Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Schapelle Corby - Christine Milne's Monday 4th March 2013 appearance on ABC Australia's Q & A, some corruption questions
Click on the image to enlarge & read the new questions to Christine Milne.
Here's details of Christine Milne's Q & A appearance.
Here's some more detailed, formal written questions she's yet to reply to.
Here's Bob Brown's words in 2005.
Here's Allan Kessing's verdict on Schapelle.
Here's the December 2012 calls for a Royal Commission into Australia's exploding border corruption crisis.
And here's the movie about the insider crime that sent an innocent woman to hell.
Posted by Kim at 7:26 AM
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Click on the pic above to enlarge it.
Here's Olley's Orange Country Market on Google maps and here it is, as located in the crucial Federal seat of Forde. A full map of the electorate is here, and as can be seen from this result, it changed hands at the last election, and is now held on a margin of just 1.6% by Tony Abbott's party.
It's a very busy shopping precinct, as Olley's Orange sells fruit and vegies much more cheaply than Woolies or Coles, plus other bulk items at discounted prices.
I also hear around 200 of these small (but very graphic), flyers were given out, and from the feedback received from the public, there's no doubt at all they hit a nerve.
Further, it's worth noting this 2012 Jimboomba Times article about Schapelle and The Expendable Project was also seen in key Forde suburbs (such as Greenbank, North MacLean and Park Ridge), as shown in the newspaper's circulation map.
Then this key article in The Gold Coast Bulletin (in 2012), hi-liting The Expendable Project (on page three of a Saturday edition), was widely read in Forde too. The newspaper's distribution map is here.
And if anyone wants to create their own poster, here's how you can do it, very easily, cheaply and conveniently.
Posted by Kim at 4:51 AM
Friday, February 22, 2013
Click on the image to enlarge and read it.
Please answer these vital questions ASAP. I'll send you a reminder in two weeks if I've heard nothing by then, then every two weeks thereafter until I do.
Warm regards, Kim
Posted by Kim at 7:40 PM
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Schapelle Corby - Formal Corruption Questions to Anthony Kerin, President of the Australian Lawyers Alliance
Posted by Kim at 4:18 PM
Posted by Kim at 7:57 AM
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So Nick, you're off fighting corruption in Malaysia? Why don't you stay on Aussie soil, and take on the domestic graft you're too cowardly to talk about? I afraid you got rather a drubbing on Facebook during your ordeal . . . Seems many people take exception to your grandstanding, while you wilfully ignore this.
Well, you're on notice - Schapelle's a much bigger story than you, and in the final analysis, history will be dreadfully unkind to you Nick.
Posted by Kim at 4:16 AM
Friday, February 15, 2013
Schapelle Corby - Senator Scott Ludlam, Wikileaks proves Schapelle's innocence, can we please meet with you to discuss this?
ADDIT - Scott Ludlam replies on 20 Feb 2012, and declines to meet on this issue, and here's a further reply on 22 Feb 2012 (from Mrs. Kim Bax), with another request for a meeting. And here's a quote from retired Greens Senator Bob Brown: "Greens leader Bob Brown says an Australian court would never have convicted Schapelle Corby. 'When you look at the trail of evidence, the absence of definitive proof, I don't believe she would have been found guilty in an Australian court and certainly by an Australian jury,' he said." ABC News, 28 May 2005
Click on the image to enlarge and read. Below, a new letter to Senator Scott Ludlam. ADDIT - Christine Assange re-circulates this explosive news on 16 Feb 2013 as requested.
This dramatic new information from Wikileaks adds to the mountain of evidence that Schapelle was an unwitting drug mule for corrupt insiders. I note your very strong support of Wikileaks.
I also note Senator Christine Milne's recent support of senior retired Australian customs officer Allan Kessing - so Senator Milne also needs to meet with Allan Kessing, to discuss his unequivocal assertion of Schapelle's innocence.
Further still, Christine Assange supports Schapelle, as explained in this flyer - and in her comments here and here.
You should also note my recent questions to Adam Stone on these matters, Green candidate for the Australian Senate. Perhaps you could discuss an appropriate response with him, before I get to meet him (and other Green candidates), in person?
Can I meet with you to discuss this recent Wikileaks revelation Scott? I'll phone your office on Monday 18 Feb 2013 with my contact details. I would also hope for a swift response, as Schapelle is in a dire and life threatening situation. I note your commendable and outspoken support of Australian Julian Assange, and I agree this brave gentleman has suffered greatly in defence of his beliefs - however, on the scale of things, I guess nearly ten years in a squalid hell hole (with many more to go), is even harder.
Warm regards, Kim
Posted by Kim at 7:24 PM
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Schapelle Corby - Some commentary left for Rachael Jacobs, Greens candidate for the Federal seat of Brisbane. Are you willing to act ethically and honestly on this issue Rachael?
Click on the image above to read comments left on Rachael Jacobs Facebook page. Here's the top comments with the clickable links . . .
Here's some corruption questions to Adam Stone, the Greens Senate candidate for Queensland, relating to Australia's exploding border crime crisis http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-miPlV1o9J_0/URu_qtsa3XI/AAAAAAAALMc/f0KcaKEtMQ8/s1600/questions+to+adam+jpeg.jpg and here's some more details http://womenforschapelle.blogspot.com.au/2013/02/schapelle-corby-direct-questions-to.html
I also left a voicemail message for Rachael (here 0414 305 600), alerting her to my post on her page - and telling her I'd be catching up with her on the campaign trail (along with these printed questions and flyers).
Brisbane is a key Federal seat, lost by the ALP at the last election.
Posted by Kim at 7:14 PM
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Schapelle Corby - Direct questions to Adam Stone, lead Senate candidate for the Australian Greens (Queensland)
Click on the above to enlarge and read some direct questions to Adam Stone, sent to him on 14 Feb 2013. We look forward to his considered response.
They will also be distributed to other attendees at his forthcoming campaigning events in Queensland, along with this flyer publicising Christine Assange's support of Schapelle.
These questions were tweeted to him and emailed to him, and posted to his Facebook page.
Addit: Within 24 hours, Adam Stone deleted the questions posted to his Facebook page, and blocked any further postings. As you can see from this screen grab, they were perfectly friendly and polite comments. What an earth is going on within the Australian Greens?
Posted by Kim at 8:34 AM
Friday, February 8, 2013
Click on the image to enlarge & read it. Below a letter to Jason Clare MP (Tweeted and emailed to him on 9 Feb 2013):
On the 5th December 2012, I sent you a fax asking what happened to the criminal Sydney Airport baggage handlers the Australian Federal Police openly refer to within their report to the Senate (2009), on page 8, point 3.1. Were they arrested, charged and jailed, if so, what penalty did they receive - and if they weren't apprehended and punished, what's your explanation for this?
However, when I phoned your office nearly six weeks later on the 15th January 2013, your staff claimed they had no recollection (or record), of my 5th December 2012 missive, even though my fax machine (on the day), clearly recorded a positive and successful transmission. Undeterred, I sent the correspondence again via email - and got an automated response as seen here. I also telephoned your office on the same day (after re-sending my questions), and your staff clearly confirmed they were received.
Now, earlier this week (ending Friday 8th February), around three weeks later, I again telephoned your office to get some kind of idea when you'd reply. Unfortunately, your staff were extremely rude and abrupt, and claimed you had "Already" answered my questions of 5th December 2012, on the 16th May 2012, in this letter. When I politely tried to explain this wasn't the case, the woman put the phone down on me mid-sentence. However Jason, if you closely examine your letter of 16th May 2012, you will see it makes no mention of (or reference to), the eventual fate of the criminal baggage handlers the Australian Federal Police refer to in their 2009 report (see my first paragraph above). I'm making a very straight forward inquiry, what happened to these felons? Is there any way I can simplify that request? Is there anything you don't understand about it? Because when it's plastered across the front cover of Schapelle's next book, I guess the public will get the point immediately.
I also note these criminal baggage handlers were engaged in serious illegal activity on the 8th October 2004, as detailed in this article, which was the exact same day Schapelle flew. Not only that, they were "At it" (so to speak), the exact hour she flew, as revealed in this A Current Affair report.
Now, in the UK when criminal baggage handlers (at Heathrow Airport), get their just deserts, it's plastered all over the press when they get whacking great sentences - so why's the Australian Government so coy? Got something to hide Jason? Something you'd rather not talk about? Surely to God they didn't get off scot free? Is that why you're so silent and avoidant?
I think that may be the case. Steve Jackson (Head of Security at QANTAS), telephoned my home on the 9th August 2010. As you can see from this bio, he's a very experienced ex-AFP officer. I directly asked him if any QANTAS staff (baggage handlers), were ever arrested, charged or jailed - and he gave me an unqualified "No." Here's the email he sent me when I unsuccessfully tried to clarify some issues with him (after that conversation). Further, here's a quote from page 42 of this QANTAS report to the Senate, backing up Steve Jackson's words. So what the hell's going on?
So again Jason, please answer my simple questions of 5th December 2012. I'll send you a formal reminder in four weeks time if I've heard nothing back by then, and then every two weeks thereafter until I do.
Also please note, these serious issues will be presented to the electorates of Corangamite and Dawson on the 4th September 2013, in full page news ads (in the local press), already booked. Further, I suggest you check out Anthony Green's latest election pendulum, paying special attention to all seats held by margins of less than 5% by either party (because I have). That should give you a clear idea where further advertising will be directed - and with nearly 14,000 supporters on Facebook (currently rising by around 100 daily), I don't think funds will be a problem.
Posted by Kim at 6:16 AM
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Schapelle Corby - Julia Gillard, why should Australian women vote for you when you're covering up the corruption that sent an innocent young woman to hell?
Click on the image above read to comments left on New Idea's Facebook page to-day. Here they are with the clickable links . . .
Julia Gillard, why are you covering up the corruption that sent Schapelle to hell? Here's a New Idea article about it (2012) http://tinyurl.com/9jkbppx and here's a full page news ad http://tinyurl.com/bkgc69y
Also posted to these five (major), women's interest Australian Facebook pages to-day - and to five more every day between now and the election in September 2013 . . .
Woolworth's - 447,927 Facebook likes
The Morning Show - 33,339 Facebook likes
Because I am a Girl (Australia) - 10,326 Facebook likes
Schick Women Australia - 16,905 Facebook Likes
Posted by Kim at 6:42 PM
Friday, February 1, 2013
Many passionate, committed and deeply honest people support the policies of the Australian Greens - however, severe doubts are surfacing as to whether or not those lucky (and very well paid), individuals elected to the Australian Parliament to represent those policies are just as honest and committed. It's time to start looking behind their rhetoric, and into the nuts and bolts. As Shane Dowling says here, talk is cheap - show us your voting record.
So, in the spirit of asking some real, searching questions, here's a pointed reminder sent to Senator Christine Milne to-day. I wonder if she'll ever answer?
Posted by Kim at 1:05 AM