I know right. Even the professional witnesses got confused when the shooter at port arthur started the massacre in the wrong place.
"t is evident that the massacre was planned to happen on the ferry which sailed to the Isle of the Dead every day. The victims were to be eighty elderly American tourists who had come in two coaches. But the plan went awry because the sailing time of the ferry had changed from 1.30 to 2.00 pm.
All the preparations were made for a 1.30 massacre, so the killer began his work at the Broad Arrow Cafe at 1.30, instead of on the ferry at 2.00.
Here is some evidence suggesting that the plan was to kill the Americans at 1.30 on the way to the Isle of the Dead where tourists are shown the ancient convict cemetery -
(a) The gunman had tried to buy a ticket for the 1.30 sailing.
(b) When the gunman began pulling out his weapons in the Cafe, one Professional witness [Anthony Nightingale] stood up shouting "No, no, not here!!" If it was not meant to be "here", then it was meant to be somewhere else. Nightingale was shot for he had obviously given the game away."
Interesting story. Reminds me of the underpants bomber screw up. A smart dressed man got the suspect through a bypass in security. If it wasn't for a bunch of random civilians becoming alarmed at the suspicious activity the plot would have worked. The smart dressed accomplist got away though.
The idea that it was to disarm the Australian people would make sense... If there was some political unease/unrest. But there is none. at all. Fuck, even America has more political unrest/unease then us
Ned Kelly had a showdown at Glenrowan, on the 28th of June, 1880. Dressed in his homemade armour, he was captured that day. In November of that year, he was convicted of murder, and hung at the old Melbourne Gaol.
In an interview with Frank Robson in the Sydney Morning Herald on 10 April 1999, Brigadier Serong makes it plain that Martin Bryant could not have been responsible for the mass murder at Port Arthur. "There was an almost satanic accuracy to that shooting performance" he says.
Um. No. I visited port Arthur. The walls was littered with holes.
"Overall the massacre produced 35 dead and 22 injured for a final killed-to-injured ratio of 1.60 to 1, almost identical to the 1.66 to 1 ratio in the Broad Arrow Cafe. To say the shooter was consistent would be the understatement of the year."
"In layman terms, in an average shooting the 35 people who were killed at Port Arthur should have been accompanied by between 175 and 245 injured survivors; very similar ratios to the American MacDonalds and other random massacres. Instead there were only 22, the trademark of a highly trained combat shooter."
"The professional shooter in Tasmania presented us with a final display of his unquestioned prowess when tourist Linda White and her boyfriend Mick approached Seascape Cottage on the Port Arthur road in a small four-wheel drive vehicle, shortly after the massacre in the Broad Arrow Cafe. Both saw the shooter aim and Linda White felt the wind of the first round as it passed her cheek and shattered the driver’s window next to her head. The shooter corrected his aim and the second round hit Linda White in the arm, just to the right of the heart target area. The third round killed the engine and stopped the vehicle."
"This man might have been an indispensable asset stopping speeding car-bombers in Beirut, but his professional skills were far too conspicuous for Port Arthur."
Australia has no sovereignity, never has. First it was the Poms, now it’s the Yanks and the Israelis. We’ll bend over for anyone if you stroke us the right way. You’ve already sacked two of our Prime Ministers for the heinous crime of patriotism. As I have said before, if you think Gwenneth Todd is comparatively safe in Australia you are sadly deluded.
* Dan October 8, 2012 - 6:31 pm
You’re right about the Israelis. There’s an Aussie TV show about airport customs–can’t recall the name. One episode a few years back showed a Hasidic Jew getting caught bringing in bags of rust-infested leaves, which he absurdly claimed were for cooking purposes, as if grossly infected plant material was suitable for cooking. In any case, he identified himself as a professor of law in Israel who, by his account, had obtained aboriginal status and was immune to such treatment by the customs agent, who wasn’t buying it. What struck me was that it appeared to be straightforward espionage involving biological sabotage, probably of fruit tree crops, and that this guy had the nerve to threaten the customs agent. Another thing you ought to be watching is the large number of Hasidic Jews flying to and from Sydney, Brisbane and Israel as if they’re pioneers anticipating future colonization of your country by Israel. o markboughton October 8, 2012 - 6:43 pm
Sorry for the typo, – Gwyneth Todd.
Dan, it’s far too late. The Zionists took over completely during the Howard regime. That’s what Port Arthur was all about. Melbourne has long been their capital.
Australians in general are decent trusting people, far too naive for these morally bankrupt scum.
nother thing you ought to be watching is the large number of Hasidic Jews flying to and from Sydney, Brisbane and Israel as if they’re pioneers anticipating future colonization of your country by Israel.
I socialize and go to university in Brisbane. My university is basically across the road from the airport. My university is highly multicultural. Except for 3 years I spent down in Tasmania, I've always lived here.
Total number of Hasidic All types of Jews I've met in my life?