigs says:

    or is it ‘oberlund’?

  6. FlyingPigs says:

    maybe fuhrer??

  7. Cassie of Sydney says:

    Reading the Windschuttle piece makes me physically sick. The stinking rot that underpins the whole Pell lynching just gets deeper and deeper. This story is a golden opportunity for an intrepid journalist to actually “investigate”. Oh, how silly of me, journalists nowadays aren’t interested in doing “investigative journalism”, because they’re first and foremost activists…and far-left, progressive, Catholic and conservative hating ones at that.

    George Pell is our very own Dreyfus and until he receives an apology and compensation from the Victorian police, the Victorian government, the ABC and other MSM outlets, as far as I’m concerned justice won’t be done and the case can never be closed. I want those who orchestrated this lynching of an innocent man brought to justice….and that includes Witness J.

  8. Lee says:

    Former VicPol commissioner Overland gets “Witness J” a job working for the Whittlesea council (what a convenient “coincidence”!).
    Overland is later sacked by said council.
    Andrews is furious and sacks entire council, appointing his own people.
    Connect the dots …

    I don’t believe for one minute that Andrews had no part in the “get Pell” campaign.

    A Royal Commission into the whole affair, focusing on VicPol and the government’s part in it should be called, but it will never happen under any Labor government, nor, to his utter disgrace, any government led by ScoMo, who has shown by his comments all along he is a Pell-hater.

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