Friday, 7 July 2017

Labour manages to show why they don’t support the average worker

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Shorten claims to be supporting the avergae worker, but in their oblivious circle,
they don't understand they're actually harming the worker.
In the recent penalty rates debate, the Liberals have consistently been fighting to remove penalty rates, a move that would allow greater freedom to small business, and greater ability to be open on weekends. However, Labour, taking their traditional stance of union puppet, is defending the penalty rates, calling out the Liberals for cheating everyday Australians.

First things first- the only cheating that’s been going on is Christopher Pyne. The second fact is that Labour is actually harming the everyday Australian. To the average leftist, penalty rates provide workers with the extra money needed to boost their education, as many seeking jobs with penalty rates are students. These leftists actually believe that penalty rates help the average worker. The truth is, penalty rates harm the average worker. Sure, to the naïve worker, extra money each week helps, and in many cases, this is all it is, a little extra money, but what about those who don’t get to work on weekends due to businesses not being able to afford the penalty rates that workers, or more correctly, worker’s unions demand?

Lets take, for example, the figures of a $100 wage per day, and on Saturday and Sunday, the worker gets $150 each day. That worker, if working 7 days a week, has just earned $800 per week. But take the worker who only gets to work 5 days a week, because the business can’t afford $800 a week. That worker only gets $500 per week. Here is where the worker is missing out. However, look at the figures if the worker works 7 days a week on normal pay- the worker gets $700. While this can make a big difference to some workers, this is $200 more than many workers are getting in this example. Only a minority are getting the $800 per week. The rest are getting the small amount of $500. So, essentially, what the Labour party is doing, is keeping many workers at a weekly wage of $500 when truly, they could be getting $700 per week.

Here, we can see that already the Liberal policy, that has, to the best of my knowledge, been implemented, is helping the average worker. This is at least one sign of the Liberal party attempting to get in touch with average Australians.

Another good part to this story is the publicity that this policy change has been given and the way in which the relevant minister, Michaelia Cash, has been spreading the story. Heard on 2GB on Tuesday, Cash was explaining how the Liberal policy helped Australian’s more than the Labour policy and pointed out inconsistencies within the Labour policy.

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Senator and Minister for Education, Michaelia Cash has been speaking out about the
hypocrisy of Bill Shorten.
Cash highlighted how, as Australian Workers Union Boss, Bill Shorten prevented hundreds of Queensland Target workers from getting penalty rates. All these years, those workers have been getting lower wages than the rest of Australia and Shorten claims to be representing the average Australian worker? And how has the policy of the Labour opposition changed so dramatically from when Bill Shorten agreed upon temporary penalty rate measures. Why has that agreed upon temporary changed into forever? Why is the Labour party once again proving that Australian’s can’t put trust into a Labour government? Shorten claims that after the Rudd-Gillard-Rudd years, the Labour party has learnt. I’d like to see what it has learnt. Has it learnt to be consistent? To be truthful. None of the above! Not only has it proven it’s lack of consistency in this matter but at the 2016 election, they lied about the Liberal party revoking Medicare from thousands of Australians. The Labour party has not learnt and cannot be trusted to deal with matters regarding everyday Australian workers.

So, the lesson today is that, not only is the Labour party still as bad as it was, but that the Liberal party, despite it’s treacherous leadership and internal battles, which Turnbull continues to claim is only caused by the media, has managed to do something that will help the average Australian and at the same time, taken time to get a little more in touch with the average Australian.

Thursday, 6 July 2017

The justice system is failing the public why they serve

Just this week, we have seen the irresponsible sentencing, or lack thereof, of two criminals, and cases in the past show us that the Justice System continues to make the same mistakes, mistakes proven to be fatal for the community.

When a man, the brother of a terrorist, threatens two people at a kid’s football match to kill them, or put holes in them and is then given bail although he is already on parole, we know something is wrong. When a teenager steals a car, kills a woman while in a police chase, driving at speeds of 212 k/h and then gets bail, you know there’s something wrong. When a man on the terrorism watchlist is put on bail for a case relating to murder, you know there’s trouble. So why are there so many cases with such terrible sentencing and who exactly creates these guidelines?

In 2007, A 24-year-old man broke into a house and raped a 4-year-old girl. He was given a 2 year suspended sentence, with bail, and was roaming the streets, all thanks to Judge Chris Geraghty because he was Aboriginal. So, a shocking crime is laid to rest because the judge stated that ‘the man was of Aboriginal origin’.

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Now retired, Justice John Gallop sentenced a man to one
day in prison due to his Aboriginal background.
And in 2002, a 50-year-old man who had previously bashed his wife to death raped a 15-year-old girl, his only defence being that in the Aboriginal tribal ceremony, it was promised to him. And the judge, Justice John Gallop only sentenced him to one day in prison. So, a man with previous murder history raped a girl and is in prison for one day. That’s it, in and out, and them left to roam the streets?

To add to this, a stupid and imbecilic judge, like the Labour party has never seen, called Sarah Bradley, sentenced four teenagers to nothing after sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl. Nothing. This judge is allowed to remain in the system? Well, she must have been because the idiot did the same thing months later when she recorded no conviction against six teenagers who had had sex with a ten-year-old girl, her defence being that the girl probably gave permission, even though she was only 10, and had been previously raped at the age of 7. No doubt the rapist was left to roam the streets after a moron judge like Ms Bradley ruled him innocent. And all of these people were Aboriginal. Now, I’m not saying that Aboriginal people are more likely to commit sexual crimes (although the statistics show they are) I’m just saying that because of race, or colour or background, a criminal can get away with raping a ten or eleven-year-old girl like they did nothing. Well, the only person who did nothing was the judge, sitting upon her throne, feeling like a queen. Well, those like Sarah Bradley and co should be kicked out of the country, or face the proper charges against rape for 3 girls.

Lets look at some other incidents. More recently, a 15-year-old boy stole a car, drove in a high-speed police chase at speeds up to 212k/h and hit a car, killing the mother of two inside. He is now serving his sentence of "three years, four months and one week- but with backdating, he will be free to seek release on parole in just 10 months." The Judge, Judge Tracey, probably not worth the title of "honour", was apparently restrained by the "Young Offenders Act, which prioritise care, guidance and correction of youths over punishment". In other words, the offender is more important than the punishment and the victim's family. Because we mustn't give criminals too harsh sentences, you know! In my book, if they dedserve the sentence, they should be given it. No judge should be restrained by guidelines that look like they were made for babies. And don't give me the "oh, but he's young" excuse. At the age of 15, one would hope that the cognitive capacity needed to know that stealing a car isn't a good idea is available.

So why are there guidelines that restrict judges from giving sentences that they deserve? The truth is, there is a belief in our justice system, meant to be serving justice out to those who deserve it, and giving some sort of compensation to the victim's families, that the criminal shouldn't be given too hard a sentence. That the rights (that a criminal shouldn't have) of a criminal need to be upheld. That, as Clementine Ford wrote on the ABC, "the court evidently cared more about how much justice might affect him [criminal] than it would her [victim]." 

This was in relation to a case where then 33-year-old Anthony Glass indecently assaulted a 17-year-old after luring her into his apartment. The aspiring teen was lured in when Glass claimed that he could make her a portfolio. After posing in lingerie, Glass asked her to remove her clothes, which she did. He then removed his clothes and sexually assaulted her, the court heard. Judge Peter Evans gave Glass a six-month suspended sentence and 2-year good behaviour bond, based on the fact that "Glass' assault on the girl had been generally 'gentle'". Glass' defence lawyer argued that a more sensible girl wouldn't have been lured into a stranger's apartment. Like this removes all responsibility from the man that actually lured her in in the first place. Like this changes the fact that Glass actually did anything, like luring a girl into your apartment automatically gives you the right to sexually assault her. The judge justified his sentence by deciding that the verdict, along with the criminal record that goes with it, would make it hard for Glass and his American wife and newborn baby to travel to the United States. The impact of the verdict was once again weighed more highly on the criminal compared to the victim. Once again, the needs of the criminal were put above the justice deserved to him.

What about the case by the useless and idiotic Magistrate Simon Garnett. Ricky Nixon was on the charges of assault after this report:
"Nixon was charged last July for an assault that saw him grab his former fiancee Tegan Gould on the neck, pull her hair, push her into a wall and strike her face." 
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The Justice Department is failing the public
whom it serves
After pleading guilty to the charge, Nixon's defence lawyer, Theo Alexander requested that Nixon received a fine and a record of criminal conviction. This desperate attempt was refused by the magistrate. At this point, you think that the Magistrate will deliver the deserved justice, but no, that would be too hard for Simon Garnett. Garnett claimed the offences were "too serious" and as such, sentenced Nixon to 200 hours of community service, all part of a 24-month rehabilitation program. Why couldn't the fine be kept, or the criminal record? Or is the magistrate just a total nutcase? Nixon's defence lawyer claimed that Nixon was going through a hard time due to his agent licence being revoked by the AFL. The fact that this was revoked due to a scandal whereupon Nixon was found with a 17-year-old in his apartment didn't come up. The defence lawyer painted Nixon as a victim of the AFL's brutality and appealed, referring to Nixon's supposedly good character. the obliviousness of the magistrate is obvious, an obvious show of the magistrate's inability to judge. Why is this the direction of the NSW Justice Department?

What about when Judge Joseph Moore totally dismissed the charge against Matthew Newton in 2010. But here's the joke, now only were the injuries that Newton gave to a girlfriend clear for the court to see, but Newton pleaded guilty to the charge. Yet, despite this declaration of guilt, Newton's charge was thrown out of court. Moore claimed that Newton was a "gentleman" who had the "utmost respect for women". Moore claimed that Newton would be unlikely to ever hit another woman, a statement that proved untrue. But hold up. Did Moore just concede that Newton did assault a woman? He claimed that he would be unlikely to ever hit another woman again. If again is in there, doesn't that mean he's done it? Doesn't that mean he is guilty? Doesn't that mean that really, the case shouldn't have been thrown out but continued? Was the judge going above his expectations and applying a sentence (or not) for the future instead of providing punishment for a crime already committed? Moore isn't dumb, he knew why he was throwing out the case. It was so Newton could still work in America, another showing of where a criminal has more importance than the victim, a clear showing where the court cares more about the criminal than the victim. Where is the compensation? There is none. And why are judges not held accountable for the corrupt decisions they make? We see judges and magistrates sentencing high up officials on corruption grounds when they're the corrupt ones.

What about when Man Monis was let out on bail on a murder charge? He went on, while on bail, to cnduct the Lindt Cafe Seige, killing two innocent people. The irresponsible actions of judges is claiming lives. Still, the justice system doesn't change. Still, as the death toll mounts, the justice department sits there, oblivious to the fact their decisions are claiming lives.

It is time that the justice system was overhauled. The time has come for criminals to get what they deserved. Bail laws are being used too freely, sentences are too light and criminals are just becoming repeat offenders. Over 80% of all criminals in NSW’s prisons are repeat offenders, a figure that the Justice system should take note of. That figure will only grow as the inability of the justice system and judges take a toll on the innocent people they are meant to be serving. Guidelines are sometimes restricting judges from making necessary decisions. Take a look at the brother of a terrorist that got bail for a day. Luckily, the following day action could be taken to revoke this. Why are there such guidelines that the people we trust to sentence criminals can’t make the necessary decisions. And likewise, why are judges allowed to sentence dangerous criminals to such light penalties. This slap on the wrists has to come to an end before it gets more out of hand, but it won’t while leftist judges claiming to be progressive are in control of our justice system. The people aren’t on board with the justice system, and the justice system are meant to be servicing and protecting the people. What has happened to this necessary link that has distanced them so far? This is the most important question and one that must be answered before anything else. Where does the allegiances of all the judges and magistrates lie- with the criminals, with their rights and their protection, or the victims, the public and the innocent people they are killing?

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Sarah Hanson-Young once again proves why she needs the boot

 I’m certainly glad I’m not Sarah Hanson-Young’s daughter, who, while sick, was taken on a trip, on an overnight plane, to go whale watching. But don’t worry, in-between the oysters, the $3,500 dollars spent in 2 days, the 98 whales watched and the chauffeur, Hanson-Young apparently was talking to people in the tourism industry. Because that affects her how, exactly?

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The Greens Senator consumed some 
There are many problems with the most recent disturbance of the many in Hanson-Young’s career. This failed politician just manages “to say anything and get away with it”, Andrew Bolt said on 2GB last night. And that’s exactly right, not only has she spent an excessive amount of money, but has claimed a dodgy excuse, and then taken aim at those trying to call her out for it. But first, to finance;

This most recent bill on the taxpayer is just one of many examples that shows that the Greens really don’t care about the taxpayer. These “greenies” mainly call for a Marxist society (yes, how these people can possibly get into parliament is beyond my knowledge), yet go out and spend the money that, under their model, should be spread. You shouldn’t get a whale watching trip, Marxism is all about simplicity, and whale watching is too extravagant. So, that’s the first contradiction.

But she doesn’t care about the taxpayer. She goes around, posting images of her and her “sick” daughter eating oysters, being chauffeured around South Australia and just generally, couldn’t care less about the money that she thinks grows on a tree. One 2GB caller said that Hanson-Young has the mentality of a 15-year-old. I find that insulting. As a 15-year-old, I’d hope I have a bit more cognitive capacity than this irresponsible politician. But I guess us taxpayers have to be understanding of her. She’s just spending up big before she gets the boot from parliament in 2019.

My second problem is that Hanson-Young claims that this trip was in the interests of tourism. She apparently had an appointment regarding tourism but get this. As Bolt revealed on 2GB last night, the whale watching centre is virtually in the middle of nowhere. That’s right, it’s not too far from the border. Why does this matter to Hanson-Young? This tourism excuse seems to me a craftily made excuse that falls apart under any close scrutiny.  But one part of Hanson-Young’s plan has been fulfilled. She has managed to draw attention to this whale watching station in the middle of nowhere. That’s one plus.

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Sarah Hanson-Young enjoyed a spot of whale watching while supposedly conducting
meetings regarding the environment and tourism.
The next faulty excuse used by Hanson-Young was that her daughter was sick. That’s why she was accompanying Hanson-Young instead of being at school. Apparently, going on a plane, overnight and going whale-watching is good for a cold. Not only that but there just happened to be a position on the plane for her 11-year-old daughter. Was she really sick or was it planned? The mystery surrounding Hanson-Young continues to increase.

The last problem with this little episode is Hanson-Young’s response to the backlash against her irresponsible spending and transparent lies. She says that “grumpy, old, white men” are complaining about her, bringing up irrelevant topics. Yes, she did bring out the race card. Yes, she brought out male supremacy and not only that, age somehow has a factor in this matter.

This weak response brings her offence to a whole other level. Sure, lying to the taxpayer, that’s common, immoral but common, and spending taxpayer money is also common, but bringing out the race and sexist card is bringing the matter to a whole other level. As most leftists believe, the race and sexist card somehow brings moral weight to their side. They somehow now hold the upper hand in some moral case that wasn’t existent previously. This is loathsome and the most irresponsible part of this story. But not only that, Steve Price and Andrew Bolt managed to, on 2GB last night, bring up at least two examples of young, black women having a problem with Hanson-Young and her actions regarding this irresponsible use of taxpayer money. This clearly flaws her complaint.

Lastly, what would happen if some conservative parliamentarian had been brought to the spotlight in a case like this? Why have actions like those taken against Bronwyn Bishop not been incurred against Hanson-Young? Sure, I’m not championing for the bringing down of politicians for irresponsible taxpayer money- due to the fact that virtually everyone does it. This doesn’t mean I’m okay with it, or that it should be an offence that has no punishment, but the singling out of a politician, like what happened with Bronwyn Bishop, is unacceptable. The left seems to be of the same opinion when it comes to their politicians, but conservative ones? That’s a whole other case. This hypocrisy is so blatantly obvious, and what’s more- the government isn’t bringing this to the public’s attention. It is up to conservative media outlets to bring this to the public’s attention. Where is the attack dog in the government? The election isn’t just won at the election. But, I digress.  The point is, had this been a conservative politician, the headlines would have been aggressive like those regarding Hanson-Young haven’t. This double-standard is infuriating!

In the end, Hanson-Young is an irresponsible politician that, while thinking she is making her situation better, digs herself into a hole with transparent lies that the everyday Australian can see through. However, the loyal tree-huggers and leftists no doubt see justification behind Hanson-Young’s lies and actions. What is true, however, is Hanson-Young is coming to the end of her days. She was the youngest politician to ever enter the Senate, and that achievement is sure to be overwhelmed by the big landslide that she is sure to face at the next election- after all- is there anyone in Australia who is that idiotic to vote for Hanson-Young? This woman would be dangerous if she had a brain, so let’s just be grateful that she isn’t as dangerous and irresponsible as she could be.