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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:04
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Question to DAS.

Will you use the civil court system to prosecute offences?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:06
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Question to DAS.

Will you allow a branch of the Federal Police to frame charges against accused after consultation with DPP?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:07
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Question to DAS.

Will you set precedents that will give credibility to the claim of model litigant?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:11
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Question to DAS.

Will you take criminal action against CAsA functionaries that have perverted the course of justice?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:13
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Question to DAS.

Will you amend current and future waivers of actionable, discrimination and human rights claims?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:15
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Question to DAS.

Will you address industry concerns?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:17
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Question to DAS.

Will you petition The Minister to adopt all the Forsyth recommendations?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:24
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Question to DAS.

Will you act to have a moratorium placed on all recent regulations and exemptions, pending a complete overhaul of the Regulatory Review Process or adoption of a more workable suite?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:55
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Question to DAS.

The position of ICC is an ingenuous means of creating more hurdles to discourage complaints to The Commonwealth Ombudsman who is reluctant to take on matters in the aviation jurisdiction conjunctly.


Will you abolish the position, or address the situation that has arisen since Mr Hart resigned to give the position credibility?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:55
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Question to DAS.

What will you do to address cronyism within CAsA?
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Old 14th Nov 2014, 21:58
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Question to DAS.

Will you remove the word "safety" from the regulators title and maintain the title of Civil Aviation Authority, (CAA)?
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 00:01
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C'mon Frank, CASA are a government department not a business. Different set of rules for them. Why would the new DAS address all those questions?
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 02:20
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If you could only ask one question of the new DAS right now, what would it be?
A very simple question that will sort out, very quickly, whether Mr Skidmore has the necessary mix of integrity and understanding of the mess he's inherited.

Mr Skidmore: When will the regulatory reform program be completed?

I can tell you two out of many wrong answers and the one correct answer.

The first wrong answer I will quote is that of Mr Byron, from February 2005:
We have an action item to develop a plan to forward to the minister about when we plan to have them to the minister, and I assume that plan would be done in the next couple of months. I would be hopeful that it would not be long after early 2006 that most of the draft rules are delivered to the minister.
Only 3 months until that weasel-worded nonsense is 10 years old.

The second wrong answer I will quote is that of Mr McCormick, from that glossy work of fiction called the "Aviation Safety Yearbook 2013":
[O]ur current schedule will see the remaing rules completed by the end of next year.
Only 28 drafting days until Christmas! And what did the Forsyth Report say about how much longer it would really take to complete the regulatory equivalent of the Spruce Goose?

The correct answer is:
The fudamental flaw in the regulatory reform program is that the regulator is running it. The government should make, and take responsibility for making, the rules, and the regulator should be responsible for, and only for, administering them.

I have therefore handed over all open Projects to the Department, but with a recommendation that the current package of rules be repealed in its entirety, following the development of a new package with a fixed deadline of 1 January 2016.

A number of CASA staff have been made redundant, but the long term savings from this approach will be in order of hundreds of millions. And that's just in direct cost savings to CASA.

The benefit to the aviation industry of implementing a set of rules that works, and ending decades of confusion and empty rhetoric, will be incalculable.
(And Frank: Could you get a dictionary and look up some of those big words you use? I'm not sure they mean what I anticipate you hope they mean.)
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 07:25
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CAsA what is it?

CAsA is a government "agency" not a federal department...and its employees do not come under the APSC/Aust Public Service Commission code of conduct ..which has provisions in it for dealing with criminal behaviour.
CAsA has a fluffy "joke 'code' with no such provisions.
Its a get out of jail free card... and CAsA employees know it.
The Dept of Transport and the 'minister' let CAsA have free rein so no wonder the place operates like a mini Soviet State.
WE are the law.. we will do as we please.

If Skidmore does NOT deal with the questions as posed by Frank then we will have another 5 years lost, the only difference maybe, no screaming, cigars or Hawaiian shirts.

The one I will pose as well as listing a few of the "not fit and proper" clowns to be in the place because of their illegal behaviour (with evidence) is....

....Will you recommend to the minister /and or Government that the only way you have a snowflake's hope in hell to clean up CAsA is to call a Royal Commission.?
Thus we the industry can tell it like it is ...and then some.
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 07:40
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frank, you poor bastard, you still hold out hope after all these years that truth, honour and the american way will prevail.

air vice marshall (retired) skidmore will achieve nought but window dressing.
he isn't clark kent in disguise.

you poor old jaded optimist.

criminal arses screwing aviation was never a truer decode of the acronym.
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 09:12
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Cool Righteo,

WhY You 8,

A gentle reminder, no offence intended.

Firstly, "truth, honesty..." - We are in Australia.
Have you forgotten your location or are you lost space. Perhaps maybe time too.

I firmly believe that the agony from the WORKERS that pay TAX and some, Australia's pilots are on the frothy edge of a revolution.

With good intent.

So maybe have a little belief in your own country (if you're here or lost still), particularly Aviation Industries reasonable requests.

One good reason why not?

No harm. Intent is safety, accountability, learning. fairness and freedom of speech without fear of ramifications.

Too much evidence now and the regulations do not correlate with the current year we live.

Please try and remember why so many have gathered, submitted intelligent requests.

Facts can only be smothered by words of clouded truths for so long. The cloud *#?!'s off and the sun shines through.

Lean which ever side. Support or don't.

I thought a man of your maturity could see the logic of why. Not why not.

History always reveals itself. I think now history voice is quite loud.

Truth, Justice and the Bloody Australian way thanks mate. Crikey ya tool.

Hooroo.
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 09:29
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ziggy my little petal you misunderstand me.

I am totally for abolishing CAsA.
I am totally for accepting that the massive regulatory rewrite is a crock that should be thrown out totally.
it is all misguided crap. all of it.
I believe that the perpetrators of injustice within CAsA should all be imprisoned.

the current time....
my son and son in law have just purchased a SIDS compliant 172 between them.
my son flew the aircraft back across australia in atrocious weather.
he can't log any of the time for the flight because he has a gfpt thanks to the fcukwits in CAsA who thought it would be such a great idea to get rid of the restricted.
my son in law is an ATPL who flies jets.
son in law can't fly the 172, the blandest, safest aircraft ever put into the skies, until he has a BFR in it. so to fly the 172 he has to take GFPT son with him as the "pilot". however if he has said bfr it screws up his jet checks.
I tell you the regulations as they are being implemented were written by card carrying fcukwits.

the govt has decided that all the regs will be in place by the 16th January, faults, fcukups and all. skidmore is the tool to tidy up all this crap.
which of course he won't be able to do because it is all poorly drafted, voluminous crap. all of it.

we have a rocky time ahead. the last thrashings of the certified world trying to maintain its grip on a world that has long since moved on.
it won't be pretty.
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 11:57
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Cool Three Men. Three Minds.

Yyu8,

Yourself, son and son-in-law.

Re-direct your energy, which is strong, and join a force that will create change for the Australian Aviation Industry.

You and I and every one pushing for a fair change have rights.

We are citizens of this country and ultimately the people that are clowning around with serious issues, work for us.
Their income is from us.

We deserve the truth and justice and for the bollocks to cease and serious, rigorous work to commence in many areas.

I have only observed the past five years regarding the underground flight path of political aviation. Laws. Insurance. Report (lack of). Justice (lack of). Yet the force of belief in change has erupted to a level I understand is pinnacle.

It would be unsafe and unethical to let this opportunity to pass by.

I hope three men can see through the anger and steer their knowledge towards advocating the desperate change needed.

Great change will only arrive through passion, dedication.

Indeed we travel...
Through the Never.
(Top Shelf Metallica Movie)

Be cool.
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 15:09
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Back issues current

Ziggy, all power to you. What comes around goes around. These low life's will have their day.
With CHC it's a matter of no Deal, big Deal, or NO Deal. Whatever the Deal is it's going to be flawed. I'm suggesting it would be a good Deal to pack your bags before the fat lady (Skidmore) sings!
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Old 15th Nov 2014, 18:50
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Creampuff;


Thank you for your critique on my use of words.


I'll waste no time in addressing your concerns.
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