When did Australians give "unfettered legal power" to a village idiot?

This man is now deciding on tighter controls on who can own media outlets and possibly what those outlets can say:

FEDERAL Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has made a bizarre declaration about holding “unfettered legal power” over telecommunications regulation, claiming he would be able to tell Australian telcos to “wear red underpants on their head”.

Update &  reminder:

The most frightening thing said about the Sydney riot against the “Innocence Of Muslims” video wasn’t said by a Muslim, No, give the booby prize to Communications Minister Stephen Conroy.      

His spokesman announced Conroy wanted Google to “review its terms of service” to consider pulling the “clearly offensive” clip from YouTube. Hey, that is exactly what one of the world’s top terrorist leaders wants as well.

When our own Communications  Minister and a terror chief in Lebanon speak as one about  banning an obscure video to placate furious Muslims who haven’t seen it we are already halfway to lost.   Even in America we see this same disgraceful scramble to placate mobs threatening to cut our throats at home or burning Western embassies abroad.

It’s time to stop pandering to bigots!

Conroy: I have the power to make you wear red underpants on your head  (Andrew Bolt)

“The regulation of telecommunications powers in Australia is exclusively federal,” Mr Conroy said during a speech to the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information conference in New York last week.

“I have unfettered legal power.

If I say to everyone in this room ‘if you want to bid in our spectrum auction you’d better wear red underpants on your head’, I’ve got some news for you. You’ll be wearing them on your head.”

2 thoughts on “When did Australians give "unfettered legal power" to a village idiot?”

  1. A lot of people must feel an inner strugle coming on if Conroy and mates continue to attack Australia’s freedom.

    Gotta get some big “QUISLING” stickers made up.

    I cant stop telling the truth, Im disabled, got the phobia.

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