De Nova

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger

I had written about then the captain’s pick (the captain being that infamous Julia and the pickee now also infamous Nova) in Peris the thought on 1st February 2013. At that time I had slight doubts whether perhaps I was not too harsh on her. No, I was not; she is not a nice human being.

At this stage I really would like you to read the original article to see for yourself, otherwise the current brouhaha over yet another of her squeezes of the taxpayer’s tit could appear insignificant. It is true that people with some knowledge of the Aboriginal Welfare Industry and having contact with the Aborigines outside the capital cities would wonder why so much fuss about so little. After all, millions, nay billions of taxpayers’ dollars disappear in the increasingly denser fog.

Quadrant – Rivers of money flowing into sand:Every year, $100,000 of our taxes is spent for each remote indigenous Australian. In 2008-09 Australian government indigenous expenditure reached $22 billion. If these funds were ending the shameful dereliction of remote communities, they would be money well spent. But high spending has barely reduced extremes of dysfunction. On balance, it is perpetuating indigenous disadvantage. Trawling through government expenditures is not riveting, but if the festering sore of remote communities is not to go on and on, how public funding contributes to the culture of grog, ganja and gangs must be understood.”

You can read about Aboriginal health - Summary of Australian Indigenous Health and about Aboriginal education – Aboriginal literacy and its enemies.

Now to Nova Peris’ taxpayer’s funded indigenous entrepreneurship de novo, so to speak.

For those who rely on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, The Age and similar propaganda outlets (though these do not read Fog of Chaos, I guess):

SENATOR Nova Peris sought taxpayers’ money to help her to carry out an extra-marital sexual tryst with Olympic medallist Ato Boldon in 2010, an investigation has revealed.Ms Peris, who was working as a communication officer with the Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies at the time and as ambassador for Athletics Australia, sought funds from Athletic Australia and other sources to pay for Mr Boldon’s trip to Australia from Los Angeles to take part in a ten day official “Jump Start to London” program for young athletes.

She also used that trip to carry out a “just like a Tim-tam… black on black” affair with Mr Boldon. She was married to Daniel Batman at the time.

Ato…tell me babe…what u want … Make a bit of money and spend time together … I will take time of from work to be with u,” Ms Peris wrote in an email exchange obtained by the NT News.

Mr Boldon responded: “Purpose is time with u plus attend trials plus help them promote the trials and possibly guest broadcast on the tv station carrying it…need hotel ticket plus 15,000 US…

Mr Boldon now claims the e-mails are fake, whilst Ms Peris complains that they were unlawfully obtained… and the ever reliable The Age’s editors must believe they do not exist.

Athletics Australia confirmed they did pay for Mr Boldon’s flight to Melbourne from Los Angeles and covered his accommodations and some “incidentals” while in Australia…

In other emails obtained by the NT News, Ms Peris sends multiple nude pictures of herself to Mr Boldon and speaks candidly about her views on race relations in Australia.

You should be compensated for your long haul travels across the pacific.. sexually of course… but only .. a tired traveller should kick back for a few days,” Ms Peris says on Feb 28, 2010…

Ms Peris responded to questions posed by the NT News last night, saying she “categorically rejects any wrongdoing”.

During his trip Mr Boldon promoted athletics, attended and promoted specific events and conducted clinics for young Indigenous athletes,” she said. “…I understand Athletics Australia was pleased with the outcome of the visit… The highs and lows of my private life are matters for me and my family.”

In earlier emails from February 26, 2010, Ms Peris assures Mr Boldon she will find the money for him.

all expenses paid meals & accom and a fee!! Don’t know what it is I was thinking around the $10k I don’t know bub…if your purpose was to come here and make a bit of money or holiday…it was not in the budget to bring any profile athletes out but…I am goin through the indigenous grants mob….they can do was I have suggested…but I am not sure what they can do …”

Ms Peris was married to Olympian Daniel Batman, the father of two of her three children, at the time….

The exact total of money Mr Boldon received is unclear but in an email from mid-March, Ms Peris writes that she had managed to round up $22,000 for him, on top of the money Athletics Australia paid.

It’s not that I don’t think it is unreasonable, and i totally agree you should be paid up front, its just that the money is government funds…

…this is all black money babe…..but rightly so being used for the interest of indigenous kids babe….white people hate black people in this country, and don’t like for things to happen if there is no salt in the mix….”

The Left propagandists, calling themselves journalists, do not see anything peris.shortenwrong with 1. a woman, 2. a semi-Aboriginal, 3. a Labor politician (triple immunity) manipulating the system ostensibly set up for the benefit of disadvantaged Aborigines to finance her extra-marital trysts. She is, after all, one of them. The new ALP captain is also firmly on her side.

Andrew Bolt – Fact-checking the biography of Nova Peris:

How much trust can we put in the word of Senator Nova Peris?

From her official Labor biography:

Nova was born and raised in Darwin and her mother, grandmother and grandfather are all members of the ‘Stolen Generations’ …

In fact:

The Federal Court investigated claims of a “stolen generation” in the Northern Territory in the Gunner and Cubillo test case and found children were not “stolen” for racist reasons as alleged, but were rescued for welfare reasons – and even then the numbers involved were relatively low …

Can Peris really claim her mother was “stolen”?

Nova’s mother, Joan, at nine, and three of her siblings were sent to a Catholic mission on Melville Island when Nora developed typhoid and was unable to look after them. They stayed for six years. Joan then opted to live with foster parents in Adelaide and did not return to Darwin until 1969, by which time her mother Nora had hit the grog hard. 

Can Peris really claim her grandfather was “stolen”?

After the war [grandmother] Nora met and married Johnny Peris, who was of Aboriginal and Filipino descent, and whose Spanish surname came from parents who adopted him after his mother had given him up. 

Can Peris really claim her grandmother was “stolen” when she was sent to Moola Bulla station?

From the official Labor biography:

She was first elected in 2013 and has become the first Indigenous Australian to be elected to the Commonwealth Parliament.”

In fact: Peris is actually the fourth Aborigine elected to the Commonwealth Parliament, after Neville Bonner, Aden Ridgeway and Ken Wyatt.

I feel obliged to mention the obvious – Bonner, Liberal; Ridgeway, Australian Democrat; Wyatt, Liberal. For the Left history fabricators if you are not a Labor, you are not an Aborigine.

And more: New Matilda suggests Novas Peris’s claims of blackmail don’t check out:

Labor Senator Nova Peris – Australia’s first female Aboriginal federal politician – has told Parliament that the publishing of the ‘Ato Boldon Sex Scandal’ emails by News Corporation earlier this week was part of an attempt to blackmail her over a long-running family dispute.

In an emotional speech to parliament yesterday afternoon, Senator Peris revealed brief details of three emails she received which she says supported her accusation the release of the Boldon emails was “an attempt to extract money and embarrass” her, and her family.

New Matilda has obtained copies of all three emails. Read in full, they do not appear to support Senator Peris’ claims.

While New Matilda does not assert further information that substantiates the claim of blackmail may not subsequently emerge, an offer to Senator Peris’ office late yesterday to provide evidence to support her claims of blackmail was not taken up.

The email dated October 19, 2012, which Senator Peris’ statement suggests was the start of the blackmailing, does not appear to support Senator Peris’ version of events.

After complaining to the ‘aggrieved party’ about a lack of funds in a deceased estate, Senator Peris receives the following reply: “For your records and to assist you with the identification of additional Estate items [the deceased] left his “tinny” on my pontoon with motor and accessories, a file box of taxation information for Peris Enterprises from 2001 and a folder of information pertaining to Ato Boldon’s visit to Australia that you organised in early 2010. I am happy to pack up the written information in a box and include it with the boat/accessories and make it available to a representative of your choice for collection at a convenient time.”

At no stage does the author of the email reference the details of the Boldon emails, nor does it appear that any threat can be inferred from the author’s correspondence…

The second email – dated March 21, 2014 – is from an intermediary, acting on behalf of the ‘aggrieved family member’.

The letter seeks Senator Peris’ ongoing participation in an informal process to arrange access visits to children in Senator Peris’ care.

Senator Peris told parliament that she was warned if the demands of the aggrieved family member were not met, it would result in “major trauma for everyone, especially the children and damage the reputation of some stakeholders.”

The full transcript of the email does not appear to support this assertion.

The entire paragraph quote by Senator Peris reads: “Nova; the [redacted] families will eventually be granted access to the children you share in common with them. The decision that needs to be made is whether it is going to be achieved the right way, so as to minimize the further trauma for stakeholders, or the wrong way, which will only result in causing major trauma for everyone, especially the children and damage the reputation of some stakeholders.”

The use of the term ‘wrong way’ appears to be a reference to proceeding to a full hearing of the matter in the Family Court, as opposed to reaching an amicable agreement among the parties, which can then be registered with the courts… “

Do not expect much – Fog of Chaos again: “For our readers overseas – Australian Aboriginal Welfare Industry has practical immunity from any audits or criminal investigations. Only a handful of police officers would be brave enough to risk their careers by inevitable accusation of racism. Those matters which get investigated are the ones sparked by internecine conflict between factions over a share of taxpayers’ largesse and are hardly ever concluded.”

Poor fellow my country.quill.1

About Antisthenes

A Greek philosopher, a pupil of Socrates. Led a revolt, with Diogenes, against the demands of the city-state and the sophistication of life. Accepted the interrelation of knowledge, virtue, and happiness; and sought the ideal condition for happiness in return to primitivism and self-sufficiency. Rejected all social distinctions as based on convention, scorned orthodox religion as a fabrication of lies, and studied early legends and animal life in order to arrive at a true understanding of natural law. The individual was free and self-sufficient when he was master of his passions, secure in his intelligence, impervious to social or religious demands, and satisfied with the poverty of a mendicant. Needless to say, a person who on the Fog of Chaos adopted the Athenian philosopher's name has nothing whatsoever in common with him.
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One Response to De Nova

  1. Guiseppe Satori says:

    So she doesn’t mind a man in a blue tie? What a traitor!

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