IF THE COMMISH STANDS DOWN PREPARE FOR ANARCHY
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.
Dyson Heydon must stay and the Left still don’t understand why. They are high on fantasy and chanting “bias, bias, bias” in a circular trance with their hands on each other’s genitals in an overt display of reciprocal masturbation.
It’s a new low in self-ingratiating judicial alchemy, even for the ABC and Fairfax. Dyson Heydon must stay!
“His future decisions will be tainted, his position is now untenable”, they scream. What they are really saying is, “He must be stopped from unearthing any more of Labor’s unionised corruption before it reaches the Opposition Front Bench and Bill Shorten.”
The Left’s modus operandi has always been to attack the courier of bad tidings rather than debate the efficacy of the message itself. Shoot the messenger before he can utter the message! Don’t allow the people to know! So the judgment must be burnt and the judge degraded.
The industrial thuggery of the CFMEU and its political arm, Bill Shorten’s AWU, is about to be unleashed on the airwaves as millions in workers’ subscriptions are poured into media’s coffers in a shower of outright lies and deception.
Make no mistake, union thugs have the whiff of their own death in their nostrils and they will use every last penny of their members’ fees to fight to the end.
This is a turning point in Australia’s industrial relations and Dyson Heydon is alone at the fulcrum.
If the Commissioner were to stand down it would, in effect, be an admission that his findings have been compromised. It would mean dozens of the guilty again walk free
... this time from “tainted” evidence the Commissioner and the Commission itself will have all but admitted to.
Union thugs will resume their corrupt practices killing off the last of our manufacturing industries.
Our once great rag trade and shoe manufacturers have gone, foundries are closing, our automotive manufacturers have returned to where protection rackets haven’t rendered their products’ prices uncompetitive.
Billions in Australian government assistance went straight into union coffers to fight conservatives who dared restrict their excesses.
We are an Asian nation with workers on wages beyond comparison to our neighbours and most of our trading partners. We cannot compete and we cannot product-improve our ore, bauxite, uranium or minerals, and the Greens want coal mines killed off over pobblebonk frogs and spotted skinks.
We export raw iron ore, live cattle and sheep, anything that requires a minimum of costly labour.
Unions have destroyed the manufacturing sector. It now constitutes a diminishing 16 percent of our economy but, like all good unionists they will simply move elsewhere, like they moved to Australia from Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool.
If this Commission falls over through a false and innocuous claim of a “perception” of bias then all future Royal Commissions will also fall over. Dyson Heydon cannot allow that to happen, and I don’t believe he will.
It is only a perception because the rabid Left says it is.