27 June 2013

Call Irwin for your Klan based Catch The Fire needs

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Skidbladnir’s panopticon has come up flashing as the Catch The Fire nutters of Battle of Mount Ainslie infamy arrange a shindig at the Griffin Centre.

There at the bottom we find:

Contact Irwin 0414 387 863 for more details

A bit of googling and who do we encounter but Irwin Ross of Concerned Citizens of Canberra infamy.

Got enough time to object to mosques miles from his house, but got time to host Pastor Danny. What a funny old life he leads.

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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd9:26 pm 27 Jun 13

Serious dirtbag.

Both of them.

Well done Skid.

I hate these mongrels. I’m reminded of George Carlin’s gag about the reason for the invention of flamethrowers. I sure hope they catch fire.

Turns out that Irwin Ross is hoping for a Senate seat when running against/ with Zed Seselja.

Also, despite Rise Up Australia Party having their events organised by, hosted by, using the web resources of, sharing personnel with, using the same office space as, and being the primary beneficiary of their President Danny Nalliah’s speaking engagements when acting in his role as Pastor of his own Catch the Fire Ministries Church, the two aren’t Associated Entities by the definition of the AEC.

Largely due to a current lack of evidence that they operate significantly to each others benefit, , establishes a closer connection between the actions of an organisation and a party than would be expected from a non-associated organisation, or that members of the organisation explicitly advocate voting for a particular party when acting in their official capacity.

So feel free to submit anything you think particularly suspicious to info@aec.gov.au mentioning in particular Subsection 287(1) of the Commonwealth Electoral Act, and mark it for the attention of Legal and Compliance Branch.

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