Bravo, Australia – Stinkos Locked Up!

Advance, Australia Fair!



Two good reasons for a rousing chorus, one, Scomo’s success in chucking out that ridiculous pro-crimmigrant ‘medevac’ law – but most media have covered that – and the other?

‘Three Extinction Rebellion members will remain in custody for more than two weeks, after they were denied bail by a Queensland magistrate.’

Needless to say, the Guardian report is overwrought about this splendid magistrate,

Guardian Australia could not find another case where a court has jailed activists or placed them on an extended period of remand for charges related to acts of civil disobedience.

Uh, what?

Civil disobedience?’



Even the official Stinko statement reports that ‘one of the men – identified as Jack, 22 – was charged with assaulting a police officer, trespass and obstructing a railway. It is understood the assault is disputed.’

Well, it would be, wouldn’t it?

Has that Stinko pig who assaulted the commuter at Canning Town in London been charged?


Image result for london commuters Extinction station

A bearded weirdo kicks out at the decent people he set out to torment

This morning London commuters furiously dragged a protester from the top of a train at CanningTown


Did he ‘dispute’ his guilt?

I began today by singing Australia’s praises –  but one swallow doth not a summer make!

“Police have opposed bail for activists in the past, but courts typically grant bail with conditions.”

These Stinkos are the scum of the earth, arrogant uppities who think their precious ‘climate panic attacks’ give them the right to break the law in a democratic society..

 ….where the law can be changed by normal constitutional political activity – free and fair elections!

Worse still, the Stinkos are without conscience – they have no respect for public or private property….

Arrogant Stinko Scoff-Laws, Egged On By Big-Name Berks! 

  • Dr Gail Bradbrook scaled the Department for Transport building during protest
  • The Extinction Rebellion co-founder clambered on to ledge and smashed glass
  • The molecular biologist is charged with causing £27,500 in criminal damage
  • She has been released on conditional bail before another hearing next month 

….and only contempt for the very many decent honest citizens whose daily lives their criminal antics make miserable.

A fine old-fashioned flogging would be the most appropriate punishment!

I understand from the same Guardian report that other courts in The Lucky Country ‘have been given fines in excess of $60,000 and been pursued by Aurizon for damages up to $375,000.’

But I have also heard that some gutless clowns have undermined Oz justice by reducing those fines.

So can our Oz readers clarify that?