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A fortnight ago, after making some alarming discoveries in the course of my research into the suspected activities of a criminal organisation of pedophiles that operated in Queensland at least from the 1960’s to the 1990’s – and quite possibly to this day – and included a number of extremely high-ranking public and judicial officials, I came across some highly alarming information.

This information, gleaned from covert police recordings that were tendered as evidence to the Child Abuse Royal Commission, suggested that senior Queensland Police officers may have been involved in the commission of serious crimes committed in order to conceal he operations and activities of the pedophiles involved in criminal organisation.

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My findings were not that of some wild conspiracy theorist, but rather the result of solid and considered research based on public documents and evidence that had been tendered to a Royal Commission instituted under the Constitution of Australia. The police recordings that formed the basis of the charges laid against now-proven serial pedophile Kevin Lynch in particular (above and below) reveal alarming information that Lynch boasted to one of his victims that he had police protection and could arrange for justice to be perverted by ensuring through his protector that court cases were fixed.

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Any normal and reasonable person who had read the stories I wrote based on this research, and read the links to the documentary evidence contained in the stories, would share the concerns I have expressed and be demanding an investigation of the matters.

So I wrote to every member of the Queensland Parliament alerting them to the alarming information that I had uncovered, and calling on them to take urgent action to initiate an investigation into the serious issues contained in my correspondence.

Clearly the Members of Queensland Parliament are not normal and reasonable people, for in the fortnight since the majority of MP’s received the information, not a single one has replied.

Not one.

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Child rape? Sex abuse of minors? Kids being sodomised? Faux arrests and unlawful detention of citizens by police? Drug abuse? Major police corruption? Perverting the course of justice? Protecting pedophiles?

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Not our problem say your elected representatives.

So instead of raising these issues of the utmost gravity on the floor of Parliament, or urgently referring them to the Crime and Corruption Commission (CCC), as our MP’s do with the most trivial of complaints against their parliamentary opponents, instead they referred these serious issues to the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee (PCCC), which has no jurisdiction whatsoever to inquire into such matters.

I am no babe in the woods, and I fully understand the role of both the CCC and the PCCC, and at no stage did I request that the information I had discovered be referred to the latter body, for I knew that the answer would be exactly what it was.

Sorry, we can’t do a thing.

But I’m sorry, you f*cking can, because you are the people we elect to keep our children safe, and to keep out police force clean, and to make sure that out courts operate without interference, and that issues of corruption in publicly funded institutions are investigated and addressed.

Our parliamentary representatives simply must care, or must be made to, for if they don’t then our whole system of  democracy and our civil society falls down, and we find us back where we were in the days before the Fitzgerald Inquiry, which was supposed to have delivered us freedom from such things.

Our government turning its back on these credible allegations of corruption and protection of child abuse is an absolute outrage, and cannot be allowed to pass without challenge and public debate, for the truth is as Barrack Obama famously said:

If the people cannot trust their government to do the job for which it exists – to protect them and to promote their common welfare – all else is lost.

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