Arrest politicians, reporters and police commissioners!

In his opening remarks to Senate Estimates on Monday night, Mr Kershaw pledged that the AFP would exercise its full powers to crack down on disinformation during the coming election campaign… Mr Kershaw did not describe the types of disinformation campaigns that the agency was most concerned about.

There is no threat to the next Federal election. Millions of Australians will vote, their ballots will be counted and a government will be sworn in by the Governor-General. If Kershaw is interested, I’m prepared to bet a thousand dollars on it. The real danger to democracy is fake crisis. Governments are fear-mongering to ride high in the polls, the media to increase their clicks and national security johnnies to panhandle for bigger budgets. In December 2016, a gay ‘marriage’ fanatic and Timothy McVeigh wannabe sought to level the offices of the Australian Christian Lobby in Canberra using a van packed with gas cylinders. The AFP didn’t “crack down,” though. It shut down its investigation, saying the attack was just a suicide attempt.

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13 Responses to Arrest politicians, reporters and police commissioners!

  1. Lee says:

    In December 2016, a gay ‘marriage’ fanatic and Timothy McVeigh wannabe sought to level the offices of the Australian Christian Lobby in Canberra using a van packed with gas cylinders. The AFP didn’t “crack down,” though. It shut down its investigation, saying the attack was just a suicide attempt.

    It was just a “coincidence” it happened where it did.
    And fairies are at the bottom of the garden.

  2. Not Trampis says:

    let me see, the AFP interview the man and then say it is a suicide attempt. Yes they did interview the man.
    Interesting that every person who did not speak to the man involved knows exactly what his motivations were but the police who actually did interview him do not.

    It would not have levelled the building in question either.

  3. Lee says:

    Is that your expert (sic.) opinion?

    Yes, normal people attempting suicide do so with a van packed with gas cylinders, and just by happenstance adjacent to the very building of an organisation they loathe.

    Maybe if you’re a suicide bomber with a religious, ideological, or political agenda.

    ACL director Lyle Shelton says the attack follows a year of death threats against the group because of its opposition to same-sex marriage and the so-called Safe Schools program aimed at stopping the bullying of gay students.

    “It was obviously someone who doesn’t like what we’re saying and wanted to send us a message in the most violent of forms,” he told AAP, before the police played down that prospect.

    The threats had been so bad the ACL and other tenants in the Eternity House building on Campion Street keep it locked during the day, with visitors needing to phone ahead.

    “This has been a very intimidating year in terms of threats and intimidation to our staff,” Mr Shelton said.

    “That’s been unsettling enough and having a bomb go off outside your office just takes that to a whole new level.”

    The so-called “investigation” was a whitewash.

  4. C.L. says:

    The AFP shut down the case because it was a bad look for the gay ‘marriage’ campaign.

    The man accused of driving a burning van laden with gas ­bottles into the Australian ­Christian Lobby headquarters was a gay activist who disliked the group because of its “position on sexuality” and had searched ­online how to make plastic ­explosives and a pressure-cooker bomb.

    Court documents tendered to the ACT Magistrates Court ­yesterday reveal Jaden Duong had also run searches about gay marriage in other countries and, a month before the alleged attack at 10.45pm on December 21 last year, had searched for the “Australian Christian Lobby”.

    After the blast at the group’s Canberra headquarters in Deakin, which gutted the ground floor and caused $100,000 of damage, police said the ­attack was not “politically, religiously or ideologically motivated” and ­referred to it as a “car fire”.

    ACL head Lyle Shelton dis­puted the police claims.

    Police allege 36-year-old Mr Duong had stepped up internet searching from July last year for terms including “how to make ammonium nitrate”, “pressure- cooker bomb”, “C4”, “how to buy a gun in Australia”, “gas leak explosion” and “how much gas to cause explosion”.

  5. Boambee John says:

    Another own goal by the star of soccer, Non Mentis.

  6. Not Trampis says:

    So he crashed the car at night when he knew no-one would be there eh! Sure way to prove a point. He was so bad he could not even kill himself.

    you are no poirot that is for sure. nor is our primary school drop out. nor is anyone else.

    Always helps to know what police procedures are.

  7. Rex Anger says:

    It would not have levelled the building in question either.

    Who says, Homer Paxton?

    Got an engineering degree to back that assertion?

    Or is this just more Grigs-level wrongology?

  8. Rex Anger says:

    He was so bad he could not even kill himself.

    You stooge.

    The man set himself on fire in the process of igniting his would-be car bomb and walked away from the scene, badly burned He was later picked up nearby and taken to hospital. He was charged, but layer successfully committed suicide.

    Post sober, Homer Paxton. You sound less hysterical and incoherent that way.

  9. Lee says:

    It was all just a huge coincidence that the one spot in Canberra where he could have exploded the home-made “suicide” bomb also happened to be the ACL building, the base of the target of his ire and on which he had done online searches, according to court documents.

    The fact that it was at night and he was so incompetent as to be unable to kill himself proves absolutely nothing.

    Now I know that reading comprehension is not your long suit, but I suggest rereading C.L.’s post at 1.00 pm.

  10. Lee says:

    People who just want to kill themselves and with no agenda don’t blow themselves up with suicide bombs.
    There are far easier ways to do it then going to all the trouble of researching bomb-making, gathering the material, and then building it.
    And if he didn’t want to harm anybody or property why not do it out in the bush near Canberra?
    If the police had determined that the A.C.L. had been the deliberate target, the gay marriage campaign could well have been damaged or tainted, despite desperate MSM spin to downplay it.
    We all know the huge uproar that would have resulted if it at happened at, say, the HQ of a gay lobby group, even if nobody was injured or killed.

  11. Boambee John says:

    Non Mentis

    you are no poirot that is for sure. nor is our primary school drop out. nor is anyone else.

    It is now clear why you never made it out of kindy, sad case of terminal stupidity. Has one idiot ever kicked as many own goals as you have today?

  12. Entropy says:

    Yet another example of one rule for the chosen classes and another for the general population.

  13. Entropy says:

    What would have been the outcome if it was an ACL bomber who entirely coincidently of course, tried unsuccessfully to blow themselves up in a car bomb outside a gay bar? Or one of the myriad homosexual headquarters?

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