Translate

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Antifa Thug and Stand Over Man Luke Collier Hits the Headlines.

Well folks remember Luke? Do we all recall Luke from the Golden Dawn Rally held in Brisbane back in May 2014.? At the time we had no idea who he was, what we did know was that he was involved in at least two assaults on the day and one theft of private property. He was also involved in the violent attack of an elderly Greek Australian and members of the Australia First Party at the Red Brick Hotel in Brisbane the night following the Rally. Many of us are still waiting for charges to be laid on that assault,  that saw the elderly Greek man hospitalized.

Above Luke Collier Posing with a Flag he just stole from a member of the Australia First Party.
Luke Collier pictured assaulting a member of Australia First before stealing a flag. 

Luke, who while standing with about 150 CFMEU members behind him, approach one individual separated from his comrades. At this point  the Brave "Luke Collier" comes out with what has to be the most ridiculous statement from the red filth on the day,  "you think your real fucking tough". Obviously tougher than this filthy petty crim and woman beater. More on this prick HERE

So what else does Luke get up to when he isn't standing tall with his mates waving anti-fa flags and the Hammer and Sickle? Well read on friends.

 

CFMEU official Luke Collier facing Barangaroo site ban over criminal past.

Source.

ONE of the union officials named and shamed in the Royal Commission for intimidating Fair Work inspectors and calling them “f ... ing grubs” could be banned from the Barangaroo construction site because he failed to disclose his criminal past. An application has been lodged with the Fair Work Commission to revoke the right of entry permit of Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union organiser Luke Collier. Fair Work Building and Construction director Nigel Hadgkiss yesterday said Mr Collier had applied for the permit to enter building sites without revealing convictions for causing injury and reckless damage and theft. “In my view a right of entry permit is a privilege which should not be abused or obtained through deceit,” he said. Mr Collier was one of a group of union organisers the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption heard had subjected building inspectors at the Barangaroo casino hotel site to repeated intimidation and abuse. Officials were branded a “f ... king dog”, a “f ... king grub” and “lower than a paedophile”.

A female inspector was called a “f ... ing slut” as 40 building workers surrounded her and a male colleague. 

Mr Collier was named as one of the union organisers at the site together with CFMEU enforcer Darren Greenfield, who the commission heard had made a death threat to a whistle blower. Also present as the intimidation took place was CFMEU NSW branch secretary Brian Parker, who ­allegedly had sex in a building site shed with prostitutes supplied by notorious underworld figure George Alex. 

Mr Collier applied for an entry permit to building sites as a union organiser in 2013. “Through the course of FWBC investigations, the agency became aware of allegations that Mr Collier had a criminal history,” Mr Hadgkiss said. It then applied for his permit to be revoked because he did not reveal his criminal history when he applied for it. 

The FWBC said that in 2003 Mr Collier was convicted of recklessly causing injury and criminal damage, which resulted in Victorian magistrates imposing a community based order on him. In 2005 he was found to have failed to comply with that order. In 2007, the FWBC said Mr Collier was convicted in the Heidelberg Magistrate’s Court in Victoria of theft and going equipped to steal

“Right of entry permit holders hold a great responsibility,” Mr Hadgkiss said. “FWBC contends a person who omits or fails to disclose details of their criminal past on their application is not a fit and proper person under the Fair Work Act. “FWBC has resorted to taking this action as it is of great concern to me that someone in a position of authority made a false declaration regarding their criminal background, especially considering the nature of Mr Collier’s convictions.” A spokeswoman for the CFMEU said: “It is a matter before the tribunal and therefore it is inappropriate that we make any comment.” 

What can we say that hasn't been said so many times before? His time and that of many others will come soon enough. 

No comments: