The email was unsigned but on official UAP letterhead from the Brisbane Street head office of UAP. ( see attached correspondence below )
“ I don’t know which Prime Minister I’ve threatened with a baseball bat ? Perhaps it was the late British Prime Minister Maggie Thatcher or former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam ? It can’t be Harold Holt because we’re still waiting for him to come home, “ Mr Burns said.
Mr Burns states the allegation he has threatened the Australian Prime Minister with a baseball bat is false and somewhat hypocritical of a UAP employee to make such an outlandish allegation in light of Senator Burston’s all out brawl in the Commonwealth Australian Parliament with a staffer of Pauline Hanson’s One Nation. Mr Burston also agreed it was him who smeared his blood on the office door of Ms Hanson.
“ How can this bunch of incongruous boofheads make Australia great when they’re accusing innocent Australian’s like me of the limited act of violence against a person of such a powerful position of that of the office of the Australian Prime Minister. “ ?
Mr Burns seeks a written apology from Clive Palmer on the behalf of UAP.
As compensation from Mr Palmer Mr Burns will also be seeking a first class return ticket to Sri-Lanka so he can visit his fiancé Chandana Lalith Kumara Ponna Handi so as to buy him a suit for their upcoming Australian wedding because the statement from one of Mr Palmer’s staff suggests that Mr Burns is a violent person and Mr Burns is deeply offended.
“ I carry a gentleman’s sponge bag and not a AK 47. “ Mr Burns said.
“ UAP’s credibility as a political party wouldn’t be capable of buttering a plate of parsnips for the family dinner table. DO NOT Vote for UAP in the upcoming Federal Election. “ said Mr Burns.
Mr Burns also alleges UAP has had all their t-shirts and caps made in China and shipped out to Australia.
Gary Burns is an Australian anti-discrimination campaigner.
He successfully tested the homosexual vilification provisions of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 with a complaint of personal homosexual vilification against broadcaster John Laws and Sydney radio station 2UE that concluded in his favour in 2002.
Burns went on to front public interest cases against high profile figures and media establishments for unlawful homosexual vilification.
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