JUSTICE McCLELLAN’S NOSE CAN’T SMELL ANYTHING ISLAM
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.
“The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse” is a carefully worded title constructed by the Gillard Government and its terms of reference were carefully constructed so as to ensure the Commission goes nowhere near ALP constituencies surrounding mosques.
Gillard’s appointment of Sydney’s north shore greeny, Justice Peter McClellan as Commissioner was designed, as with every Gillard appointment, to inflict lasting political influence.
Gillard ensured the Commission was confined to investigating only churches, charities, community organisations and government bodies, so is the sexual abuse of children committed within Islamic “community organisations” out of bounds? Gillard thought so, and so too does Justice McClellan.
McClellan gave notice this month, in a letter to Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, that the Commission intends following up on the Gillard-appointed Gillian Triggs’ outrageously false allegations regarding detention centres.
Yet offshore detention centres are well outside the Commission’s jurisdiction but, in the course of statements and examinations concerning on-shore centres, Justice McClellan knows full well that Triggs’ and Hanson-Young’s scuttlebutt will get plenty of air time, followed by plenty of ABC and Fairfax time.
This Commission is taking an ugly political turn Left.
Justice McClellan should hang around Ballarat for a while where yet another mosque is being built, or wander up the road to the approved Bendigo mega-mosque. Very fertile ground awaits him there regarding blatant child abuses as abhorrent as female genital mutilation and underage forced marriages. Or if Bendigo is too cold, try Lakemba.
These practices are not Triggs and Hanson-Young beatups... these are real. Melbourne’s Royal Women’s Hospital alone has reported admitting between 600 and 700 affected females annually. God only knows what the figure is nationally.
FGM is illegal and conducted around the age of five within private Islamic communities, usually by old men inflicting tetanus with rusty razor blades.
How can that not be of interest to a Commission charged with investigating child abuse within community organisations?
Islamic sexual abuse of children should be a walk-up start for this Royal Commission as it is impossible to obtain precise data about the extent to which FGM is performed. A veritable gold mine of hitherto unknown information awaits any responsible Royal Commissioner, but apparently not this one.
Anything smelling of Islamic sexual abuse of children is clearly out of bounds.
But hang on, the “independent” Triggs report, she emotively called “The Forgotten Children”, detailed 233 assaults involving children and 33 incidents of reported sexual assault, with the majority involving children, but neither she nor Hanson-Young mentioned that most “assaults” were assessed as being either children on children or adults on adults.
Triggs’ long litany of lies became evident at a later Senate inquiry where she falsely claimed she refused a bribe by Senator Brandis to abandon her role as Human Rights President.
“I’m a lawyer”, she screeched when chairing another committee and was asked to withdraw a claim that there were armed guards at a children’s detention centre. She refused, and continued to make even more ridiculous assertions that there, “wasn’t a blade of grass to be seen” and that, “children were diseased, suicidal and Ill-cared for without decent medical facilities”.
Having recently visited the site Triggs was knowingly telling bald faced lies but was determined to mislead the Left Press who were eager to report her “opinions”, rather than the facts as presented by Minister Morrison.
So what is the current McClellan Royal Commission doing writing to Hanson-Young expressing its interest in on-shore detention centres (centres that are tightly controlled by the Immigration Department and of little interest to the Left) when the real focus is clearly centred on off-shore centres which are outside its jurisdiction and run by contractors?
Hmmm, I smell a rotten rat nibbling at the hated former Immigration Minister Scott Morrison’s heels... and at the behest of the evil duo of Triggs and Hanson-Young.
Whatever the case, the stench of the Gillard legacy of Left appointments lives on.