Wednesday, September 5, 2018

AUSTRALIA, seems you have got a REAL PROBLEM, don’t try and weasel your way out of it, admit you “ballsed up ROYALLY!”

Australia does not arrest unless they have done their homework thoroughly. If they make a mistake taking in an innocent even on suspicion its millions they will have to fork out, for their mistake as a reputation could be ruined due to the idiocy of the act, and someone has got to pay. So think of the possibilities in store now! Read on:

The Australian anti-terrorist unit is suddenly faced with the fact that they have truly, right royally f****d up in the investigation of the Kamer Nizamdeen, case, in falsely accusing an innocent kid of links to terrorism.

It all seems to have arisen out of the discovery of a notebook containing intentions of probable terrorist activity within Australia, where there is also reference to his personal diaries that are very specific in nature relating to such terrorist activities of a very sinister nature, that were planned to be carried out.

Obviously, the brain dead Australian detectives only mental arithmetic is that if the name somehow sounds Muslim and there is a document somehow that refers to terrorist activity, that it is a slam dunk case, that required immediate arrest, as a threat to the state, and they will simply lock him up and throw away the key.

You can see how foolish and idiotic that is, but in a land of many who have descended from Criminals, who were shipped there, so they can be forgotten, you cannot expect them to have anything other than a criminal mindset anyway!

To put it another way “you judge others by your own standards”. If your standards are warped, then you have a problem in objectivity, and you are clearly misguided.

To cut a long story short, they (the Australian Detectives Investigation this ALLEGED plot) are in DEEP SHIT. They have no way of saving face, as they will simply face the sack, due to their gross incompetence. SO what do criminals get up to in such a circumstance? They are now busily engaged in creating their own web of intrigue, manufacturing non-existent evidence, making up stories, getting corroboration from seemingly innocent people, by the use of threat, and in a world of fake news, want to cover their fakery, by deciding that his openly and unequivocal defense from his homeland, of ALL religious and racial persuasions are simply cast as fake news.

While a whole case of lies is being drawn up as TRUTH, President Trump for once has even better company in the form of the Australian Police Force, in re drawing a story to cover-up their gross incompetence because Australia will NEVER be able to live it up with this case, which has taken a turn, no convict heritage detective could have imagined, due to their ignorance of the status and stature of their legal immigrants or students of the present, who have to go through hoops if they are to come to Australia. No dead-beat terrorist sympathizer can come through the cracks today, only those who can be brainwashed within that SORRY ASS country, which does everything in their power to create a divided country, by not being sufficiently inclusive of all foreign people, who instead of being accepted with open arms into their fabric of society are looked upon in suspicion, which angers the looked upon to teach these Neanderthals with a convict past a lesson or two in Human Rights.

This guy has been denied his human rights with this accusation, and the PTA Act of Sri Lanka looks like a walk in the park when compared to the charges filed to keep him under lock and key and be tortured to extract confessions if that is possible, using mind reading and bending techniques to save face.

The mind really BOGGLES. What is happening in Sydney in the building this guy finds himself in, with the person really guilty of the crime of planting false information, just to get a smart kid in trouble salivating at the thought that he has ruined the life of a very (some would consider too intelligent for their own liking) bright kid with a wonderful career ahead of him. This rotter did not like foreigners who were too off the charts with ability, in comparison with the dick heads that litter the Country of Australia, stolen from its true inhabitants.

If you need any evidence for my theory, just see what happened to the true natives of Australia. Those few who remain have their lives ruined in one way or another, purposely kept in a state of delirium, so that what is truly theirs does not have to be returned to them in the first place. They have NO SHAME.

This act of aggression against a fellow human is true to character of the Australian State that treats boat people like dirt, as if they don’t even exist by sending them to hell holes like Nauru or Papua New Guinea, is indicative of a Country in decline, but still unaware of how badly morally bankrupt, they are.

I don’t know if we will ever get to the bottom of this particular case, as truth is the first thing that goes out of the window, when there is a cover up. We may have to wait decades, until books are written and films made to finally get some kind of realistic idea of what happened, why it happened, and why it was covered up, and the innocent lives sacrificed due to this miscarriage of justice.

The only lesson we can learn from this, is that to accuse anyone of anything and follow due process, it is better to err on the side of the accused rather than on the accuser as the consequences are far greater if they are wrong on the credibility of the security forces, on which the faith of the whole country depends, than the possibility of a terror plot that goes off with a few people who get killed. Reader, don’t forget that there are hundreds of investigations being carried out for terror related events today, this was simply one that just went too far, due to an idiot in the investigation team who wanted GLORY!

Here below was from the article in today's Daily Mirror News Paper

It is too early to comment on the detention of 25-year-old Kamer Nizamdeen, a popular PhD student affiliated to the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia as the matter is under investigation by the NSW Joint Counter-Terrorism Team. His arrest on accusations of planning terror attacks has shocked almost everyone in the University and back at home in Sri Lanka as his life in Sydney was a story of successes with robust achievements, respected and admired.   
It is bewildering that such a man could suddenly get ‘radicalised’ almost overnight as widely publicised worldwide without any evidence of any extremist comment being heard from him at any time by any of his colleagues. It is well known that a radicalised person cannot hide his views though he can hide his conduct and activities. How is it that there is no independent corroboration from his associates or his closest circle in the university that Kamer was no longer the same man they knew?   

The only evidence known so far on which he was arrested on August 30 (Thursday) was a notebook allegedly containing references to former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, references to Sydney Opera House, police and railway stations allegedly found in his room. Though the exact wordings are not in any media, the PhD student will have to explain what the notebook contents were all about. We do not know his version because we have not heard the police or the media quoting Kamer in their reports.   
It is difficult to believe that in a country where seven prime ministers were displaced in ten years and the last one Malcolm Turnbull was ousted by his own party colleagues on 24th August 2018, the Sri Lankan student could have had any ideological or religious reason to ‘terrorise’ Turnbull. There appears to be no evidence that he had plans to terrorise the former Prime Minister or former Foreign Minister at any time they held office.   

PhD student 

Kamer was no simpleton; he was a bright, well-integrated PhD student and staffer at the UNSW. It is mind-boggling as to how his alleged ‘terrorism manifesto’ would be left in the open space of his shared room in the university premises carelessly for someone else to so easily ‘stumble upon’.   
Kamer’s brother, in a Facebook Post on Monday 3rd September, has expressed the view that Kamer was framed. “His accomplishments within the university in UNSW speak for themselves and he would have had absolutely no reason to engage in such disgusting, hateful crimes to a city which has been extremely opening to him for the past 6 years,” the brother wrote.   
Crime Reporter Sally Rowsthorne of The Sydney Morning Herald of Friday 31st August, noted “those who knew the Sri Lankan postgraduate student were in shock after the arrest with multiple friends and neighbours saying that they wouldn’t believe what Mr Nizamdeen is accused of doing”. ABC also quoted the police saying that they do not believe that Kamer was capable of carrying out a terrorist attack.   
Except for the contents of the notebook, which are also capable of innocent explanations, there does not appear in the media any evidence of any previous expressions of opinion or conduct on Kamer’s part that would support the serious allegations made against this up and coming talented youth, whose future is on the brink of ruination. But then the investigations are continuing, we need to wait. However what is clear to this writer is that additional evidence notwithstanding, the sum total of the material against Kamer do not amount to even an attempt or a conspiracy to commit an offence known to the law as applied in countries which have not embraced oppressive Counter Terrorism laws or the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Law. Jotting down one’s views in a notebook cannot by itself constitute an act of terror.   

The reported facts as distinguished from speculatory comments, such as alleged membership in the ISIS, do not appear to qualify as a terrorist or attempted terrorist act

There must be evidence of actual preparation or an engagement or assistance to commit a terrorist act, which appears to be lacking in this case. The reported facts as distinguished from speculatory comments, such as alleged membership in the ISIS, do not appear to qualify as a terrorist or attempted terrorist act under Australia’s Criminal Code Act of 1995 or under terror laws applicable in the New South Wales. Membership in ISIS itself is however, an independent terror related offence. There is no evidence of any “intimidation to advance a political, religious or ideological cause and the act causes”, the way a terrorist act is defined in the Australian Act. The phrase “and the act causes” would necessitate the act of intimidation causing actual ‘intimidation’, often ignored by investigators who probably want to demonstrate their ‘smart detection’ to their superiors! But Australia as a country maintains a high standard of judicially supervised investigative mechanism. It is possible that he would be and should be cleared of the accusations, subject however to some extra ordinary, but unlikely links with a terrorist organisation being discovered or due to some external pressure from racist entities.   

Speculative comments 

Dinoo Kelleghan in Sydney writing to The Sunday Times (Sri Lanka) of 2nd September 2018 has made reference to highly speculative comments spicing the story which are unsupported by evidence. One example is that Kamer “acted as a lone wolf using his campus activities as a cover” which earned a sub-title in The Sunday Times, leading to a permanent damage to a man who had ‘networked into the university where he studied, worked and mentored students, and through projects that brought him plaudits by UNSW.’ Kelleghan reported further as follows: “Police say the PhD student is affiliated with the IS but are not charging him with being a member of the terrorist organisation.” But NSW Acting Detective Superintendent Mick Sheehy is quoted in the next sentence as having said, “From the documentation we believe he would affiliate with the ISIS”.   
One will easily see the propaganda hype to make the suspect appear to be linked to ISIS, the earlier one claiming Kamer is affiliated with the IS while the subsequent one stating that ‘he would affiliate’ with the ISIS.   
Kamer Nizamdeen had no previous criminal records prior to August 30. But were the police rushed into arresting Kamer with such weak allegations possibly by external elements? NSW’s Surveillance Device Act of 2007 and other terrorist related laws permit the police to conduct surveillance to establish more sound and credible material against possible real terror suspects. Why was he not monitored at least for a few more days, which smart investigators often do before rushing to arrest? What was the urgency? Did the elements that may have pushed the police to arrest the Sri Lankan forthwith have an agenda to create a realistic impact on the then ongoing Defence Seminar in Colombo, which commenced here on Thursday 30th August?   
Day Two of the Defence Seminar on Friday 31st August morning session had two relevant presentations to the subject under discussion in this article. One by Lt. Gen.(Retd) Orit Adalo, managing director of Adalo Consulting Ltd of Israel on ‘Ideological Polarisation’ and the other by Maj. Gen. Roger J Noble, United States Army Pacific, Australia on ‘Role of the military in Response to Violent Non-State Actors in a Destabilised International System’. Space constraints do not permit a detailed discussion, which may be written off by some as conspiracy theories. The news of Kamer’s arrest however hit the news media here only at the conclusion of the two day Colombo Defence Seminar, perhaps a little too late.   
(The writer is a former Senior State Counsel and can be reached on 


  1. Interesting article on the above on the legal nuances, and the total cock up of the Australian Authorities who have messed up this case and are currently trying to find a way out to save their sorry asses but can't.

  2. Fast Forward to October 19th 2018 and Daily Mirror link

    Terrorism charge against Sri Lankan student dropped
    2018-10-19 07:55:12 6 1302

    Australian Police on Friday dropped terrorism charges against Sri Lankan students in Sydney, Mohamed Kamer Nizamdeen, who was accused of an assassination plot targeting Australian politicians, Australian media reported.

    Nizamdeen, a 25-year-old PhD student, was charged with creating a document in connection with preparing for a terrorist act but was released on bail on September 28 after spending four weeks behind bars.

    Lawyer of the student said that they will now seek student’s legal costs and compensation.

    Mr Nizamdeen, a contractor at the University of NSW, was not present in Sydney's Central Local Court on Friday when prosecutors withdrew the charge after which his lawyer, Moustafa Kheir, said he would apply for his legal costs as well as take action in the NSW Supreme Court.
    "What authorities have done to this young man is absolutely unforgivable," Mr Kheir told reporters outside the court.

    "We will be seeking justice for him in the NSW Supreme Court” SBC news agency said quoting Kheir.

    "It's a terrible experience, as a young man who has done everything right in life, he has gone through supermax jail in unforgivable circumstances."

    Mr Nizamdeen's costs application was set down for hearing on November 23 in Central Local Court, his lawyer told reporters.

    Nizamdeen spent about last four weeks in jail before being bailed last month. His family and supporters maintained his innocence, and the case prompted protests in his hometown in Sri Lanka.

    Nizamdeen is in Australia on a student visa while he completes his studies.

    He had no criminal history, and he was promoted by the University of New South Wales in its advertising. Nizamdeen also worked as a contractor for the university.

    A court earlier heard that no extremist material was found on his computer or mobile phone.