Winston Churchill. Pg.310 “The Hell Makers” John C. Grover ISBN # 0 7316 1918 8
This matters above everything.
Check this out, what an Bum WOW!!!!
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
The Genius of Lu Kewen aka.K Rudd : When Australia’s Socialist’s go into the school building business.
Are we seriously meant to believe that the differential between what these buildings cost and what the Labor Government SAYS they cost, is simply going to be allowed to increase the bottom line of the Labor Party’s preferred contractors ? How many Swiss bank accounts have been set up by Rudd and Company since this SCAM started?
This SCAM is been financed with borrowed money,some $16 Billion,from the Labor Party’s head office in Beijing, after the SCAM is over, it will be left to Australians and their Children/ Grand children/ Great Grand Children to repay the $16 Billion Lu Kewen SCAMMED in order to line the pockets of the Labor Party and their “preferred contractor” and Union mates.
Lu Kewen election poster 2007 Hong Kong.
These traitors SCAM artists and carpetbaggers should be arrested and tried for crimes against Australia and its people,and executed on the steps of Parliament House Canberra at the earliest opportunity.
Unions grab $80m slice of school building funds
March 20, 2010
UNIONS have exploited a loophole to have almost all schools stimulus upgrades in Victoria declared "major projects" in order to pocket site allowances estimated to total at least $80 million.
The Master Builders Association of Victoria said the allowances - supposed to account for harsh conditions on large buildings - were an "abomination" and should never have applied to most education revolution projects. "We have a regime where the unions exploited the building education revolution to maximise wages for construction workers," executive director Brian Welch said. "It's just another add-on, and because the employers don't have the capacity to take it away from the unions, it stays and it grows."
The main building union, the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union, won the right to site allowances of between $2.40 and $4.60 per worker per hour through a series of cases at the Victorian Building Industry Disputes Panel.
The CFMEU confirmed it had since spread the allowances across almost all school jobs and said workers would use the extra cash for dinner or a film.
In Victoria, a "major project" is defined as anything above $2.4m. Once that threshold is reached, the sliding scale of allowances applies. Many schools stimulus projects fell short of the $2.4m mark, so the CFMEU sought to "bundle" together all projects undertaken by individual builders to get over the threshold.
The Weekend Australian has obtained two judgments from panel chairman Bob Merriman in which he green-lights the union's bid. "In considering all aspects of this matter, I am convinced the union's claim in this matter is justifiable and meets the requirements of the principles outlined above," Mr Merriman ruled.
Mr Welch said the MBAV supported the $16.2 billion Building the Education Revolution stimulus, but the exploitation of the site allowance had hurt profits.
"The costs escalated and not only applied to the workers for the construction company but all the subcontractors who walked on to the site," he said.
"It didn't aid employment, it just put more money in the pockets of building workers."
CFMEU state secretary Bill Oliver made no apologies for securing the allowance, saying unions were used to builders artificially breaking up projects to minimise site allowance.
"A site allowance is extra money in the pocket of workers, which will be spent on taking their families out to dinner, or to see a movie, or to buy a new pair of socks - all of which helps the economy and serves the ultimate purpose of the stimulus funding," Mr Oliver said.
The MBAV wants the panel to be abolished or an appeals mechanism created. "There is a flaw in the system, which we pointed out to the (state) government; they didn't do a great deal about it so the industry is now paying $2.40 for every school no matter what," he said.
"Why haven't they done anything about it? Because I think they are as intimidated by the unions as much as anyone else."
Labour costs usually make up about 50 per cent of a construction project's cost. The site allowances add 6 per cent to the wages bill, and 3 per cent to overall cost. Applied across Victoria's $2.64bn share of the last two rounds of the stimulus, it amounts to $80m.
Mr Welch said employers would be powerless to strip the allowances out of future agreements. "The unions are going to be out of the cage," he said.
"The Australian Building and Construction Commission is waning, the ability to control and temper their conduct is diminishing and the feral elements want to exert their influence."
The state and federal governments declined to comment.
FU*KI*G Terrorist !!!! oops woowww,sorry what was he thinking? how about Muslim “car enthusiast” (that’s better), bailed for Easter riot, cameraman stood down.
This Thug Omar, and his Father have been shamed by their OWN actions, nobody else’s.Why act,with even the slightest amount of dignity, when you can behave like a Muslim ? Over the top reactions, to every slight,perceived or real. Thank God they are members of the “Religion of Peace” who knows how they would behave if they were members of the “Religion of Bloodthirsty Rioting Hoodlums Head hunters and Terrorists” we would really be in trouble then.
Alleged ringleaders of Bob Jane riot bailed despite fears of repeat
April 01, 2010
TWO alleged ringleaders of the Bob Jane T-Marts riot at Oakleigh have been granted bail today, despite fears of a repeat of the mayhem over the Easter weekend.
Magistrate Fiona Stewart released Aziz Elbayeh, 19, of Springvale, and Omar Amr, 19, of Springvale South but set strict reporting restrictions and a curfew for the pair.
Ms Stewart said Mr Elbayeh and Mr Amr had shown cause why they should be granted bail but warned them they should steer clear of any "car culture'' gatherings or social networks.
Prosecutor Catherine Sedgwick, who had opposed bail, revealed today that a warrant was issued for Amr's arrest last week when he failed to appear in court on other matters.
For this reason, she said the prosecution believed he was a flight risk.
At an earlier hearing, Constable Greer Goldsmith told the court police had evidence of further riots being planned this weekend on Facebook and car enthusiast websites.
Both men face charges of riot, incitement to riot, affray, burglary, theft and criminal damage arising out of the riot over the cancellation of an Easternats car race.
Mr Elbayeh is accused of smashing a chair through the window of the T-Mart store while Mr Amr allegedly threw a lit flare at a policeman.
During the the riot, 100 police faced off against 2000 protesters.
Ms Stewart ordered that the teenagers cannot leave the house between 9pm and 6am without being accompanied by a parent and that they not use the internet or mobile phones in relation to the so-called "car culture'' network in Melbourne.
Additional conditions that Amr should surrender his passport and not attend an international point of departure were also imposed.
"If you are found guilty you have significantly let your decent families down,'' she told the pair.
Police raided the homes of Mr Elbayeh and Mr Amr on Tuesday night, seizing mobile phones and laptops.
They were allegedly identified on CCTV at the scene of mayhem.
UPDATE The Cameraman has been sacked.
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