Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Commissioner Heydon Stands Up To Union Bullying.


An unprecedented attempt to force Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon to recuse himself has failed and now the Union funded ALP and fellow beneficiaries of union funds  including the Australian Melons are  investigating a Senate approach to Governor General, retired Army Chief of Staff,  Sir Peter Cosgrove to dismiss the RC before any more of the Labor Party and their Union funders and masters become exposed for the thieving bastards they really are.

Against breaking news that Shorton Brains was funded for thousands of dollars from a slush fund using illegally diverted  Superannuation  funds controlled by the NUW officials in his electoral battle with Antony Albanese for leader of the Federal ALP following KRudd being put down by the Coalition,  The Royal Commission of Dyson Heydon AC QC, retired judge of the high court of Australia into Union Corruption and Governance resumes its hearings.

Such matters of malfeasance among so many Crooked Union Leaders and their equally dodgy Federal and State parliamentary ALP enablers have it seems become so common place that many voters appear to be unmoved, a fact that is so sad for one of the few western democracies still functioning with a semblance of fairness, decency, transparency and honesty.

4 comments:

Angry Tory said...

of the few western democracies still functioning with a semblance of fairness, decency, transparency and honesty.

More to the point, one of the very few "Welfare West" countries with a government determined to get it out of that mess;
and with a functional anti-union commission.

This is the single most important political act for Australia (and thus for NZ) since the rorted 1951 referendum.

The US Constitution guarantees Republican government: no Democrat like Billary and certainly not Socialist like Sanders.
The 1951 referendum would have given Australians a similar guarantee, had not Labor and the Unions destroyed it.

Now at least Australia has a chance to finally gain its freedom!

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

The evidence provided by the ACTU was flimsy at best. Then they tried to brown nose the judge by going on about his reputation for fairness. That's where they lost the plot. Now the silly buggers are trying to get an appeal or get the Guv to sack him.

How dumb can you be?

Howie said...

Meanwhile the Commission has lost any shred of credibility it might have had as the public comes to grips with the fact that Abbott has set up a taxpayer funded political show trial and was dumb enough to put a flunky in charge of it. Worst PM ever do you think, chaps?

Angry Tory said...

Abbot should just have done what's right: declared the unions and Labor / Greens corrupt, and deregistered the lot of 'em.

Then gone for a double-dissolution and with nothing but PUP & Family First as opposition, he'd be in a position to make a real change to Australia: change to the Right, change far to the Better!

This will be a once-in-a-lifetime chance to undo all the leftist mistakes of the Hawke, Costello, and Howard govt (like keeping Medicare for a start). Things could be so much better in Oz - and then inevitably in NZ - once the unions and their political wings are gone for good.