Alf will be spending some time today checking out who’s who and what’s what at an outfit called the Human Rights Review Tribunal.
We have far to many tribunals.
This one deals with claims under the Human Rights Act, the Privacy Act and the Health and Disability Commissioner Act.
Its only useful purpose – at first blush – is that maybe Alf will need a job there one day, because it provides a bit of work for some former MPs.
Its members include Keith Shirley and Brian Neeson, neither of them – in Alf’s experience – inclined to smoke the sort of stuff that would addle their brains or mix with lefties who who would convert them to their namby-pamby world view.
Alf accordingly would like to think neither of them was involved in the decision that triggered his (a) enormous indignation – no, make that enormous outrage; and (b) immediate research into the tribunal and its purpose.