Friday, November 10, 2017

Refugees to take your homes in Victoria the new Communist state?

Many a layperson may have an opinion about the law where they put it out on social media where others mistake it as actual facts.

Unfortunately to the novices this can lead them up the garden path, so to speak.

So, let's get a couple of 'facts' out the way with regards to the shenanigans of people in power in Victoria.

Very Briefly;

1). The lawmakers in Victoria can make whatever laws they so desire,
- even for example some far fetched idea as a law to kill babies born with blue eyes.

2). This is done 'legally' via Section 16 of the Victorian Constitution (or the Constitution Act 1975).

3). The 'Victorian Constitution' is an unlawfully enacted law.

4). No one in Australia is a "land owner", where you actually purchase the right to use the land however you see fit, to a degree.

 Problem Reaction Solution

The people in government create a 'problem' where they already have the solution where they put the 'problem' out into the community so that the solution can be implemented.

The 'problem'

The people in government created a 'problem' called housing shortage.

During something called natural growth a country's people do not experience a 'housing shortage'.

The people in the Victorian government import approximately 1500 slaves refugees per week into Melbourne.

This creates a real problem for the infrastructure as it is not built for the sudden (herd population) increase.

The government created problems burden the people with high traffic, no jobs for 'Australians' and the topic at hand - housing.

So the people with very low qualifications in government have thought of the bright idea to tax their slave / serf population for having vacant houses.

Once again under whatever 'Bill' or amendment to whatever current Act they decide to stuff it under, you can bet your (Victorian) 'Constitution' that the law is unlawful.

Will this give the policy enforcers the right to break into your home to see if you live there?

Under communist rule, if the people in government assessed that you did not 'occupy' your place,
the 'authorities' would literally move in.

Such is life in a modern day penal colony.

Another action brought to you by criminals in government.

See (text only) article from 9 Nov 2017 by the Herald Sun of the headline:

Premier Daniel Andrews warns owners “land banking” to rent or sell vacant properties

PROPERTY owners with vacant homes have just months to sell or rent them to avoid being slapped with a new tax.
The levy, predicted to rake in more than $80 million over four years, will come into effect from January 1.
It will see owners pay 1 per cent of the property’s capital improved value if they do not live in the house for more than six months a year.
The tax slug will only apply in 16 inner-city areas, including in Yarra, Melbourne, Darebin and Bayside municipalities.

Data shows more than a thousand properties are vacant in the Yarra, while more than 1700 remain empty in Moonee Valley.

A further 2500 are unused in the City of Melbourne.

Premier Daniel Andrews told property owners currently “land banking” to call a real estate agent.

“This is a common sense change,” he said.
“If your property is lying dormant, empty, if it’s not available, we need it to be.”
Holiday homes and second residences that are used will be exempt.
But it will include short-term rental, including Airbnb properties, that will need to be occupied for more than half the year.
Treasurer Tim Pallas announced the new levy as a key Budget promise last year.
It came under fire from Upper House MPs in May who said it would be “tricky” to police.
It will rely heavily on the owners reporting that their properties remain vacant.
“The state revenue office are a very efficient group of people,” Mr Andrews said.
“While in the first instance this will be a self-reporting tax, there are opportunities through utilities data and other data for us to check on compliance.
“If you fail to report, there are some very significant penalties.”

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