Friday, December 16, 2016
Did the tax office steal your super? Charge them, sue them
Theft / stealing (of whatever) is a criminal offence in Australia, no doubt according to common law, putting aside the 'cause no harm' motto (see example in photo below).
Let's take a simple scenario, where a member of the herd populace walks into a stationary franchise called Officejerks (name may have been changed to protect the innocent) and eyes a beautiful pack of 100 paper clips with the retail value of fifty cents and decides to pilfer it.
If that person walks out of the store undetected, then they have gotten away with that criminal offence.
If, by chance, that person gets caught stealing those paperclips worth fifty cents, briefly describing; a due process of law occurs where the necessary paperwork is completed where a charge is alleged, and later a criminal conviction is recorded against that person, upon successful prosecution.
So lets look at another scenario;
You have cash in an account which the government calls superannuation, and it's left there for a reason, because you cannot touch it, as mandated by a corporation conglomerate called 'government'.
After a period of time this corporation conglomerate calls YOUR cash 'unclaimed' and then STEALS it.
How does it do that? By the okay of a person called Malcolm Turnbull.
He states that it is okay to steal YOUR cash, after a period of time.
Since when can a politician override a 'common law' crime?
Obviously in a penal colony he can.
If you had your superannuation stolen by an (unlawful) organisation called the Australian Tax Office (ATO), file a criminal charge of theft against the head of the thieving organisation, currently Chris Jordan. Sue him (his 'person'). Sue the company. Sue the government.
If YOU take no action, 'they' get away with THEFT.
If you wish to find who's who in the ATO zoo you can click on this link:
where you will allegedly find a pdf of the "ATO organisational structure", but currently as of this post, this information is not available...
ATO organisational structure (PDF, 72kb)This link will download a file
WARNING. 'conspiracy theory' in the following sentences:
An IBM #censusfail glitch or a HP server malfunction or maybe they just don't want the slaves to know who is in office.
The 'authorities' showing / telling the tax slaves they have little to no rights.
Still not hurting enough?
Too much footy and beer in the fridge to do something about it?