Monday, February 13, 2006

The strange case of Dr. John Casey

For any who might be bewildered as to what has become of our NSW Police Force and why our Police Officers now more closely resemble social workers rather than crime fighters the following will dissipate much of the mystery.

One only has to look at the resumés of their teachers and ‘advisors’ to understand why the average copper is indoctrinated with Left Wing ideology, totally inundated with paperwork and hogtied by procedural “rules of engagement” when it comes to dealing with criminals. Today, most senior Police, from Local Area Commanders all the way up to the Commissioner, are University graduates fully inculcated with Political Correctness.

Much of their training is taken up with such nonsense as Cultural and Racial “sensitivity programs” etc. Is it any wonder there is no real will to take a firm stand against ethnic gangsters and their criminal syndicates? Particularly in regard to the current NSW Premier Morris Iemma whose constituency is Lakemba, the very epicentre of Islamist extremism and Muslim criminal activity in Sydney.

The State Police Commissioners, who were once appointed by the State Governors, are now instead commissioned by the State Premiers and serve under the strict demands of performance based contracts. They are in effect political agents beholden to the whim of the incumbent administration rather than to the people of New South Wales with their main concern and motivations being a trouble free, uncontroversial career path and easy cruise to retirement.

Any suggestion, that operating under these strictures, they could possibly execute their duties with any real degree of efficiency, independence or rigour is nonsense. Read on and things will become clearer.


Dr. John Casey’s Curriculum Vitae

John Casey is a Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of Police Management at Charles Sturt University in Sydney, Australia. Before joining the School, he worked as an education and social services manager in Australia, USA and Spain and as a university lecturer in Spain. A large part of his professional work, research and community involvement has been focused on issues related to the provision of government services for immigrants and refugees. Contact:
jcasey@csu.edu.au.


Meet John Casey, senior lecturer at the Australian Graduate School of Policing, Manly.

What do you like most about your job? The challenge of teaching senior police officers

Name one thing you couldn’t live without? Good Coffee
What do you do to relax? Sport, Theatre, Cinema
Your favorite movie or book? All of the John Sayles movies

If you could walk in someone’s shoes for a day, who would it be? An international human rights activist

What do you find most irritating? Reality TV

Your favorite word? Yes

If you were granted one wish, what would it be? World Peace

Where would you retire? Barcelona

A memorable moment? Hosting a function at Gracie Mansion (New York Mayor’s Residence)

Who would you hate to be left in a room with? Brittany Spears

Your favorite sandwich filling? Prawn Salad

Who would you like to sit next to on a long flight? Agnes Heller – Hungarian Philosopher

What would you never give up? Travel

Your favorite website? http://www.google.com.au/
Your biggest phobia? None

What would you never do again? Apply for a job at CSU – just kidding
Most irritating celebrity? Leyton Hewitt

Your favorite place on campus? All of Manly campus

Dr John Casey first came to the attention of WN in QLD during September 2005. He was invited to speak at a public meeting held in Toowoomba organized by Mark Copland of the Catholic Social Justice Commission. In an unofficial visit Dr Casey presented to the people at the meeting a Film called “The Letter”. The movie is a semi documentary based on the invasion of the town Lewiston in the United States by 1000 Somalia’s. In his speech on the background of the movie Dr Casey compares the WPCA of QLD to White Supremacists portrayed in this film. Stating that a similar approach as shown in the film would be an effective way of silencing any anti multicultural feeling held by the people of the Darling Downs, in particular the WPCA.

The Doctor goes on to further compare the town of Lewiston to the Queensland city of Toowoomba. Dr Casey describes Lewiston Maine, as the Northern most State in the US. It is also the Whitest State in that country. A play ground for the rich. He explains that some time in 2000 the United States took on thousands of Somali refuges and resettled them in the US. I will quote directly what the Doctor says about this. “Some smart person who helped resettle them decided to settle them in the black communities of Georgia”.

The good Doctor goes on to explain that the resettled refuges from Somalia did not like the idea of sharing with their Black African Brothers in Georgia, in other words, they considered themselves to be middle class, educated people, too good to live with the poor abused Afro Americans therefore 1000 of them decided to move to Lewiston, Maine, all of them in one hit. So the great social experiment of examining the outcomes of putting 1000 Somalis in an all white community begins. The Dr explains that he has no idea how they came to choose Lewiston as their final destination but this writer has a fair idea why.

In his official capacity the Doctor wrote a paper in 2000 called International Experiences in Policing Multicultural Societies.

Extract from the Introduction:

In June 1996, a conference of experts on policing practices in multicultural[1] societies was organised by the Rotterdam police and RADAR, a non-government anti-racist organisation. This conference resulted in the drafting of a statement of principles, The Rotterdam Charter: Policing for a Multi-ethnic Society which, under the auspices of the European Union, is now being adopted by police services in a number of European countries.

This article provides an overview of international experiences in implementing programs to strengthen police-ethnic community relations, similar to those contained in the Charter. It concentrates on English-speaking countries, with particular emphasis given to the U.K., Australia and Canada. These countries have a higher percentage of immigrants in their society than most industrialised countries and a longer history of addressing issues regarding policing diverse societies

Dr John Casey along with his counter part Mark Goudkamp also belongs to the RAC Refuge Action Coalition. He has co hosted many functions with Mark Goudkamp in the Sydney area and all over Australia. Below are the details of one.

Against border protection: for the movement of people

While Liberal dissidents and the ALP have made criticisms of the Howard government's detention regime, they preface their comments with support for strong border protection policies. This workshop will raise the ideas behind and the desirability of a world without borders. What would it take to achieve such a world?

John Casey & Mark GoudkampRefugee Action Coalition
http://www.sydneysocialforum.org/2005/sessions/schedule.html

WHERE TO NOW? Building the next phase of the refugee movement

A forum for refugee activists and advocates

The refugee movement has had partial victories against the government, but the policy framework remains largely intact. The Where to Now Forum will bring together participants from different organisations to analyse the current situation and exchange ideas about future directions for the refugee movement. This will largely be a NSW-based meeting (interstate people obviously welcome). We hope it will lead to a national forum next year. Morning workshops will focus on background political topics, while the afternoon will concentrate on strategic and pracical aspects of the campaign.The Forum will seek to publish a joint communiqué, provisionally titled A Call for Real Change, and will discuss possible future joint actions. At the same time, the Forum will respect the independence of participating organisations and will primarily serve as an opportunity for networking and information exchange.Speakers include: John Highfield (former ABC radio presenter), Phil Glendenning - (Edmund Rice Centre), Louise Newman (TBC), Susan Metcalfe (Rural Australians for Refugees), David Francis (House of Welcome), Ali (former Nauru detainee), Refugee Advice and Casework Service, Refugee Action Coalition.
Intended Audience Refugee activists and advocates, although people who are becoming involved for the first time are also welcome.

When? Saturday 22 October (10am-4pm)

Where? Rooms C129-131, UTS Markets Campus, Quay St (opposite Paddy’s Markets), Haymarket

Cost? Entry by donation

Contact John Casey
phone 02 9934 4828 (w), 02 9411 1657 (h)
email john.casey@mail.com

Sarah Stephen
mobile 0421326987

Mark Goudkamp
mobile 0422078376
email mgoudkamp@yahoo.com

Dr. Casey is a prominent figure in the Multicultural Industry scene. His connections alone warrant concern for all White Nationalists. In his official capacity he has the ways and means to assist Anti White campaigners such as Mathew Henderson-Hau and the ‘Fight Dem Back’ anarchists. Strong indications show that since the conception of FDB, Dr John Casey and the likes of Mark Copland have been actively working with the Marxist rabble to push their own agenda.

Now let’s have a look into Dr John Casey’s co-worker for RAC Mark Goudkamp. Mr. Goudkamp one time member of the International Socialist Organisation of Australia, notably quoted saying he would do “anything to assist the desperate plight of refugees”. Including the falsifying of Australian Pass Ports for escaped detainees. Mr. Goudkamp known to Australian Federal Police is just the sort of man one would expect the Senior Lecturer at the Graduate School of Police Management to be associated with.

Mr. Goudkamp’s membership with the International Socialist Organisation of Australia ended in 2004. Mr. Goudkamp and 21 of their Marxist Comrades left the ISO because of faction fighting and a failure of the ISO to become more militant. One could surmise that Mr. Goudkamp and fellow Marxist from Brisbane Ian Rintoul* will now create the Marxist dream with the Refuge Action Coalition. Again the reader must ask how is it that such a highly placed man like Dr John Casey could be associated with these people and not send alarm bells ringing in the NSW Police Force.

Mr. Goudkamp reputation as a Marxist and general troublemaker to the Federal Police has not stopped him in his chosen field as a High School Teacher in NSW. One must wonder at the marvels he preaches to his students. Again no alarm bells ringing no questions asked by any Government officials. Of course people like Mr. Goudkamp would simply brush aside any investigation of his dealings with Anarchists and Marxists by saying the average working class Australian supports him.