by Mary Maxwell, currently a candidate for US Senate in Alabama
During my campaign I have been constantly surprised by the willingness of intelligent, educated people to accept whatever is dished out to us by The Powers That Be. My experience in Australia was the same; I don’t think I ever made a convert on my theme of “Arrest the bastards.” You may say “Oh Mary dear, many people turned out for your Fringe drama, A Moot Court Trial for Martin Bryant. No, that doesn’t alter my “statistic.” No one got converted during the play; rather those who attended (travelling even from WA, TAS, and NSW) were already persuaded of Bryant’s innocence.
Today there’s a spot of good news. It is about an Aussie lad who is not in prison. Well he was, but now he’s out. Dylan Voller was in the dreadful Don Dale “Children’s Prison” in Berrimah, east of Darwin. You don’t get into Don Dale by being healthy and happy. There must already be bad things happening in your life. But when Dylan got out, he got out with AT-TI-TUDE.
He Could Be a Pollie!
So, the nice news is that the 19-year-old Dylan is pulling the same stunt as the 70-year-old Mary – running for public office. At least it may look like a stunt (in both cases?) but what else can you do when you live in a society governed in a crazy way. When you find you can’t lick ’em, you have to join ’em! So this young man, released from detention, has said he would be a candidate for City Council in Alice Springs.
I quote Corey Sinclair’s article in the July 19 NT News:
“DYLAN Voller has announced he will stand in the 2017 Alice Springs Town Council elections so he can give the youths of Central Australia a voice. … “I’m running for the election so I can get the voices of young people, who don’t have much of a voice, out there,” Voller said.“I wouldn’t be doing this for myself, I’d be doing it for everyone else in the community who doesn’t have a voice.”… “
“A lot of people have been telling me they would support me (if I run),” Voller said. “Young people know what young people’s problems are and what they need.”
Mayor Damien Ryan refused to comment on specific candidates, but said young voices in council would be good. “There’s a few young tradesmen who are going to stand for council — their life experience would be pretty damn good,” Mr Ryan said.
Nominations for the election close midday, August 3.
So We Have Spit-hoods?
Let’s spend a moment on a description of what Dylan went through. I have not researched his background, and don’t know if he committed the violent acts with which he was charged. So, for the time being, I’ll make the presumption that they are valid charges. He was convicted of them. (One of them was “recklessly causing risk to a policeman”. Hmm.)
The famous photo of him in restraints led to a Royal Commission. The fact that he is wearing a spit-hood in the photo is reportedly to prevent guards from having to suffer the unpleasantness of being spat at. Again I’ll accept the “worst case scenario” and assume that Dylan did do some spitting. Nonetheless, it is of course very disturbing to a child – legally he was a child – to be in restraints, never mind a hood.
If you wish to read about the torture to which he was allegedly subjected, go here. I will merely give the flavor of the semantic fancy footwork the NT Royal Commission heard. The following quote from an April 19, 2017 article refers to a guard named Conan Zamolo:
Helen Davisdon, reporting in The Guardian:
Current and former staff members of Northern Territory juvenile detention centres have defended themselves against allegations of violence and intimidation made by Dylan Voller at the royal commission in Darwin.
Witnesses include former guards Conan Zamolo, Ben Kelleher, and Derek Tasker [I almost thought that said ‘Taser’]
Zamolo and Kelleher gave differing testimony about an August 2014 incident at Don Dale caught on CCTV, which cost Zamolo his job. [Stunning! He got fired!]
In footage shown to the commission, Zamolo stood guard while Kelleher entered Voller’s cell, threw a pear at the door and twice threw wet paper at the camera before leaning over Voller and talking to him [shades of Jahar Tsarnaev’s giving a camera the finger].
Kelleher also denied he was attempting to conceal anything from the camera, telling the commission he threw the paper to clean the camera because detainees often covered it up. [See what I mean about semantics?]
Kelleher told the commission he had a good relationship with Voller, and that while he was “having a go” at the detainee but didn’t regret telling Voller that he had done the wrong thing.
“I’ve known the guy a long time, we had a great relationship up until that point, and I was disappointed in the way he acted continually, especially after the positive gains we had made in his behaviour,” Kelleher said. [I think Kelleher may be in the right here. But dunno.] Kelleher said he came from a similar background to many of the detainees, and sought to help them.
Zamolo, who infamously filmed detainees going to the toilet and filmed himself using derogatory language and asking detainees to “suck my dick you little cunt”, told the hearing he regretted his actions but they were never designed to humiliate, but rather help.”
Was It a Tavi Situation?
In my book, Deliverance!, I quote a British woman, code-named Aishe Spark, who has not yet published her life story. She immigrated to Oz, and like Fiona Barnett she works hard to enlighten us about terrible evils here. Because her grandmother was in cahoots with Dr Eric Dax (a major colleague of Tavistock’s John Rawlings Rees), Aishe knows a lot about the “nodes” of Tavistock that were established in Oz during the 1940s, especially one in Geelong.
She says the adolescent-days travails of Martin Bryant are related to Dr Dax’s presence as a psychiatrist in Tasmania.) Aishe herself was MK-Ultra’d, or Tavi’d or whatever you call it. She is therefore suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder.
If Tavi got a foothold here in the 1940s, and was associated with university departments of psychiatry in the 1980s, it is very likely that its programs are still here. Thus, it’s a reasonable guess that the control methods used on children at Don Dale are Tavistockian. When a detention facility claims to be helping the child, there would be no place for humiliation.
I suggest we consider that Dylan Voller may have gone through mind-control programming.
Although my Senate candidacy is still proceeding in the US (the Republican Primary is August 15), Dylan has now said he is dropping out of the race in Australia. A main reason he cited was the brouhaha that came about when someone published a photo of him in a car with a gun on the seat next to him.
Gee, maybe he’s in the wrong country. Over here a gun would raise his standing in the Republican party out of sight.
(By the way, of the 8 lads that I am running against — Beretta, Breault, Brinson, Brooks, Moore, Peeples, Pittman, and Strange — the one named Beretta is from the family that invented the beretta. Yes. Among us Second-Amendment aficionados, he ought to be a shoe-in. He also races Corvettes.)
So now to give my heartiest congratulations to Dylan Voller — he of the spit-hood — for spitting back at evil and for thinking positive about the future.
Dear young Dylan, maybe at 19 you’re not quite, quite ready. Don’t worry – you’ll have other chances and it was ingenious of you to think of standing for City Council at all.
–Mary Maxwell is the author of “Deliverance! A Royal Commission and Pizzagate Reveal Society’s Hidden Rulers.” It’s a free download at GumshoeNews.com.