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Warning to all Muslims the world over seeking asylum and protection from the manifestations of their faith.
Do not under any circumstances come to Australia, for we are a Nation founded upon Judeo Christian Law and principles and as such Australia is an anathema to any follower of the Paedophile Slave Trader Mohammad's cult of Islam.
There is no ideology more hated and despised in Australia than Islam.You simply would not like it here.
Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.
Voltaire French author, humanist, rationalist, & satirist (1694 - 1778)
Those who demand you believe that Islam is a Religion of Peace also demand you believe in Anthropogenic Global Warming.
Aussie News & Views Jan 1 2009
"But Communism is the god of discontent, and needs no blessing. All it needs is a heart willing to hate, willing to call envy “justice."
Equality then means the violent destruction of all social and cultural distinctions. Freedom means absolute dictatorship over the people."
Take Hope from the Heart of Man and you make him a Beast of Prey
“ If you will not fight for right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a precarious chance of survival.
“There may be even a worse case. You may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than live as slaves”
Winston Churchill. Pg.310 “The Hell Makers” John C. Grover ISBN # 0 7316 1918 8
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------If language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant; if what is said is not what is meant, then what must be done remains undone; if this remains undone, morals and art will deteriorate; if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said.
This matters above everything.
'a socialist is communist without the courage of conviction to say what he really is'.
Hontar: We must work in the world, your eminence. The world is thus.
Altamirano: No, SeƱor Hontar. Thus have we made the world... thus have I made it.
Voltaire said: “If you want to know who rules over you, just find out who you are not permitted to criticize.”

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When those sworn to destroy you,Communism, Socialism,"Change you can Believe in" via their rabid salivating Mongrel Dog,Islam,take away your humanity, your God given Sanctity of Life, Created in His Image , If you are lucky this prayer is maybe all you have left, If you believe in God and his Son,Jesus Christ, then you are, despite the evils that may befall you are better off than most.

Lord, I come before You with a heavy heart. I feel so much and yet sometimes I feel nothing at all. I don't know where to turn, who to talk to, or how to deal with the things going on in my life. You see everything, Lord. You know everything, Lord. Yet when I seek you it is so hard to feel You here with me. Lord, help me through this. I don't see any other way to get out of this. There is no light at the end of my tunnel, yet everyone says You can show it to me. Lord, help me find that light. Let it be Your light. Give me someone to help. Let me feel You with me. Lord, let me see what You provide and see an alternative to taking my life. Let me feel Your blessings and comfort. Amen.
"The chief weapon in the quiver of all Islamist expansionist movements, is the absolute necessity to keep victims largely unaware of the actual theology plotting their demise. To complete this deception, a large body of ‘moderates’ continue to spew such ridiculous claims as “Islam means Peace” thereby keeping non-Muslims from actually reading the Qur’an, the Sira, the Hadith, or actually looking into the past 1400 years of history. Islamists also deny or dismiss the concept of ‘abrogation’, which is the universal intra-Islamic method of replacing slightly more tolerable aspects of the religion in favor of more violent demands for Muslims to slay and subdue infidels"


Anthropogenic Global Warming SCAM

Friday, January 17, 2014

Great White Sharks closer to you than you think.

Victorian Legal system : Derryn Hinch off to Jail for naming Paedophile

The Human Headline gives his final interview moments before his arrest.

"Coward Punch" (Knock Out Punch) victim Daniel Christie farewelled

One-punch victim Daniel Christie farewelled at Sydney funeral

January 17,2014

Family and friends of Kings Cross assault victim Daniel Christie have farewelled him at a funeral service in Sydney.

Governor-General Quentin Bryce was among the mourners who attended the service for the 18-year-old at the Hillsong Church in Sydney's Baulkham Hills.

The teenager's family switched off his life support last week, 11 days after he was knocked unconscious by a single punch in Kings Cross on New Year's Eve.

His family paid tribute to him as "caring, exceptional" and "a beacon of morality with a heart of gold".

"I cannot adequately express the joy I've experienced being Daniel's mother," Maureen Christie told the service.

Daniel's father, Michael Christie, said his son was a beautiful young man whose death was "inexplicable".

"I'm very proud of this summary I wrote on his resume: Daniel has an impressive physical presence. He's well spoken and presents well with good language skills. These physical attributes support a mature respect for others and himself, honesty, integrity and a good work ethic," he said.

"He was very embarrassed by me writing so glowingly about him. I told him, 'It was only the truth' and [that], after a minute or so, anyone would understand that every word written there was true."

Mr Christie urged politicians to take action on alcohol-fuelled violence.

"It's up to our elected members to set frameworks and guidelines to stop this insanity," he said.

"If change is to be, it's up to each and every one of us."

Ms Bryce said there was "no place for gratuitous violence" in Australia.

"The whole of our country joins in giving our deepest sympathy to Mr and Mrs Christie in the devastating of the circumstances that led to the death of their very precious son, Daniel," she said.

  Members of the Christie Family embrace and console each other 
outside the Hillsong Church

A private cremation and wake will be held after the service.

New South Wales premier Barry O'Farrell said it would not be appropriate for him to attend as it could politicise the event.

Mr Christie's family have spoken out about the term "king hit" and say the term "coward punch" is more appropriate.

They have called for changes so that people can go out "without experiencing mindless violence".

The man accused of assaulting Mr Christie, 25-year-old builder Shaun McNeill, has been charged with murder and has been refused bail.

Daniel Christie's death has renewed pressure on the New South Wales Government to take tougher action on alcohol-fuelled violence.

The Bureau of Crime Statistics says that while the number of assaults inside licensed premises in Kings Cross has dropped by 20 per cent since 2008, the number of assaults outside licensed premises has not changed.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has added his voice to the debate, calling attacks such as that on Mr Christie "appalling".

"I am appalled by what seems to be happening in certain trouble spots here in this great city of ours," he said.

He said he is concerned by the binge-drinking culture among young people.

Thomas Kelly Murder accused Kieran Loveridge faces Court

Thomas Kelly accused Killer appears in Court supporter knocks Cameraman unconscious outside court

Funeral of Murder Victim, 22 year old Patrick Crowe.

Accused Murderer of Thomas Kelly appears in Court as supporters knock Ch9 cameraman unconscious outside.

Vale. Captain Paul McKay.. Thanks Mate, Rest in Peace

Australian soldier, Captain Paul McKay,missing in up state New York in freezing conditions

Sydney's Occupied Territories: Failed street abduction of woman, pleas for help ignored

Thursday January 16, 2014

Police have released a computer-generated image of a man as part of investigations into the alleged attempted abduction of a woman at Liverpool earlier in the week.

It's alleged the incident occurred at about 4:20pm on Monday 13th of January. The 29-year-old woman says she was standing at the corner of Railway Street, near the intersection of Bigge Street, when a small red hatchback containing four men stopped in front of her. She's told police one of the men allegedly tried to force her into the car.
Police issue COMFIT of man as they investigate attempted abduction - Liverpool

NSW Police
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 01:58:25 PM

Police have released a computer-generated image of a man as part of investigations into the attempted abduction of a woman at Liverpool earlier in the week

About 4:20pm, Monday 13 January 2014, a 29-year-old woman was standing at the corner of Railway Street, near the intersection of Bigge Street, when a small red hatchback containing four men stopped in front of her.

A man got out of the front passenger seat and told the woman to get in the vehicle. When she refused, the man grabbed her and attempted to force her into the car.

The woman shouted out before the man let go of her and left in the vehicle.

Detectives from Liverpool Local Area Command are continuing investigations into the incident and have released a computer-generated image of a man they would like to speak to.

He is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, olive complexion, aged in his mid 20s, 170-175cm tall with a medium build, brown close-shaved hair, facial stubble, brown eyes and hairy arms.

At the time he was wearing a navy t-shirt, a thick gold chain around his neck, beige cargo pants and white sports shoes.

Liverpool Local Area Command’s Acting Crime Manager, Inspector Dean Johnstone, has expressed his concern over the incident and appealed for witnesses to come forward.

“This was a random and brazen attack committed in broad daylight which has left a young woman scared for her safety.

“At that time of the afternoon Railway Street would have been busy and I would ask anyone who witnessed the incident, or saw the car travelling through the area, to come forward.

“We have also released a computer-generated image of the man and urge anyone who recognises his face and may know who he is to contact police,” said Inspector Johnstone.

Police are urging anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime 

Stoppers online reporting page: Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Operation Sovereign Borders: Royal Australian Navy accused of entering Indonesian waters in fight against Insurgents

Navy in breach of Jakarta's waters during Operation Sovereign Borders

Brendan Nicholson and Paul Maley 
The Australian
January 17,2014

Insurgents and their Labor Green Loon Progressive supporters (sponsors) whine they were tricked by Royal Australian Navy and repelled to base camp in Indonesia.

AN investigation by the Australian Defence Force has confirmed that at least one Royal Australian Navy vessel implementing the Coalition's border-protection policy has breached Indonesian territorial waters.

The Australian has also confirmed border-protection authorities have begun using lifeboats to return asylum-seekers to Indonesia, a method used for a boatload of people intercepted near Christmas Island last week.

During the past week the navy had been investigating allegations made by people-smugglers and asylum-seekers that Australian Border Protection Command vessels had breached Indonesia's 12-nautical mile limit while towing boats back from Australian waters.

They also claimed that crew members mistreated asylum-seekers by holding them against hot engine parts to inflict burns and by withholding food supplies.

All of these allegations were strongly rejected by Defence Force chief David Hurley, Immigration Minister Scott Morrison and the general in charge of Operation Sovereign Borders, Angus Campbell.

They said the Australian personnel conducted themselves professionally and responsibly.

The Australian has confirmed that the navy's examination of records and global positioning system data revealed yesterday that at least one vessel on border-protection duty under Operation Sovereign Borders entered Indonesian waters while returning an asylum-seeker boat.

While the Abbott government has thrown a cloak of secrecy over border-protection operations, two groups of asylum-seekers have claimed in interviews that they were on boats taken back to Indonesia by the navy.

They claimed that some who objected were handcuffed and otherwise restrained and ill-treated.

One boat was said to have been picked up near Darwin on January 1 and towed for five days before being cut loose near Rote Island. Another was said to have been towed back in December.

Naval crews have been caught between the need to avoid breaching Indonesian waters and ensuring that boats they are turning or towing back to that country arrive safely.

In Jakarta, a spokesman for Djoko Suyanto, the Co-ordinating Minister for Politics, Security and Law, said there had not been an Indonesian complaint about any breach of its territorial waters.

"We have no evidence" of a breach, the spokesman said.

He said the Co-ordinating Minister's office was aware of only two asylum-seeker boats turned back by the Australians, which landed on Rote Island on December 19 and January 6.

About 90 people from those boats were being transferred to immigration detention centres in Sumatra, Riau and 

Central Java, he said. Mr Djoko's office has been given top responsibility for handling the boatpeople dispute with Australia.

The Australian has been told a large lifeboat was used to ferry passengers of a boat en route to Christmas Island back to Indonesia. The boat was intercepted by border protection personnel after being observed by the crew of an RAAF Orion patrol aircraft.

It is unclear whether anyone went into the water at any point, but sources agree the asylum boat was disabled and that the Australian Navy was on the scene.

"The boat was sinking," one source said.

It is understood the boat was deliberately sabotaged by some of the passengers, rendering it unseaworthy.

Customs and Border Protection Command placed the asylum-seekers on a large lifeboat, deemed by the authorities to be a "safe platform", and returned it to Indonesia.

It is not clear whether the boat sailed to Indonesia under its own steam or whether it was escorted by Indonesian officials. Nor is it known how many asylum-seekers were on the boat, nor where the boat eventually landed.

Mr Morrison declined to comment on the incident.

"For operational security reasons, the government does not confirm or otherwise comment on reports of on-water activities in relation to Operation Sovereign Borders or disclose details of any operations," he said.

Mr Morrison also denied reports Customs and Border Protection personnel had fired warning shots into the air as they intercepted an asylum boat, which was reportedly then redirected by Australian authorities back to Indonesia.

"Without commenting on any specific alleged incident, I can confirm that no shots have been fired at any time by any persons involved in Operation Sovereign Borders since the operation commenced," Mr Morrison said.

Two days ago, Lieutenant-General Campbell confirmed the purchase of lifeboats, although he would not say what they would be used for. It was not clear whether the lifeboat used in the operation was one referred to by General Campbell or another craft.

Indonesia's Foreign Minister Marty Natalegawa criticised the Abbott government's apparent intention to put asylum-seekers into lifeboats and escort them back to Indonesia as "a slippery slope".

Dr Natalegawa's comments suggest the Indonesians will take an even dimmer view of using lifeboats than they do of turning back fishing boats carrying asylum-seekers.

"It's one thing to turn back the actual boats on which (asylum-seekers) have been travelling but another issue when they have actually been transferred to another boat and actually been facilitated and actually told to go that direction," he told the ABC.

"To be zeroing in on issues ... in a manner that tends to divide is not helpful."

Last week's incident is the first known occasion when lifeboats were used to ferry asylum-seekers back into Indonesian waters.

Bill Shorten said he respected the work of ADF personnel but he attacked what he said was a government "culture of secrecy".

"I don't want to see Australian servicemen and servicewomen caught up as the meat in an Abbott-Morrison secrecy sandwich on our boats," the Opposition Leader said.

The government has offered Labor's immigration spokesman Richard Marles and Mr Shorten a full briefing on progress in Operation Sovereign Borders - an offer to be taken up when parliament resumes next month.

Additional reporting: Paige Taylor, Peter Alford

Insurgents and their Labor Green Loon Progressive supporters (sponsors) whine they were tricked by Royal Australian Navy and repelled to base camp in Indonesia.

Asylum seekers say they were tricked by navy

Michael Bachelard
January 17, 2014

Operation Sovereign Borders: Royal Australian Navy accused of entering Indonesian waters in fight against Insurgents

Australia has for the first time used one of its new lifeboats to send a group of 56 asylum seekers back to Indonesia in a move that is likely to plunge the bilateral relationship to a new low.

Fairfax Media has interviewed a large group of would-be refugees from Pakistan and Bangladesh who scuttled their wooden vessel six days ago in an attempt to avoid being pushed back to Indonesia.

Instead they were picked up by an Australian Navy vessel, HMAS Stuart, and kept overnight before being transferred to a Customs and Border Protection vessel.

The men said they were tricked into thinking they were going to be taken to Christmas Island. But they were put on a small, bright orange lifeboat-style vessel close to the Indonesian shore, with only enough fuel to return there.

The Indonesian man who captained their wooden asylum boat was put at the helm of the Australian lifeboat to complete the three-hour journey.

The news came as Fairfax Media confirmed that Australia escorted another boat back on December 26, bringing to five the total number of confirmed instances of turn-backs, despite Indonesia’s long-running objections to the practice.

Pakistani asylum seeker, Fazal Qadir, 28, said he had set sail from an island off Java on January 5 bound for Christmas Island with 56 people from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Iraq and Palestine on board, along with an Indonesian captain and one crew member. There was one woman with a 20-month-old toddler.

After about three or four days at sea, he said the group was spotted by an Australian aeroplane flying overhead. The boat was already leaking.

"We were very happy [when we saw them] because we thought when the boat went into the water, then they must receive us,” Mr Qadir said.

A sheet from a document given to them by Australian Customs.
All of the people on board already knew of other vessels which had been returned to Indonesia, so were determined to be rescued rather than escorted back. One passenger took a piece of wood and prised open the hole that was already in the hull. Others rocked the boat.

When it foundered, two Australian speedboats reached them and the 12 navy personnel on board told the asylum seekers to cling to the side. The toddler was provided with a life jacket, Mr Qadir said.

About 20 minutes later, two Australian Navy vessels, numbered 153 (HMAS Stuart) and 88 (HMAS Maitland) came into view.

Mr Qadir said the group was loaded onto the Stuart and they steamed towards Christmas Island. The men were told, and believed, they would be taken there. But the ship did not dock at the island. "We were going around Christmas all the time. For two days we were in the navy ship," Mr Qadir said.

The group was photographed and interviewed by navy personnel. They gave their names and were provided with white, numbered wrist bands.

On the second day they were transferred to a Customs and Border Protection boat that they could not identify. "We could see Christmas [Island]," the men said.

For three days they remained on the Customs boat.

During this time the men were desperate to call their families to tell them they were all right.

"We wanted to call our home because our families were scared their children were dead, but the navy and Customs would not give us a phone. They said we could call when we reached Christmas Island but they lied to us."

Finally, the men say, they were tricked once more. Mr Qadir said a small orange boat with a weather canopy was tied to the back of the Customs ship. They were told to board it because it would ferry them to Christmas Island.

At the last minute, though, a Customs officer came on board, tossed the asylum seekers a four-page document in a range of languages, and returned to the large ship, which sailed away.

The document, dated December 2013, reads: "You only have enough fuel to reach land in Indonesia. You do not have enough fuel to continue your voyage to Australia.

"The master of your vessel is now responsible for your safety. You must co-operate with the master and not act in a manner that risks your safety. You are responsible for your own actions. Your vessel is not equipped for a voyage to Australia. It is not safe to continue your voyage to Australia.

"If you continue on your journey, the master and crew of your boat will face harsh penalties, which may include a jail term."

The master was the Indonesian captain who had brought them from Java. They showed the compasses, GPS system and satellite phone that were provided with the orange boat.

The men said they were dropped very close to Indonesia. It took only three hours to reach shore.

They and the captain abandoned the Australian boat and walked into the jungle. They said they walked for five hours, including crossing a flood-swollen river, to find help.

They returned to their former houses in the West Java town of Cisarua late on Wednesday night.

On Wednesday Indonesian foreign minister Marty Natalegawa described the lifeboat option as "a slippery slope".

"It's one thing to turn back the actual boats on which they have been travelling but another issue, when they are transferred onto another boat and facilitated and told to go in that direction,'' he said.

Immigration Minister Scott Morrison declined to comment on the asylum seekers' treatment.

A statement from his office said: "For operational security reasons, the government does not confirm or otherwise comment on reports of on-water activities in relation to Operation Sovereign Borders or disclose details of any operations.''

Catch Up : Sydney's Occupied Territories Muslim Crime Gang rounded up and bail refused

Cultural Enrichment,Diversity,Harmony Day Ambassadors weaving more golden threads into Labor Green Loons Multicultural tapestry.

Undercover officer caught Brothers 4 Life gang members in a police sting, court heard

Janet Fife Yeomans 
The Daily Telegraph
January 17,2014

Three key members of the violent western Sydney gang Brothers for Life were caught through a police sting, it was revealed in court yesterday.

Members did not know that they were dealing with an undercover cop as the gang continued to plan and commit offences, undeterred by the arrests of a dozen members in recent months, Central Local Court was told.

But knowing the police were watching them in general, the gang used "low level members" to commit the crimes, Crown prosecutor Victoria Garity said.

The story behind the high-profile arrests of three gang members after a police sweep of properties in Sydney and on the NSW central coast earlier this month - Farhad Qaumi, his brother Mumtaz, and Masieh Amiri - was revealed as Amiri, 27, a trainee hairdresser, applied for bail.

Surveillance and telephone intercepts caught him discussing obtaining a bag containing drugs, a sawn-off pump action shotgun and a Smith and Wesson revolver from the undercover operative, Ms Garity alleged.

There were loud sobs from one female family member in court as Amiri appeared from Parklea prison via videolink.

Amiri appeared to be quietly praying during most of the bail hearing, his lips moving as he stroked his closely-shaved black beard.

His mother, who had brought Amiri and his sister Wajeha Amiri, from Afghanistan as children, was too upset to join the family members in court, Ms Amiri said.

"It's a very big deal for our family. If (our mother) comes here, she would faint," Ms Amiri told the court.

"She isn't strong enough to come here."

She said their mother and father did not work and were able to supervise Amiri at their Kellyville home if he was released on bail. The days he was not at college studying hairdressing, he would work in a family business that spray painted kitchen cabinets.

Amiri and the Qaumi brothers are members of the Afghan-controlled Blacktown chapter of Brothers for Life.

Amiri's barrister, Mark Higgins, said the undercover officer had acted as "agent provocateur".

He said Amiri's family was a typically migrant family, close-knit who lived and worked together and they had offered a surety of $180,000.

Opposing bail, Ms Garrity said that Amiri faced incredibly serious charges and "the protection of the community in these types of matters is paramount."

Magistrate Les Mabbutt refused bail and remanded Amiri to March 6 when he will be joined by his co-accused, the Quami brothers, who have not applied for bail.

Brothers 4 Life gang leader Farhad Qaumi and brother Mumtaz denied bail

Yoni Bashan,Richard Noone and Amy Dale
The Daily Telegraph
January 9,2014

NSW police arrest suspected gang chiefPolice investigate Sydney boat shooting
BROTHERS for Life gang leaders Farhad Qaumi, 31, and his brother Mumtaz Qaumi, 29, have been refused bail in Wyong Local Court this morning.

The pair were arrested in a series of raids across the Central Coast and Sydney yesterday by heavily armed officers from the Tactical Operations Unit and investigators from the Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad (MEOCS).

A third man, Masieh Amiri, was arrested at Auburn was also refused bail during a brief appearance at Parramatta Local Court.

Farhad Qaumi, known as "the Afghan", was recruited by the gang's founder and Supermax inmate Bassam Hamzy and quickly ascended to the position of "captain" of the Afghan-dominated Blacktown chapter.

NSW Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas has warned remaining Brothers For Life members that there will be no let up in the police force's bid to shut the menacing gang down following Qaumi's arrest.

Police believe with the arrest of Qaumi they have now knocked out its two most dominant chapters and had "cut the head off the snake".

"There are only a small number of Brothers For Life members left," Kaldas said in a press conference this morning. "He (Qaumi) is a leader of the group, a leader of a faction.

"Speculation this is the end of the group is premature but I'm optimistic those who have caused the damage are now either in custody or neutralised.

"There are still individuals out there, we know who they are and we will be coming to get them. Come forward now before we come for you.

"We do have a large number of people who are talking to us and we've mapped out exactly what's happened.

"If you have been involved in any of these events, any of these incidents, any of this time, you need to think about coming forward now before we come to you and that's exactly what is going to happen.

"Operation Talon will not rest or stop because of the arrests that have been made. It will continue tonight."

Qaumi's recruitment to B4L allegedly came by direct appointment from the gang's founder, Supermax inmate Bassam Hamzy. Not long after joining he was appointed "captain" of its Afghan-dominated Blacktown chapter.

But today, the Brothers 4 Life leader looked anxious during his brief appearance at Wyong Local Court.

Dressed in a black polo shirt the 31-year-old said nothing as the police prosecutor told the court she was seeking a brief of evidence by February 21.

He was remanded in custody to appear via video link at Central Local Court on March 7.

His younger brother Mumtaz Qaumi was charged with possessing an unauthorised pistol and a prohibited firearm, two counts of supplying a large commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, supplying an indictable quantity of a prohibited drug and knowingly direct criminal activities of a group.

The 29-year-old, dressed in a red Polo Sport t-shirt, leaned back in the dock after he was brought in to court straight after his older brother.

He likewise said nothing during his brief appearance and was also taken back into custody to reappear at Central Local Court on March 7 via video link.
Police charge sheets tendered in court reveal the pair were allegedly in possession of a "0.38 special calibre Smith and Wesson model 10 revolver" in Sydney between November 5 and December 12.

The charge sheets allege they were also in possession of a 12 gauge shortened Mossberg pump action shotgun at the same time.

Farhad Qaumi, of Chittaway Bay, was also accused of being in possession of a 0.38 calibre snub nose revolver between 11pm on January 3 to 12.30am on January 4 at St Marys in Sydney's west.

The charge sheets allege both brothers supplied 1134.2g of "4-bromo-2,5-dimethoxyphenethylamine" also known as the drug "Nexus" along with 760.22g of "bromo DMA" between November and December last year.

They were also charged with allegedly supplying 150.85g of cocaine.

Police will allege the Qaumi's "did participate in a criminal group, to wit the Brothers for Life" gang from September 13 until their arrest yesterday.

"The Brothers for Life, whose activities are organised and ongoing by directing activities of the group, and knowing that participating contributed to the occurrence of any criminal activity," the charge sheets read.

Neither brothers applied for bail, which was formally refused.

Amiri, dressed in a white shirt was led up from the courthouse cells as his solicitor requested a bail application be made next week.

Amiri is charged with attempting to possess unauthorised pistol, attempting to possess unauthorised prohibited firearm, two counts of supply a large commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, supplying an indictable quantity of prohibited drug and participate in a criminal group.

His bid to be released on bail will be heard at Central Local Court on January 16, with a mention of the case set down for March 6.






Last night a total seven properties were searched, including three at Wyong, Villawood, Guildford, Auburn and Kellyville.

The investigation into Qaumi and his cohorts was formed late last year and codenamed strike force Sitella, which has arrested eight Blacktown chapter members and seized five guns.

The strike force's task was to specifically target Qaumi and bring down the Blacktown chapter of Brothers 4 Life. The Blacktown B4L faction has been at war with its sister-chapter in Bankstown for months, resulting in about a dozen public shootings, including a murder.

Police in November swooped on the gang, arresting 12 members including the gang's

Sydney leader and Bankstown captain Mohammed Hamzy, 28.

With both chapter heads and a swag of senior members and underlings behind bars, yesterday's arrest marks the gang's end.

Last week another alleged B4L member, Fawad Bari, 23, was arrested at St Marys after police allegedly found a .38 revolver in his van.

Qaumi recently became a target after he was fired upon by a gunman while on the luxury yacht Oscar II which was docking at Rose Bay Wharf on New Year's Day.

Also on the boat were a number of B4L members and other colourful Sydney identities. He was treated for a gunshot wound to his shoulder after up to 20 bullets were fired at the vessel. 

Man shot as luxury $2500/hr cruiser sprayed with bullets at Rose Bay

Leigh Van Den Broeke ,Ben McCle;;an and Mark Mirrie
The Daily Telegraph
January 2,2014

THE shooting of a 31-year-old man on a luxury boat at Rose Bay wharf last night is linked to the Brothers For Life crime gang.

After he was shot, the man went to Lamrock Ave, Bondi, about 3km away claiming he had been shot at that location but police believe he wanted to throw them off the alleged crime scene.

The man received a bullet graze to the back. The shooting is believed to be part of a power struggle inside the Middle Eastern crime gang.

Brothers For Life are a Middle Eastern Crime gang based in southwest Sydney and founded by one of Australia's most dangerous criminals, convicted murderer, drug dealer and extortionist Bassam Hamzy. Hamzy is currently serving life in Goulbourn's maximum security prison.

More than 20 shots sprayed the luxury cruiser The Oscar II Sydney in Sydney's east.

The Oscar II Sydney can be hired for about $95,000 a week or $2500 an hour. It had two windows shattered when it was fired upon about 11.35pm.

The man was treated at Lamrock Ave, Bondi, for suspected wounds to his shoulder afterreporting he had been shot at 12.35am.

He was taken to St Vincent's Hospital with non-life threatening injuries and was released shortly afterwards.

Investigators spoke to a woman on Lamrock Ave, who assisted them with their inquiries while the man was in the hands of paramedics.

Rose Bay Detective Inspector Damian Henry said police set up a crime scene and discovered "more than 10" bullet casings on the wharf.

"The luxury cruiser has been seized by the marine area command and is being held in Balmain," he said.

Forensic officers started examining the 21 bullet holes riddling the middle of the luxury cruiser in a vertical line, piercing a porthole window, this morning at Marine Police headquarters in Birchgrove.

Witness Vanessa Lahoud was fishing at the wharf when she heard what she thought were fireworks.

She said: "It was pretty terrifying.

"You're just going fishing one night and then this happens. We thought it was fireworks but it turned out it wasn't. I didn't get scared until I saw the police."

The Oscar II is a 31.52 metre luxury cruiser owned by Oscars Hotel Group, which runs nine pubs across Sydney from the CBD to Campbelltown and Wollongong.

The cruiser is rented out on behalf of the group by several charter companies but is also used privately, especially over the festive season, one charter business said.

"It's one of the most exclusive boats," they said.

The Oscar II, which can cater for 70 guests, has two 760 horsepower engines, can travel at up to 18 knots and holds 15,000 litres of fuel and 8000 litres of water.

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