Saturday, February 10, 2018

Positions Vacant in the Office of Deputy Prime Minister


Apparently Barnaby Joyce is hiring;


To those who have no idea of who they're applying to, apparently he's a national party animal:


Politicians defrauding Aussie taxpayers in falsified 'Money for Mates' jobs


It is no wonder that the 'building' did not want to air out its dirty laundry with regards to Barnaby Joyce's (you know the person who is Australia's PM when the real PM is away) affair against his wife where what also would be revealed is that the staffer (Ms. Campion) got a high paid job from a made up role.



Ms. Campion is not a 'victim' in this matter but rather a person who is defrauding Australian taxpayers by accepting the (falsely made) job she is in.


This action is defrauding the Australian taxpayers of their hard earned cash, where in reality there should be an inquiry across the whole board into positions that are not realistically necessary.

If you support this action then there is no need to write a my will letter to your federal MP into an inquiry into the 'Money for Mates' jobs scam created by Australia's MPs.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Australian politicians support 'extreme capitalism'


So, keeping this post as brief as possible:-

Australia is NOT a democracy but rather a;
fascist state, corporatocracy. colony, police state or whatever other descriptions you choose to use.

ONE example example of democracy being thrown out the door is that the proper law making process in Queensland was destroyed with the UNLAWFUL abolition of the 'Upper House' in 1922.

Among many other great quotes, Richard Stallman in the below video @7:58 :

"We're heading for total disaster if we don't put an end to extreme capitalism and re-establish democracy"

EXCELLENT interview on business, governments and politics.

(640 x 480, 137MB download);


Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Barnaby Joyce a cheater in his private life and public life?

Keeping this post as brief as possible, without the nitty gritty...

As the people in Canberra put it, the 'building' knew about his cheating ways, but in the deceptive manner the government operates, kept this info hush hush.



How can you trust a politician that is deceptive in his private life?

Definitely not a man of integrity.

The mainstream media knew about this for quite some time, but kept it quiet during Joyce's Armidale bi election.

The 'system' supports criminal activities of imported savages

It looks like the message from the judicature is loud and clear to the imported savages that you can commit criminal activity against the good people of Australia and get away with it.

It seems like a conspiracy against the good people of Australia in order to terrorise them.

It's also a good way of keeping the court system busy, with repeat customers offenders.

See article from 3aw.com.au on 7 Feb 2018 of the headline:

No conviction for Highpoint thug who attacked police officer


A teenager who kicked a police officer in the face has walked free on probation after just one month behind bars.

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was already on probation for crimes including a home invasion when he kicked the police officer in the face at Highpoint shopping centre on Boxing Day.

The senior constable was on his hands and knees at the time, detaining a shoplifter.

The Herald Sun reports the Children’s Court last week sentenced the teenager to nine months of probation without conviction, allowing him to start his VCE this week.

Attorney-General Martin Pakula told 3AW News police prosecutors did not request a custodial sentence, “so there’s probably a bit more to it”.

But Police Association secretary Wayne Gatt told Ross and John “I’m not sure it’s the job of the police to do the job of the courts”.

“At least in this case … a conviction should’ve been recorded.

“I’d like to say members are shocked but they’re probably not, to be honest.

“It send the wrong message to members of our police force.”

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Card skimmer at an ANZ ATM

Do you really think that cards are safer than cash?

See video (1024 x 576, 3MB) :


See also video from the people at Mythbusters where the card companies (Texas Instruments, American Express, VISA, Discover among many others) put a gag order on the producers on how (easily) hackable the technology is.

Video size  640 x 480, 15MB:

Monday, February 5, 2018

Cabinet Files - YOUR right to remain silent nearly removed by Howard



Make no mistake that the people in government treat their tax slave population as their primary enemy.

Every single new law being put into circulation is another action that either enslaves the herd population even more or removes their lawful rights.

As a result of the "Cabinet Files" government stuff up, information has made it into the public with regards to certain workings within government.

This information should be in the public arena, especially the documentation that does not jeopardise "national security" (whatever that means) that has been marked AUSTEO (which means they are to be seen by "Australian eyes only".

A fundamental of criminal law is that one has the right to remain silent in order not to self incriminate, a law also the members of police are fully aware of and exercise this right also.

Ex prime minister Mr. John Howard nearly took this right away from the people of Australia.

Now is that an honourable action, by a person in a position of authority?

We know that if this law would have been passed it would have been done so unlawfully.

All part of the Penal Colony Policies in force for the Police State of Australia.

See text from abc.net.au under the  headline:

Right to remain silent nearly removed under Howard

John Howard's National Security Committee (NSC) gave serious consideration to removing an individual's unfettered right to remain silent when questioned by police.

The powerful committee's debate on counter-terrorism laws came just after the arrest of Mohammed Haneef and is documented in files marked "secret" and "AUSTEO", which stands for Australian eyes only.

Dr Haneef was accused of providing assistance in the 2007 Glasgow terror attack, but amid huge public controversy, the allegations were later disproven and Dr Haneef was awarded compensation by the Australian government.

The cabinet documents reveal then-attorney-general Philip Ruddock pushed for a range of new offences while Dr Haneef was still under investigation.

Critically, one of the proposals was to modify the right to remain silent during a terrorism investigation.

"I would also like NSC to consider whether amendments should be made to a suspect's right to remain silent to allow a court to draw adverse inferences in a terrorism trial where an accused relies on evidence which he or she failed to mention when questioned by police," Mr Ruddock wrote in his NSC submission.

The proposal was supported by the Australian Federal Police and ASIO, but rejected by the majority of the senior ministers in the NSC.

Liberal MP Kevin Andrews is the only current politician who was a member of the NSC at that time.
Current ASIO director-general Duncan Lewis was then an adviser in the prime minister's National Security Division and along with a colleague, he argued strongly against Mr Ruddock's proposal.

"Implementing a new provision to allow adverse inferences to be drawn from a failure to mention something when questioned is likely to involve more risks than benefits and will engage lawyers much earlier on in any investigation," Mr Lewis wrote.

He also warned the raft of proposed changes would be controversial.

"Any strengthening of the counter-terrorism powers will attract significant media and public debate," Mr Lewis said.

A spokeswoman for Mr Howard told the ABC he did not comment on discussions in the NSC, but pointed out that no such change to the law was made.

The ABC has also contacted Mr Ruddock and Mr Andrews for comment.

Aadhaar - 1.2 Billion slaves catalogued

There is never a shortage of slaves (willingly?) getting catalogued.

Source: Wikipedia:

Aadhaar (English: Foundation) is a 12-digit unique identity number issued to all Indian residents based on their biometric and demographic data. The data is collected by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), a statutory authority established in January 2009 by the Government of India, under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, following the provisions of the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and other Subsidies, benefits and services) Act, 2016.[1]

Aadhaar is the world's largest biometric ID system, with over 1.19 billion enrolled members as of 30 November 2017,[3] representing over 99% of Indians aged 18 and above.[4] World Bank Chief Economist Paul Romer described Aadhaar as "the most sophisticated ID programme in the world".[5] Considered a proof of residence and not a proof of citizenship, Aadhaar does not itself grant any rights to domicile in India.[6] In June 2017 the Home Ministry clarified that Aadhaar is not a valid identification document for Indians travelling to Nepal and Bhutan.[7] Aadhaar has been compared to the Social Security number of the United States, although Aadhaar has more uses and fewer safeguards.[8]

Prior to the enactment of the Act, the UIDAI functioned, since 28 January 2009, as an attached office of the Planning Commission (now NITI Aayog). On 3 March 2016 a money bill was introduced in the Parliament to give legislative backing to Aadhaar.[9] On 11 March 2016 the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and other Subsidies, benefits and services) Act, 2016, was passed in the Lok Sabha.[10][11]

Aadhaar is the subject of several rulings by the Supreme Court of India. On 23 September 2013 the Supreme Court issued an interim order saying that "no person should suffer for not getting Aadhaar",[12] adding that the government cannot deny a service to a resident who does not possess Aadhaar, as it is voluntary and not mandatory.[13] The court also limited the scope of the program and reaffirmed the voluntary nature of the identity number in other rulings.[14][15][16][16][17] On 24 August 2017 the Indian Supreme Court delivered a landmark verdict affirming the right to privacy as a fundamental right, overruling previous judgments on the issue.[18] As of November 2017 a five-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court is yet to hear various cases relating to the validity of Aadhaar[19] on various grounds including privacy, surveillance, and exclusion from welfare benefits. On 9 January 2017 the five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court of India reserved its judgement on the interim relief sought by petitions to extend the deadline making Aadhaar mandatory for everything from bank accounts to mobile services. The court said that the final hearing for the extension of Aadhaar Linking Deadlines will start on 17 January 2018.[20] Some civil liberty groups such as the Citizens Forum for Civil Liberties and the Indian Social Action Forum (INSAF) have also opposed the project over privacy concerns.[21][22][23]

Despite the validity of Aadhaar being challenged in the court, the central government has pushed citizens to link their Aadhaar numbers with a host of services, including mobile sim cards, bank accounts, the Employee Provident Fund, and a large number of welfare schemes including but not limited to the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, the Public Distribution System, and old age pensions.[24] Recent reports suggest that HIV patients have been forced to discontinue treatment for fear of identity breach as access to the treatment has become contingent on producing Aadhaar.[25]

Read more at:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aadhaar

 

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Facebookistan



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Protected Sensitive Cabinet Document - Youth Employment Package Options

With regards to the recent government sale of document storage furniture




See document;

PROTECTED Sensitive: Cabinet (Attachment A) on Youth Employment Package Options:


Australia the Police State speech falls on deaf ears



A video has been shared on youtube with regards to a speech made by Australian MP Andrew Wilkie, where he is warning the Australian Parliament that Australia is becoming a Police State.

We say otherwise.

What is commonly known as Australia today or technically New South Wales back then, became a British "possession" on 28th of April 1770, where Captain Cook together with Joseph Banks and Dr. Solander took the country under the name of King George the Third.

When the First Fleet arrived on the 26th of January 1788, Martial law was installed on the people of the land, where it has already progressed to a Police State many years ago.

If you notice the above screen capture from the video from the Australian Parliament, apart from the doorman and the administration staff, Mr. Wilkie is talking only to 3 (three) people that the camera can see.

Such an important matter and ONLY three people to tell it to?

Well it's blatantly obvious that the other MP's do not care that the subjects of Her Majesty live in a Police State.

See video (720p, 14m35s and 70MB download size):


The best part about this is that the people's silence is acquiescence.