Corruptsultation From The Corruptsultants

You know, I used to work for the Northern Territory Government, I was no fucking good then but now I am a consultant! I am back to help (myself).


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Remember the shit drivel I used to spout out when I worked here before? Well now the taxpayer has to pay four times as much for the same shit now I am a consultant!

Michael Gunner’s Labor Government is letting me suck on the public tit, they are encouraging me to suck it dry.

My latest project is for Northern Territory Police Department. The Shooting Together Action Plan in Remote Communities. So far I have looked at culturally appropriate Glock pistols, This design will adorn pistols used in communities. Projectiles will also have a locally inspired motif. It would be great if the police could shoot people in a more culturally appropriate way.

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Culturally Appropriate Police Shooting


Was Rolfe To Be Sacrificed?

Was there a campaign to paint Zachary Rolfe as a “rogue cop”, a “trigger happy” officer who liked to cut corners within the Northern Territory Government? Or was it something else that lead to Rolfe being charged with murder? We believe that Rolfe was an “offering” and that is why he was charged with murder.

Territory Cops Target Practice

Decisions made by Michael Gunner and Jamie Chalker appear to indicate that Zachary Rolfe was charged with murder to appease the population of Yuendumu and the wider Aboriginal population of the Northern Territory.

As we have previously said Michael Gunner does not rush to every murder scene in the Northern Territory, so why did he rush to Yuendumu?

Why did Michael Gunner involve Ken Fleming, the previous head of ICAC? Fleming’s antics in Alice Springs when he got hold of a microphone were reprehensible.

Jamie Chalker seems to have some form of amnesia when it comes to what transpired prior to Zachary Rolfe being charged with murder.

Will Michael Riches the current ICAC head be able to establish anything? We hope so but will be surprised if he does!

We see this whole Rolfe matter as being indicative of the Northern Territory. Rolfe said it correctly with words to the effect that the NT is a cowboy outfit. Sadly it is totally true the NT is a cowboy outfit, the whole NT Government is one.

The Northern Territory is a cowboy outfit because:

  • Crime is allowed to get out of hand.
  • Crime is tolerated in remote communities.
  • Many public servants cannot do their job or simply do not follow policy and procedure.
  • There are high levels of nepotism within the government.
  • The is a high turnover of government employees.
  • Bullying is rife within the public service.
  • Being truthful is discouraged.
  • The government often employees mediocre individuals with barely a pulse.
  • The government is reactive.
  • The periphery gets few resources.
  • Failed policies continue despite evidence showing failure.
  • The promotion of dysfunctional communities.
  • Failure to deliver on basic services.

Everyone should be asking why did a young man end up in the criminal justice system in the first place? Partly due to anomie, from a lack of purpose or ideals. For many life in Aboriginal communities in the NT is pure misery. Crime probably is the only option for many, an escape from their humdrum existence. Did Kumanjayi Walker have to die?

We need to be asking Michael Gunner and the Labor Government he leads what they have been doing to solve these issues?

Did Territory Cops Use Images Of Aboriginals In Target Practice?

We hope not. An anonymous source suggests that some “rogue elements” in the force have used various types of targets including images of Aboriginals in the past.

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Thanks to “Ralph” we were sent this image. We are suspect about it though. It may well be a police target or something akin to a Murray Smalpage joke! We do not endorse this image in anyway but the public has a right to know. Perhaps it was created by a “murder” of police officers?

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Perception Is Everything – Chalker And Gunner Look Dodgy

It does not matter what Police Commissioner Jamie Chalker and Chief Minister Michael Gunner say about the Rolfe matter. Chalker and Gunner have already done the damage.

Chalker appears to be engaged in a vendetta against Rolfe.

Gunner made certain comments when he traveled to Yuendumu and engaged Ken Fleming who made a fool of himself in Alice Springs.

Both Chalker and Gunner will bully anyone they can who happens to hold a different opinion to them.

Zachary Rolfe has every right not to trust the Northern Territory Government.

Both Chalker and Gunner have had their spin doctors working overtime. We doubt they can spin their way out of the Rolfe matter. Talk of potential litigation will not scare anyone off either.

The elephant in the room in this saga is that an Aboriginal got shot. Not shot because he was Aboriginal though! If only he had behaved himself in the first place.

NTG Vendetta On Rolfe Not Novel

The Northern Territory Government and various bodies closely associated with the government (so-called independent boards, bodies, societies etc.) have a long history of retaliation against those who have digressed from the NTG narrative.

According to this narrative Rolfe should have been found guilty and now should be inside a prison. When things do not go to plan for the NTG it becomes vendetta time. Anything and everything will be used against the subject of the vendetta. No amount of money will be spared in pursuit of an individual.

Police, nurses, medical doctors, teachers, lawyers and various other public servants who have refused to be involved in cover-ups, have questioned mismanagement or have gained a victory like Rolfe have all become subject to the NTG vendetta.

There are those in the higher echelons of NTG agencies who become fixated with scoring a victory over an individual at any cost. The Trust has been provided with reliable information from several sources to verify that NTG officers will tell lies and commit fraud to carry out a vendetta. It is win at all costs for the NTG.

So it seems Zachary Rolfe is not the only NTG employee with a target on his or her back.

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Remember that the Northern Territory Government has vast amounts of taxpayer dollars to pursue an individual. So solicitors, barristers and investigators can easily be engaged by government, cost no object.