Sunday, August 13, 2017
Dear Editor If he is a bikie and racist, we must not vote for them as they will cause a lot of trouble to us all. Yours sincerely, Eddie Hwang President Unity Party WA firstname.lastname@example.orgHe is a bibkie -----Original Message----- From: Eddie Hwang [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Sunday, August 13, 2017 12:06 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Dear Editor,If he is a bikie and racist, we must not vote fo0r him or pauline. Eddie Hwang: President/Unitypartywa.org. Meet One Nation’s former bikie, martial arts expert candidate Scott Bannan Greg Stolz, Courier Mail Friday, 11 August 2017 10:13AM Meet One Nation’s former bikie, martial arts expert candidate Scott Bannan 0:42 | The West Australian
Friday, February 21, 2014
Chief Justice Takes On Abbott Over Cuts Dear Chief Justice French, We are concerned that the Abbott government or the Federal Executive is trying to influence the Federal Judiciary over the issue of costs cutting to maintain the latter's dividends of efficiency. It must be remembered that there is a price to be paid for the just dividends of justice expected of the Judiciary and you are doing the right job to oppose it. We therefore urge that you do stand steadfast and do not allow yourself to be thus influenced. Remember that the apex High Court's decision is always independent and final and any costs cutting would be compromising its efficiency. It would indeed be a shame for all Australians if its Judiciary is again found to be un-reliant and unreliable such that it cannot be entrusted to do its job faithfully and in accordance to the law. Let no person interferes with justice. Yours respectfully, Eddie Hwang President Unity Party WA email@example.com http://unitypartywa.wordpress.com (published) http://unitywaorg.blogspot.com.au (published) http://twitter.com/unitypartywa (published) Ph/Fax: 61893681884 Protect environemt-save trees-use Email. UPWA is the only political party that calls a spade a spade. Chief Justice Takes On Abbott Over Cuts Posted, 2014-02-20 - The Australian THE Chief Justice of the High Court, Robert French, has taken the extraordinary step of writing to the Abbott government to reiterate the court’s constitutional independence after being advised the Coalition’s cost-cutting drive will extend to the nation’s highest legal forum. In a letter to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, and copied to Attorney-General George Brandis, Justice French has raised concerns over the court’s ability to keep servicing the nation if the government pushes ahead with plans to apply higher efficiency dividends to the High Court. Premium Content To access premium...more »
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Dear Prime Minister, If payment is made it must be donated to charity rather than to the criminal or go back to jail. Yours respectfully, Eddie Hwang President Unity Party WA firstname.lastname@example.org http://unitypartywa.wordpress.com (published) http://unitywaorg.blogspot.com.au (Published) http://twitter.com/unitypartywa (Published) Ph/Fax: 61893681884 Protect environemt-save trees-use Email. UPWA is the only political party that calls a spade a spade. Schapelle Corby's brother-in-law meets parole officers to strike deal over Seven interview Date February 20, 2014 Schapelle Corby's brother-in-law has met with Indonesian authorities in a bid to strike a deal and allow for a paid interview between the convicted drug smuggler and Channel Seven to go ahead. Sunday Night journalist Mike Willesee on Wednesday said that Wayan Widiartha was due to meet with Ms Corby's parole officers on Wednesday morning in a bid to end the impasse. Willesee said Seven was prepared to let the officers sit in on the interview if that is what it would take to make it happen. ''I don't know what to expect,'' Willesee said. ''We're dealing with the bureaucracy now, you can't rely on quick answers.'' Once they have that approval, Willesee said Ms Corby herself was ''good to go''. A spokesman for the Indonesian Corrections Department, Ayub Suratman, said the interview was still ''forbidden'' but if it was to take place parole officers ''will have to be there''. ''There are concerns that she will say something subjective that will discredit corrections, or Indonesia. But if it's just a regular interview, it should be OK.'' Australian Federal Police officers on Tuesday raided the corporate headquarters of Seven and its magazine publishing arm, looking for documents relating to possible payments Ms Corby or her family may have received for her story. Willesee on Wednesday described the raids as ''aggressive behaviour'' by the police. He said it could also stiffen the resolve of Seven bosses to ensure the interview does take place. ''The AFP raid was an interruption yesterday and it was a bit sad to see that happen … with decent people sitting at their desk and feeling bad about it.'' Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/national/schapelle-corbys-brotherinlaw-meets-parole-officers-to-strike-deal-over-seven-interview-20140219-330zx.html#ixzz2tolhb700
Friday, January 31, 2014
Mr. Scott Morrison, Minister for IMMI Dear Minister, Would you be kind enough to explain this student’s situation and who is responsible in looking after his safety while in Australia? Is the report is correct, why you are so heartless to deport him? We look forward to hearing from you soon. Yours respectfully, Eddie Hwang President Unity Party WA email@example.com http:unitywaorg.blogspot.com.au http://twitter.com/unitypartywa Ph/Fax: 61893681884 Protect the environment-safe the trees-use- Email. UPWA is the only political party that calls a spade a spade. Minh Duong was viciously bashed to near death by three neo-nazis. Studying in Melbourne, Minh was punched, stabbed and had a brick broken over his head so hard it broke in two -- now while recovering and visiting his mum in Vietnam, his student visa has been suddenly cancelled. Last week, Minh was travelling back to Melbourne for the start of uni when Immigration officials said his visa had been cancelled. Without letting him know, it seems they changed the expiry date of his student visa to a year earlier (it is technically still valid according to the documents) -- meaning Minh was ordered to return to Vietnam immediately or be arrested. I'm shocked and ashamed that our government could do this to him. After seeing the horrific news of Minh's bashing on the news last year, I knew I had to help in any way I could. So I offered free piano lessons. Since then, I've been helping Minh recover from the trauma of being bashed through music. We hope to even have a concert back in Melbourne once his visa has been re-instated. Minh is just one year away from finishing his Bachelor of Accounting. He has lived here with his brother for the last six years, loves uni and only missed classes just after the beating left him in hospital. All he wants to do is graduate this year, and start putting this shocking bashing behind him. Every day, Minh still lives in pain. His cheekbone was smashed and he's still missing teeth -- he's got dental work scheduled, but that needs him to be allowed back into the country. Please sign my petition asking Scott Morrison to not allow this cruel visa cancellation to go through -- and allow Minh to return to finish his studies in Australia.
Monday, January 27, 2014
Dear Government General Cosgrove, You are wise to keep out of politics which is the direst game to play but if use wisely, the most effective tool to make changes to society. Eddie Hwang President Unity Party WA firstname.lastname@example.org http://unitywaorg.blogspot.com.au (Published) http://twitter.com/unitypartywa (Published) Ph/Fax: 61893681884 Protect environemt-save trees-use Email. UPWA is the only political party that calls a spade a spade. Next governor-general Peter Cosgrove will keep out of politics • BEN PACKHAM - THE AUSTRALIAN - JANUARY 28, 2014 2:41PM GOVERNOR-General designate Peter Cosgrove says he will stay out of political debate when he takes up the post in March, vowing to "shine a light but not to generate heat''. The former chief of defence was officially named in the post by Tony Abbott today, a month after the appointment was flagged by The Australian. "I can't think of a finer Australian or a more suitable one to serve as governor-general and, in this great office, make a contribution to the leadership of our country,'' the Prime Minister said. General Cosgrove, who received the Military Cross for bravery in Vietnam and led peacekeeping forces in East Timor, will commence his five-year term in March when Kevin Rudd-appointee Quentin Bryce stands down. Standing alongside his wife Lynne in Canberra, General Cosgrove, 66, said he was "truly humbled'' by the appointment. In contrast to Ms Bryce, who has spoken out in favour of gay marriage and an Australian republic, Mr Cosgrove said he would avoid entering the political debate. "You are no longer a private citizen in the office of governor-general,'' he said. "I think your responsibility is to shine light but not generate heat. "I think you've got to listen a lot, and take in everything you see. "But you're not a participant in the political process.'' Mr Cosgrove said he would base himself in Canberra, at the vice-regal residence Yarralumla, and the vast majority of his official travel would be within Australia. His term coincides with the centenary of World War I and the anniversary of the 1915 Gallipoli landing. General Cosgrove said the anniversary loomed large, and as a former military man, his appointment was a tribute to the nation's defence personnel. But he said he wanted to represent all Australians as he fulfilled his role. "I want to be very clear that I will do my very best to be a governor-general for every part of our Australian community, for all manner of community enterprises and ventures and events,'' he said. The Prime Minister said General Cosgrove was a "remarkable Australian'' who would discharge his duties as Australia's 26th governor-general ``with vigour and integrity''. "Throughout his life he has demonstrated a commitment to our country and a commitment to service,'' Mr Abbott said. Tony Abbott's announcement He said the task of governor-general was "to provide leadership beyond politics''. Acting Opposition Leader Tanya Plibersek welcomed the appointment. "General Cosgrove reflects the best of Australia and its people,'' she said. "He has dedicated his entire adult life to serving his country, inspiring others with his determination, strength and leadership. "We wish General Cosgrove the very best as he undertakes this new role on behalf of the Australian people.'' Mr Abbott asked former prime minister Julia Gillard not to appoint a new governor-general before the September election. General Cosgrove had been high on the list of most likely candidates along with his successor as defence chief, Air Marshal Angus Houston, after the-then opposition leader said a former judge or military officer would be best in the office. General Cosgrove was Australian of the Year in 2001, and led the recovery effort in far north Queensland following Cyclone Larry. He has also served on the board of the Australian War Memorial and is a member of the NSW Anzac Centenary committee. Mr Abbott twice backed Ms Bryce after she was caught in a bind. The Prime Minister declined to accept her offer to resign over a conflict of interest after Bill Shorten, her son-in-law, was elected to the Labor leadership. He said that she was in an extended term not of her choosing and that she had helped during a period of political uncertainty. Mr Abbott also refused to criticise Ms Bryce when she courted controversy in the last of her four Boyer lectures on the ABC, straying from the long-held tradition that vice-regal representatives avoid political topics. Ms Bryce publicly embraced the vision of an Australian republic, saying she envisaged Australian children growing up to be the nation's first head of state and appeared to throw her support behind same-sex marriage - both positions opposed by Mr Abbott. Mr Abbott said she had performed her job with grace. ________________________________________ This email is free from viruses and malware because avast! Antivirus protection is active.
SAY NO TO RACISM Dear Prime Minister Abbott, We consider Australia Day is not a day where people should trumpet racism by wearing an Australian flag as a cape. Australia Day is a day which needs to be reclaimed for the majority of Australians who are not racist bogans and for the Indigenous people who were living peacefully in Australia well before 26 January, 1788. We want an Australia Day for all Australians. Your comments are most welcome. Happy Australia Day! Yours respectfully, Eddie Hwang President Unity Party WA email@example.com http://australiadaynotracistday.wordpress.com Follow “Australia Day, not Racist Day!” Get every new post delivered to your Inbox. Powered by WordPress.com