Victorian Government is guilty

The State Government has blood on its hands.  The Premier and his cabinet are guilty, guilty, guilty. Five innocent are
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The State Government has blood on its hands.  The Premier and his cabinet are guilty, guilty, guilty.

Five innocent are dead, and others are fighting for their lives because the politicians are not listening.

We are done for bail! We are done with the wishy-washy justice system! We are done with out-of-touch judges and magistrates!

This maniac in Bourke Street, Melbourne, yesterday mowed down unsuspecting pedestrians while he was out on bail.

We deserve better than this.

It is time for us to focus on the protection of our community and stop extolling the rights of people who mean to do us harm.

It is time for the leftist do-gooder brigade to pull their collectives heads right in. We, the people, do not want to hear any more about criminal leniency because of age, ethnicity, and religion of some other “victim disease.”

Why are we so frightened to speak against PC brigade?

I am so angry about this unnecessary tragedy on Friday that I refuse to be dictated to by the PC brigade or the permanently offended for one moment longer.

Where is the deterrent? These thugs know the law, and they know they will probably get away of their crime.

Business owners are under attack by gangs robbing their stores, seemingly without consequence. These gangs are predominantly of African descent which have been allowed to run seemingly uncontrolled about our city because no-one is game to call them to justice for fear of being called racist.

Out of control juveniles and supposed refugees rioting and destroying millions of dollars worth of tax payer-funded buildings and equipment. We can’t lock them up because they are ‘children’. If they are perpetrating crimes against innocent people in our society, they need to be locked up. And I won’t shed crocodile tears for these ‘poor children’ either.

If they hunt in packs, terrorise and brutalise people going about their everyday lives. I say to them – do the crime, do the time!

Our hard working police force are frustrated by the ‘revolving door’ justice system.

It is time to back them up and not stand ready to point the finger and cry ‘brutality’ every time a gang member; ice addict, juvenile delinquent and drunk driver commit a crime.

Why many more people will be killed, injured and have their lives changed because bail justices keep returning offenders to the community.

The police know about these people. They have a history with them. When the police oppose bail, they have a very strong reason. This reason is being constantly ignored.

I wonder if the failure to act sooner against this idiot on Friday was more about offended to terminally offended rather than doing what the police should be doing and that is giving chase (not allowed) drawing their weapons and firing (not allowed) or any other action they deemed necessary.

Friday’s terror, to me, was the last straw concerning our very broken legal system and our constant bombardment of the bleating of the ‘do-gooders.

We live in a democratic society where the majority hold they power, not the bleeding heart minority.

Enough. Time for the people to stand up and speak.

If people break the rules of our society, the consequence should be severe.

If immigrants do not want to accept the ways and rules of our country, they need to leave our shores.

If people drink-drive and kill, and take ice and others drugs which then become their excuse for the inexcusable, they need to be severely dealt with.

The hand-holding in over. We have had enough.

  1. Bernie  

    About time, let’s make it happen

  2. Christine McShane  

    While there are lots of angry comments about the Bail Justice releasing this mental plankton on bail, the truth is that the Bail Justice was not allowed to see the list of priors. That needs to be changed, and NOW.

    • Wendy Watson  

      The Bail Justice may not have been privvy to prior convictions, BUT he totally ignored the strong recommendations of the Police who did not want this scum released! Sorry, the Bail Justice doesn’t get off that lightly…….still guilty of a gross lapse in judgement which allowed these tragic events to happen. The sooner these decisions are taken away from people insufficiently experienced the better……….. experienced Magistrates may not get it perfect, but it is a waaaaay better alternative than what has just happened.

  3. Bruce Taylor  

    There is no doubt that the legal system is broken. It is ridiculous that the police have so many restrictions on what they are allowed and not allowed to do.
    When you see a case where the police have worked for over a year to bring charges against an Ice dealer and when it goes to court the magistrate delivers the sentence SIX MONTHS GOOD BEHAVIOUR. No wonder the police are upset.
    When you see violent perpetrators continually released on bail and count the cost in money and lives you realise that the only solution is mandatory sentencing and once only bail.

  4. Rosolyn Simpson  

    Well Said…………………….Now let us see our Politicians act in the interest of the people they are elected to SERVE. NO BAIL if an offender is charged with a violent crime. We need to back our Police 100% they are the ones that get blamed every time there is some horror like Friday 20/01/2017 and they are not to blame. They are restricted by an obsolete and outdated Justice system. People of Australia rise up in protest this maybe your Child Husband wife Partner Mother Or Father who is the next victim. :Protest Peacefully but make it count and continue to peacefully protest until our voices are heard.

  5. Jenna  

    Sue speaks with heartfelt passion on a subject so many now really are afraid to raise in public, for fear of being consigned to the docks and stoned, metaphorically (at least, for now). Every word she said is true. Andrews is a bad joke and has to go.

    • Cele  

      Daniel Andrews has not created this current situation. It is the legacy of previous Governments in Office. There is also a separation of powers in Australia which divides the institution of Government into 3 branches: legislative, executive and judiciary.

  6. Robin Graham  

    Well said But what will happen to execute CHANGE. THATS THE TREE AL ISSUE NOW …

  7. Cheryl  

    Well spoken, lets hope that something is done positively this time. What goes on is shameful.

  8. Rudy  

    I Agree totally with every word said, good for you.

  9. Louis King  

    I don’t hear a word about the name of the person who gave him bail????
    I think that perhaps magistrates and Judges should not be appointed but rather be elected by their community to serve their communities interests then perhaps they would be more attentive to the interests of the community.

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