Anarchy

NSW Police this afternoon sought a Supreme Court order – decision currently adjourned – to block a planned “Black Lives Matter” march in Sydney on Tuesday. But Commissioner Mick Fuller says police will fine those in attendance regardless of what the court says. Strange how much he and the protesters have in common when it comes to the rule of law. In what has become a skip blaze of lawlessness on all sides, the ABC is again quoting world famous “Victorian health authorities” to argue that a mass gathering of leftists cannot transmit COVID-19. If you’re wondering if the NSW Liberal Party is one goat in this rodeo worth backing, the answer is no – it isn’t. The Health Minister, like the Police Commissioner, is now above us all:

Let’s just get this COVID-19 under control right across our country and then it’s time to express our democratic rights.”

– Brad Hazzard admits that democracy is currently suspended

 
Turning to the pretext for Tuesday’s inevitable “protest,” two reports will suffice. For leaving out details above and beyond the call of leftist duty, Fairfax’s Michaela Whitbourn and news.com’s Natalie Wolfe richly deserve to be mentioned in this dispatch:

Whitbourn: Protest organiser Padraic Gibson is coordinating the rally on behalf of the family of David Dungay Jnr, a Dunghutti man who died in Long Bay Gaol in December 2015 after prison guards pinned him down when he refused to stop eating biscuits.

Wolfe: [F]or the family of David Dungay Jr, an Aboriginal Australian who died in December 2015 after six prison guards stormed his cell and piled on top of him, [the death of George Floyd] was another harrowing reminder that their son and brother was still waiting on justice.

 
Chronic diabetic Dungay registered four consecutive dangerously high blood-sugar counts on the day of his death and had to be restrained from eating the biscuits lest they kill him. He wasn’t executed for hogging the Iced Vo-Vos. Forcibly sedated for his own good, Dungay died of cardiac arrhythmia during the commotion. A tragic event that could have been avoided had the 26 year-old not been convicted and imprisoned for assault occasioning actual bodily harm, aggravated attempted rape and robbery in company (home invasion). Deputy State Coroner, Derek Lee, refused to accept submissions recommending manslaughter charges against the five officers involved. Dungay’s death is being used to prosecute a war against Australian society.

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40 Responses to Anarchy

  1. Scott Osmond

    Another left heads I win tails you lose situation. If they had left him to eat his bickies he’d have gone in to a diabetic coma. They would have been found to have failed in a duty of care. But by trying to save this piece of human garbage from himself they are now accused of killing him. At what point will the grown ups refuse to play?

  2. Whalehunt fun

    So sad to hear about Dungay dying like that. I feel a slow death screaming in agony for days. maybe bone cancer etc would have been justice for the type of lowlife he was.

  3. Tel

    I’m a bit skeptical whenever I hear someone use the argument … “Forced to kill him for his own good!”

    That said, I accept how the prison guards end up in a no-win scenario given that they would be blamed even if they sat and did nothing … which suggests there are deeper problems. Let’s try out the same scenario in the world of private peace loving people: Suppose you had some family member who was down on their luck and you offer them somewhere to stay over sleeping on your couch. You know this family member is diabetic, and they find a bunch of sweets in your cupboard … you walk in and see your family member scoffing sweets and you say, “Hey careful there, think about your diabetes, I have to take those off you.”

    Suppose they won’t give up the sweets. What do you do? It’s a serious question, are you going to fight for it, or call the cops, or sit and watch?

    For arguments sake … possibly you decide to wrestle for the sweets, it gets heated, you suffer a punch or two, but you still want to wrestle for the sweets and then suddenly your relative cries out and dies on you. What would happen? What would you tell the cops? Would you get treated better or worse than those prison guards under the same situation?

    My point is that government employees do get surprising leeway when it comes to being forced (forced I say!) to kill people … as compared with the rules that apply to everyone else.

    Now, don’t think this means I approve of starting a big street riot over an issue that happened 5 years ago, and which most people don’t really care about all that much, especially when this protest just happens to be suddenly discovered at the worst possible time. I am presuming most of the protesters have their first love being Marxism and everything after that is finding reasons to stir up the issue with the hope of getting more Marxism. But regardless of that problem, we should be a little bit careful how much power government are giving themselves.

  4. Docket62

    The police should invest in several water cannons. Damn those things would be fun. Endless laughs and enjoyment for all.

    You could sell popcorn because its ‘takeaway’

  5. when he refused to stop eating biscuits

    For his own good, of course.

  6. Spurgeon Monkfish III

    What I find so infuriating is that there have already been two of these collectivist imbecile screechfests held in Sydneystan in open defiance of various moronavirus related NSW govt diktats. The first one took place shortly after I’d just been through an enforced seven week period of home detention.

    The Gladyschlocklian Gang lost any remaining shred of legitimacy from the moment the first screechfest was allowed to proceed unhindered.

    I’ll very surprised if there is any attempt by the NSW police (which remains one of the most incompetent and corrupt farces to have ever blighted this country – and they face no lax competition from a local world class field) to enforce any of the relevant diktats by fining the selfish arrogant whiny imbeciles en masse and then duly dispersing them.

    I am livid about this. We are existing through a period of the most vile, inexcusable anarcho-tyranny and as a previously circumspect law abiding citizen I feel very likely to be directly and arbitrarily targeted by the state as a result. Those stupid collectivist screechfest knobheads, not so much. They are precious little petals, after all.

    So enforce your stupid bloody fascist edicts on a uniform basis or junk them entirely, you disgusting evil power drunk shitheads.

    Enough is enough. How many more millions have to have their livelihoods and futures incinerated on your bonfire of the vanities, you utterly evil bastards?

  7. C.L.

    I’m a bit skeptical whenever I hear someone use the argument … “Forced to kill him for his own good!”

    Nobody has made such an argument, Tel.
    He was tested four times on the day and his blood sugar was dangerous every time. Obviously he was told to give up a packet of biscuits and – probably affected by his condition – he blew up.
    He was restrained, resisted etc until he was given a shot for his own medical benefit.
    Commotion, strain, blood sugar gone beserk and the injection brought about his death.

    The coroner recommended the nurse be re-assessed to check her skill levels and that training should be improved for police (the usual coronial bromide).

    Nobody ever likes to admit that somebody in these circumstances died because he was an aggressive dickhead but there it is: the truth.

    I have a long track record of criticism of police malfeasance and unjustifiable violence. I’m not some sort of Ray Hadley cop groupie. But over the past two months, I’ve grown truly sick and tired of outright lies being retailed to the public about certain incidents.

  8. So enforce your stupid bloody fascist edicts on a uniform basis or junk them entirely, you disgusting evil power drunk shitheads.

    Beautiful stuff.

  9. Scott Osmond

    Tel, I’ve been in that situation. What I did was when preparing food I left out the sugars. I told him that he should lay off the extra sugars in the cup of tea and cakes and such. But at a certain point I had to except that he was an adult and had to live or die by his decisions. Gramps lasted to his mid 80s so maybe he knew better than a youngster. Couple of other people I’ve known over the years who have died because of not controlling sugar intake.

  10. thefrollickingmole

    The main thing that annoys me in these stories is the “5 vs 1” as though it’s supposed to be a fair fight and not a takedown with as little chance of injury as possible for all concerned.
    I’ve done takedowns in a cell before. They aren’t fun nor are they fair.
    You want serious injuries as common I rod us a one one one rule or shut up on mob handed takedowns.

  11. thefrollickingmole

    Thank you spellwrecker

  12. egg_

    Let’s just get this COVID-19 under control right across our country and then it’s time to express our democratic rights.”

    – Brad Hazzard

    Is the Ruby Princess bungler still in a job?

  13. a reader

    Health Hazzard strikes again. Just when the NSW CMO seems to be (for the first time) being honest, Hazzard shows his love of power fully. The NSW Police Commissioner needs to go too

  14. You want serious injuries as common I rod us a one one one rule or shut up on mob handed takedowns.

    God I love that spellwrecker sometimes.

  15. H B Bear

    Cleared by the Coroner yet somehow not good enough for the Mob mob. Plenty here for the Aboriginal Industry to go to work with.

  16. NoFixedAddress

    It is comforting to reflect that ASIO without the Intelligence will be keeping an eye on this peaceful protest to make sure that right wingers don’t stir the peaceful marchers to violence.

  17. NoFixedAddress

    It sounds like the contrived focus for the peaceful protest is due an honorary posthumous Darwin Award.

  18. HP

    Democracy has indeed been suspended. And it has been done democratically, it seems.

    Disagree? Well:
    If Dan goes out, it will be partly because he did not suspend democracy that way.
    If Gladys stays in, it will be because she did. And if she doesn’t, it will be because she did not suspend enough of it.

    What’s probably more dangerous, the radical left might have figured this out:
    They want to tear the system down. Now they can. Just keep marching, keep getting everyone sick, keep sabotaging the system they want to see fail anyway. They have probably 0.004% chance of getting into serious health problems themselves. Compared to your average leftie hard-core activism, this is a cake-walk.

    Never let a good crisis go to waste.

  19. In the US, BLM and ANTEEFAA have over egged the pudding. Polls are now showing people have turned against their cause (snigger), whatever that was.
    Therefore……….
    I hope these Sydney gatherings go ahead, turn terribly violent and that violence hits our TV screens on an hourly basis for days on end.

    I know I’m a nasty old bastard, but this beautiful nation is fvcked as it is. We all might as well see these bastards as the evil, vile pieces of shit that they are.
    I’m hoping for many cracked heads and busted limbs. People often need to be shocked to awaken from their stupor. Boy are we in a national stupor.

  20. Moderation, I have no idea why. I wasn’t any more obnoxious than usual.

  21. nb

    More theatre. Nothing is real.
    We are all actors now.

  22. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    From Tel at 8:36 pm:

    “I’m a bit skeptical whenever I hear someone use the argument … “Forced to kill him for his own good!”

    That said, I accept how the prison guards end up in a no-win scenario given that they would be blamed even if they sat and did nothing … which suggests there are deeper problems. Let’s try out the same scenario in the world of private peace loving people: Suppose you had …”

    Turn it up Tel – you open with a lie, then you make up a hypothetical and start prancing around it like King Arthur assailing the Knights of Ni with a shrubbery!

    The only true and just owners have been at it for 734,896 years, that’s a proven fact, they’ve been doing alright – a huge pile of money for nothing – and certainly do not need you to invent another affront to help keep ’em going for another three generations of Adam Goodsooking, with their mitt thrust forward demanding even more free stuff!

    “which suggests there are deeper problems” means there must be more study, a collaborative effort to discover more good reasons to sit around doing nothing for a couple more centuries before getting up, snarling “gib a brother a durrie ya white grunt”, and sitting back down again for a while longer.

    Spare me.

  23. Michael Lewis

    It seems there is one law for us and a different one for protesters and Supreme Court judges. We have accepted with grumbling, the Government’s taking of power to make all sorts of things illegal but protesters and far worse, judges can tell the government (and us) to jump in the lake. What law do these petty tyrants interpret? The one they invent

  24. NoFixedAddress

    Meantime in the real world,

    from today’s The Australian website

    Domestic violence targets to go in gap deal by Paige Taylor
    “A proposal to halve the proportion of Indigenous women and girls who have been victims of violence has been dropped from the final Closing the Gap agreement”

  25. Entropy

    Let’s just get this COVID-19 under control right across our country and then it’s time to express our democratic rights.”

    – Brad Hazzard

    “WTF? I mean, What The Fuck!”
    This power hungry maniac should be handed out of office

  26. Crossie

    Now, don’t think this means I approve of starting a big street riot over an issue that happened 5 years ago, and which most people don’t really care about all that much, especially when this protest just happens to be suddenly discovered at the worst possible time.

    Hey, it took them months to find an example even mildly similar to Floyd but better late than never. There’s no way they won’t use it to demonstrate, pun intended, how much more power the rioters have than the commoners do.

    It’s all about power now, there is no science, there is no truth, there is no reason and there are no laws. The government has the police, the rioters have the nerve and we have nothing. Shut up, they all said.

  27. Crossie

    – Brad Hazzard

    Is the Ruby Princess bungler still in a job?

    Who’s going to sack him? Gladys is not the premier but she plays one on television.

  28. Geriatric Mayfly

    Never heard of this Dungay until resurrected by the mob. What’s happened to Cameron Doomadgee? I thought he was the utimate hero of the fallen.

  29. CL claims that Commissioner Fuller said that ‘regardless’ of whatever the Supreme Court says, the police will fine demo attendees. The link to ‘regardless’ however reports that the demo organisers said they will go ahead. So how does CL back his claim?

    Moreover, the police would not be flouting the rule of law were they to fine attendees for breaches of social distancing rules if the Court does not ban the demo.

  30. Bela Bartok

    It’s all about power now, there is no science, there is no truth, there is no reason and there are no laws. The government has the police, the rioters have the nerve and we have nothing.

    Crossie, that’s a sad, but beautiful, summary.

  31. NoFixedAddress

    Ahhh Rafiki

    Get your siri to sound out the words for you…..

    Mr Fuller has suggested protesters will be fined for breaching public health orders even if police fail to get a prohibition order, a threat which appears at odds with a recent Supreme Court decision.

    you could always scroll down the article also

  32. Bruce

    @nb:

    “We are all actors now.”

    As Bill Shakespeare almost said:

    “All he world’s a stage. And many of the players are bloody clowns”.

  33. Mother Lode

    Hazzard shows his love of power fully. The NSW Police Commissioner needs to go too

    We all know there is ‘only (one) way to be sure’.

    Sigourney Weaver set the precedent dealing with another cruel species that viewed humans as something to be mercilessly killed in gruesome fashion wherever they were found.

  34. NoFixedAddress

    THE TRAGIC AUSTRALIAN COUNT to 15 July 2020 = 138

    This page records the death toll of men, women and children in Australia due to violence, abuse or neglect regardless of the suspected perpetrator’s gender or whether the death was the result of relationship violence or not. Sadly, most of the women and children’s deaths are the result of relationship violence. The data is supplied via police, media and the Red Heart Campaign.

    https://www.impactforwomen.org.au/australias-death-toll-2020.html

  35. Des Deskperson

    ‘the ABC is again quoting world famous “Victorian health authorities” to argue that a mass gathering of leftists cannot transmit COVID-19. ‘

    Given Dr Van Diemen’s publicly expressed views on Captain Cook, I believe that we are entitled to suspect the objectivity of any claims by ‘Victorian heath authorities’ about the ‘safety’ of BLM protests.

  36. Colonel Bunty Golightly

    I once had some sympathy for indigenous people and their predicament but it has become increasingly obvious, highlighted by information coming to light from these protests, that much of it is self inflicted. Now for them to organise a protest that will put all of us at risk demonstrates that the indigenous sector and their supporters have no care or respect for the wider community. If they really want to protest, how about refusing to take all the handouts. Good luck with that!

  37. No Fixed Address
    I followed up the reference to the word ‘regardless’, which was what CL was inviting us to do. Nothing unreasonable about that. As I recall, the ‘article’ is a series of unconnected dot points. In any event, I asked for justification.

    In terms of the rule of law, there is no tension. Any refusal by the SC to ban the demo would not sanction any breaches of the law that occurred during or associated with the march.

    Your insulting reference demeans you.

  38. Eyrie

    The police should invest in several water cannons. Damn those things would be fun. Endless laughs and enjoyment for all.

    Use soapy water. It will de-activate the virus and give the filth a good wash.

  39. Mother Lode

    Use soapy water. It will de-activate the virus and give the filth a good wash.

    Use soapy water and you would reduce the size of each of the protesters by at least half.

    Some would dissolve altogether.

  40. Frank

    Use soapy water. It will de-activate the virus and give the filth a good wash.

    The Israelis have the skunk scented water for their cannons which causes rapid dispersal of protestors. The Japanese (I think) have the indelible blue dye that they put in theirs so they can round up the blue people later in a leisurely fashion. Put two and two together and et voila, I’d even get the TV out of the cupboard to watch that one.

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