Category Archives: Rule of law

Victoria Police refuses to investigate anti-Pell cash transfers

The smelliest police force in Australia rushes to declare that the recipients will be protected: Victoria police won’t investigate claims of Vatican money transfers linked to Pell case. Victoria police has confirmed being made aware of payments from the Vatican … Continue reading

Posted in Gategate, Rule of law | 68 Comments

Remember Rudi Giuliani is a grub

This news is breaking in the US: Rudy Giuliani announced Wednesday that he turned the hard drive reportedly left abandoned by Hunter Biden, son of Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden, at a Delaware repair shop over to State Police due … Continue reading

Posted in Fake News, International, Rule of law, Taking out the trash | 127 Comments

The Bernard Collaery situation

UNLIKE the ABC’s Dan Oakes, barrister Bernard Collaery doesn’t have a billion dollar institution behind him to pay bills and publicise his cause. The 76 year-old has a trillion dollar institution in front of him – slashing at his livelihood … Continue reading

Posted in Freedom of speech, National Security, Rule of law | 13 Comments

Mate’s Rates

     ABC journalist Dan Oakes will not be prosecuted over Afghan Files leak.   Federal police have confirmed ABC journalist Dan Oakes will not be prosecuted over his reporting on alleged war crimes carried out by Australian special forces in Afghanistan. … Continue reading

Posted in Media, National Security, Rule of law | 18 Comments

Their ABC on Gategate

Hmmmmm. For just over $1 billion in funding this is what we’re getting. No mention at all about a scandal where $1.1 million was paid into an Australian bank account to pervert the course of justice. As CL reported this … Continue reading

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Gategate

DAYS after the unsatisfactorily nebulous claim that disgraced Cardinal Angelo Becciu’s Vatican department transferred $A1 million dollars to an “Australian account” in 2017 – allegedly to bankroll ‘witnesses’ testifying (falsely) against Cardinal George Pell (or for a tangential purpose) – … Continue reading

Posted in Australian Story, International, Rule of law | 46 Comments

Breaking: Pell did not get Vatican funds

George Pell’s office has denied he received any money from the Vatican to fund his legal defence against child sexual abuse allegations. Responding to claims of a mysterious transfer of more than $1.1m in church money to Australia, a spokesman for … Continue reading

Posted in Culture Wars, Hypocrisy of progressives, Rule of law | 7 Comments

This is a job for AUSTRAC

From the front page of The Australian newspaper: Viv Waller, the lawyer representing the complainant, said he had not received any of the money allegedly sent from the Vatican. No evidence confirming the plot has been furnished by Cardinal Becciu’s … Continue reading

Posted in Rule of law | 82 Comments

What their ABC hasn’t covered …

There is a strange omission in the ABC’s news coverage … The Times of London is covering the story.

Posted in Culture Wars, International, Rule of law, Shut it down. Fire them all. | 117 Comments

Sandmann The Barbarian

What is best in life? Motions to Dismiss defamation lawsuits against NY Times, Rolling Stone, ABC, & CBS were just DENIED. — Nicholas Sandmann (@N1ckSandmann) October 1, 2020

Posted in Media, Rule of law | 27 Comments