Saturday, May 4, 2019

The Australian Government's jobs farce

The Australian Government is well known for creating jobs in 'money for mates' scams, for example in politics (Barnaby Joyce's high price (to the taxpayer) whore) or high dollar falsified tenders (NBN, anyone?) or at a state level Tennix, Transurban, etc.

Highly polarised topics like immigration, refugees, student imports and jobs are excellent election campaign hooks.

The government falsifies jobless figures, as this statictic is used for economic purposes.

No doubt the serf population would have heard that the Australian Government will do this or that in order to boost or create jobs, but these claims could be an erroneous at the best of times.

See how the government falsely claims the creation of new jobs as a result of a penalty rate cut in the following article from The Age newspaper from the 26th of April 2019:


Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The corporation aggregate known as the Australian Government is illegal


From the video below:

In 2004 Ian Henke wins a court case in England that the Australian Government is 'illegal'.

In 2011 Ian Henke is incarcerated in Brisbane for tax fraud.

The Tax commissioner has stated that:

"... if you are participating in illegal schemes using overseas tax secrecy jurisdictions, it's only a matter of time before we find you..."

REALLY ??? !!! ??? Some 'persons' are deliberately not found.

Some 'minorities' are allowed to get away with fraud.

Do you know of any politicians that are using tax havens to invest their ill gotten gains?


See video:



This above video (from 2011) has been uploaded on the 6th of May 2018, and as of this post has (only) been viewed 95 times.

Let's make Australia(n government) legit, again.

Australia uses China's enslaving technology on its citizens

From the inception of this colony, the general population are seen as a threat to those in authority and  therefore treated as such, i.e. enemies of the state.

The people being the enemy of those in government is not a new concept or even remotely a 'conspiracy theory' but rather a fact throughout the ages, which is documented by scholars like Noam Chomsky.

Irrespective of Australia being an island or continent, or allegedly unmanned land mass before the colonialist's arrival, it is a colony where those in government have the serfs sorted out into blind subservience within a totalitarian government, corporatocracy, fascist régime, police state or (hidden) dictatorship (depending on one's point of view).

As other scholars and Chomsky point out, governments use the lastest technology available to them (which differs from the technology given to the masses / 'consumers') to be used against the people.

While the Black Mirror episode Nosedive may be a fictional description of events, its idea or implemention is a reality in China and also the colony called Australia.

Note that Australia has implemented various forms of 'social control', which may not be that obvious to the average 'Joe'.

See article from 30 Apr 2019 by Real News Australia of the headline:

China’s Big Brother Social Control Goes to Australia



Australia is preparing to debut its version of the Chinese regime’s high-tech system for monitoring and controlling its citizens. The launch, to take place in the northern city of Darwin, will include systems to monitor people’s activity via their cell phones.

The new system is based on monitoring programs in Shenzhen, China, where the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is testing its Social Credit System. Officials on the Darwin council traveled to Shenzhen, according to NT News, to “have a chance to see exactly how their Smart Technology works prior to being fully rolled out.”

In Darwin, they’ve already constructed “poles, fitted with speakers, cameras and Wi-Fi,” according to NT News, to monitor people, their movements around the city, the websites they visit, and what apps they use. The monitoring will be done mainly by artificial intelligence, but will alert authorities based on set triggers.

Just as in China, the surveillance system is being branded as a “smart city” program, and while Australian officials claim its operations are benign, they’ve announced it functions to monitor cell phone activity and virtual fencesthat will trigger alerts if people cross them.

“We’ll be getting sent an alarm saying, ‘There’s a person in this area that you’ve put a virtual fence around.’ … Boom, an alert goes out to whatever authority, whether it’s us or police to say ‘look at camera five,’” said Josh Sattler, the Darwin council’s general manager for innovation, growth, and development services, according to NT News.

The nature of the “virtual fences” and what type of activity will sound an alarm still isn’t being made clear.

The system is being promoted as mostly benign. Sattler said it will tell the government “where people are using Wi-Fi, what they’re using Wi-Fi for, are they watching YouTube, etc. All these bits of information we can share with businesses. … We can let businesses know, ‘Hey, 80 percent of people actually use Instagram within this area of the city, between these hours.’”

The CCP’s smart city Social Credit System is able to monitor each person in the society, tracking every element of their lives—including their friends, online purchases, daily behavior, and other information—and assigns each person a citizen score that determines their level of freedom in society.

The tool is a core piece of the CCP’s programs to monitor and persecute dissidents, including religious believers and people who oppose the ruling communist system.

Chinese human rights lawyer Teng Biao, a visiting scholar at New York University, described the Social Credit System as a new form of tyranny, meant to reactivate the CCP’s totalitarian hold on society.

“In the past, there was the Nazi totalitarianism and Mao Zedong’s totalitarian system, but a totalitarian system powered by the internet and contemporary technology has not existed before,” Teng said in a recent interview with The Epoch Times.

“The CCP is now taking the first step to build such a high-tech totalitarian system, by using credit ratings and monitoring and recording every detail in people’s daily life, which is very frightening.”

The regime also isn’t interested in keeping the technology within its own borders. It’s exporting the system, and its “China model” of totalitarian government, as a service of its “One Belt, One Road” program. When the CCP builds its infrastructure abroad, its surveillance and social control programs are part of the package.

In Darwin, there has been a push to jump aboard the CCP’s program. The local officials made a “friendship” deal with Yuexiu District, in Guangzhou, China, in 2018. According to John Garrick, a senior lecturer at Charles Darwin University, the deal was branded by Chinese media as “part of President Xi Jinping’s signature Belt and Road Initiative.”

That followed a previous deal between Darwin and the CCP, in which the city signed a 99-year lease of the Port of Darwin to a Chinese company and the CCP. The Chinese owner, Ye Cheng, had referred to the deal as being part of One Belt, One Road.

The deals also should raise concern for U.S. Marines stationed in Darwin, under the Obama-era pivot to the Pacific, about whether the CCP is able to monitor data collected on cell phones from its systems in the area. Under a 2011 deal between the United States and Australia, the U.S. troops will be there until 2040.

And of similar concern, the decision of Australia to begin implementing the CCP’s programs for totalitarian social control represents a major development in the CCP’s China model push.

As The Epoch Times has reported, the CCP views Australia as a testing ground for programs it wants to spread to the West. After Australia comes Canada, then the United States—in an apparent imitation of Mao Zedong’s strategy to “surround the cities with the countryside.”

Monday, April 29, 2019

Dole bludging network publishes social security recipient's details in 'horrendous breach of privacy'


Contrary to government propaganda, social security recipients are not dole bludgers but rather the companies called Job Network Providers that are supposed to serve / help / provide employment to those who need or want to work.

These companies have been setup in a 'money for mates' scam that the Australian taxpayers are being rorted, but as usual this escapes scrutiny or mainstream media exposé.

MANY employment 'businesses' falsely declare that they have found employment for their 'customers' where they also force the young jobseeker to state that the employment agency provided the lead when they did not so they can get paid by Centrelink or rather defraud the Australian taxpayer.

Due to the substandard quality of staff and resources, Centrelink recipients have now been exposed in a 'horrendous breach of privacy', where as usual the government denies any such responbility or such action ever occurring.

See article from 27 April 2019 by dailmail of the headline:

Centrelink recipients' details are posted publicly on FACEBOOK in 'horrendous breach of privacy'


  • Work-for-dole services provider posts details of Centrelink clients on Facebook
  • The service provider is part of the Government's remote employment scheme  
  • Labor's Linda Burney calls the The publication 'an horrendous breach of privacy'
  • Ms Burney argues Government needs to verify if clients have been put at risk


A remote Northern Territory work-for-the-dole services provider has published details of Centrelink clients on its Facebook page in what is being called 'a horrendous breach of privacy'.

Dozens of names of those required to attend client meetings were uploaded by the job service provider, the Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation (ALPA), to a public Facebook page.

The ALPA which is part of the Government's remote employment scheme, the Community Development Program (CDP), set up the page apparently with the intention of uploading such lists. 

The names of nearly 50 people from the remote NT community of Galiwinku (pictured) were shared on a Facebook page by a work-for-the-dole service provider


Labor's social services spokesperson, Linda Burney (pictured) has called the incident 'an horrendous breach of privacy' 

The posts, which were also uploaded to another local Facebook page, have since been deleted.

Nearly 50 people from the remote community of Galiwinku, located 500 kilometres east of Darwin, in the Northern Territory, were affected.

The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, responsible for the Community Development Program, said it was 'satisfied' privacy responsibilities had been met by the ALPA.


An ALPA spokeswoman told ABC.net that they did not believe 'this is a breach of confidentiality' and that all the CDP participants 'give… media consent when they commence as a participant.'

But Labor's social services spokesperson Linda Burney called it 'a horrendous breach of privacy' that 'has serious implications for participants.'

 'The reality is that the government's cruel and chaotic mismanagement of this broken and discriminatory program has made incidences such as this inevitable.'


'The government needs to urgently verify whether anyone had been placed at risk,' she said in a statement.

The ABC reported that a CDP 'insider' had also denounced the uploads, and like Ms Burney, has said the lists could place job seekers at risk.

'If a person has a family violence order in place to protect them, then perhaps the perpetrator would know where she was,' the source, who requested anonymity, told the ABC.

'It advertised a person is accessing welfare services, and unfortunately in Australia there's discrimination against people accessing welfare services.'

'People can be bullied for being unemployed,' they said.

Chair of the Electronic frontiers Australia, Lyndsey Jackson said the situation was 'extraordinary.'

'Extraordinary on two levels - that the organisation thought this was acceptable and that the department doubled down in their response,' she told AAP.

She said there was a disregard about how putting information in the public domain could have a lasting effect and asked why it was not a breach of the privacy act.

Members of the the union movement, which strongly opposes the current remote, work for the dole model, have also criticised the breach of privacy incident.

Union official, Lara Watson, from the Australian Council of Trade Unions, said: 'We are at a loss as to why anyone would post about workers' appointments online.'

'We were shocked at the publication of names on a social media platform.' she said.

The CDP operates across most of Australia's land mass at a cost of about $300 million annually and has already come under fire for its operations.  

The ABC reported earlier this month on claims of safety breaches by a West Australian provider, while the scheme has also been slammed because participants are forced to work more hours than non-remote job-seekers.