Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has six days left save the Australian Labor Party from catastrophic defeat at the 2013 Federal election. More importantly human rights activists and whistle-blowers are still waiting for Kevin Rudd to reveal the full extent of the Federal government and the Australian Crime Commissions (ACC) knowledge of alleged organized crime and money laundering links to government MP’s.
To date insiders have remained a respectful silence while authorities fully investigated claims of extensive links between organized crime figures and leading political figures, media identities and so-called “community leaders”.
It has recently been noted in a News Limited Press publication, that the ACC now has evidence of money laundering and organized crime links to many Australian “household names”.
It is now incumbent upon Kevin Rudd, as the current Prime Minister (PM) of <Australia to reveal the full extent of both his knowledge and the ACC brief concerning the extensive links between criminal entities and Australian politicians, their advisers and senior government bureaucrats.
Furthermore all serious political contenders and their corresponding parties, competing for their chance at winning the title as Australia’s next PM, need to give serious consideration to and detail their party’s intended courses of action in exposing corruption in Australia. In addition to revealing to the Australian public their plans to architect and run a Royal Commission that examines and holds all parties to account for their roles in allegedly stealing billions of Australian tax payers money.
As it stands Kevin Rudd’s half-hearted attempt to curtail corruption with the Labor party has made minimal impact in rooting out and exposing corrupt practices and holding perpetrators to account for their wrong doings.
The Labor party’s recent efforts in signing up militant union representatives, many with links to organized crime networks, shows that the ill-considered actions and deeply entrenched corrupt practices of the ALP have not changed. It is likely that the ALP will never change for the better.
The ALP is tracking well for a catastrophic defeat at the 2013 Federal Election. That is unless Kevin Rudd makes full public disclosures and apologies for the extensive amount of alleged criminal activity and money laundering practices that his Labor party colleagues have been engaged in within the past six or more years.
If Kevin Rudd fails to avail himself of this aforementioned challenge, he will most likely be resigned to the history books of a failed political leader, who protected the Australian dark forces, rather than protecting the interests and well-being of Australian citizens.
Mr Rudd, Australian’s have a right to know the truth, the full truth and nothing but the truth. Its time to take stand against largesse and greed, rather than protect your political interests.
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