Monthly Archives: May 2018

Part 48: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against humanity. An email to the Financial Services Royal Commission pointing out why that is only one form of rape that the Redress Commission may have to deal with.

The text below is from an email that I am about to submit to the Financial Service Royal Commission in which I point out, (in ‘just’ 21,812 words), why the Redress Commission’s role in awarding compensation to sexually abused children … Continue reading

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Part 47. Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity: Norma – the human face of Australia’s silent holocaust.

Norma is the visible face of Australia’s silent holocaust. To understand the above statement you need to watch a 6-minute video of a ‘today tonight’ segment that was broadcast on the 8th May 2018. Before I provide the URL for … Continue reading

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