A libertarian United Australia Party candidate at the recent federal election, Ingram Spencer, has disappeared from public view into the injustice system of the police state of Victoria.
I have been warning people about this sort of thing since the 8th of November 2017.
Here is my understanding of the chain of events based mostly on my reading of reports in the mainstream media.
Spencer’s political rivals in the seat for Higgins called him “toxic” and “aggressive” (the Greens candidate for Higgins) and his Liberal Party opponent, the sitting member for Higgins, said that he was “scaring everyone” at the draw for positions on the ballot paper. Australian Federal Police (AFP) then became involved.
A few days later, it appears that a uniformed police officer, M. Kirby of Prahran, took legal action against Ingram Spencer. The most recent publicly available information about this case which I can find is this:
This raises so many questions for me about the integrity of democracy in Australia.
Did AFP become involved because of things said by either or both of the Greens or Liberal candidates?
Did AFP have any direct or indirect contact with Officer Kirby before this action was taken?
If so, does this mean that Ingram’s political rivals directly or indirectly, deliberately or inadvertently, used police action against him to remove him from the race because they were scared or uncomfortable about things he had said or done?
If so, what are the things he said or did to lead to this police action against him?
The following is a recording I made of Ingram articulating some of his opinions about healthy communication prior to the events which lead to his imprisonment:
Does this sound like a man who deserved to be imprisoned because of secret allegations of menacing criminal communication?
Most importantly, where is Ingram Spencer now?
Is he a political prisoner?
Is his current disappearance from public view a part of the death of democracy in modern Australia?
My father “Rick” Fox, and both grandfathers, Professor A.C. Fox and the Right Reverend J.R. Blanchard, all stood up strong for freedom, democracy and human rights for Australia, when the primary enemies of freedom were the Northern Hemisphere’s fascist leaders of the 1930’s and the 1940’s.
Now it looks to me like the most dangerous enemies of what is left of Australian freedom and democracy are in Australia.
I believe that only the sort of genuine freedom of speech, which Ingram spoke up for, can solve this problem.
So I speak up and ask questions about what has happened to Ingram Spencer.
I use freedom of speech to defend free speech.
And I pray to God to save us all from tyranny.
Geoff Fox, 26th May, 2022, Terra Nullius