It is more or less all happening here in Australia. The revelations regarding the AWU scandal have continued.
The SubPrime has in fact misled the Parliament, although she has tried to be careful about making admissions that could totally do her in.
The creature is so angry at Tony Abbott, the Opposition leader, and Julie Bishop the Deputy Opposition leader, yesterday she exclaimed that Tony Abbott must ask the question and she will answer… Yeah right… If Tony was asking the question then the bitch would do another of her screaming banshee rants like the one that she did on misogyny as a means of deflecting from the truth.
To put you in the picture, last week, one of the three involved in a variety of scams returned to Australia where he has been living in order to give a statement to the Victorian police. There were three statements involved. One of the issues being investigated is what is known as a Specific Power of Attorney. It was backdated, and the witness to the signature was not present at the time, but it was signed in front of the beneficiary of the PoA. There is reason to believe that a crime was committed.
In regard to another matter, that of the AWU – Workers’ Reform Association Inc, there is now sufficient evidence to show that the SubPrime deliberately misled the W.A. Commissioner who is in charge of incorporating Associations. There are several things wrong with the way in which it was incorporated, including it seems the real purpose of the entity. It was used to siphon funds from a construction company by the name of Thiess, who was the vehicle for what is known as BCITF – this was to be funding for workplace training. It was an illegal association in more ways than one, and several hundred thousands were siphoned in this way.
There is a third matter that has not had a lot of air – the Widows and Orphans fund belonging to the miners in Boulder West Australia. It was the SubPrime who used her position as a lawyer working for the law firm involved, who reassured the miners who were being made redundant that the money would be safe with her married lover Bruce Wilson. The money disappeared, however, some money was spent on the purchase of the Kilbarri units.
On top of this, another matter involving Bruce Wilson has arisen. This one is extremely serious, because he had a case of gelignite and starters which he told the union people to use to blow up a smelter. The union people on the site refused to do what he told them. Instead the got rid of the gelignite and hit the other material. The W.A. police are very interested in this story.
Bruce Wilson surfaced at the weekend. Predictably he supported the PM proclaiming her innocence. He was interviewed by someone on the ABC (yep as bad as yours and the BBC), and he inadvertantly helped the case against Gillard. As a result, Nick Styant-Browne, has unredacted some more of the exit interview and it contained the admissions over the setting up of the AWU-WRA.
One of the many issues brought up has been: who were the clients. She claims that her clients were Blewitt and Wilson, but the truth is that the client was the AWU.
There is more of that brown stuff to hit the fan. There are so many people involved in this story who are now in the Parliament, that it is driving the rest of us crazy. These people also have something to hide and they have been unwilling to do the right thing.
We continue to be in a stalemate situation and we are stuck with the worst PM in the history of Australia, as well as a government that is wasteful and making promises that cannot be kept.