Sunday, September 26, 2010

The Olympricks

How's this for a thought.

Let's have the Olympic Games but NOT fly the Australian flag. Just in case.


Well, take it up with the government because that's what they want.

In case is the basic argument.

In case the terrorists make people targets.

Now that certainly isn't bowing down to terrorists is it! Is it?

Saturday, September 18, 2010

In Australia we have the RIGHT TO KILL but not TO DIE...

There are many cases in Australia where human beings can be legally killed. Under the right circumstances, given the appropriate authorities, a human life can be taken. The law has allowed such things to occur without adverse consequence or at least with minimal backlash.

The conditions and requirements of enabling a killing are irrelevant to this post. It is sufficient to know and understand that in Australia - as it is in virtually every other country - one person can willfully take the life of another with the protection of the law.

As long as the person who is to die does not want to die.

For you see, in Australia it is not possible to commit Euthanasia. Even putting an advertisement highlighting the fact that the Australian Government will not discuss euthanasia is not allowed.

You see, we can have laws to govern homicide and lawful killing - so long as the victim stays the victim.

When the victim is someone with a terminal illness and in a state of permanent suffering, that is too hard for the government to deal with. The subject, it says, is closed.

Whether or not Australian's are allowed to terminate their own lives under set and specific circumstances with appropriate controls is something that needs to be determined. But it cannot be determined until our namby-pamby government grows up and faces the issues.

The greens are fighting for territory rights to legalize euthanasia but it's time ALL Australian's were given a say in the matter.

We can legally kill those people who do not want to die.
We can legally euthanize sick pets.
But we turn away and forget those amongst us who suffer ongoing and terminal pain because it is too difficult for us.

Wonko has spoken.

Monday, September 13, 2010


Here we go again. It's never ending.

Now, a victim impact statement can be doctored by a judge.

The victim impact statement is a STATEMENT OF IMPACT BY A VICTIM. It's quite simple. It is not a JUDGES IMPACT STATEMENT. It is a VICTIMS impact statement.

Why are the judges in this God Forsaken country allowed to screw the lives of victims as much or MORE than the criminals??????


This is absolutely disgusting. Australian judges should hang their heads in shame.

This is the opinion of Wonko.

I only hope that they reap the injustices that they are sowing - e.g. Judge lets off drink driver, gets hit by him 11 years later

Saturday, September 4, 2010

It's Time To SACK Australian Judges

The time has come for all Australian judges to be removed from their jobs. That is the opinion of Wonko the Sane. Sack the lot of them.


Read this shopping list of absurdity and sickening contempt for the victims of crime:
  1. Convicted Sexual Predator (Rapist and attempted child-molester) NOT deported because he likes AFL football - what about the partner he raped and the daughter he tried to rape?
  2. Sentence slashed for Christmas Day rapist - What about the 16yo girl he raped on Christmas Day while he was on parole?
  3. Teen walks free after downloading 200 hardcore child pornography images
  4. Police hand out panic buttons while judge frees dangerous rapist - how would the judge like to live next door to that one?
  5. Jail spared in case crimnal gets bullied - what about his dead girlfriend? What about her parents?
  6. Judge decides juries decision!
  7. Throat Slasher freed with no record and changed identify - but the judge probably knows and looks after their family.
  8. Youths are allowed to blind people - apparently being blinded isn't all that bad according to our judges. They should know - they are obviously blind themselves.
  9. OK to BASH 75yo because too skinny for jail - it's obviously fine to bash old people who are too frail to look after themselves but not to lock up skinny people.
Oh, there are more - lots more. It's time we put a stop to this stupidity. Time that we sacked our judges and restored some kind of law and order in Australia. What, we might wonder, will be the fate of the bastard who sexually attacked this old woman? A kiss on the head and a box of chocolates? And what of the man bashed for glaring at smoking teens? What sort of punishment can he look forward to them getting? A packet of free cigarettes probably. Australian Judges do not deserve to stay in the job when they make decisions such as the list presented here.

Ordinary Australians, the aged, the children - they don't deserve it.

It's time our legal system did what it was supposed to do. Past time.