The Voice for white leftists

“It’s going to deal with serious and systemic corruption, it’s going to be able to receive allegations from a whole range of sources,” he told the ABC.

“It’s going to be able to, at its discretion, hold public hearings.” The Attorney-General insisted Labor’s proposal would also allow for retrospective investigations.

On the Voice for black leftists: remember that the High Court vibed this foreigner as Indigenous.
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30 Responses to The Voice for white leftists

  1. NoFixedAddress says:

    Sounds great!

    I’ll be first to bring allegations of theft and corruption against bureaucrats, universities and politicians who promote “green energy” and pandemic lockdowns.

    Where do I send my sworn statement?

  2. Lee says:

    It can look into every aspect of the corrupt Dictator Dan government.
    But won’t.

  3. Boambee John says:

    So let it be done, with the caveat that if the allegations are not proven beyond reasonable doubt, those making them are to be prosecuted for perjury (and defamation, should the innocent accused so decide, with punitive damages).

  4. False Equivalence says:

    Boambee: While I’m sure the purity of lawyers arguing over process is never in doubt, it is worth questioning the motives of Messrs Speed&Stracey (tax lawyers) and the vehicle they fund and for which the sock puppet is former sub editor Chris Merritt.
    People go on about O’Farrell, Berejiklian, Greiner, et al as though these were grave miscarriages. In fact the issue was transparency and when their actions were scrutinised, they quit.
    On the other hand, Obeid and various associates, together with a good number of MPs who took money from property developers, were provided with plain sunlight sufficient to allow them and, in some cases, police, to recognise corrupt practices.
    Personally, I’d quite like a Federal ICAC to examine one question: why is it that after a vast array of evidence of extensive criminal behaviour by casinos is now in public has no person been charged with a crime? And, secondly, why is it that both Victoria and – potentially – NSW – are to allow the companies who conducted those activities to continue to operate with casino licences?
    Really, we require that police jail anyone trading illicit drugs yet when we uncover their financial services channel we look the other way. Repeatedly.
    Let’s have a really big, long running ICAC into the big money: property and planning and gambling.

  5. C.L. says:

    The left wants a new quad-cameral legislature: the two constitutional houses + ICAC as a third + the Voice as a fourth. Both of the latter will end up being staffed and controlled by Labor lawyers and activists.

    Do read the post’s second link. The High Court has accepted a complete absurdity just to placate left-wing extremists. Brendan Thoms is not an Aborigine and is not even an Australian. Despite multiple convictions and an 18-month stretch in prison for bashing a woman, the HC earlier ruled he couldn’t be deported. He is also – get this – a “native title holder.” Subsequently, he tried to sue the Commonwealth (with taxpayers’ money, no doubt) for $4 million. That enterprise failed today, yes, but just look at the legal fiction those judges invented to encourage him.

  6. Shy Ted says:

    Just finished rading about the murder of Michael McGurk by Kate Clymont. The NSW Labour gummint is clearly exposed as a criminal organisation. Lawyers made a killing keeping all but Eddie Obeid and Ian McDonald out of jail. Greame Richardson – king of the crooks.

  7. NoFixedAddress says:

    ICAC, UCAC, We are CACTUS.

  8. Old Lefty says:

    We lawyers can’t let politicians make decisions. Unlike us purer than driven snow Platonic guardians, they are by definition all venal conniving scum. And as for bogans and rednecks who vote for them – it doesn’t near thinking about.

  9. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “False Equivalence says:
    8 June, 2022 at 4:36 pm”

    There’s clearly something really wrong with you. Making excuses for Eddie Obeid.

    And as for ” it is worth questioning the motives of Messrs Speed&Stracey (tax lawyers) and the vehicle they fund and for which the sock puppet is former sub editor Chris Merritt.”

    What “motives”….and be very careful how you answer.

  10. False Equivalence says:

    Cassie: Obeid is about as obvious a criminal in politics as ever there was. I have no idea how you impute “excuses” for him.
    Thanks also for the caution about motives. Very wise. Have you ever met a tax lawyer? And have you ever met Mr Merritt?
    I rest my case your honour.

  11. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Thanks also for the caution about motives. Very wise. Have you ever met a tax lawyer? And have you ever met Mr Merritt?”

    To both questions, yes I have. Oh and I note you haven’t mentioned the “motives”. Go on, I’m patient.

    “False Equivalence”, an apt name but one that should be shortened to “False”.

  12. Cassie of Sydney says:


    “On the other hand, Obeid and various associates, together with a good number of MPs who took money from property developers, were provided with plain sunlight sufficient to allow them and, in some cases, police, to recognise corrupt practices.”

    Hmm, all that sunlight didn’t make ICAC, curiously missing in action from 1995 through to 2011, sit up and investigate what Obeid and others were up to during the years of the criminally and venally corrupt Carr, Iemma, Rees and Keneally governments. I don’t recall the police or ICAC moving to indict Obeid until after the Liberals won in 2011.

    Obeid was only expelled from the Labor part in 2013, two years after Labor lost power and ICAC only started to investigate Obeid and other Labor luminaries after 2011 and the ICAC hearings into Obeid and others only took place between 2012 and 2014.

    It took the election of a Liberal government in 2011 for ICAC to awake from its slumber…funny that. So much for “sunlight”.

    Carry on False, you do try, pathetically so.

  13. False Equivalence says:

    Cassie: yours is a true genius. Here am I complaining that we need stronger, better ICAC. There is you, curiously, defending the nitwits who want to shut it down while, at the same time, bagging me for (I assume) appearing to be unaware of its success. Or something?
    Scrolling up, Cassie, you will see that I believe there is much more corruption to be peeled back. Some people do not want that to happen.

  14. Boambee John says:

    Falsies

    There indeed is much more corruption, but a politically biased Star Chamber is not the way to end it.

  15. Buccaneer says:

    NM, why do you come here, it’s an anonymous blog. The only way you actually win arguments is to provide talking points that can be backed up with evidence. Something you never provide. Empty assertions are easy to check, just repeating the same dribble over and over really doesn’t convince anyone, particularly when evidence has been posted that you are mistaken.

    If you think you’re upsetting anyone here, I have a bridge to sell you. No fact bullshit like the kind you peddle just makes me feel happy you’re such a nonce.

  16. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Here am I complaining that we need stronger, better ICAC. There is you, curiously, defending the nitwits who want to shut it down while, at the same time, bagging me for (I assume) appearing to be unaware of its success. Or something?”

    Poor old False Teeth…he gets caught out for his moral relativism and then tries to deflect. Sad.

    Here are False Teeth’s words again….“On the other hand, Obeid and various associates, together with a good number of MPs who took money from property developers, were provided with plain sunlight sufficient to allow them and, in some cases, police, to recognise corrupt practices.”

    False Teeth seems unable or, more likely, unwilling to acknowledge that ICAC did nothing about Obeid, Tripodi and others whilst Labor was in government for sixteen years. How convenient. Everyone knew there was massive political corruption here in NSW during those years yet nothing was done. ICAC, an organisation supposedly dedicated to investigating political corruption, DID NOTHING.

    However, like magic, once the Liberals won power in 2011 ICAC suddenly resurrected itself, found its teeth and started going after politicians. Only then was it inevitable that scum like Obeid would be caught in its net…..but ICAC in NSW has also destroyed the lives and livelihoods of quite a few innocent people.

    Three Liberal premiers down….no wonder you like it False Teeth. Unless of course you think that Greiner, O’Farrell and Gladys were corrupt like Obeid? LOL…do be careful how you answer that.

    And if the federal Labor government uses NSW ICAC as a model, you can be assured of one thing, that it’ll be used as a political tool to bludgeon those on the right, whilst ignoring corruption on the left. Clearly that doesn’t bother you, in fact that’s why you want one.

  17. False Equivalence says:

    Hmmm. So Cassie is actually in favour of ICAC, but thinks Libs make it work better. Fine by me. I just want a much better one.
    (Cassie: here is a clue. I don’t vote Labor. Maybe that info will help clear your knee-jerk activator.)

  18. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “I don’t vote Labor”

    LOL…sure you don’t False Teeth. Oh and I’m not the one here who’s the “knee jerk activator”, it’s you.

  19. False Equivalence says:

    Cassie: you have the integrity of a Stalinist interrogator. Did you spend much time in the CPA in your youth?

  20. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “False Equivalence says:
    11 June, 2022 at 4:31 pm
    Cassie: you have the integrity of a Stalinist interrogator. Did you spend much time in the CPA in your youth?”

    LOL…no, no, that’s you False Teeth. You’re the one who wants a federal Stalinist Star Chamber, just like the one in NSW, to hunt down your ideological opponents, that is conservatives, Liberals, Nationals and others on the right. So clearly it’s you who spent too much time in the CPA in your youth. Was your hero Andrei Vyshinsky?

    Try harder moron.

  21. False Equivalence says:

    Cassie: you are quite plainly an apologist for the crooks. And I am quite sure you are an ageing commie.

  22. False Equivalence says:

    Cassie: I am also wondering whether you might be related to PE, who is very likely a candidate for any Federal inquiry

  23. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Cassie: you are quite plainly an apologist for the crooks. And I am quite sure you are an ageing commie.”

    LOL….poor old False Teeth, I know…I know….the truth hurts you.

  24. Boambee John says:

    Falsies

    You are an idiot. Pull your head in.

  25. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Cassie: I am also wondering whether you might be related to PE, who is very likely a candidate for any Federal inquiry”

    LOL

  26. Old Lefty says:

    The ultimate indictment of ICAC is not just its unconscionable delay in investigating Obeid and Tripodi until Labor was out of office anyway. Rather, it was their gormless acceptance of Kenneally’s denials that she had any idea about what her valued mentors Eddie and Joe (and Macca, whom she reinstated to cabinet after Rees sacked him) were really up to. She must have been the only person in the entire state who didn’t.

  27. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “The ultimate indictment of ICAC is not just its unconscionable delay in investigating Obeid and Tripodi until Labor was out of office anyway. Rather, it was their gormless acceptance of Kenneally’s denials that she had any idea about what her valued mentors Eddie and Joe (and Macca, whom she reinstated to cabinet after Rees sacked him) were really up to. She must have been the only person in the entire state who didn’t.”

    Correct.

  28. False Equivalence says:

    Still, Cassie argues for more ICAC while arguing for no ICAC. She is, quite simply, an empty vessel filled up with dogma and bile.

  29. Cassie of Sydney says:

    LOL, Falsy’s getting desperate. He’s been outed for the fraud he is.

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