Monday, September 25, 2017

Australia The Concealed Colony the book the federal police removed from bookshelves

It seems that the people in the 'Australian Government' are in full swing to cover up the deception and fraud committed by them against the good people of Australia.

In order for the masses not to know the legal and political reality they live in, within Australia, the Australian Federal Police last year have removed a book by the title;

Australia - The Concealed Colony

We have obtained information that this book is impossible to obtain in hard copy from bookshops.

However, this book is available in pdf (464p, 40MB) format;


Uncle Al said...

Thanks for posting The Concealed Colony, but only the Chinese government was interested and continue to use that information against the Australian government and its peoples. Thanks anyway.


Unknown said...

I would like to be able to download it do you know when I can do this

Unknown said...

I would also like to download it too thanks.

rodrickau said...

Thanks for this post. I run into systemic corruption every day.Similar documents were published by the Metal Workers Unions in the late 60's and 70's 80's. It goes on and is a revolving door. As long as the plastic keeps working and the power is on. All what matters.

bloggs .. mr bloggs said...

Jenni, simply click on the black arrow in the right tp corner and follow the prompts in the top right corner when a new browser window opens

Uncle Al said...

My work is succeeding! I recommend Aussies learn Mandarin and how to eat with chopsticks.


Techie said...

So how do I download it

AuCorp said...

NOT a very good 'Techie' if you can't figure that one out.

Might be time to read a book... something along the lines of 'Downloading for Dummies', but since you haven't got the skill set required to download it, you'd have to get off your arse and walk into a book store and purchase it.

James T said...

I am just posting something interesting I have found out about the Australia Act 1986 (UK) on When the Merchant Shipping Act 1995 was passed in the UK, it included the repeal of Section 4 of the Australia Act 1986, which was to come into effect in 1996. Yet, the Australia Act 1986 we read on an Australian data base such as Austlii does not list this 1995 amendment and as such, the amendment made in the UK has been ignored!
See for proof!