“THICK AS A BRICK”


       AussieWatch

Issue:February 7th 2014

“THICK AS A BRICK”

Amazing, but true, if you think about it, and it shows the importance of accuracy in your tax return.

The CRA has returned the Tax Return to a man in Canada after he apparently answered one of the questions incorrectly.

In response to the question, …

Do you have anyone dependent on you ?

The man wrote: …  “2.1 million illegal immigrants, 1.1 million crackheads, 4.4 million unemployable scroungers, 80,000 criminals in over 85 prisons plus 650 idiots in Parliament and the entire group that call themselves Politicians”.

The CRA stated that the response he gave was unacceptable.

The man’s response back to the CRA was, …

Who did I leave out ?
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DID YOU KNOW ???

“Australian pensioner vote holds the power of government” 

Why don’t they use it ???

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SCHAPELLE CORBY’S SENDS FEAR THROUGH GOVERNMENT … WHY?

Picture compliments of Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images

Wikileaks Julian Assange, whistleblower Edward Snowden have turned over to the public USA spy network violations they have conducted behind closed doors. Why is Schapelle Corby terrifying Australian government when her name is mentioned?

Today our Prime Minister Abbot had this to say in The Australian;

TONY Abbott has issued a veiled caution to convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby not to profit by selling the story of her nine years in jail. 

Corby could learn as early as tomorrow whether her bid for parole has been successful, opening the way for her release from Bali‘s Kerobokan prison.

If it’s approved, Corby, 36, will serve her parole in the Kuta home of her sister Mercedes and her husband Wayan Widyartha.
There is speculation Corby could be paid millions of dollars for her first tell-all interview.

But the Prime Minister suggested he does not think that should happen.

“The old principle is crime should not pay,” Mr Abbott told Fairfax Radio.

“But I don’t want to say anything on this.

“I wouldn’t want to prejudice the outcomes of any discussions that are going on about her tenure.”

He said Corby‘s case was a high-profile consular case and the “less public comment by politicians, the better”.

One could understand you thinking a Monty Python script but it is your fearless leader out there loading the dice against Corby on the day before decision of parole is to be considered.  “Less public comment by politicians, the better” should have been the only answer to the question.

Corby’s massive support base unearthed evidence those in power did not want recovered. A compliant media network committed to release a Corby telemovie was funded by whom? This production will be sharply discredited from Corby faithful bloodhound evidence warehouse.

Hollywood producer’s, interested in a box office smash?  “The CorbyChronicles” based on facts, cameo appearances by Schapelle Corby (herself), bullshit by government bodies, then the finale of  Facts.

We await today’s Indonesian court decision before selecting the cards we lead from the warehouse to the court of public opinion.

Letter to Mr Abbott:

Mr Abbott,

I have just read your words regarding Schapelle Corby: the words which The Australian Newspaper has interpreted and reported as a “veiled threat” to her. I wonder, does she REALLY need any sort of threat, at this point in time?
 
I am talking about the interview in which you were stoking up the rabble and feeding the spiteful: those who maliciously want to deny her any form of revenue, who want her to be on public display, suffering in poverty, punished repeatedly for life. The vicious Australian underclass, which is so large it doesn’t bear thinking about.
 
If she escapes from a decade of trauma, do you really grudge her some revenue on which to survive, to obtain the necessary means for expensive medications, for privacy, to try to recover and heal some scars?
 
Go ahead then, because let’s face it, Canberra cannot possibly make Australia look any more barbaric than it already has.
 
In the case of the seizure of revenue, a good case in point is described in the attached report. It documents the open and ILLEGAL theft of her book royalties, which even unlawfully extended Australian law outside its borders. Oh, and lest we forget, it did this WHILST SHE WAS STILL IN LEGAL PROCESS IN INDONESIA.
 
Yes, it actually flagged Jakarta, loud and clear, with the message that Canberra considered her to be guilty. How courageous Australia is.
 
Was this particular act of grotesque political abuse undertaken to hide the criminal acts which had been previously perpetrated against her by government ministers, Mr Abbott? You know the ones: those documented in the UN report (Download HERE) submitted by people in 51 nations. Those which shame and damn the nation.
 
Do you want me to list them? Do you want me to explain, again, what Australian politicians have done to this woman? The trauma, the torment, the torture, the betrayal she has felt burning inside. The degradation she has suffered, the abuses she has endured in her cell, the mental disintegration as her pleas for help to her own nation were ignored?
 
Not ignored: she was ridiculed, slandered, maligned, denigrated and laughed at. She was smeared and fabricated against, endlessly.
 
And what do you now do? You feed that same campaign.
 
Well done, Mr Abbott. True leadership.



Simon Langford

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