Ralph Blewitt, the main accuser attacking the PM in an embezzlement conspiracy theory that has attracted substantial media interest, has himself been accused by his sister of raping her when she was a child, in an interview that was partly broadcast but sanitised for defamation reasons by the Seven Network. It is probably best for everyone the sex predator has fled back to Malaysia.
In all the excitement for hunting down the imagined criminal past of the Prime Minister, it appears laws may have been broken. Tsk. Tsk.
Victoria’s discredited Ombudsman George Brouwer is playing politics again, this time writing a letter to Premier Ted Baillieu and leaking it prior to the Premier even being able to reply. Is this reasonable conduct for a supposedly politically independent statutory officer of the Parliament? He really is a disgrace.
Chris Bowen is doing a much better job than his predecessors, argues Nick Mack, despite the disapproval of Press Gallery know-alls and lefty human rights militants argues Nick Mack.
The Age holds itself out as a champion of ethics, transparency, disclosure and accountability in others. Sadly, it appears less inclined to walk the talk when it comes to its own conduct.
Relying on Ralph Blewitt as an authoritative source on anything is looking less sensible by the day. VEXNEWS can now reveal the sordid reason why his ex-wife loathes him: she caught him watching his teenage step-daughter in the shower.
ACT Uinions boss and riot-initiator Kim Sattler seems to think “Zionist” is an insult. We have a few insults for her.
VEXNEWS exposé of the PM’s principal embezzlement conspiracy theory promoter, Ralph Blewitt, as a “sex predator” has gained further national attention, this time in News Limited Sunday newspapers which have also revealed that his supposed partner-in-crime Bruce WIlson has said she nothing about it. Meanwhile, because it offers readers more pleasure than even dirty dog Ralph could get from a lithe young Balinese lady and a bottle of baby oil, we give Blewitt a fair old kicking and reprise past slimings while contemplating what the old goat appears not to have given much thought: that confessing to serious crimes could get you a serious custodial penalty.
At the heart of the problem with the credibility of the long-running conspiracy theory that has it that the Prime Minister of Australia was an embezzler twenty years ago is that those making the claims make very substantial errors of …