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The Expendable film, and The Expendable Project reports, constitute evidential proof of criminality and corruption at the heart of a former Australian government, with respect to the Schapelle Corby case. This also embraces a number of agencies and corporate entities.
The documented offences are serious, and include perversion of the course of justice, perjury, and conspiracy, as defined under criminal law. They are crimes which would render you or I subject to immediate arrest, and subsequent imprisonment.
In the context of the wilful abuse of a position of political power, held at the heart of a government, and with a citizen's life at stake, they are crimes which should trigger national outrage, and a judicial and political response commensurate with the gravity of the offences.
Yet, the Australian government has failed to even officially acknowledge The Expendable Project investigation. It has failed to act upon either the prima facie evidence, or the documentary proof, that it has been presented with, in full knowledge of the material facts of the situation.
The individuals responsible for said criminality and corruption have therefore escaped prosecution and all sanction for their offences.
THE INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
From an international political perspective, this is a central and critical point. It constitutes the government of the state of Australia condoning serious criminal acts, which continue to have severe consequences for the innocent victim.
This abrogation of direct responsibility to uphold the law, motivated by political expediency, contravenes a host of international norms and statutes, and escalates the entire issue. It constitutes an unlawful position adopted by the state, and is thus an issue which is subject to international scrutiny and sanction, where appropriate.
In a situation where the government of a nation is shown to be in breach of its own statutes, and where it is patently failing to support the maintenance of the human rights of its citizens, remedy can be sought by direct reference to international agencies and organizations, including the United Nations and the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Such reference can be initiated by citizens of that nation, in this case Australia, and by citizens of the rest of the world.
With respect to Schapelle Corby, the Australian government is well aware of the illegal acts perpetrated by individuals within the John Howard administration, the Australian Federal Police, and other institutions. It is aware of the abuse of Schapelle Corby's human rights. It is aware of the suppression of vital evidence and information, including suppression by mainstream media organs within its borders. It is aware of the proven cases of perversion of the course of justice, perjury, criminal law conspiracy to commit these acts, and other serious offences. It is also aware of allegations pertaining to acts of treason, and other federal statutes.
The government's refusal to acknowledge even the existence of the material published by The Expendable Project is thus, in itself, a position which renders it subject to the scrutiny of the appropriate international institutions.
Accordingly, and from this basis, research materials and information, as produced by The Expendable Project in the form of the Expendable Dossiers, are to be submitted to these organizations for their consideration. These will support formal complaints regarding the conduct of individuals, agencies, and the Australian government itself, which will be lodged in the coming weeks and months.
THE ROLE OF THE PEOPLE
It is important that these submissions are seen to be made by, and on behalf of, citizens from across both Australia itself, and the rest of the world. Collectively, we represent no faction or group, have no political agenda, and have no hidden motive.
These submissions and complaints are being made with the sole intent of ensuring justice and accountability with respect to the Schapelle Corby case, and to restore the human rights of Schapelle Corby herself, whom the Expendable materials patently demonstrate to be innocent of any crime. They are being made in the hope that the Australian government will finally choose to meet its primary responsibilities, namely, to protect its citizens, and apply and uphold its laws equally and objectively, regardless of the stature of office held by those shown to have committed serious crimes.
We are therefore inviting all concerned citizens of the world to add their names to these submissions. This includes citizens in every state of Australia, and every nation.
If you are willing to assist, by adding your name to the complaints and submissions, please complete the form below. All names will be exported from this website database, and added to the documentation when it is ready for submission.
Thank you for your support, in the name of justice, integrity and humanity.
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Saturday, 3 March 2012
Women for Schapelle: Schapelle Corby & Julian Assange, a Letter to Human Rights Lawyer Jennifer Robinson
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Schapelle Corby & Julian Assange, a Letter to Human Rights Lawyer Jennifer Robinson
Click on the image to enlarge and read.Dear Jennifer,You're an Australian, now publicly supporting fellow Australian Julian Assange. You're also (apparently), skilled in the application of the law, and human rights. So I'm wondering what kind of blindness leads you to openly mention Schapelle Corby, in this article, with such disregard for the facts, disrespect for her situation - and accusations of getting "Better" treatment from the Australian Government than Assange.What's the matter, is your disinterest so great you can't even be bothered to do a simple Google search before you put pen to paper? This is link number two when you search on her name. Is it too difficult for you to peruse that information?For your education, you need to hope and pray Julian Assange doesn't get the same kind of "Help" as Schapelle, because if he does, he doesn't stand a chance. Were you asleep when the Government-supplied QC Mark Trowell said he never acted for Schapelle, and claimed he was there just there to protect the interests of the Australian government? Did you know Trowell's conduct in the case was so bad, he was judged guilty of unprofessional conduct by his peers? (Scroll to pages 3 & 4) - and his public actions devastated her appeal? Did you know he was a close friend of the Minister at the time, Chris Ellison?"Mr Hutapea and the rest of Corby's original legal team say that instead of helping, Mr Trowell's comments have harmed Corby's appeal and diverted criticism from the Federal Government. Because of his friendship with the Minister for Justice, Chris Ellison, and his former role in the West Australian Liberal Party, they see him as a wrecker."I would also suggest to you those in power are far more terrified of Schapelle, than Julian - that's if the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Both you and Julian are plastered all over the mainstream media, and openly speaking your mind - while not a single outlet has reported the devastating information contained in this new documentary, though every fact is backed up by irrefutable evidence. They won't even come out and criticise it, because it would draw attention to the truth.Maybe it's because Julian's not "Ordinary" - but Schapelle's so thoroughly average, we could be her, it's easy to identify. The truth's horrifying, the truth shows the Australian Government wilfully sacrificed an innocent citizen for political expediency, and to cover up corruption at the highest levels. That's also what Max Igan graphically points out here.And as for the usual trendies, they're showing their real colours by refusing to lift a finger - even though every fact in this graphic news ad is frighteningly true. Though the same crowd buried their heads in the sand when Senior Australian Protective Services Officer Gary Lee Rogers was murdered to cover up corruption, and Senior Customs Officer Allan Kessing was bankrupted.Maybe some secrets are far too dangerous Jennifer?Regards, Kim
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Daily Kos: HUGE OCCUPY WIN: City of Austin May Divest from BoA, Move All Funds to Locally-owned Credit Unions
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After meeting with local Occupy activists, the Austin City Council has unanimously passed a resolution calling for the city to explore divesting all of its funds from Wall Street banks, specifically Bank of America.
The resolution was crafted after council members met with Occupy Austin's Bank Action Team. Its unanimous passage marks the the beginning of a serious review process in which the City of Austin will reevaluate its current banking relationships, explore divestment from Bank of America and consider banking exclusively with local credit unions.
As the resolution states, the City Manager is to make recommendations that:...give preference to banks that support community reinvestment goals, such as the stabilization of the housing market, provision of loans to local homeowners and businesses, establishment of local branches in low-income communities, and opportunities for local employment.The resolution's sponsor, Laura Morrison, was asked whether the item passed was inspired by the Occupy movement. Her answer is a resounding affirmation of the work being done by activists on the ground in Austin:
Asked if the initiative is an outgrowth of concerns raised by Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Austin (which has organized local customer divestments from large banks to credit unions), Morrison says yes. “It’s specifically something that we’ve spoken about with some of the Occupy Austin folks, but also, clearly something that was raised more generally with the whole Occupy Wall Street movement and the conversation there.”If the City of Austin – the capital of our nation's second-most-populous state – indeed chooses to divest from Wall Street banks, the ripple effect could be unpredictable.
Regardless, the significance of what is happening in Austin currently cannot be overstated.
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Top 10 Aboriginal bush medicinesBy:Marina Kamenev | February-8-2011Share |
From witchetty grubs to kangaroo apples, these native medicines are used to cure ills the traditional way.THE CHINESE DRANK TEA from sweet wormwood leaves to cure chills and fevers, Egyptians used a herb from a plant called khella to help pass kidney stones, and all around the world, leeches were placed on sores to stop blood from clotting.Top 10 Aboriginal bush medicines
While these traditional methods of treatment are well known natural cures, Australian bush medicine, much like the bush itself is still very much a mystery. "A lot of information is lost," says Dr Evelin Tiralongo a pharmacist and expert in complementary medicine from Griffith University in Queensland. "[In Aboriginal culture], nothing is written down; instead, it's passed on through singing and dancing ceremonies, which are becoming increasingly rare."
According to Evelin most Aboriginal medical treatments were derived from food. "A big part of maintaining their health was just eating right," she says.
When Aboriginal people did fall sick, they used plants in a variety of ways to quell their ills. Some plants, like goat's foot, were crushed, heated and applied to the skin. Others were boiled and inhaled, and occasionally drunk. There were also saps which were directly smeared on the skin, and barks that were smoked or burned.
Professor Joanne Jamie, a medicinal chemist from Macquarie University, in Sydney has compiled a database on Aboriginal plants. Many of those plants, she found, contained anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory compound that are known to western medicine.
"When plants are used in a customary way, there is a far greater success rate in them having biological activity," she says. "The plants that were used by the Aborigines are very likely to be useful to us."
Here are the 10 most common Aboriginal traditional bush medicines:
1) Tea tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia)
Bundjalung Aboriginal people from the coast of New South Wales crushed tea-tree (or paper bark) leaves and applied the paste to wounds as well as brewing it to a kind of tea for throat ailments. In the 1920s, scientific experiments proved that the tea-tree oil's antiseptic potency was far stronger than the commonly used antiseptic of the time. Since then, the oil has been used to treat everything from fungal infections of the toenails to acne.
2) Eucalyptus oil (Eucalyptus sp.)
Eucalyptus leaves can be infused for body pains and fevers and chills. Today the oil is used commercially in mouthwash, throat lozenges and cough suppressants.
3) Billy goat plum/Kakadu plum (Terminalia ferdinandiana)
The world's richest source of Vitamin C is found in this native fruit from the woodlands of the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The plum has 50 times the Vitamin C of oranges, and was a major source of food for tribes in the areas where it grows.
4) Desert mushrooms (Pycnoporus sp.)
Some Aboriginal people suck on the bright orange desert mushroom to cure a sore mouth or lips. It has been known to be a kind of natural teething ring, and is also useful for babies with oral thrush.
5) Emu bush (Eremophila sp.)
Concoctions of emu bush leaves were used by Northern Territory Aboriginal tribes to wash sores and cuts; occasionally it was gargled. In the last decade, leaves from the plant were found to have the same strength as some established antibiotics. South Australian scientists want to use the plant for sterilising implants, such as artificial hips.
6) Witchetty grub (Endoxyla leucomochla)
Witchetty grubs Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 – also a good source of bush tucker Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 – were crushed into a paste, placed on burns and covered with a bandage to seal and soothe the skin by some people in Central Australia.
7) Snake vine (Tinospora smilacina)
Communities in Central Australia used to crush sections of the vine to treat headaches, rhumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory-related ailments. The sap and leaves were sometimes used to treat sores and wounds.
8) Sandpaper Fig (Ficus opposita) and Stinking Passion Flower (Passiflora foetida)
The combination the two plants were used in northern coastal communities to relieve itching. The rough leaves of the sandpaper fig were crushed and soaked in water, the rubbed on the itch until it bled. The pulped fruit of the stinking passion flower was then smeared on to the affected area. Sandpaper fig leaves have also been used to treat fungal skin infections such as ringworm, sometimes in combination with the milky sap.
9) Kangaroo apple (Solanum laciniatum and Solanum aviculare)
The fruit was used as a poultice on swollen joints. The plant contains a steroid which is important to the production of cortisone.
10) Goat's foot (Ipomoea pes-caprae)
For pain relief from sting ray and stone fish stings, mobs from North Australia and parts of New South Wales, crushed and heated the leaves of the plant, then applied them directly to the skin. Goat's foot is common near sandy shorelines across Australia.
The murder of Fred Hampton
March 2, 2012
On December 4, 1969, Chicago police assigned to State's Attorney Edward Hanrahan fired almost 100 shots into an apartment containing seven sleeping members of the Illinois Black Panther Party for Self-Defense. Four Panthers were wounded. Mark Clark and Fred Hampton were killed.
During years of criminal and civil court actions, the families of Mark Clark and Fred Hampton attempted to bring to justice those responsible for the murder. The court cases revealed the following information. Fred Hampton's bodyguard was a paid FBI infiltrator. This informant provided the police raiders with a floor plan of the apartment, which included an X marking that "Fred sleeps here."
The raid occurred shortly after a J. Edgar Hoover memo ordering that all FBI offices establish a counterintelligence program aimed at "neutralizing" and "crippling" the Panther Party, to "prevent the rise of a Black Messiah who could electrify and unify the militant Black movement."
On June 20, 1977, a suit brought by the Clark and Hampton families was resolved. After the jury deadlocked, U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Sam Perry ordered the acquittal of seven policemen. Judge Perry already had acquitted Hanrahan and various FBI members in April. At this time, Socialist Worker's Ben Blake interviewed Fred Hampton's brother Bill Hampton, who was actively involved in organizing support for the case. This article appeared in the July 1977 issue of Socialist Worker.
WHO WAS Fred Hampton and what was he trying to accomplish?
MY BROTHER was a rising young leader who was killed at the age of 21. Fred had the attitude of caring for people. He wanted to share with people. Even though he was a good student and athlete, he felt the needs of others.
In high school, Fred was president of the Inter-racial Cross Section Committee. He was not just a leader of Blacks but whites as well. Fred became leader of the youth NAACP at the age of 17, fighting for jobs, better recreation facilities, open housing. He led demonstrations for a swimming pool in Maywood.
Fred attended Triton College, Malcolm X College, and University of Illinois Circle Campus pursuing a pre-law course of studies. So Fred had become very busy--he had worked in groups like the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), he met people like Stokely Carmichael, Dr. Ralph Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Dick Gregory and various other people.
After Fred left the youth NAACP and SNCC and started doing things in the Maywood community, he joined the Illinois Black Panther and they chose him as their chairman. While he was chairman, the Illinois Black Panthers were organizing free medical centers, free breakfast programs, free clothing and free busing to prison programs.
Fred told the people to fight for their rights by any means necessary. He was organizing hospital strikes. He also founded what he called the Rainbow Coalition of poor whites, Blacks, Latinos, Indians and Chicanos in the city of Chicago to fight against oppression.
Fred took the Young Lords, a Puerto Rican gang, and the Young Patriots, a white gang from the Uptown area, and made all these groups into a political organization because he was trying to get them to see that racism wasn't the only problem--that racism was a byproduct of capitalism. He was going to take these groups to wipe out capitalism and oppression.
During the trial, it was shown that the police and FBI were trying to get the gangs against the Panthers because the Panthers were trying to unite the gangs to fight against their oppression.
IS THIS why States Attorney Hanrahan was after Fred?
HANRAHAN WAS trying to label the Panthers as a gang. He got in office by using the Black community on this law-and-order issue. He was getting together with mothers that had lost sons through gang wars and used the Panthers as a scapegoat.
Hanrahan got in, and Fred was telling people about police brutality and about the police infiltration of organizations. In the trial, all this comes out. It shows how an informant, William O'Neal, was paid some $30,000 to cause disruption within the Panther organization and to keep the Panthers from uniting with various groups.
The system was paying this informant and others to corrupt the Panthers and give it a bad image among the people. The FBI had files on Fred. They had O'Neal who drew the floor plan where Fred was sleeping. During the raid at 4:30 in the morning, it was proven that Fred was shot while he was asleep.
After the murder, the apartment was left open for two weeks, and many people went through there--not only Blacks but suburban whites--and saw how it had to be murder. The Congressional Black Caucus, at that time led by Adam Clayton Powell, came here and examined the apartment and called it murder themselves.
SO HOW could Judge Perry acquit everyone?
PERRY WAS prejudiced. He put a lot of harassment on our lawyers, jailing them for contempt, not letting them say a thing. He really has a lot against young people and Blacks and he hates progressive whites who stand up to fight for Blacks as our lawyers are doing.
So he threw the case out, but we are going to appeal it. We are going to keep getting national support, and we think that this only shows how corrupt the system is getting.
If the Panthers were dope dealers or criminals, they would not be such a threat. But the Panthers, the things they were doing, were exposing the system. When you live in a corrupt system, you can't expect the people who are corrupt to send the corrupters to jail. It is more or less a law of who has the most clout.
You really don't know what was happening in that court until you sit there. Even if you sit there for 20 minutes, you see the injustice. The defendants practically told the judge how to run the trial.
HOW CAN Socialist Worker readers support your efforts?
EVERYONE'S HELP is needed. A victory would not be just a victory for the Clark and Hampton families, but for all the countless working people, Black, yellow and brown people who have been murdered by the government.
Chicago's 1 percent get ready
Occupy Chicago Michael Herbert dissects the city's distortion of its history of brutality and makes an appeal for solidarity during the NATO/G8 protests in May.
February 23, 2012
THROUGHOUT LAST October, the city of Chicago made more than 300 arrests at Occupy Chicago public assemblies held in Grant Park for violation of city-imposed park curfew ordinances. Since the arrests, the mayor has stepped up his efforts to circumvent the U.S. Constitution through municipal ordinances, beefing up an already unconstitutional parade law to better facilitate the shutting down of any and all political dissent in the city of Chicago.
The stripping of civil liberties to serve the political interests of those in power is disconcerting. But what is more troublesome is the narrative that is being propagated by those in City Hall, through the media, to shroud these attacks on the public in a veil of talk about protecting the public.
In a speech of support for the mayor's latest attack on civil liberties, Ald. Edward Burke championed the supplementation of the "under-resourced" Chicago Police Department through no-bid contracts with third-party security forces to enforce anti-protest laws during the G8 and NATO summits coming to Chicago in May.
Burke went on to capitalize on a classic tool of mass control: a compound of misinformation and fear. Standing before City Hall, he warned of a special "breed of protester" coming to our city and cited the 1968 Democratic National Convention (DNC) as a reminder of what the city can expect come summer.
Burke's warning of the clash implies in no uncertain terms that violence at the DNC was caused by a lack of adequate police intervention. This conflicts with a thorough report on the events surrounding the DNC submitted by the Chicago Study Team (CST) to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence in December 1969.
The report cites the prohibition of public assembly in the city of Chicago leading up to the convention. Permits for protest were denied, often with the claim of conflicts with the same Chicago park curfew ordinances that were used to lock up Occupiers today. In the days before the DNC, Walter Cronkite reported to the world, "The Democratic convention is about to begin in a police state. There just doesn't seem to be any other way to say it."
What followed is described in the CST report as five consecutive days and nights of:
unrestrained and indiscriminate violence...often inflicted upon persons who had broken no law, disobeyed no order [and] made no threat...[and] included peaceful demonstrators, onlookers, and large numbers of residents who were simply passing through, or happened to live in, the areas where confrontations were occurring.
The report goes on to state that this violence was inflicted on the public by a police force that far outnumbered protesters. Burke's call for more strict anti-protest laws and an outsourced security force, unaccountable to the taxpayers of Chicago, in order to prevent a repeat of the 1968 police riots is comparable to making a call to line the city with dry timber and kindling to prevent a repeat of the Great Chicago Fire.
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SO WHAT'S under the veil? A global populist movement rising up against socioeconomic injustice.
For too long, the people have watched wealthy policymakers send the working class to die in wars that bankrupt our economy while lining the pockets of oil executives and defense contractors who pollute our environment and kill our brothers and sisters across the globe. We have watched Wall Street's predatory lending and credit default swaps sink us into an economic crisis--only to be rewarded by those responsible for protecting the public against such abuses.
The productivity of the U.S. working class has increased eight times as quickly as workers' wages since 1979. In that time, the income of the 1 percent has increased 240 percent. We see the class gap continue to rapidly expand while half of our country lives in poverty or close to it, and 8.3 percent of us are out of work according to understated official statistics. While our millionaire politicians enjoy the best health care on the planet, the system they have created for the rest of us ranks 37th in the world.
While the 1 percent plans its attacks on the working class from high-rise conference rooms and state buildings across the world, we stand against them in the streets of our cities. We routinely assemble in public places to host teach-ins and demonstrations against austerity measures that funnel tax money out of social services and into the pockets of the executives of multimillion-dollar corporations like the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), Sarah Lee and CNA Insurance.
Last year, these three companies took home $34.5 million in tax breaks from the city of Chicago while the mayor's budget will limit hours at the Chicago Public Library system, shut down half the city's mental-health clinics, and lay off 98 emergency dispatch personnel to free up $21.8 million from the city budget.
The much-needed tax dollars funneled out of the commons and into the bank accounts of these three corporations was 60 percent more than what was saved by laying off the working people of Chicago and slashing the social programs they depend on. Each of these three companies belong to a powerful alliance called World Business Chicago, a virtual "who's who" of Chicago's 1 percent.
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IT'S FAIR to say that World Business Chicago has a vested interest in an agenda that limits the right to protest in the city of Chicago and escalates police intervention during the summits through no-bid contracts for third-party security forces. Last month, due to pressure created by public anti-austerity campaigns organized by local activists, the CME and CNA both wiped their hands clean of their handouts from the corrupt Tax Increment Financing system, returning $28 million to the city of Chicago.
The CME even reported the Occupy movement as a "risk factor" in the liability section of its regulatory 10-Q filing released in November. Furthermore, as World Business Chicago serves as the host committee for the NATO and G8 summits, its board members stand to make a lot of money at the expense of the civil rights and safety of the people of Chicago.
It is not a trivial observation that Boeing, the third largest defense contractor on the planet, has a seat on the board of directors. If World Business Chicago were in need of a friend in the City Council to push through a friendly agenda, it would have to look no further than its chairman, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a man with a reputation of "getting the job done."
Emanuel has created a self-fulfilling prophecy. There will indeed be an ominous "rare breed" coming to Chicago to incite violence in May. But they will not be holding signs of protest or marching in the streets. They will be attending lavish dinners, staying in fancy hotels, and being guarded by military forces paid for by our tax dollars, while we are in the streets being beaten, shot at and locked up.
As you watch this on television, remember this: We are not hoodlums or criminals. We are members of your community who will no longer wait for the system to solve the problems it was designed to perpetuate. We are your teachers, your family, your neighbors and coworkers. Stand with us.
Friday, 2 March 2012
In a story about food delivery guys in New York on the Times (worth a read for its description of the challenges of the job alone), there’s mention of increased fines for riding an electric bicycle in the city:
The police said they had also recently begun confiscating electric bicycles, which are increasingly prevalent despite being banned from the streets by state law. A bill introduced on Wednesday in the City Council would double the fines for those caught riding electric bikes, to $1,000.
More people are riding electric bikes, so instead of trying to figure out how to integrate the relatively green transportation into the city infrastructure they’re going to try to make them more financially perilous to ride.
Admittedly, electric bikes don’t travel safely in bike lanes (they’re faster than most bicycles) or in the street (they still only do about 20MPH and don’t have good acceleration). But just like we allow people to drive cars that are capable of driving three-to-four-times faster than we typically allow in the city, why not simply ticket electric bike riders who break the speed limit? Or create a speed limit for bike lanes?
I’ve been riding my motorcycle from Brooklyn to Midtown for the last couple of weeks. I had been looking into buying an electric-assist bicycle for when the weather warms, but rather than risk a fine and increasingly aggressive seizure by the NYPD, I’m going to keep burning gas to get across town. I wish I had more options.by Joel Johnson on March 2, 2012 at 4:30 pm
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