Friday, December 29, 2017
If you don't want to pay personal tax, that's your choice.
Some will even tell you that they stopped paying rates and got away with it.
Others will say that one does not need a licence, motor vehicle registration or even corporation issued number plates.
Whatever your opinion on this matter is,
it would be highly advisable to make sure your paperwork is flawless with regards to driving / traveling, licensing, not paying rates or whatever other laws spring into mind you wish to question,
PRIOR to commencing that action in commerce, on the roads, or elsewhere
otherwise your 'travels' may be of similar experience to this fella's;
Hint: A 'commercial lien' is NOT your remedy.
Thursday, December 28, 2017
recently an Adelaide man (pictured above) has come into the mainstream media spotlight for exposing (alleged?) paedophiles.
As a result Detective Superintendent Mark Wieszyk has responded quickly with a statement that (only?) police are empowered to take action against a person committing a criminal offence.
Unbeknown to most of the lay people in Australia, the above statement made by Mark Wieszyk is not entirely accurate.
Common Law or law that comes out of the courts will tell you otherwise.
From the highest court in the land, aptly named the High Court of Australia, a case called Brebner v Bruce will tell you that any person can initiate proceedings.
See the document Brebner v Bruce  HCA 36 below;
Could it be that only the police want to run this monopolised racketeering (e.g. fines) all to themselves?
It looks like it's back to 1788 we go where criminals were allowed to roam 'free' on this corporate prison island.
Since gutter trash, most likely will remain gutter trash, even if you make it a city council (Auburn) deputy major, it's still garbage and what is even better (for the garbage) is that the authorities allow this scum to stuff up the good people of Australia.
The authorities 'allowed' the Moran and Williams' families to flourish and now this scum
(proviso; as long as you give your cut to the local constabulary).
"Straya the lucky country" PMSL !!! !!! !!!
More like; Built by criminals for criminals.
See article from 27 Dec 2017 by the HS publication of the headline;
Weddings have brought together two of Australia’s most notorious families
THE wedding of Salim Mehajer’s sister to John Ibrahim’s cousin cements the union between two of Australia’s most notorious families.
THE relationship between two of Australia’s most notorious families seems to have become even stronger with a second union among the Ibrahim/Mehajer clans.
Here’s how they all fit together.
THE MEHAJER FAMILY
SALIM MEHAJER: Controversial businessman and former councillor
Brother to six sisters, Salim made himself a household name with his outrageous nuptials to Aysha Learmont.
But the limelight has not been flattering, with the former Auburn Deputy Mayor facing a public breakup as well as allegations of stalking and electoral fraud.
However, it seems he may start capitalising on his fame, announcing on Instagram in October he would be starting a wedding and event planning business.
FATIMA ELKHEIR: Facing prison sentence for electoral fraud
Fatima stood for the 2012 Auburn Council election which saw Salim elected.
She is now facing a possible prison sentence after pleading guilty to 77 charges of providing false and misleading information on Australian Electoral Commission enrolments.
Fatima, who has a baby daughter, allegedly sent text messages to Salim about their plan to submit false enrolment forms to improve their chances of winning a seat.
Both siblings stood for election as the lead candidate of two separate groups. But some of the other candidates listed, including Fatima’s husband Jamal, were not eligible for election in the area, as they did not live in the area.
The AEC believes about 76 false enrolment applications were submitted and 51 were forged.
Salim has pleaded not guilty to more than 100 charges of forging AEC enrolments and fabricating a number of addresses.
Fatima will be back before the courts on February 22.
KAT SAKALAKI: Married to Ibraham Sakalaki
Salim’s little sister, Khadijeh, otherwise known as Kat, has embraced a glamorous image since graduating from a bachelor of criminology.
One of the most media savvy of the Mehajer clan with more than 18,000 followers on Instagram, she gave news.com.au exclusive entry to her 2016 wedding to IT engineer Ibraham Sakalaki.
MARY MEHAJER: The beauty queen
Mariam, known as Mary, created controversy when she was crowned Miss Lebanon Australia 2016.
Another contestant complained to NSW Fair Trading, questioning how Mary could fairly enter when her brother’s business, Mehajer Bros, was a major sponsor. She was also allowed to enter just weeks before the event but no rules banning a last-minute entry could be found and she has retained her crown.
AIISHA MEHAJER: Married to John Ibrahim’s nephew
It was Aiisha’s marriage to Hassan Sam Sayour, the son of John Ibrahim’s sister Maha, that appears to have cemented the relationship between two of Australia’s most notorious families.
Taking place on November 18, 2017, it was preceded by a very Ibrahim-esque flourish — the shooting of John’s bodyguard Semi “Tongan Sam” Ngata the night before.
Despite the bloodshed, the ceremony, described as ‘low-key’ by Mehajer’s standards, went ahead as planned in the Merrylands backyard of John Ibrahim’s mother.
SANAA TAJJOUR: Married to John Ibrahim’s cousin
She was considered one of the low-profile sisters, along with Zena, but Sanaa has announced her presence with a bang after a seemingly whirlwind romance with Mouhamed ‘Moudi’ Tajjour.
Salim’s sister reportedly met Tajjour, a former vice president of the Nomads who previously spent time in prison for manslaughter, at her sister Aiisha’s wedding just over a month ago.
Tajjour is the cousin of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim.
The couple announced their engagement on Christmas Eve, with a wedding taking place just two days later on Boxing Day.
However, another more extravagant celebration seems to be in the works for 2018.
THE IBRAHIM FAMILY
MOUDI TAJJOUR: Bikie enforcer/convicted killer/married to Saana Mehajer
The former vice president of Nomads motorcycle club who previously spent time in prison after being convicted of manslaughter is now married to Saana Mahajer.
Tajjour is the cousin of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim and is a life member of the Nomads, having first joined the motorcycle club in 1999.
In 2006, Tajjour, his brother Sleiman and Michael Ibrahim were convicted of the manslaughter of Robin Nassour — the brother of Fat Pizza actor George Nassour.
He spent four years in jail before being released in March 2010
HASSAN SAM SAYOUR: John Ibrahim’s nephew/married to Aiisha Mehajer
The son of John Ibrahim’s sister, he is married to Salim’s sister Aiisha Mehajer.
In 2011, the then-19-year-old was shot twice in the groin while two of his associates were also wounded on a street in Old Guildford.
The shooting was believed to be the result of a dispute between two groups of young men, with suggestions it could have also been linked to a drive-by shooting in western Sydney earlier the same day.
JOHN IBRAHIM: Kings Cross nightclub owner/uncle to Hassan Sam Sayour
Labelled by the Australian news media as “Teflon John” and “The King of the Cross”, John Ibrahim is best known for his ability to avoid being convicted of illegal activities despite widespread public suspicion.
Allegations that Ibrahim is a major organised crime figure have always been floated, although he strongly denies being involved in the drug trade and other crimes.
He is the uncle of Hassan Sam Sayour, the focus of Underbelly: The Golden Mile and recently published his memoirs The Last King Of The X.
JAZZ DIOR aka MAHA SAYOUR: Mother-in-law to Aiisha Mehajer/sister to John Ibrahim
Maha Sayour legally changed her name to Jazz Dior in 2013 and is the sister of John Ibrahim and ex-Nomads bikie gang boss Sam Ibrahim, and also the mother of Hassan Sam Sayour.
In 2009, she was charged with recklessly dealing with proceeds of crime following a police raid on her South Wentworthville home where police allegedly found shrink-wrapped packets bulging with nearly $2.86 million cash in $50 and $100 notes hidden in the roof.
Then, earlier this year she was sentenced to 18 months for conspiring to supply firearms, narrowly avoiding prison.
SLEIMAN TAJJOUR: Brother of Moudi Tajjour/cousin of John Ibrahim/former Nomads National President
Former Nomads national president Sleiman “Simon” Tajjour is the brother of Moudi Tajjour who served the same four-year sentence for the 2006 manslaughter of Robin Nassour.
He is also cousin of the Ibrahims and was most recently in the headlines after being charged following a high-profile trans-international drug bust involving John Ibrahim’s brothers Fadi and Michael, and model girlfriend Sarah Budge.
It is alleged Michael used Sleiman Tajjour to supply MDMA to a business partner known as MW1.
SAM IBRAHIM: John Ibrahim’s older brother/uncle to Hassan Sam Sayour/former President of Nomads
Over the course of two decades, he has been charged and spent time in jail for a number of offences including kneecapping, kidnapping and cocaine distribution.
He most recently pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply guns as part of the racket with his sister Jazz Dior and remains a life member of the Nomads Motorcycle Club.
FADI IBRAHIM: Brother of John Ibrahim/uncle to Hassan Sam Sayour
Often described as the most reserved and private of his five high-profile siblings, Fadi was infamously shot in an attempted gangland hit at their luxury Castle Cove mansion eight years ago.
In May 2011, Fadi and his brother Michael, together with hitman Rodney Phillip “Goldy” Atkinson, were ordered to stand trial on a charge of conspiracy to murder an Ibrahim associate who was believed to be behind the near-fatal shooting.
They were acquitted of the conspiracy to murder charge in December 2012 and Michael walked free from his manslaughter sentence in August 2014.
Earlier this year he was charged following a high-profile trans-international drug bust involving his brother and Sleiman Tajjour.
MICHAEL IBRAHIM: Brother of John Ibrahim/uncle to Hassan Sam Sayour
The brother of John Ibrahim served six years for his role in the manslaughter of George Nassour with brothers Moudi and Sleiman Tajjour.
And in May 2011, Michael stood trial on a charge of conspiracy to murder the Ibrahim associate believed to behind the near-fatal shooting of Fadi. He was acquitted in 2012.
Michael walked free from his manslaughter sentence in August 2014 and quickly became involved with Sydney’s social scene and criminal underworld upon his release.
Earlier this year he was charged following a high-profile trans-international drug bust involving his brother and Sleiman Tajjour.
SEMI “TONGAN SAM” NGATA: Bodyguard of John Ibrahim
Earlier this year Tongan Sam was hospitalised after being shot in the back just metres from where the wedding ceremony of Hassan Sam Sayour and Aiisha Mehajer took place.
The wound came after he moved into the path of the bullet to protect the bride-to-be in the backyard of Ibrahim’s mother’s home, with a source claiming it was meant to be a “warning shot”.
Wednesday, December 27, 2017
Unbeknown to the general population and a great industry kept secret, electoral fraud in Australia is rife.
How can one trust these people to 'govern' (i.e. hold back) the good people of Australia?
This is only one example done by the Liberal Party,
as documented on 28 Jun 2016 by abc.net.au of the headline;
Liberal Party letters change women's surnames to match their male housemate
Photo: A letter from Malcolm Turnbull's election campaign. (Supplied)
A number of women have contacted the ABC to say Liberal Party election campaign material sent to their home addresses has changed their surnames to match the man they live with.
Kelly Tall said she was married but had never changed her surname, and said she was surprised when she got home yesterday and found a letter addressed incorrectly to her from Federal Liberal MP Nick Varvaris.
"We're married, but we got married in America, so I don't even think that Births, Deaths and Marriages knows about it — we never registered it here," she said.
Ms Tall said she was not pleased by the surname change.
"It's so 1950s that the assumption would be that a man and woman living together would share the same surname … it felt very presumptive," she said.
Melissa Ran said she was also shocked by the letter she and her husband received from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Liberal candidate Geoffrey Winters.
"I'm offended on two fronts," Ms Ran said.
"Firstly, I think it's quite antique and quite sexist, because it is really important to me as I enter marriage that I retain my own autonomy. I know that not every woman feels that way, which is fine, but for me that is a very important issue.
"And secondly, I think there is an archaicness [sic] to it that I think shows that the people in power in Australia today are not in touch with young people.
"Men and women can be housemates in this country, and a lot them are not even in relationships. So that's just why I'm confused about why that assumption would be made."
Alex Lee is not married and lives with her partner, and she too received a letter that used her first name and her partner's surname.
"First of all, I was just confused," she said. "And then I was pretty angry.
"I am the owner of my apartment, and my boyfriend is basically my tenant, so for them to assume that not only were we married, but that I would take his last name, it felt very strange."On social media there have been numerous examples of other women being given the surname of the man in a household — some have been siblings, others housemates.
So how did this happen?The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has denied having anything to do with the gendered gaffe.
"AEC does provide electoral roll data to political parties, but does not update an individual's surname without a name change enrolment transaction having occurred," it said in a statement.
Ms Ran said she had also contacted the Liberal Party and would like some answers.
"Last night I asked what database they use and how did they arrive at that conclusion, because it's shocking," she said.
Ms Ran said she had not yet received an answer.
The World Today contacted Liberal campaign headquarters with questions about whether the party was aware of the errors in campaign material, how widespread it was, and what it was doing to rectify the problem.
A spokesperson for the Liberal Party (NSW) provided a written statement in response:
"Human error inadvertently meant some people living at the same address were grouped together.
"This was unintentional. No discourtesy was intended and we apologise."