Well well well what have we here? It looks like Australian Antifa Poster boy Eric Roozendaal aka Eric The Red has been accused of some rather typical Jewish behavior. One thing is for sure the ex treasurer of New South Wales is no stranger to this blog.
Jul 13, 2009
The NSW Treasurer, Eric Roozendaal, has held his hair colour, as the neighbouring picture shows, but he also holds a good grudge. Almost 30 years ago he chased Jim Saleam and the racist group National Action off the ...
Sep 16, 2009
Recently, the neo-Nazi symbol '88' (representative of 'HH' – 'Heil Hitler') was painted on the home of the NSW Treasurer, Eric Roozendaal. The graffiti attack occurred one month after Mr. Roozendaal blocked any preference ...
Sep 13, 2010
Eric Roozendaal, Member of the Legislative Council of New South Wales, had a lot to say in the Australian Jewish News of January 5. In response to the re-emergence of the Australia First Party in this State, Eric let rip with his ...
Jan 30, 2011
Ms Firth fell out of favour with Ms Keneally last year when she announced the $400 million replacement of all unflued gas heaters in NSW schools without the permission of Treasurer Eric Roozendaal and the Premier. Her Left ...
Dec 06, 2010
She repeated her claim in a recent Sydney Morning Herald article that Labor power-broker Mark Arbib [alongside ALP officials and NSW Jewish treasurer Eric Roozendaal] have demanded her speeches be vetted before ...
Jul 18, 2009
Well Eric considering members of my family actually did fight the Nazis in WW2 I think I can easily say you are wrong on that one. Considering my family also fought the Communist in Vietnam I consider your Communist ...
"THE son of the ALP kingpin Eddie Obeid told a car dealer and close friend that he needed to secure a top-of-the-line Honda CRV for the former NSW treasurer Eric Roozendaal because he ''had done a few favours for dad'', a corruption inquiry has heard.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption was also told that Obeid Corporation paid $10,800 towards the $44,000 purchase, which had the effect of giving Mr Roozendaal a sweetheart deal on the car.
''It does seem plain,'' counsel assisting the inquiry, Geoffrey Watson, SC, said, ''that Mr Roozendaal received a kind of gift from Moses Obeid, yet Mr Roozendaal appears not to have recorded the gift on the parliamentary register. ''Mr Obeid and his family are very active businessmen, involved in a number of different enterprises, many of which could benefit from different types of decisions that a minister might make.''
Thursday marked the opening of a five-month inquiry into some of the most senior cabinet ministers in the former state government. It will focus not only on allegations concerning Mr Roozendaal's purchase in 2007 but also accusations that coal licences worth millions of dollars were issued corruptly.
For the next week the inquiry would focus solely on the ''bizarre'' car purchase and on the involvement of the Obeid family and its associates in the transaction, said the Commissioner, David Ipp, QC.
The wider investigation into the coal deals, which will also focus on the Obeid family and on the disgraced former resources minister, Ian Macdonald, will not begin until later this month and will run at least until March.
A panel beater and car dealer, Peter Fitzhenry, who said he once considered himself best friends with Eddie Obeid's son Moses, told the inquiry of a request he received from Moses in 2007 to obtain a ''top-of-the-range'' Honda CRV. ''He said to me that the car was to be bought for Eric because Eric had done a few favours for dad,'' Mr Fitzhenry said.
The commission was shown numerous diary entries by Mr Fitzhenry that noted the request and named Mr Roozendaal and his wife, Amanda. ''Financial benefits like the one here can be provided as an inducement for corrupt conduct, or as a reward for corrupt conduct,'' Mr Watson said. ''Gifts and favours usually require reciprocation.''
The car was initially bought in the name of Nata Re, the sister of other Obeid family friends, the brothers Rocco and Rosario Triulcio. It also passed through the hands of another car dealer, Keith Goodman.
Earlier, Mr Watson said that ''to be fair'', Moses Obeid had explained that the car deal was to resolve a ''nasty dispute'' between Rocco Triulcio and Mr Fitzhenry. ''Part of the purpose of this public inquiry will be to attempt to determine whether or not that innocent explanation should be accepted,'' Mr Watson said. ''I regret to say that the evidence suggests that it cannot. ''There is only one rational explanation: the course of events, and especially the multiple handling of the ownership of the car, is only consistent with a deliberate attempt to disguise aspects of the deal.''There are other features of these transactions, which I will not elaborate upon now, which are even more disturbing.''