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"
It is truly unfortunate that many Americans look for
'guidance' from celebrities, where in reality many of those celebrities would
have a far less than ideal take on life.
So now, in comes the Hollywood influencing machine, where in
this case it has given a message to the general population that it's acceptable/preferable/desirable
to enslave your partner to the banks for 'love' or rather as a token that you
love each other consummating your marriage vowels.
In the colony called Australia, as a
result of the royal commission into banking with regards to just one sector,
there has been (only) a 'recommendation' of criminal charges as a result of approximately
14,000 breaches in the law, as opposed to actual charges being laid and the
'banksters' being physically incarcerated as a result.
If a serf had a driving record of similar calibre, would that 'person' not be allowed to conduct commerce on our roads?
Also in Australia, could it be that because it was 'in your face' (rather than something a little more hidden) that the herd population gathered in unity and
decided to take action against the ANZ bank in the High Court of Australia in
2012, under the label of Andrews v ANZ  HCA 30.
So, in general we can say that (retail) banks do not act for
the benefit of the depositor or so called 'customer'.
Please note that when you give 'your' cash (or rather fiat currency) to a bank it's no longer yours.
On Australian television, an episode of the popular series
The King of Queens was aired, where a major life changing decision was
portrayed to be made nonchalantly, without any real thought, based on the
advice of mortgage broker, which would be to his benefit and not the couple's.
Carrie and Doug apparently had 7 years left on the mortgage
(a word play on engagement until
death), where Doug presented the 'facts' i.e. brochures which he did not even
read, to further enslave the couple for 30 years, but rather went on the advice
of the broker.
The episode focused on other 'important' matters like a work
'wife' or 'husband' rather than a life changing decision, that was done and
dusted with the stroke of a pen without any real consideration.
Such an important topic was 'covered up' (oops not quite,
they did mention it in the trivia section further down the page) by the popular
site IMDb, where all that was stated with regards to the episode was:
"Carrie and a guy (Curt) from her office get along well
and when Doug finds out people at Carrie's office call Curt Carrie's 'work
husband' he feels threatened. Even though he knows Curt is gay."
Something that has been known in the industry for quite some time, yet just only now has made it out into the public arena.
Note: Huawei is at the disposal of the Chinese government, even though it may seem as an independent entity.
See article from 9 April 2019 by techjuice.pk of the headline:
Huawei asked to remove Wi-Fi transmitting cards from CCTV cameras installed in Lahore
The second largest phone maker and top telecom equipment manufacturer in the world, Huawei was asked by Punjab Safe City Authority (PSCA) to remove all ‘extra’ wi-fi cards that were installed in CCTV camera cabinets in Lahore city “due to [a] potential of misuse”, as reported by BBC.
The PSCA’s safe city project in Lahore is a surveillance program that was launched to combat terrorism following serial blasts in 2016. Huawei had installed 1,800 CCTV cameras with cabinets in the city. But, the worrying factor with Pakistani authorities was that the tech giant had placed wi-fi modules hidden behind the circuitry.
The Wi-Fi signal transmitting cards were discovered by the staff of PSCA and authorities asked the firm to remove the modules in 2017. In any case, Huawei may have removed wi-fi modules by this point.
Meanwhile, PSCA officials have acknowledged that the inclusion of wi-fi transmitting cards was mentioned in the bidding documents, but according to a source linked with the project, the reference to this was unclear, the media report added.
A Huawei spokesperson in firm’s defense said that a misunderstanding has prompted, but refused to comment further on the matter except stating that the cards were installed to provide diagnostics without requiring physical access to the CCTV camera cabinets.
It is preeminent to note here that no evidence has been found that the cards created a vulnerability in the systems. Sources have also affirmed BBC that there had not been an opportunity to test the CCTV systems if they could be exploited before the wi-fi kit was removed.
While it is understandable that wi-fi card installation makes it easier for engineers to track down malfunctions or other operational problems without opening the CCTV cabinets, the PSCA authorities cited that Huawei had not provided an app to make use of the wi-fi link. This means that the CCTV cabinets already could be managed by the surveillance system’s main control. The chief operating officer of the PSCA, Akbar Nasir Khan told BBC;
“Huawei responded to the request for their removal with promptness and has fully complied with our directions. It is always [the] choice of the parties in a contract to finalize the technical details and modules as per their requirements and local conditions. PSCA denies that there are any threats to the security of the project [and the] system was continuously checked by our consultants, including reputed firms from [the] UK.”
On the other hand, security experts are of the view that whenever remote connectivity is granted to someone for the ‘benefit of convenience’, there are always dangers of opening up doors for cyber attack. And Huawei’s reputation in the US and other European countries, who consider it as a Chinese tool of spying, is the bone of contention for Pakistani authorities to trust it with CCTV systems.
It seems that Australian advertising standards are either
not followed or they have hit rock bottom.
Sure we can go and fish out the relevant legislation, but it
really does not matter how rigged it is for corporations to profit from the
slaves in the (penal) colony we call Australia.
The Rupert Murdoch site is becoming a dumping ground for
click bait or rather false information that is 'promoted' by the media mogul.
A screen capture below showscontent that states:
"New WiFi Booster Has Internet Providers
Running Scared in Australia".
When we asked an ISP (Internet Service Provider) whether or not a Wi-Fi signal boosting product
has them worried, we were met with a response of laughter and confusion.
A Wi-Fi booster, amplifies the signals from your internet connected
Wi-Fi modem/router, which may allow an otherwise weak signal to penetrate the
furthest rooms in a two storey residence or allows you to browse the internet
from your device from further points outside of your residence, like the
neighbour's swimming pool.
At no point does this device have the ISP "running
Upon a refresh of a page within the news.com.au site, the
corporate slave/data provider/user is greeted with another new false headline
generated message promoted by Rupert Murdoch.
This time the claim is that the new Wi-Fi booster
"Stops Expensive Internet in Australia", as seen within the screen capture below:
News Flash: The ONLY way to "stop expensive internet in
Australia" is to disconnect from it and find a better deal yourself,
something your Wi-Fi 'booster' is incapable of doing, well today anyway.
You never know, in the future your internet connected
scissors may tell you that they're feeling homicidal and need to slice some
But then some retarded group of humans might get together
and claim that paper has feelings too you know, where by that stage Victoria
Police will have the authority to incarcerate you for breathing too much oxygen
for that particular minute, as reported by your mobile phone to them, but
that's a digression.
In the good ol' days promoted or sponsored content had a
label affixed to the illustration that clearly marked it as "promoted",
whereas now this can be quite easily overlooked by the serf.
Kudos to you Mr. Rupert Murdoch in your offshore tax havens
for your deception.