#10729379 at 2020-09-21 08:14:29 (UTC+1) Q Research General #13732: MOP Edition
Resignations in the news 9/15/2020 thru 9/20/2020 - part 5
Pope Francis accepts resignation of Bishop Bevard of US Virgin Islands
Shannon Stewart resigns from JMCSS board, effective Dec. 11
Veteran Australian judge JamesSpigelman resigns from Hong Kong's top court, citing national security law
Winsted Town Manager Robert Geiger submits resignation
JOE KOSS IS RETIRING AS CULVER'S CEO
MPR says DJ Eric Malmberg fired from The Current
With Vai Sikahama retiring, NBC10 reveals new morning news anchors
8chan/8kun QResearch AUSTRALIA Posts (2)
#11414100 at 2020-11-02 23:48:07 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #10 - INFORMATION WARFARE Edition
#10 - Part 4
Australian Politics and Society - Part 4
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>>11319746 Video: 'Blood lust, killings, cover-ups': Report describes Australian special forces soldiers' 'Abu Ghraib' moment
>>11338405 Jeffrey Epstein donated $650k to Kevin Rudd's International Peace Institute
>>11338560, >>11339269 Video: Kevin Rudd's denial of Jeffrey Epstein donation 'not credible' says Peter Dutton
>>11339701 University of Melbourne academic Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert in 'secret safe house' in Iran
>>11353447 Video: Trump will be 'annihilated' by Biden: Anthony Scaramucci - 9 News Australia
>>11355482 President of Kevin Rudd's International Peace Institute quits over Jeffrey Epstein loan
>>11355493 PDF: Statement by the Board of the International Peace Institute - RESIGNATION OF PRESIDENT TERJE RōD-LARSEN
>>11355874 'I don't give a f**k what you think about me': Vegan cafe brands itself a Trump-supporting 'safe zone' ahead of the US election
>>11356010 Iran moves detained academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert back to Tehran prison
>>11356072 Former national security adviser Andrew Shearer will be the next Director-General of the Office of National Intelligence
>>11356149 Australia's domestic spy agency ASIO seeks new powers to question children as young as 14 and people suspected of foreign influence
>>11356523 Q Post #4941 - OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DONALD J. TRUMP - Carlo Maria ViganÚ, Tit. Archbishop of Ulpiana
>>11369364 Video: Washington Insider Anthony Scaramucci On Trump's Chances Of Another Term As U.S. President - The Project
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>>11386109 Rudd backs FriendlyJordies as serious 'broadcaster' despite controversial acts - 'Uighur population causing trouble, radicalised by CIA'
>>11387695 FBI fugitive Andrea Dorothy Chan Reyes secretly extradited from Adelaide to the US over 2017 hit-run death of Agustin Rodriguez Jr
>>11387711 Whittier Police Department Facebook Post: Vehicular Homicide Suspect Extradited from Australia, in Whittier Police custody
>>11399083 Kevin Rudd name-dropped by Hunter Biden's jailed associate Devon Archer in letter to US ambassador Max Baucus
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>>11399146 Kevin Rudd Tweet: The Murdoch personal smear efforts continue…they want to know what meetings I may have had with... wait for it... Hunter Biden!
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>>11402713 Why I would grit my teeth and vote for Trump - Alexander Downer
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>>11404641 Australia's federal ICAC to conduct phone taps, undercover surveillance but not public hearings
#10 - Part 5
Australian and Regional Resignations
>>10739647 Australian judge JamesSpigelman resigns from Hong Kong court - no further reasons for the termination were given
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>>11402587 Christine Holgate resigns as Australia Post boss after Cartier watch scandal
#10739647 at 2020-09-22 05:43:40 (UTC+1) Q Research AUSTRALIA #10 - INFORMATION WARFARE Edition
Resignations in the news
Australian judge JamesSpigelman resigns from Hong Kong court
Australian judge JamesSpigelman has resigned from Hong Kong's top court months after Beijing tightened restrictions on the legal system and imposed new national security laws on the former British colony.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam said in a government gazette published on Friday that she had "revoked the appointment" of Spigelman.
A Hong Kong government spokeswoman confirmed Spigelman had tendered his resignation on September 2, but no further reasons for the termination were given.
The former ABC chairman has been contacted for comment through the Lowy Institute where he is a board member.
The 74-year-old has served on Hong Kong's Court of Final Appeal since April 2013 as a non-permanent judge. The former lieutenant-governor of NSW was one of four judges from Australia on the court, which was established after the handover of Hong Kong from Britain to China, to continue the British common-law system. There are also nine British judges and one Canadian judge on the court.
Former Australian High Court chief justices Murray Gleeson and Robert French along with former High Court judge William Gummow have not had their appointments publicly revoked.
The court has never had jurisdiction over acts of state, such as defence and foreign affairs, but the imposition of the new national security laws by Beijing in July raised questions about its future. The laws prevent, curb and punish dissent, threats to the Chinese state, pro-democracy or independence sentiment. They have been condemned by the Australian, British and US governments.
British MP Sir Iain Duncan Smith said the future of Commonwealth judges on the court needed to be examined.
"That is the question - to what degree will these independent judges just give cover to what is a totalitarian regime," he told The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
The former leader of the Conservative Party said the current situation was "exposing decent people to intolerable structures" that do not exist in the UK or Australia where the judiciary "are free to reach decisions without fear or favour".
"This is not the case in Hong Kong," he said. "I think this is a question that now needs to be dealt with."
The Chinese government maintains the laws are necessary to restore law and order after more than 15 months of protests over Beijing's influence in the territory.
The former chief justice of NSW has never spoken publicly about the Hong Kong protests or the new national security laws, which give courts the power to hear trials in secret and send dissidents to the mainland China for prosecution.
Spigelman, who was born in Poland to Jewish parents that survived the Holocaust, was vocal about his belief in social justice in interviews with the Law Society of Hong Kong in 2016.
"I always understood the importance of social tolerance in the community," he said, adding his background made him "particularly sympathetic to groups who suffer discrimination or are otherwise oppressed".
He also defended the principles of open justice as "the foundation of judicial accountability", arguing it was "essential to maintain public confidence in the judiciary and the administration of justice".