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Rest in Peace Faraz Tahir

Faraz (30yo) was a refugee from Pakistan who was working as a security guard at Westfield Bondi Junction, it was his first day on the job. He was murdered on the job, by a man who had registered mental illness.

My sincere condolences to his family and the family's of the other victims at Westfield Bondi Junction.

Ashlee Good - 38

Dawn Singleton - 25

Jade Young - 47

Pikria Darchia - 55

& an unidentified woman - unknown age In the world of security, tragedy struck again with the loss of one of our own and the grave wounding of another, following a brutal knife assault in Bondi Junction yesterday. This is just the latest tragedy stemming from the destructive influence of certain health policies out of Queensland, and in place around much of Australia. These policies, fraught with neurological harm and psychiatric turmoil, are implicated in conditions and disorders that have claimed over 75,000 excess deaths, and Australian lives.

My frustration is palpable. Once again, the media perpetuates falsehoods, steering public opinion towards an ever-encroaching authoritarianism—the very catalyst for this turmoil. While my team and I maintain control over our actions and likewise can influence yours, I urge those of you who partook in such evil, to confront your own moral failures. Take a moment, look in the mirror, and face the darkness within. Acknowledge the monster you fear the most, for it is a creature of your own making.

We mourn our fallen comrade and pray for a swift recovery for those still battling their injuries. As I teach my students, we are merely at the threshold of a 'new normal'—a landscape sculpted by the architects of our current crises: the government, the bureaucrats, and the media who profit from this suffering. These entities, despite being the progenitors of this anguish, will inevitably portray themselves as victims. Yet, it is clear who the true aggressors are. The Guardian

by Sam Wilks 13/4/24

Beneath the watchful guardian’s steady gaze,

The flood’s swift rise, fire’s fierce and crackling blaze,

Explosions rend the silent veil of night,

While shadowed intruders slip past the light.

Vandals with scorn, their artless marks impart,

Their reckless deeds were a piercing, silent dart.

Vehicles race, their careless paths we dread,

'Neath equipment’s guise, suspicion is bred.

Toxic whispers of gas, invisible threats,

Leak their danger, a peril no one forgets.

Documents left unguarded, secrets bared,

In public view, for all to be ensnared.

Storms unleash their chaos, power does fail,

In the darkness, our courage must prevail.

Riots erupt, a city’s heartbeat lost,

Demonstrations, too often, have a grave cost.

Bricks shatter peace, glass rains down like despair,

Destruction’s call, it's echo everywhere.


In our charge, the safety of kin and kind,

Against the dangers that through darkness wind.

Property, souls, under our careful watch,

Vigilant, for the threats that march and encroach.

Our duty’s weight, in every silent alarm,

The guardian's vow, to protect from harm.

With weapons drawn from deepest fears and pain,

Ill minds wander, in shadows they remain.

Knives glinting coldly in the moon’s pale light,

Drugs that steal reason, sanity’s goodnight.

Through all these trials, our vigil never ends,

Guardians strong, on whom the night depends.

 From the author.

The opinions and statements are those of Sam Wilks and do not necessarily represent whom Sam Consults or contracts to. Sam Wilks is a skilled and experienced Security Consultant with almost 3 decades of expertise in the fields of Real estate, Security, and the hospitality/gaming industry. His knowledge and practical experience have made him a valuable asset to many organizations looking to enhance their security measures and provide a safe and secure environment for their clients and staff.

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