A look into Corporate fraud in Australia, Stranglehold of Monopolies, Telecommunications Oppression, Biased Law System, Corporate influence in politics, Industrial Relations disadvantaging workers, Outsourcing Australian Jobs, Offshore Banking, Petrochemical company domination, Invisibly Visible.
It's not what you see, it's what goes on behind the scenes.
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA (ABN: 122 104 616)
Australia's Prime Minister (CEO) Tony Abbott : "Australia is Open for Business"
Saturday, November 5, 2016
Amazon to destroy Aussie families and take all their data
Many people may not be aware that the Australian government
is not about protecting the livelihood of Australian families by protecting our
jobs or our job market.
The ex PM of Australia Tony Abbott stated in an interview
that Australia was started off as an economic project, something that many
people may have not payed attention to.
Current laws allow companies like Telstra to sack (e.g. 700)
Australian workers (who need to 'work' to support their families, pay the
mortgage , put food on the table and send their children to school) and employ a
significantly more people from cheap overseas labour camps.
Families can and do experience all sorts of stresses and
pressures including physical/emotional abuse as a result of lack of employment
due to the actions of people in government.
The government apparently tells its tax slaves that that
first job of a government is too "look after the safety of its
people" (Bronwyn Bishop Q&A programme on ABC).
The "safety of its people" is not only from
external invasion, but also from domestic threats.
If the people in government have created a domestic threat, then
that's a failure of government, where the people in government should be sued
The retail market is very fragile where it takes a battering
from online 'stores', where it is difficult for a store to have extremely low
prices compared to an online 'store' where the overheads are significantly
less, that being no store rent among other expenses.
The people who have a physical retail store need it in order
to survive, to bring in cash to feed the family, pay the mortgage and also to
keep the economy going.
If people do not have cash they cannot spend it to keep the
Another aspect people are not being made aware of is 'big
data' or vast collection of your private and personal information.
The people in the Australian Government are allowing Amazon
to 'destroy' Australian retail when they allow Amazon to enter the market in September
2017 with prices 30% cheaper than local stores.
But here is what you are not being told by Amazon nor the
Amazon wants this information from you when you log into
their store from your mobile device.
Why does Amazon need access to your (personal) documents, other files
and files in the cloud?
Why does Amazon need to take pictures and video in your
So how are the Australian privacy laws going to protect the