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Part 44(A) Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Cardinal George Pell, his lawyers, and about 1.5 Billion Catholic Christians need to read this letter to Victorian Supreme Court Justice Macaulay. (So also does every Australian.)

Cardinal George Pell, his lawyers, and about 1.5 Billion Catholic Christians, including the Pope, need to read this letter to a Victorian Supreme Court judge, Justice Macaulay. This is the 1st, and at 3,510 words, the shortest of 3 letters … Continue reading

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Part 21: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Once more the Federal Police are asked to investigate these crimes.

Based upon available such as the Denley Letter and Federal Agent Pearce, both of which have been published in a number of previous Ronald’s space postings, it appears that the policy of the The Australian Federal Police is to officially … Continue reading

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Part 8(a): Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. Has “Bronnie”, the former Queen of the skies cleared the way for a Federal Police investigation?

A request to the Australian Federal Police to uphold the law instead of “government protocols” when it comes to the problem of rorting by federal politicians. Continue reading

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Beyond the High Court’s “statutory fiction” decision: Politicians are still apparently rorting the system and the Federal Police are still apprently refusing to investigate.

Over a period of decades, federal politicians like Tony Abbott and other members of the Federal Parliament may have ripped off several million dollars from the Parliamentary “Entitlements Fund. However, consistent to the last, the Federal Police still refuse to … Continue reading

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Beyond the High Court’s “statutory fiction” decision: From the sublime to the ridiculous – Quentin Bryce knew what she was doing when she signed that “statutory fiction” into Law in 2011.

“There is only one step from the sublime to the ridiculous” said Napoleon Bonaparte and Australia’s Governor-General, Quentin Bryce, certainly proved the truth of that statement. Ms Bryce knew precisely what she was doing when in 2011 she signed the … Continue reading

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Beyond the High Court’s ‘Jailgate’ Decision: The Australian National Audit Office gives welfare recipients the ‘One-finger-salute’. The question is, Why?

Bill Bonney, a senior Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) official has demonstrated that when it comes to closing gates that should not be closed, and also in giving Australian welfare recipients a one-finger-salute, Australia’s public servants are experts are truly … Continue reading

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