What would a lawyer know about human rights?

I have been thinking about this disgusting story of far left fascist immorality and the more I have thought about it the more angry I get. She is a Nazi through and through and other than a few tinselly bits of law knows nothing worth knowing about human rights or free speech. Seriously, how much closer is she to Beria and Che than anyone who has ever attempted to defend our freedoms? All she lacks are the concentration camps into which she can put people whom she disagrees with. Now she just punishes them by driving them through the courts to drain them of any excess funds they may have and cost them their jobs and career if she can make them notorious enough. How can this woman be the head of our human rights commission? Does no one any longer even understand what human rights are?

“Sadly you can say what you like around the kitchen table at home,’’ she said.

I don’t even care what she thinks the sad part of that is. What I do care is that she thinks it is morally OK for her to use the full force of the law to harass and prosecute people who say things in public that she disagrees with, things she believes should not be sayable and that she and her cronies should be the judge of what can and cannot be said by Australians to each other. And what’s more, she thinks that she ought to be able to sit in judgement over what they say to each other in private. But OK, we already knew that’s what she thinks. The AHRC is already a monstrous modern-day replica of the Gestapo or Stasi or whatever you want to call the anti-free-speech judicial arm of the Australian left. She is obviously too dull-witted to understand her Nazi pedigree.

The problem really is the government, not one of which has said a single word to criticise her for what she said.

And I will add as someone else mentioned to me re the Alex Joske story, that had he not had the Chinese side to go with his white anglo background but had been 100% white, the hounds of political correctness would never have let up. Meanwhile Ayaan Hirsi Ali – even though not a white anglo male – has been forced to cancel her tour of Australia. Most people eventually get used to living in a fascist country. You can easily see how well we are adapting already.

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49 Responses to What would a lawyer know about human rights?

  1. Senile Old Guy

    The problem really is the government, not one of which has said a single word to criticise her for what she said.

    The problem is the cowardly LNP and Turnbull who are enacting ALP policy while in government.

  2. Texas Jack

    The problem really is the government, not one of which has said a single word to criticise her for what she said.

    The sheep being led by Turnbull to slaughter don’t have brains big enough to bleat about it let alone devise a coherent criticism. That you might remotely expect they would is laughable.

  3. john constantine

    Will the turnfailure appoint rose batty, or waleed the denouncer’s wife, when the time comes to replace the triggfilth?.

    Decisions, Decisions.

  4. Muddy

    The problem really is the government, not one of which has said a single word to criticise her for what she said.

    No, the problem is those who voted for this (and similar) government, and who continue to dribble “Well, at least it’s better than Shorten/Stalin/the Toothfairy…”

    No, THE PROBLEM IS US. We who refuse to DEMAND that she and they GO. NOW.

    Continue to feed the animals. Everything’s going to be fine. Maybe Abbott/the Easter Bunny will rescue us?

  5. Rabz

    Funnily enough, I don’t remember being offered the opportunity to vote for either Kommissar Troggs or ol’ Trout Lips Southpossumarse.

  6. Exit Stage Right

    This despicable person continues to thumb her nose at everyday Australians and sit in judgment on those who may have offended someone, somewhere, somehow. It has been reported that she received a standing ovation from a sell out (Greens) crowd in Hobart when suggesting in effect that she would like to monitor household conversations to ensure that they are conforming to her version of rights. If what is reported is true, I am ashamed of my fellow Tasmanians for encouraging this openly communist sentiment. This is the same person whose own child received no compassion or rights when born imperfect and was quickly passed on to someone that did have compassion. Triggs should hang her head in shame and go, Maladroit should slam the door when she leaves.

  7. Muddy

    Denunciations of family and ‘people’s courts’ cannot be too far away.

  8. Ask Sinc who is the better person, Abbott or Turnbull? One wanted to change this, the other couldn’t give a f*ck. Who in Australian politics now gives a f*ck?

  9. DM OF WA

    In a sci-fi future every home will have indispensible AI personal assistants: Siri, Google, Alexa, Bixby and their ilk listening to our every word – and then reporting us to the HRC for inappropriate speech!

  10. sfw

    Germany both Nazi and GDR didn’t go full totalitarian overnight, it happened in many small ways that built on each other, we are well on the way there and our useless complicit politicians are blind to it, all they want is votes, preferably bloc votes and so they sell our way of life for a few more years wallowing in the perks. I really think this will get much much worse before it gets better.

  11. Graham

    I am starting to feel that we are developing an underground movement of people of people who feel threatened and scared. If you don’t agree with the left ( such as it is) you are labelled in some way. eg; racist, sexist and so on.
    Is not it about time that we stopped being frightened to say what we think?

  12. cohenite

    Whinge, whinge, whinge. What are you going to do about it.

  13. Rossini

    What can Joe Blow public do about it?

  14. cohenite

    Rossini

    #2345508, posted on April 4, 2017 at 8:21 pm

    What can Joe Blow public do about it?

    Be political; be passionate about your society; be implacably intolerant of those who threaten your society.

  15. candy

    Our HRC takes no care or notice of the plight of indigenous children in certain communities – highest case of FAS in the world apparently, plus other debilitating problems.

    I think Ms Triggs cares, but she must be terribly afraid certain indigenous groups/lawyers would turn against her.
    The human rights of those children whose lives are damaged from in utero going nowhere are not compelling enough for her to lose her lawyer friends and her place in high society. sad.

  16. Andysaurus

    For those asking what they can do about it, I would suggest donations and joining the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance
    Here

    I did.

  17. Andysaurus

    Sorry stuffed up the link as usual. Here

  18. Bruce of Newcastle

    Triggsy’s term comes to an unlamented end in July this year.
    Which begs the question of Cats: who would you want as her replacement?
    Trump is the example: he has delighted in putting the most antiweenie bosses into the US weenie empires, like Pruitt the climate sceptic at the EPA and Perry the shut-down-the-Energy Dept at the Energy Dept.
    So who do we choose for the HRC?
    Bolta has a job already. Leak is dead. Latham would be interesting but a big roll of the dice.
    Who?
    How about Kirralie Smith?

  19. Rabz

    who would you want as her replacement?

    Clam Ford. Time to go Full Retard.

    I want to see the whole rotten edifice collapse under the weight of its myriad absurdities.

  20. I’m getting a lot of questions from people about why the good wife and I are leaving Australia. The likes of Triggs and her odious commission are in my top five reasons.

  21. closeapproximation

    The issue I think is that most Australians are not 100% committed and unwavering in their (ideological) support for speech principles, having instead practical tendencies towards being “reasonable” , “centrist”, have a bet each way, and therefore there are f**k all votes to be had in this, if we are honest.

    That most Australians aren’t ideologues is great in many respects and not so much in others, case in point.

  22. Triggsy’s term comes to an unlamented end in July this year.
    Which begs the question of Cats: who would you want as her replacement?
    Trump is the example: he has delighted in putting the most antiweenie bosses into the US weenie empires, like Pruitt the climate sceptic at the EPA and Perry the shut-down-the-Energy Dept at the Energy Dept.
    So who do we choose for the HRC?

    Good Lord, have you seen who the Libs stuck in the vacant top managerial role at their ABC? Turnbull will already be interviewing members of ANTIFA.

  23. stackja

    ABC going PHON shows desperation. Voters have decided. Watch fightback.

  24. 2dogs

    On the point of fascism, why is that whenever legislation restrains freedom of speech on SJW grounds, the defendant is never afforded the right to trial by jury? This is the case with not only 18C, but also with similar legislation in the UK and Canada. I can find no country with such legislation that provides for jury trials.

    On the other hand, where we have any other laws we have which restrain freedom of speech, they do provide for jury trials. Juries are required in not only criminal trials for sedition or disclosing official secrets, but also in civil matters such as defamation, parties can request a jury.

    It is only the SJW laws that clear out the jury box, and they do it in every jurisdiction.

    I think we can call the assertion that SJWs are fascists proven.

  25. JB of Sydney/Shanghai

    That nice Mr Latham has got some spare time now, thanks to the media girly men at Sky. Perhaps the person to replace Triggs could be Latham, I can think of no one more likely to stir up the Taxpayer funded fascists.

  26. Dr Fred Lenin

    Is there any truth in the rumour that the triggs maggot was trained at the Stasi school of thought control in east germany ,she has all the attributes of a communist with a big dash of nazi . This naggot should be hounded through the courts of her fellow lawtrades maggots till she is destitute then hailed for life at hard labour ( not labor) along with her fascist comrades .she is a disgusting piece of work .

  27. cohenite

    Rabz

    #2345527, posted on April 4, 2017 at 8:38 pm

    who would you want as her replacement?

    Clam Ford. Time to go Full Retard.

    No, that’s just first gear: roz ward and sally McManus alternating weekly.

  28. Zyconoclast

    For those asking what they can do about it, I would suggest donations and joining the Australian Taxpayers’ Alliance
    Here

    I did.

    Andy…
    Have thay had any wins in changing any government policies or behaviours?

  29. egg_

    who would you want as her replacement?

    Sir Les Patterson.

  30. Beertruk

    who would you want as her replacement?

    Sir Les Patterson.

    +1

  31. Whalehunt Fun

    How long before we legalise the burning of witches like this? It must come to pass, but will it be while she is still alive and available.

  32. Whalehunt Fun

    Who would I want to replace her ?

    Her semi-incinerated corpse strung up as a puppet operated by children for a dollar a go.

  33. Crossie

    This naggot should be hounded through the courts of her fellow lawtrades maggots till she is destitute then hailed for life at hard labour ( not labor) along with her fascist comrades .she is a disgusting piece of work .

    Fred, it will never happen, the law fraternity will not lay a glove on her. Honour among thieves.

  34. Crossie

    who would you want as her replacement?

    Sir Les Patterson.

    Dame Edna, possums.

  35. rickw

    I’m getting a lot of questions from people about why the good wife and I are leaving Australia. The likes of Triggs and her odious commission are in my top five reasons.

    Where are you going? USA? Texas?

  36. a reader

    Another +1 for Sir Les Patterson.

    or me. “What is your aim in leading the AHRC?” “oh that’s easy, shut it down. rase the building. salt the earth.”

  37. Gordion

    You missed poisoning the wells.

    Alas, it will not be razing the building but, I fear raising the budget.

    The VC of Melbourne is soon to have spare time on his hands (about a decade too late). He would be a very suitable appointment, i.e. another complete catastrophe, having presided over an institution full of, er, diverse opinion (not). I am sure that he would operate frugally (once he has found accommodation for his speechwriter, food taster, groom of the stool, clerk of the closet, page of the back stairs and all the other essential members of a modest entourage)

  38. James Hargrave

    I bet conversation around her kitchen table is a bundle of laughs.

  39. J.H.

    The really sad part is…. That Turnbull probably agreed with her. Because he certainly didn’t complain about her.

  40. srr

    “Sadly you can say what you like around the kitchen table at home,’’ she said.

    DON’T fall for it!

    Your Enemy IS in Your Own House.

  41. Julian

    Shut it down, shut it down.

  42. thefrolickingmole

    I can see why Trigglypuff wants censored kitchen table conversations.

    “So what sort of a self centered cow dumps her disabled daughter in foster care for 20 years because she might be an inconvenience”?

    “When did you last see your disabled daughter, or did you cut her out of your life completely”?

    This is what Trigglypuff would like.
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  43. MD

    Steve, perhaps now you will be more appreciative of Donald Trump AND why people voted for a Donald Trump.

    We should never blame the Left for what they have done to our society. Whether it is the self-loathing Left, who, out of a desire for revenge, simply want to vandalise our society, or the narcissistic Left, who have convinced themselves that they are an elite and have adopted leftist politics, which they know to be harmful to most people, just so they can bask in their feelings of superiority when they rub the faces of ‘ordinary’ people in their politics. With their various mental disorders, the Left are what they are and you cannot change that.

    The blame for the destruction of our society lies squarely with Quisling conservatives who have allowed this to happen and all too often been complicit in it. I include in that not only politicians but also their apologists in the media.

    All conservative governments from Fraser onwards have been self-serving and unprincipled. Worse still, no-one with the power and influence to do so has held them to account. I include in that ALL of the well-known media identities. Think of what the Howard government could have achieved with control of the Senate. Look at the disappointment of the first three months of the Abbott government, when it became apparent that it would be another failed conservative government.

    What is the answer? There isn’t one. The war is lost. The Left have won. Malcolm Roberts is the closest we will get to a Donald Trump, but Australia is so institutionally leftist that his voice and the voice of those like him will not reach beyond audiences such as those reading this blog. So you’d better hunker down and do what you can to survive in violent, divided, oppressive Socialist Australia.

  44. Turtle of WA

    The kitchen table is the first forum where people learn to test ideas.

    Even if those ideas may relate to to appropriate amount of tomato sauce to use.

  45. duncanm

    I bet conversation around her kitchen table is a bundle of laughs.

    there isn’t one – she made sure of that many years ago.

  46. Jannie

    Which begs the question of Cats: who would you want as her replacement?

    Mark Latham is looking for a job.

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