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4CA - Queensland's Home for Fake News Led by John "Cueball" Mackenzie

03 May 2012

GAVIN KING DEFIES DARK MASTER - ANGRY JOHN MACKENZIE ISSUES RIGHT WING ORDERS TO LNP, 10:32AM: "WE'VE GOT TO SEND THESE PEOPLE HOME"

GAVIN KING IN HIS NEW ROLE 
AS MACKENZIE DANCING MP
Yesterday, Cueball John MacKenzie in his weekly suck-up to Gavin "Don't Rape Me" King  pointed out to King that the city was still "filled with the most horrible of people and growing every day".  He asked King when the LNP was going to remove the Alcohol Management Plans, so that these ill people would stay in their own communities drunk and not bother coming to Cairns.  With his answers well and truly scripted by the Campbell Newman team, King rolled out lines and lines of bullshit and prevarication.  Essentially confirming that there were no plans to deal with issues in Cairns anytime soon.


MacKenzie was gobsmacked.  And apparently he's been seething for 24 hours with this rude smackdown by the new LNP Member of Parliament that ol' Cueball bought and paid for!  How dare he defy the great and powerful Wizard of Cairns!


This morning, the buzz word was "emergency".  The indigenous street people in Cairns have become an "emergency", MacKenzie squealed.  Quoting criminal acts committed by others in a cynical attempt to link street crime with these people, MacKenzie shrieked "emergency" and demanded immediate actions.  Claiming "tourists are abandoning Cairns due to these street people", he bellowed "emergency" and DEMANDED action, along with attacking his political pet bunny, Gavin King.  And what action is he demanding?  


TRAINING FOR REPATRIATION OF ABORIGINAL
ALCOHOLICS BACK TO THE FATHERLAND
The "Kevin Byrne Solution", which has now been sickeningly renamed "repatriation".  As "repatriation" is what is done to send the residents of one country back to their home country, against their will, Cueball and his 300 hillbillies now all apparently agree that "the communities" are a de-facto separate country.  


So with the Cairns bogans demanding the "Kevin Byrne Solution" be implemented, poor old Michael Trout was suckered into going on the air to get pilloried by MacKenzie for the LNP's failure "to take this emergency seriously" and "get these people out of town".  Trout obediently barked out a Hitlergruß and hung up.


Even the most rightwing of the business community realise that Youtube videos of buses being loaded with sick, alcoholic aboriginal people and driven "to the border" (I guess just pass Cooktown?) wouldn't be a good look for Cairns tourism.  Unlike the first time it was implemented by Kevin Byrne, it won't fly under the radar so easily this time with every tourist in town carrying an iPhone camera.


Bob "Screwdriver" Manning has not yet commented on his marching orders from John MacKenzie.  When he gets his head out of KB's arse, maybe he'll have been told what to say.


Gavin King apparently doesn't realise he was bought and paid for, and he'd better start taking his instructions seriously.  The puppet master has spoken.  Dance, you fucking monkey, Dance!


50 comments:

Tony Hillier said...

More amusing than The Muppets, as corny as Thunderbirds, goofier than The Flintstones ... the Cueball & King show is an ab fab classic!

But watch out, playmates, the R-rated Abbottyville Horror movie is about to open at a cinema near you ... and ME!!!!! Be afraid, be very, very a-f-r-a-i-d !!!!

Anonymous said...

this has to be your best Hillbilly, you had me in stiches laughing,but its all true.

Dean said...

Who could possibly lawfully carry out such an order and who could lawfully give such an order. Can somebody enlighten me as to who ordered the internments last time and who loaded the people onto buses?

The only negative publicity that could possibly come is if it were shown that Cairns people thought themselves so high and mighty that they would bus people out simply to make the place look 'nicer'.

Anonymous said...

Hillbilly, are you saying there is not a problem in this town? Yes it's true that these people are for the most part not the ones committing the crime but the fighting, swearing and filth are an major problem and are confronting to other people.Something has to be done about it, starting with acknowledging the problem exists. That these people are suffering and ill is obvious, but does that mean the rest of us have to suffer too?

Anonymous said...

Hillbilly, are you saying there is not a problem in this town? Yes it's true that these people are for the most part not the ones committing the crime but the fighting, swearing and filth are an major problem and are confronting to other people.Something has to be done about it, starting with acknowledging the problem exists. That these people are suffering and ill is obvious, but does that mean the rest of us have to suffer too?

Anonymous said...

Well what do you propose, hillbilly watch? You must have a solution for this problem.

JOHN MACKENZIE'S HILLBILLY WATCH said...

Who said there isn't a problem? Of course there's a problem, one the ALP exacerbated when they shut of alcohol in some towns.

If alcoholism is a disease, why is there virtually no treatment for the aboriginal community?

f they really want to go home, why are they unable to leave?

If they're committing crimes, why aren't they arrested and jailed? Why are there no police patrols in the CBD? Why is all law enforcement in Queensland done via the "blitz"? And how are more police going to be recruited when 20 year old's can get jobs mining at $100k per year?

This isn't about what SHOULD be done, this is what the bogans WANT to be done. If they're going to take cheap and nasty solutions to difficult problems that put Cairns into disrepute, they're right about one thing - tourism in Cairns is over.

Anonymous said...

I must agree with the previous poster. I am no expert on the issue and I don't know what the solution is, but there's a real isue here and in the burbs as well. You can see kids chroming along Mulgrave Rd every day. I don't belong to the "send-them-home" brigade, but just turning a blind eye and doing nothing will help no one. I don't think we should tolerate people brawling, harrassing passers-by and having a crap in public and I see this every day. The nearly daily attacks by young Aboriginal and Islander kids on Asian tourists are real as well. Unfortunate as it is, the facts are there. It will be amusing to see the Hillbilly's stick it to those in the driver seat now after all their criticism and promises as they now will have to come up with a workable solution. Bussing them out of town won't be it.

athena said...

Hillbilly, the fact is some of these people have been kicked out of their own communities because of alcoholism/fighting/aggression of whatever. They don't want to go back. The alcoholics don't want to go back to a dry community either. The aboriginal health services do run alcohol treatment programs, but with little success despite the best efforts of the staff. The whole issue is problematic; there are no easy solutions. Incidentally, we have had homeless alcoholics in Cairns since as far back as I can remember.

Anonymous said...

Good answer to my question Hillbilly, only thing is that this is what has been said on air also, that the alchohol managment plans are a big part of the problem, that there are insufficient health programs for people in the communities, that police resourses are insufficient (and unlikely to be able to be increased rapidly) and that crimes and anti social behaviour are unpunished for a variety of factors, including lack of prison space,lack of will and most likely cost cutting factors. But the core issue is that of the laws made for the communities (is it racial ie no alcohol allowed for aboriginals or geographic ie no alcohol in certain areas) and this, much as you have outlined, is what I've heard said on air. Yes there are those that have called for the itinerants to be put in enclosures, proccessed and bussed out of town but the core arguement Mackenzie has argued to be addressed is the apartheid style law known as the Alcohol Management Scheme. That is what Gavin King and the government have been urged to address urgently and I concur with this.

AnonaMiss said...

I saw Kevin 'Burn Baby' Byrne this morning. He held me up on the Access Road as he was texting and driving. Perhaps we do need more cops in town. No doubt he was off to some high powered meeting.

Bazza said...

I think there is another media to watch for.
Has anyone read the "Beaches & Valley " this week, what a load of bias conservative crap, front page Cochrane who is the main instigator of why we do not have a entertainment precinct in construction now.
Beside this "Bob's the man" first sentence, citizen of the year, run our biggest businesses, what is this shit?
Can anybody tell us who the editor of this rag is?
Letters to the editor address sunletters@tsu.newsltd.com.au.
Does the tsu mean someone in townsville?
We all have to get rid of the propaganda crap in this community.

Anonymous said...

"If they really want to go home, why are they unable to leave?"

Because there' no alcohol where they left from.

All McKenzie is saying is repeal the unconstitutional ALP imposed alcohol ban.

Then they might go home.

What's wrong with that?

John Stoltenberg said...

Shafting people away so middle class bogans don't have to be ‘confronted’ with the social history that is our past won't fix anything.

Community Reformation Action Group (CRAG) said...

SO lets take skin colour out of the situation ... WE are all ONE ... for the short term set up a place where AA (Alcoholic Anonymous) trained social workers can start a rehabilitation process ... if someone is drunk in public they should be taken there rather then to jail.
Alcoholism is another name for hopelessness-depression-low self esteem ... a mental issue which should be treated accordingly ... the Origine people themselves have to come to a consensus as to how to deal with the issue in their community ... its called self empowerment SEE

Dina said...

Anonymous, the alcohol bans were demanded by the aboriginal communities themselves.

Anonymous said...

Just a little memory jolt for some people. Remember all the riots at Aurukun and Lockhart? That is what used to happen prior to the Alcohol Management Plans.

Anonymous said...

Hey fellow Bogans... Here is a beauty from today's Cairns Post newspaper shit website..."COMPANIES working on the Cairns Entertainment Precinct have suddenly had their contracts suspended without payment, as work halts on the troubled project until Bob Manning's new council decides the way forward." Correct me, but shouldn't it read "COMPANIES working on the Cairns Entertainment Precinct have suddenly had their contracts suspended without payment, as work halts on the troubled project until SCREWDRIVER Manning's new council decides the way BACKWARD." I love retro, but this is going a little too far don't you think? Be interested in reading Mr. Hillier's comments on this tripe. Could some one please call BUNG EYE MacKenzie and ask his sacred opinion? Why not I? I can't stand the poofter! Contributed by: FAT BALLS - Cairns North.

Anonymous said...

How ironical that there are calls for treatment services for indigenous people with alcohol problems, when King, Entsch and McKenzie ganged up on the committee of the very successful Lyons House Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation services, in an undisguised political assassination attempt of Diane Forsyth a member of the committee. When the committee tried to save the service after discovering financial mismanagment Diane Forsyth was vilified and not given the opportunity to respond. Lyons House had been in existence for over 35 years (previously known as Addiction Help Agency)and treated over 300 new people a year in 2004 they were funded to provide servies under the Qld Indigenous Alcohol Diversion Program treating up to 30 people at a time for alcohol addiction a viable alternative to jail or the streets. A total of 30 staff lost their jobs including 15 indigenous staff. Shame on those people who were so hell bent on political game scoring that we lost one of the most successful and productive programs for the treatment of people with drug and alcohol problems in Cairns.

T. Asquith said...

If you'd like some background as to why this problem even exists, here's some essential reading folks: 'North Queensland in Black and White', written by Patsy Coverdale. It's in the library (or about $20 from the bookshops). The knowledge you gain by doing so won't solve the problem. Maybe nothing can solve the problem ... except time, and lots of it. But at the very least you will have some empathy towards these lost peoples.

Anonymous said...

It was the topic of the day again today, and much was also made of the possible expansion of HMAS Cairns (although listening to the ABC on the same subject I don't think we should our breath for anything significant, but of course can-do Bob took the credit anyway). Wonder how Brian Law feels about that, after publicly endorsing Bob and the new council in the CP the other day ?

Significantly, McKenzie completely ignored the stop-work at the CEP and White Shed, putting 130 people out of work. Not a whisper and not a single call on the subject. Thanks Bob, that's a great way to kick start the local economy.I think this is only the start of thing to come.

McKenzie did allow a vicious, racist rant by the demented former minister for corruption. A tirade that went on and on and was truly disgusting in its content. Can somebody please tell the old bastard to shut up. I think we should stick him in an old people's home in a remote Aboriginal community. It gives me the shivers to think that his ilk once ran this state. What an utter, utter bastard !

Anonymous said...

Fat Balls, as a gay man I'm insulted by your comment. I do not know if John Mackenzie is gay or not, but for you describe him as a "poofter" in a clearly derogative sense, as if his gayness would be resposible for and an explanation for why he is to be despised, is offensive.

Anonymous said...

You mean riots like this from late last year Anonymous 07:22?
http://www.cairns.com.au/article/2011/07/21/174861_local-news.html

Second Anonymous said...

Those who are quick to blame the alcohol management plans for an itinerant population in Cairns should remember that the Byrnes Bus was moving people back to communities well before the plans were put in place. And let's thank the late Tom Pyne for stopping the practice.

The alcohol management plans are not perfect, they probably contravene human rights - but they were embraced by communities.

Women and children in remote communities are just a little bit safer - and the men remain.

The truth is that the alcohol management plans have not forced a mass exodus - it always existed and is part of the culture.

Anonymous said...

OK all you bleeding hearts feeling sorry for the drunks that have invaded Cairns.
Let's ban alcohol in Cairns and then they may leave for Townville.
What a great idea.
Then the tourists will return and we will all be happy.

Anonymous said...

Are we ratepayers supposed to carry the burden of an $8 million yearly operating bill just to keep some overpaid consultants and contractors on the gravy train?

Don't forget the previous Council approved these contracts just weeks before the people had a chance to express there disapproval in the recent election.

That's where the blame should be directed.

Curly Joe said...

I think the only way for us to solve the "law and order" issue in Cairns is to implement an Alcohol Management Plan here in Cairns itself. Now come on Gavin, do your thing.

JOHN MACKENZIE'S HILLBILLY WATCH said...

Anonymous 7:05:

You're joking, right? The Shier council voted to approve the EP Plan. Democratically. As did they vote to approve the letting of these contracts.

I have always failed to understand why a majority vote by this council wasn't good enough. That's democracy, sport.

I note Bob "Screwdriver" Manning has announced this previously approved project won't go thru. He made this announcement prior to any vote by the new council. This is "hillbilly" democracy? We've exchanged a majority vote of elected councillors with the unilateral edicts of one man? (Kevin Byrne, obviously)?

Since apparently a majority vote of council isn't enough for you, what do you propose as the change? 2/3? Unanimous?

Because so far what you've got is a dictatorship.

Anonymous said...

The problem stems from where thier getting the grog from surely, the pub could ask to see ID and if it says his from where the ban is then it shouldn't be sold to them simple.

Liz said...

The whole issue is problematic. There isn't any quick fix or easy answer. As I understand it, it has been a long running problem sweeping back several decades. When I first visited Cairns in 1992I witnessed a huge brawl between various aboriginal peoples out the front of the then Hides Hotel. A couple of people were injured and blood was freely flowing. I recall seeing an aboriginal police officer trying to deal with the situation.

Anon No. 4 said...

I don't know which is worse - pissed blackfellas brawling and spewing all over the CBD or pissed whitefellas doing exactly the same thing.

It's good for the pubs and clubs business - fill them full of your product till they can't take any more then get us to clean up the mess.

That's what it's all about.

Kay said...

Well said Liz. Gobsnot King will learn that there isn't a magic solution and that it is problematic. It is all too easy when you are in Opposition to condemn the sitting Member on their inability to solve an issue, but when you are in the same seat, hopefully you learn that there just aren't any quck fixes to this problem.

Anonymous said...

Hey Anon 4/5/12 15:39 -
Just because I do not like Macca's (CUE BALL’S) BUNG EYED views does not mean I despise him, and wish to vilify him et seq. You have completely missed the point. I honestly withdraw the word ‘poofter’. As to my reference as a 'poofter', it is colloquial slang, as is the term 'gay'. The correct term is 'homosexual'. And I know Macca is not homosexual. I should have used the term DEAD SHIT or DICK HEAD or something like that. Sorry if I offended you, and the homosexual community. Contributed by FAT BALLS - Cairns North.

Anonymous said...

Well don't worry everyone. Once the boys around town get their 20,000 seat rectangular stadium up and running out at Portsmith, there will be thousands of fired up young fellas, black and white to trawl through the city streets, getting pissed and fighting after a game. We aint seen nothin yet.

Curly Joe said...

Spot on, Kay. King ranted and rave at Desley when she was the Member. Now it is his turn to be in the hot seat and what the fuck is HE doing about it?

Miss Chief said...

Hello? As Liz pointed out, this has been going on for decades. You only have to go into town any Saturday night to see the fights and drunks rolling out of the clubs. Big boofhead bouncers bouncing little whipper snappers out every ten minutes. You see women slapping each other down and acting most unladylike. Bloody White trash!! Oh that's right. We were talking about black fellas weren't we? Oops my bad. Communities under AMPs LOVE them. The difference they have made to their lives is all that matters so all this talk from our safe, pretty white pedestals is futile.

Anonymous said...

Fat Balls, appology accepted. I did not miss your point, I was just pointing out how hurtfull it can be to use a term that primary refers to a homosexual man as pejorative expression about someone. I mean, if you call someone a "motherf***er", you don't mean that that person really does that, it's just that you think they are as despicable as that. So when you do the same with "poofter" or "gay" it implies that you consider homosexuality as being despicable and that person so described equally so, if not literally so. I know it is common parlance and people often don't think about it but when it boils down this is really what is being said and it would just be nice if people would think about the implication before they throw these terms about as a negative tag - thanks.

Anonymous said...

http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/campbell-newman-government-considers-new-arts-venue-for-brisbane/story-e6freoof-1226347636932
Hypocrisy perhaps?

Dina said...

Read it. The Newman Government considers new art venue for Brisbane...that's where our money for the EP has gone, folks! We've been diddled, hoodwinked AGAIN.

Anonymous said...

Anon 6/5/12 09:33 - I read and completely understood your reasoning. Thank you for your acceptance of my apology. I very rarely use terms such as ‘poofter’ - I detest it. That is the first time to my recollection I have ever used it in writing in my over 50 years! It was stupid, hurtful and unwarranted - as I was often labelled a ‘poofter’ at school and in my early adult years, for my love of the arts, and peaceful demeanour. I did marry and divorce twice, and still do and always will love women. However I can understand you, believe me.
At least it is comforting for me to admit that I did err, and as you rightly pointed out, I erred in a very hurtful way to you and others. However I erred, and the greatest thing of all in my mind and conscience, is that forgiveness is afforded to me, which helps me understand it is sure a much better world with forgiving people like you in it. Thanks again, and I have once more, learnt to think a little more before I speak, or write. Being in the "meedja/educayshun" world, I have truly learnt there is more to syntax, etymology, inflection, shaving my FAT BALLS, and prudence - I still have much to learn throughout, my hopefully long life. You have taught me a lesson, and I feel better for it. Thank you. Contributed by: FAT BALLS - Cairns North.

Anonymous said...

Let's just put a circus tent in Martin Munroe park and be done with it.

Beer tent and pie van (Mannings pies of course !)in the front ; that's all that the "majority" Cairns rednecks need and want.

Pies will be sold in brown paper bags, which might come in handy when dealing with the new government...

And there will only be nice and proper family entertainment, no "filth".

A nonny moose said...

"Nice and proper family entertainment" you reckon, hey Anonymous?? What the fuck do you reckon "Mary Poppins" is hey? It sold to sell out audiences in Brisbane recently. But we can't get it up here for our kids and our Mums cause all the rednecks and fuckwits like Mannings Unity Team reckon no-one would be interested. "White elephant" remember?

Anonymous said...

Sarcasm is obviously wasted on you " a nonny moose"...I was refering to a former mayor's banning of a certain performace in thr Civic Centre, because it was supposedly "filth".

Diana said...

"Mary Poppins" is just one of many shows now and in the future that we will miss out on "A nonny moose" above. It still just astonishes me that the bogans in Cairns all squealed "white elephant" about the Entertainment Precinct. I just cannot for the life of me reconcile that silly, brainless slogan with the thousands of children, their Mums, Dads and Grandparents in Far North Queensland, who would have enjoyed seeing the enchanting play of "Mary Poppins".

Anonymous said...

Get over it you losers, you didn't have the support of the rate payers and we all saw how many turned out for your protest, so take a fucking hike on ya bike, and if you want to watch Mary Poppins fly to Brissy.

Anonymous said...

Anon above, yes we are losers to live in a town that has so many stupid people. Must be stupid capital of Australia. Now we have a dictator as a mayor for the next few years and democracy not an option now until the next election. How truly idiotic. Cairns has voted to be losers.

Anonymous said...

Why are the bogans so angry and abusive? Next thing they will be goose-stepping through the Cairns CBD. Not all voters are rate payers,anonymous bogan, so your statement doesn't make any sense. People did demonstrate in favour of the CBD , but no one demonstrated against it, so why don't jump in your ute and tailgate your way back to wherever it is you come from.

Anonymous said...

Seen the ad to fly to Brisbane, with hotel and tickets to see "Jersey Boys" - Cost $670? Wouldn't it have been great to have that $670 spent in Cairns at the C.E.P. Visitors from Darwin, PNG, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and elsewhere would have bought a package and had a good Barrier Reef tropical holiday to boot. Oh well - an opportunity lost - maybe!

Anonymous said...

We all have seen Mary Poppins she was running our council for the last 4 years..Ahh you all forgot about that. Ill take a manning dictatorship over any of you lot....I always thought "repatriation" meant moving the problem to another country...

Curly Joe said...

I'll have Mary Poppins over old septegenerian Grandad who doesn't seem to know if he is a Mayor or the CEO of the Ports Authority. First sign of dementia? Mary, by comparison, wasn't a bad looking sort.