A MAN OF COURAGE TO FACE THE MUSIC
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
I was looking everywhere for Ralph Blewitt’s contact number when the phone rang. Yep, it was old Ralph. I wanted to know if the fire in his belly was still raging at the same rate it was three years ago. Surely his anger must have subsided a little. It hadn’t, except toward me for calling him a simpleton, for which I have apologised.
After an hour with Ralph I concluded the flammable kindling had doubled in strength. He is still waiting to be charged so he can finally cleanse himself and sever his rotten connection to the corruption of Shorten’s AWU and its solicitors, Slater & Gordon. There is no going back for Ralph now and I hope the usual publicity-desperate QC is there to assist... because it will not be all smooth sailing.
Over 30 charges will be laid against Ralph and it will be difficult to embroil the crooks as prosecutors will claim irrelevancy. But Ralph cannot give his explosive evidence without disclosing the principal perpetrators’ culpability.
It will be a matter of what prosecutors decide to do after hearing the truth about the AWU affair. I suggest they will do nothing as the judiciary so far has refused to act against former PM Gillard and those she supported and corrupted.
Bill Shorten’s vile anti-worker actions were within crooked union rules and he may escape all but blazing criticism from the Government benches during Question Time.
The Royal Commission turned a blind eye, preferring instead to distribute blame across the worst of the union movement. Shorten, Wilson and Gillard, those most exposed to criminal charges, were saved by Labor’s vicious attack on Dyson Heydon’s impartiality, making it almost impossible for him to recommend charges against any of them. He didn’t, and walked away, avoiding any further attacks from Labor over his impartiality.
Labor had a very good reason for attacking the Commissioner... and it worked.
Gillard needed expert help in drawing up the illegal slush fund document to present to the WA Corporate Affairs. It had failed the first time and now Gillard had to convince Corporate Affairs personally that it was genuine and in the members’ interest... it most definitely was not.
She had requested the assistance of another S&G in-house lawyer, Bernard Murphy, to draw up the Association of Objects for the illegal account. They both worked on drafting the document. Gillard authored and then signed the document as a partner of S&G and an Industrial lawyer, making a joke of her "naive" claim.
Later, as PM, Gillard repaid a busted Bernard Murphy by appointing him as a Judge of the Federal Court.
Peter Gordon shot through after he had sacked Gillard. Nicola Roxon who held Gillard’s diary shot through to the other Labor ambulance chasers, Maurice Blackburn, where she hopped into Shorten’s unmade bed, while he was finishing his dodgy law degree with Adam Bandt who also departed S&G for the Greens.
As PM, Gillard rewarded Roxon with the plum AG portfolio which she later resigned from and shot through to obscurity. Gillard’s diary was never recovered. Paul Howes also shot through, leaving his wife and kids for his new girlfriend.
Those in Ralph’s cross hairs are Big Bill Ludwig, Shorten, Gillard, Roxon, Murphy, Wilson, Joe Trio who, as Thiess CEO and Wilson’s brother-in-law, paid Wilson hundreds of thousands as member training costs, Conroy, Paul Howes, Slater & Gordon and many others on the periphery.
Slater & Gordon appears to have suffered well-deserved financial death.
Ralph Blewitt’s trial must of necessity involve the criminality of the above. Evidence that even the Left media will find hard to dismiss this time. Will that be sufficient to force prosecutors to do their jobs? Maybe.
An interested observer will be a good friend in Bob Kernohan (above) who has suffered most from the criminality of them all, mainly Shorten.
N.B. Ralph is on a pension and cannot afford to engage solicitors. If you would like to help, please go to his facebook page for directions to donate. He and we deserve a helping hand.