The shocking law in Victoria Australia that no Media will talk about.


On a facebook page called Pollie Watch Victoria I came across the below screenshot taken by Mark Cory.

Apparently it is screenshot of an amendment to the crimes act put forward by a sitting member in order to to legalise sex with children as young as 12 by inserting a loophole. According to the page these amendments have so far passed through both houses with zero scrutiny as no questions have been asked.

If this is true then this is a shocking scoop and it is very surprising that the story has not yet made the Mainstream Media.

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Europe to illegal immigrants: piss off, we’re full


It has reacted rather slowly, but in addition to trying to enforce border controls on the outer limits of the EU, deportations have started.


After months of tensions over the wave of nearly 600,000 people who have flooded into Europe this year, the EU is now taking a tougher stance by focusing on tightening border controls and reducing the incentive for people to come to the continent in the first place.

“Those who do not require international protection must return to their countries of origin,” Luxembourg minister Jean Asselborn, whose country holds the EU presidency, told reporters after the talks. Read more »

Photo Of The Day

UNITED STATES - SEPTEMBER 16: The aftermath of a bombing on Wall Street which killed 30. The bomb was planted in a horse drawn cart. (Photo by NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images)

UNITED STATES – SEPTEMBER 16: The aftermath of a bombing on Wall Street which killed 38. The bomb was planted in a horse drawn cart. Photo by NY Daily News Archive via Getty Images.

Terror on Wall Street

Lunchtime down on Wall Street today is a chaotic mess of brokers and bankers on cell phones, tour groups, messengers on bikes, police, construction workers, people delivering lunch and the stray old lady walking her dog.

Ninety Five years ago, In 1920, it would have practically been the same, sans the cell phones. So it’s particularly disturbing how easy it is to imagine the noontime scene on September 16, 1920. In fact, most of the surroundings — the Stock Exchange, the Sub-Treasury building (today’s Federal Hall), and most importantly J.P. Morgan’s headquarters on 23 Wall Street — are still very much active.

An unidentified man led a horse and carriage down the congested street, fighting to get past crowds, until it rested at the corner about 100 feet east of Broad. As the Trinity Church bells rang, the man dropped the reins and fled, never to be seen again.

One minute later, the wagon exploded with 100 pounds of dynamite, eradicating everything in its sphere, then sending dozens of iron slugs through the air to create a horrific scene of carnage.
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Prisoner raped woman while on day release. That just has to be another Serco thing, right?

Nope.  Apparently these things happen all the time on Corrections’ watch.

A prisoner has raped a woman while on a release to work programme, sparking a major internal probe by Corrections.

The 35-year-old has pleaded guilty at Christchurch District Court to the rape which happened in May last year.

Since the shocking incident, Corrections has “significantly strengthened” the rules around its Release to Work (RtW) programme.

The inmate, serving a two-year, eight-month sentence at Rolleston Prison for injuring with intent to injure, had a placement with a local employer from February 25 last year.

During his placements, a woman visited his unsupervised workplace to have sex with him.

But during one of the visits, they argued and the prisoner raped her in a car, according to Fairfax Media.

Ian Bourke, Corrections’ regional commissioner for southern region, said the department was contacted by police about the allegations on May 6 last year. Read more »


Isn’t that what they come to New Zealand for?

That could have ended up a lot worse of course.  I’ve spent my share of time on DOC bridges, sometimes a little more than 4 wires and a bit of wire fencing held apart with a number of aluminium slats.  In some cases, I would have been 20-30 m above the water, shallow water and rocks.   Those people in the video had the best possible outcome under the circumstances.

Cartoon of the Day

Credit:  Roger Price

Credit: Roger Price

Live in Auckland? Your household’s share of Len Brown’s debt is $20,000

" Our Debt is this big "

“Auckland Council’s Debt is this big “

The Auckland Ratepayers’ Alliance has been crunching the numbers and revealed that the Auckland Council’s liabilities, if equally divided between every Auckland household, work out to $20k per household.

Last week it launched the first of its Ratepayer Briefings where it examines the Council’s debt since amalgamation. If you would like to read it in full you can click here. 

Auckland Council's ticking timbomb

Auckland Council’s ticking timbomb

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And so the media-induced ‘panic’ about TPP starts

Guess what?  Under TPP, Customs can stop products they think violate copyrights or trademarks.

Customs will be given new powers to hold goods at the border that they suspect breach copyright or trade marks under the Trans Pacific Partnership.

And those who find themselves on trade mark infringement charges could pay more, with New Zealand courts to be given new discretion to award additional damages.

Those penalties would come on top of the compensatory damages already provided for under New Zealand law for trade mark infringement.

TPP will also require a new ‘patent linkage’ system to be established, where a pharmaceutical patent holder would be notified if a generic version of their product is submitted to Medsafe for regulatory approval.

New details on the TPP were released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Mfat) today in the form of fact sheets, including one on intellectual property.

Customs will need to be given new powers that would allow it to act on its own initiative to temporarily detain material suspected of breaching copyright and trade marks.

The Government has also agreed to extend existing laws on technological protection measures (TPMs). Read more »

Australian Muslims break out the victim card


It is pretty standard procedure really. Every time a terrorist act is committed by a Muslim or Muslims in a Western country one of the well-funded Islamic organisations (funded by Saudi Arabia or another wealthy Islamic country) makes a huge fuss in order to take the media focus off the murder/s of the actual victim/s and onto the poor Muslim community whom they frame as being the real victims.

In Australia the organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir has been busy. The 15-year-old terrorist was radicalised by a gang in the local mosque and was given the gun to use in the local mosque and his sister, the day before, flew out of Australia on a flight bound for Istanbul and may have been attempting to reach Iraq or Syria. These facts though are irrelevant to Hizb ut-Tahrir as they have expertly put together a propaganda package to ensure that the Muslim community are seen as the victim and that the Australian government and people are blamed for what a 15-year-old Muslim boy did.

The Australian reports that Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia refused to condemn the attack, and carried on with a protest “calling for the end of U.S. and Russian action in Syria,”

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Alleged Manurewa Recreation Centre assault: audio released

A NINE-YEAR-old boy has been told he’s no longer welcome at a ratepayer-funded leisure centre for kids while the two staff members accused of assaulting him continue working there.

Today Whaleoil can reveal more details about the disturbing handling of an incident last month involving two female staff employed by the council-run Manurewa Recreation Centre – which include claims the women responsible for the alleged assault on Wyatt Attard took a hands-on role in the “whitewash” of an internal investigation that followed.

There have also been claims the boy was interviewed by centre staff without the permission of his parents, both of whom are demanding action.

The matter has now been referred to police, but remarkably neither woman has been stood down while the complaint is being investigated.

Instead, the council’s Leisure, Parks, Sport and Recreation manager Rob McGee has banned Wyatt from attending the centre until such time as the police conclude their inquiries.

In an email obtained by Whaleoil, McGee confirmed the council’s position:   Read more »