A union thug that attacked the home of a United Nationalists Australia editor, as well as harassing the President of the Australia First Party was spotted with CFMEU delegates at Labor’s 2018 NSW conference.
Previously, the CFMEU had denied any knowledge of Dave Gull when approached by one of the complainants and advised him to instead contact police. He did this and an apprehended violence order was issued by Newtown Local Court. However, it proved an impossible task to track Gull to his address and NSW Police refused to assist in tracing him which meant the order could not proceed; leaving the impression of state sympathy with this mindless brute. It also draws a very distinct line of connection between the ALP and Antifascist Action.
Cleary, the CFMEU knew his whereabouts all along and questions now arise about their knowledge of his actions against the UNA editor.
Our editor refuses to let this matter rest knowing that Gull is a dangerous animal who should not be allowed to roam the streets freely menacing citizens with differing opinions from his own. It is therefore interesting that intelligence provided to UNA places him in the company of CFMEU delegates who were reportedly strutting around arrogantly at the Australian Labor Party’s (ALP) state conference at Sydney Town Hall on Saturday, June 30.
The CFMEU clearly kids itself that it holds a position of influence within the Australian Labor Party. The rank and file, such as Gull, also have a cognitive dissonance when it comes to understanding that the multimillion-dollar CFMEU no longer represents hard hats like him but is an auxiliary for a globalist party with central policies that conflicts with the interests of Australian workers they supposedly represent.
Interesting, too, is that by the terms of admission to the NSW ALP Conference that “observers” who registered for the event must also be ALP members. This presents the strong likelihood that Gull is also an ALP member and Labor, therefore, had his address on file, something which will need to be surrendered so that due process can be pursued against this totalitarian nightmare of an individual.
Bear in mind, that by having knowledge of Gull’s actions – which the CFMEU did – only amplifies accusations of that militant organisation’s reliance on violence and intimidation in the pursuance of its political ideas.