Law and Order: Not-so-special-victims

Bogots are very well acquainted with “the law”. Often of course it is because they have had many documented encounters with the police for breaking said law. So the inside of the local courtroom is often as familiar to them as it would be to the most accomplished silk. At the same time they wail incessantly about their “rights” and “entitlements”.

Allen Green

Looks like “Allen” has some knowledge, albeit distorted somewhat, since he posted this in a group consisting of a motley assortment of nutzis which attacked, defamed, threatened and stalked an anti-racist.

His post was followed by a ponderously incoherent rant from someone calling itself “Alan Jones” and displaying a picture of the late Charlton Heston, who died of Alzheimer’s Disease. An irony which has escaped “Alan” as he warbles and burbles across the landscape of his own planet (not to be confused with right-wing shock jock Alan Jones, a real person who has also had brushes with the law and who does not have Alzheimer’s)

Fake Alan Jones

Our interpretation – “Alan” has run into arrears with the rent, has been taken to court or to arbitration and was not happy with the outcome.

Sometimes though the bogots have actually undertaken a special study of “the law”. This special study in the first instance usually consists of a great interest in “efnic crime” and “Muslamic laws”.

Bonnie May Down

Tasmania’s own Geoffrey Robertson gives us her considered opinion on the status of an Australian-born woman whom her crew had been attacking (a regular occurrence) who happens to be Muslim.

We look forward to  Judge Judy Bonnie attempting to deport this person whom Rumpole Bonnie has declared to be a non-citizen. Watch out Chris Bowen, Bonnie wants your job!  Or maybe she wants Doug McClelland’s?

barrister

Bogot law only here thanks!

Not to be outdone, Bonnie’s law partner Linda manages to play fast and loose with factual evidence and assault the English language while possibly defaming the same person. Nice one Linda! We will follow your burgeoning career as a jurist with interest.

Linda Thoms

The bogot is very hurt that governments across the nation have absolutely no interest in the discredited practice of  ethnic profiling of criminals. This means that it cannot use official figures to back up its imaginary perceptions that all those Muslamics and non-white people are rampaging groups of ferals who are going to rape “our women”, (presumably beating the bogot to the task), despoil our children and rob banks while wearing burqas and practice something called “anti-white racism” which ranks second only to the mythical imposition of Shari’a law in this country in its ability to engage and enrage Straya’s finest amateur criminologists.

Joshua Horvath

Joshua is convinced we do ethnic profiling in Australia – or perhaps he does in his own little corner? At night when the grown-ups are asleep?

Shane Carpenter

Immigration consultant Shane is oh so very wrong. Even the most conservative Muslim is permitted by the Q’ran to seek residence in any country he or she wishes. Islam, like Christianity, is a missionary faith. So it would make no sense if all Muslims were confined to the arid wilderness of modern Saudi Arabia.

Then again nothing the bogots say really makes sense.

Lizzy Smith

Case in point. Firstly, very few Muslims wear turbans. Observant Sikh men on the other hand do.

Secondly, the hotel itself probably breached Queensland anti-discrimination laws. And we are all laughing at what “security breach” a Sikh man could possibly commit by wearing a turban – certainly a more elegant and hygienic piece of headwear than the filthy baseball caps and terry towelling hats we have seen the bogots wear in pubs.

Quick Lizzy, go and tell NSW RailCorp. Their Sikh employees wear turbans as part of their uniform.

As is usual with the cognitively impaired bogots, Shane is confusing the rules of Islam with the restrictions on pious Hindus. Hindus were long prohibited by their faith from leaving India because they would lose caste. If they did leave they were forced to undergo a lengthy purification process of prayer and fasting before they could resume normal life.  This is why the British tended to enlist non-Hindu Indians (Sikhs, Muslims, Christians and Buddhists) into their armies if their troops were liable to need to go overseas.

This religious restriction has largely disappeared as a result of cultural change, and Hindus are quite comfortable living in Australia – except of course when ignorant bogots target them.

The peculiar concept of “anti-white racism” (or its local variant “racism against white bigots Strayans”) is next on the list of legal topics for your keen bogot. When prompted for examples, a deafening silence falls, because with the bogot, it is always how it feels.

Rules of evidence

Rules of Evidence – Batty style

Of course in Straya, the rules of evidence one would expect in a common law court are somewhat distorted.

And as someone once wisely said

After all, you can’t put white people in their place when they own the place to begin with.

So perhaps the bogots had better watch this

And though opinion is divided amongst the bogots as to legal rights for gays and lesbians, perhaps the dominant bogot opinion lies here

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3 thoughts on “Law and Order: Not-so-special-victims

  1. Lizard or Lizzy when you setup the group and write the crap that is not clearly based on research, you must have been drunk, as you sure weren’t sober?

  2. Liizzy if you stop wasting money on getting drunk and spent it on doing research you would see reality, that there are no Muslims are NOT Sikhs and so they cannot wear Turbans.

  3. Just a quick comment – the bogot in the tenancy complaint was half-right. It is a genuine problem that there are very few lawyers who understand tenancy law, because the tribunals do not generally let parties represent themselves, so few lawyers develop practices based on it. So in a tenancy tribunal it is an inexperienced, under-resourced tenant against a landlord with an experienced property manager who has time to spend churning out breach notices. Add into that the massive increase in prices of rents and decrease in available stock and you have a perfect storm of unfair law and, consequently, really bad bullying by landlords. But he’s completely wrong about the rest of it!

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