Category Archives: Legal cases
What this means is that any health measures ordered by the health minister in the case of a pandemic have to be reasonable, appropriate, as non-intrusive as possible , for the shortest period possible and effective, otherwise they can and will be challenged in court. This is also determined by the charter of human rights.
The curfew has gone, and stringent hotel quarantine for all arrivals makes no sense anymore either, when there is community transmission, which is one reason why it’s about to be scrapped. Other measures like the 5 km rule and universal mask wearing are also being challenged by experts.
People can and will challenge the fines they received by breaching those measures and are most likely to win, which is why fines that have been put up for review are currently all dismissed, because if a precedent is set in court that the measure was disproportionate the government can be sued by all the people who received such fines. A class action is already being prepared by Serene Teffaha and her team at advocateme.com.au
“A United Nations panel has decided that Julian Assange’s three-and-a-half years in the Ecuadorian embassy amount to “arbitrary detention”, leading his lawyers to call for the Swedish extradition request to be dropped immediately.”
Of course this doesn’t mean that anything will change in the eyes of British and Swedish authorities. He is a middle aged white man after all, and the only legitimate refugees these days are young brown and black Muslim men,whose rape rampages in Sweden and the UK are tolerated and swept under the carpet by authorities, while a white man only has to have consensual sex with the wrong woman in order to be locked away for life.( Of course, the rape charges against Assange have always been irrelevant.)
Ironic, then, that Wikileaks tried to defend the lives of those Muslims by showing how the US committed war crimes.
The US stance towards Assange would be understandable if the US government and it’s president weren’t such lyin’ cheatin’ bastards.
This whole sorry saga is a medieval tale of brutality and miscarriage of justice of epic proportions , but one thing is clear : The West does not have anything resembling freedom of speech or freedom of the press, but is starting to resemble East Germany at the height of Stasi infiltration.
The UN decision, while welcome, appears to be nothing but a cynical exercise in ass covering inspired by Pontius Pilate, paying lip service to the idea of human rights, while at the same time being completely willing to sacrifice yet another enlightened human being who wanted to do good.
Straight out the the I can’t believe it files, One of Australia’s leading ISIS/Daesh internet shriekers turns out to be Joshua Goldberg a 20 year old Jew living with his parents in Florida USA.
What, what, I thought ISIS/Daesh was supposed to be Muslim fundamentalists!
There has been growing suspicion that ISIS/Daesh is actually a Israel run operation to ethnically cleanse the middle east to make space for a larger Israeli state. Pretty clever trick to make everyone else thinks that Muslim extremists did it while you move the border fences.
This might be comical except for the fact this ultra troll has been encouraging terrorist acts of violence, in Australia no less.
This terrorist has had dozens of account on multiple forums and routinely using his sock puppets to fight each other to draw other people into his completely synthetic dramas.
Then using these drams to drive further insane dramas, he created a never ending race to the bottom of twisted logic to easily bamboozle the foolish SJW crowd.
Because of the extensive use of Tumblr by this terrorist is creating and maintaining a persona in Australian head of the AFP Mick Keelty has demanded that Tumbler be shut down.
When question about the severity of the move and the inconvenience to the public Keelty responded:
We have to shut town Tumblr to stop the terrorism, I’m sure life will go on. Tumblr’s primary user base is fat/ugly women who use the site to blame men for their problems and complain about being dateless and miserable. -Mick Keelty
Keelty commented further stating that people really need to question the facts and views they read online, because otherwise they might find themselves embarrassed by supporting/quoting a troll or being caught up in a very clever ruse.
So in our race to the bottom of corruption legal and political system, we have a Royal commission head being accused of corruption, by the very people he is attempting to prosecute.
You really have to laugh at the system attempting to give itself legitimacy when its becoming blatantly obvious that every part is so thoroughly corrupt that there is no real hope for a reasonable settlement.
The unions have screwed their workers, the government is using the commission to attack political opponents but has been caught out stacking the commission with party lackeys.
Epic levels of hypocrisy form all sides.
In a move reminiscent of a chapter from Neuromancer, a secret group of hackers stole a corporate database and apparently ransomed the corporation using the stolen data as leverage.
The data release proves several frauds of the corporation:
*User delete service, where the user details are not actually deleted.
*Misleading customers, by creating fake ‘products’ (bait user accounts).
*Misrepresenting the users chances of success of product use ( the ratio of real male to female accounts was possibly as high as 1000 to 1).
Of course this will lead to more lawsuits against Ashley Madison who have in the past paid out on misrepresenting their user base for a profit motive.
You will need a torrent service to download the database.
If you pay for an internet dating site you are probably a man, and you are probably more likely to meet the woman of your dreams in a gay night club.
So if you are thinking this fraud is isolated you might be surprised that any organized paid for dating service is a fraud.
Check out fraction reserve speed dating whereby fictitious single women are invented out of thin air to create the appearance of a actual market, and fleece the suckers chasing a mirage.
admin addition 20/8/2015
This video seems to sums up the situation as it stands, adult language used in places, but its an adult topic so not a surprise really.
Admin edit addition
The number of fembots in the Ashley Maddison database was well hidden, here’s how it was done:
Rotherham was not an isolated incident, the pedophilia of Islam is pervasive.
Another thing pervasive is the refusal to state that yet again Muslims are responsible, 3 are even named Mohahmad.
Arrested and charged in Halifax for crimes during 2005 – 2011:
Hedar Ali, 35, of Nantwich, Cheshire. He is charged with rape (x2) and trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation (x2).
Fasil Mahmood, 35, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 and supply of a class B Drug.
Zameer Asif, 24, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child.
Mohammed Ramzan, 34, of Bradford. He is charged with conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child under 16, rape and trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation.
Khalid Zaman, 37, of Bradford. He is charged with conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child under 16, rape (x2) and supply of a class B drug.
Ataf Ali, 32, of Bradford. He is charged with conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child under 16 and voyeurism.
Mohammed Fiaz Askar, 32, of Bradford. He is charged with conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child under 16.
Aesan Pervez, 26, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual assault (x3).
Mansoor Akhtar, 23, of Huddersfield. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x2) and the supply of a class B drug.
Furqaan Ghafar, 30, of Derby. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
Aftab Hussain, 35, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual grooming, sexual assault and sexual activity with a child under 16 (x2).
Talib Saddiq, 29, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x2).
Amaar Ali Ditta, 25, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x2).
Silkander Malik, 30, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
Akbar Aziz Hussain, 29, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 and supply of a class B drug.
Azeem Subhani, 23, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x2).
Tahir Mahmood, 42, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x3) and sexual assault.
Mohammed Ahmed, 41, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
Haaris Ahmed, 31, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x3) and supply of a class B drug (x3).
Taukeer Butt, 29, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16 (x4).
Arshad Majid, 24, of Shipley. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
Christopher Mulqueen-Bennett, 36, of Newport (Gwent). He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
Muhammed Asim Janjuha, 33, of Bradford. He is charged with rape.
Haider Ali, 39, of Halifax. He is charged with rape, sexual activity with a child under 16 and causing a child under 16 to engage in sexual activity without consent.
Sikander Ishaq, 30, of Halifax. He is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
It seems now that any African American dies in the vicinity of a police officer a series of media vultures are circling ready to pick over the body and begin bleating propaganda.
Who made you the spokesperson of our family?
We just want to bury our nephew with dignity and respect.”
-Hertencia Petersen, Akai Gurley’s aunt.
Details about this death are very brief at this stage, too brief to pass judgement in any direction. But none the less, Rev Al Sharpton wanted to grandstand over the death for media and political capital.
So lets state a few things to begin with to attain some perspective. The 2nd amendment of the US constitution promises the right to bear arms, many US citizens choose to exercise this right. The wording of the amendment makes it very clear the purpose of this amendment was to preserve freedom of the people from tyranny.
Of course no right is free or without cost or sacrifice.
As the result of a population who routinely carry hand guns as a matter of course there will be accidents. In the USA there are 2000 accidental gun deaths per year. An example of a pure accident is this: A woman walks into a bar with a revolver in her hand bag, she drops the hand bag on the bar and the revolver goes off, the bullet shoots through the bag and hits the bartender in the forehead killing him instantly. Completely unintentional, completely unpredictable, utterly freak accident.
While gun ownership is very high in the USA, the use of guns in murders is proportionally quite low because most people who use guns know the odds of winning handgun fight are about 50%. Risking your life on a the flip of a coin is insane; even in Russian roulette you have an 85% chance of winning. While the person you are pointing a handgun at may not be armed, many bystanders probably are armed and will be exonerated in a court for defensive homicide.
But this dead leads us to another controversial concept, should the police even have guns at all, maybe we would be better served by an armed population and unarmed police. Police were initially unarmed when police forces were first established.
While a pure accident is a possibility, there are several other factors, an inexperienced cop seeing two figures approach, a poorly light area, a black neighborhood, mistaken identity, at this stage who knows if there was malice or racism as factors. What we do know is a young man is dead, his life ended, and another young man has a huge cloud hanging over the rest of his life. So it is a double tragedy, one that you would probably never hear of because it does not allow itself to be ‘shoehorned’ into fit a specific political agenda.
There is only one thing worse than losing an innocent loved one, and this is politicians feeding on your loss and grief for their own benefit.