Monthly Archives: May 2019

The Donoghue Decision: “Good neighbour” versus Australia’s “appropriate compliance measures” murders.

A 1932 House of Lord decision. Donoghue v. Stevenson, highlights the failure of the Australian Federal Government to meet its duty of care obligations to welfare recipients, with the result that an as yet undisclosed number of officially “irrelevant” deaths have occurred. These deaths are now the subject of a complaint to the International criminal Court alleging Genocide and Crimes against Humanity on a holcaust scale.
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Genocide complaint filed with the International criminal Court” Will families of Centrelink’s fatal “mistakes” get almost $29 Trillion in compensation?

I have filed a Genocide and Crimes against Humanity complaint with the International Criminal Court. – see https://wp.me/p1n8TZ-1h5   US$20 Million compensation per death? Are each of the 2,030 families of Centrelink’s Robo Debt (Mark 2) fatal “mistakes” entitled to … Continue reading

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