A look into Corporate fraud in Australia, Stranglehold of Monopolies, Telecommunications Oppression, Biased Law System, Corporate influence in politics, Industrial Relations disadvantaging workers, Outsourcing Australian Jobs, Offshore Banking, Petrochemical company domination, Invisibly Visible.
It's not what you see, it's what goes on behind the scenes.
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA (ABN: 122 104 616)
Australia's Prime Minister (CEO) Tony Abbott : "Australia is Open for Business"
Victoria Police are committing criminal activities against
Melbourne drivers every single day and they're getting away with literally 'highway
So how does one deal with the situation?
Like one would with a 'common' criminal.
Make the allegation in the appropriate forum,
Refer to the relevant sections of law,
Seek a 'remedy', for harm against your 'person'.
It's that easy right?
One aspect that some people may overlook is that fines are
literally unlawful, unless before a 'court' (of competent jurisdiction), where that also presents
some difficulties for those in charge of this so called court.
The 'problem' is that you have to call it, i.e. comprehend
the proper due process of lawfully enacted laws and document the (many) points
of failure along the way.
One 'law' that is being relied upon with regards to your
'fine' is the unlawfully enacted Melbourne City Link Act 1995. All you have to
do is prove it, that's all, along with the other 'failures' of government along
Other laws you may want to refer to could be;
Police Act 2013, Infringements Act 2006, Constitution Act 1975, Royal Style and
Titles Act 1973, Australia Act 1986, and the Act of which ever court you're
appearing in, e.g. Magistrates' Court Act 1989, Commonwealth of Australia
Constitution Act 1900,
just to name a few as there are plenty more depending
how thoroughly you wish to expose the corruption and fraud of the people in
You have already been 'fined' once, and then you are the
proud recipient of another 'harsh and unreasonable penalty' on the second and
third day for an alleged offence that occurred once.
For those who are familiar with the correct due process of
law, there are many other aspects (deliberately) omitted in this post, as this
post is not designed to provide a complete solution to the fraud that Victoria
Police are committing together with Transurban and other agencies along the way including but not limited to;
- CCV (Civic Compliance Victoria),
- DoJ&R (Department of Justice and Regulation),
- Magistrates' Court of Victoria,
- Sheriff's Office Victoria (or whatever other name / logo they go by in whichever year),
- Supreme Court of Victoria.
EVERY SINGLE (alleged) 'fine' MUST BE CONTESTED !
Will YOU let them get away with criminal activity against your 'person' ???
The bane of Australia's information and communications technology is Telstra.
A private company which is in charge of the Australian peoples communication infrastructure.
Why is it the "Australian peoples"?
Because the people payed for it (via their taxes), where it was unlawfully taken over by the private sector, but that is another matter for a dozen posts or so.
Telstra has stifled competition, by not allowing other companies to access the infrastructure already payed for by the Australian people.
An all too common 'problem' is that in 2017 in a 'new' suburb of a capital city, a household may not be able to get;
- the advertised internet speeds,
- internet from the competition, as Telstra has (deliberately) not allocated enough slots,
- any internet (landline) connection at all.
Telstra employs a 'low quality' migrant workforce which is based on a cheap (dollars per hour) cost rather than employing a (plentiful) skilled 'Australian' workforce.
Once the low quality workers stuff up the work, Telstra then gets another 'resource' to fix the problem, which comes at a cost to the customer. In effect work that did not need to be re-done if the correct resource was used in the first place.
Telstra has sacked many good workers only to replace them with cheap overseas outsourced labour, in questionable IT 'datacentres', with very low regards to privacy or customer data security.
At the end of the day, the shareholders, customers and 'mums and dads investors' pay for the incompetence of Telstra's management.
If you have been hacked as a result of Telstra's negligence we recommend you sue Telstra.
The results of these appalling business practices have been loosely touched on by the mainstream media in an article of the headline;
Mobile porting: Illegal hack 'happening more than we know'
One Telstra customer had her Telstra number stolen four time and the telco’s response was futile. Picture: Claudia Baxter
Katie Fletcher had her mobile number stolen and ported to a different
carrier she knew it was bad news, but she didn’t necessarily expect it
would lead to her friends having thousands of dollars drained from their
Ms Fletcher, 30, who works in Sydney and lives on
the central coast has had her Telstra number illegally ported an
astonishing four times in the past 18 months.
After stealing her
number, hackers were able to gain access to her e-mails and from there
collect personal details of her contacts and begin hacking their
accounts. She believes a huge number of her friend’s personal accounts
were hacked stemming from her number being ported.
“I stopped counting when I got to 33,” she told news.com.au.
time her own bank account was compromised, Commonwealth Bank stopped
the offender from withdrawing money but some of her friends weren’t so
lucky and had up to “thirty or forty thousand dollars drained from their
accounts” which took months to get back, she said.
failing to adequately defend against unauthorised porting, cyber
criminals are using the simple trick to steal people’s mobile numbers
and use it to burrow into their digital lives. Given that most important
accounts rely on two-factor authentication, which involves receiving a
text message code to log into the account, the momentary access can be
all they need to cause harm.
In most instances, fraudsters simply
need an account number for your mobile provider and your date of birth
to move the number across and begin wreaking havoc.
Goldsworthy is a former detective inspector for the Queensland police
who now works as an assistant professor at Bond University. He began
researching the prevalence of illegal porting earlier this year but says
reliable data is almost non existent.
“No one seems to be collecting the data,” he told news.com.au. At least no one who is willing to share.
Last month he delivered a talk on the topic at the International
Conference on Cybercrime and Computer Forensics in which he made the
suggestion that there has been a regulatory failure in Australia when it
comes to dealing with the issue.
At the conference “I ran into a
police source and he said they’re getting hundreds of them (porting
complaints), mostly referred to them by the banks,” he said.
April the NSW police created a phone porting category for complaints
however if they do get reported to police or consumer bodies, most cases
typically get filed as instances of generic fraud.
“The actual offence numbers are getting diluted,” Dr Goldworthy said. “The problem is: who are we reporting to?
“I’m sure it’s happening more than we know.”
Terry Goldsworthy spent 28 years working for the Queensland police. Picture: Gosling RichardSource:News Limited
The issue made headlines earlier in the year
when ABC journalist Tracey Holmes was the victim of unauthorised
porting. She believed someone likely got hold of her mail after she
moved house to get access to her Telstra account number and then managed
to find her date of birth online to carry out the attack.
Telstra told news.com.au that it was “working to strengthen our
identification and verification procedures even further” because it
recognised the increased threat level because of the growing
“availability of individual’s personal information on social media and
other open platforms.” Telstra says it is continuing to do so, but
couldn’t provide any concrete examples.
The first time it happened
to Ms Fletcher was in March last year. Usually, it takes about a week
for victims to get their number back. It happened to her again a year
later and the third time her number was stolen, the hacker simply ported
the number to a new SIM card on a Telstra account.
At one point, a Telstra employee called the number and someone else picked up, Ms Fletcher said.
“By the fourth time they just wouldn’t help me, they (Telstra) were useless.”
to what many disgruntled customers claim about the reality on the
ground, Telstra says its porting processes are identical for pre-paid
and post-paid services and comply with industry regulations.
number of affected customers who spoke to news.com.au have called on
the telcos to ensure staff actually carry out the proper checks when
porting numbers to make sure the correct procedure is followed and the
number belongs to the person porting it.
“They all talk in
generics, but what are they actually gonna do?” Dr Goldworthy said of
industry assertions that it is addressing the problem.
In the case of Ms Fletcher, not much.
“Telstra’s advice was to just go somewhere else because we can’t stop it from happening,” she said.
Australia is truly a politically unique country / continent of this inhabited planet.
A penal colony of the British Empire, where its constitution allows the slave population to have ultimate authority over the people in parliament, where the slaves have chosen not to assert this 'authority', and sit on the couch with beer in hand watching ' da fooody'.
It's also a place where there is a [deliberate by design] sad state of affairs with regards to politics, where (any?) criminal can become a Member of Parliament.
The fact that Roberta Williams (a convicted criminal) has made an announcement that she has the desire to enter politics, and the fact that they will allow her to enter, is proof that literally any criminal can run this country.
Foul mouthed gutter trash Roberta Williams lived like a pig, trashed rented properties, is now in politics.
Your best 'assumption' about Australian politicians is that they are criminals first (you know guilty until proven innocent) and work your way up from there.