So lets a get a few ‘rugby league commentary’ obvious facts out of the way first.
Police in Australia generally are dumb bullies who use the fact they are believed in court over anyone else to keep them selves out of jail.
So what surprise is it they are launching politically motivated online attacks against their opponents. In this case the scum are fighting each other, the Marxist scum of the green party are up against the Trotsky-neocon scum of the police.
The attacks being joined in by senior members of NSW police including a HR manager who would usually hide behind the shield of politically correctness. Yes hypocrisy.
So how will this play out?
Leong will sue the police and win or lose the tax payers will foot the bill. No police officer will lose their job because they have a free pass in the justice system.
Why are the police stupid enough to think Facebook comment won’t come back to them?
Facebook will continue to be proof of your crimes but irrelevant when prosecuting the enforcer and deceiver classes.
The police are online and will bully policy makers to get their own way. Don’t think the police won’t bully you online to get what they want from you.
So lost in all this debate was the question of:
What is a swamp monkey?
If you are a police officer you can get a grown up to click on the link below and find out more things about swamp monkeys.
If you a Green party member or one of their brain washed voters, don’t try to collect money for ‘saving’ this monkey, we know you don’t really give a shit about the monkey and you’ll spend the money on single origin lattes, colonic irrigation and weekend retreats.
It should be obvious police are bullies and will use their taxpayer funded jobs to sit on their asses and harass people on Facebook and other places online. Yeah really catching the bad guy there. The police will talk about how bad racism and hate crime is but then they are quite happy to do it to other people. You are starting to see the police for what they are, hypocrites and bullies who hunt in packs, just like a street gang.
Guess what Australia, you are 30 years behind New Zealand!
A wave of shocked silence followed by jeers echos across the country…
Australians all angrily ask “What are we behind in?”
“Apart from Rugby Union and occasionally Netball we are not behind New Zealand!”
Only if it was so unimportant as sport, you might see whats really going on. You have been blinded by bread and circuses, or perhaps beer and footy.
Split Enz, from New Zealand in 1981, with a song written by Neil Finn, unfortunately history does repeat.
New Zealand, for decades, has been a social policy test tube for the western world. A small, largely isolated population that reeled from the Neo- con ‘shock doctrine’ of Chicago school economists.
Even more surprising was the fact that this hard core Neo-con agenda was run by the New Zealand’s Labour party, a political outfit more or less akin to the ALP in political ideology and electoral significance.
Well it would have been akin to the ALP, if it wasn’t for a few key individuals who drew inspiration from Thatcher and Regan who were in office at the time in UK and USA respectively.
Would you like to look into a somewhat tame version of what is happening now in Australian Politics with the Abbott/Hockey budget?
Have a glance at these somewhat surreal crystal balls, telling you a potential future for Australia from New Zealand’s troubled past.
If you do not watch these films, you only have yourself to blame when further nasty surprises happen!
Its worth pointing out that despite this film being made more than 12 years after the neo- con ravage and upheaval in NZ, it was effectively banned from NZ television until 2003, nearly 20 years after the events it portrayed. You might ask why, and that’s the exact question the New Zealand Government didn’t want its citizens asking. Citizens who were now being treated as units of economic production.
Another film by the same director (Alistair Barry) about the same events from a slightly different and more enlightened perspective, explores how the Reserve Bank of New Zealand was behind many of the initiatives. Curiously the director said his main inspiration for making the movies was he had so much footage that simply made him angry, and he had to understand why it make him angry, and what was actually driving the economic and social carnage witnessed.
Both of the films heavily feature television archives, which many New Zealanders would have seen as part of news broadcasts at the time of the events, some clips appear in both films because of the significant to both stories and the political history described.
Split Enz I walk away; 1984, from their last album.
Perhaps Split Enz saw the (economic) writing on the wall, splitting up in 1984 and temporarily moving to Los Angeles before morphing into ‘The Mullanes’ and finally ‘Crowded House’ and moving back ‘home’ to Australia.
The opening credits of this video sadly will not put to bed any lingering debate over whether Crowded House was Kiwi band or and Aussie band, as Hester had joined Split Enz before the remainder of Split Enz became ‘Crowded House’.
The best compromise to this sometimes confused friendly debate is best settled with this: Crowded House was a Melbourne band that formed in the USA from the remains of a New Zealand band.
Welcome to the confusion and dislocation of the shock doctrine and globalization.
And finally Crowded House ‘Weather with you’ from 1992. When the rapacious globalist corporations come, they bring the weather (and its not good weather).
If you don’t think it can happen here, this week should have been a wake up call, Chile was taken by surprise in 1973, as was New Zealand in 1984, will Australia wake up and get wise in 2014?
History does repeat.
What was once a purely New Zealand phenomenon can easily become completely ingrained in Australia, be it music or political ideology.
RIP Paul Hester