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Part 51. Australia’s “irrelevant” holocaust. What His Holiness, Pope Francis, and the world’s Catholic community need to know about the sentencing of Archbishop Wilson.

Magistrate Robert Stone would have been faced with a serious legal problem with the sentencing of Archbishop Wilson because the content of this letter. As the content below reveals, if the Newcastle Local Court registrar, Damian Bultitude, had not blocked … Continue reading

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Part 23: Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. Sending letters to the dead.

When it comes to Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity, i.e. Breaching penalties triggered fatalities+++, or Centrelink’s fraudulent “Waivergate” scam, these abuses are hard to top. However, when it comes to federal government departments doing outrageous and totally bizarre things that … 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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The High Court’s ‘Jailgate’: Implications – a letter to the Federal Police re ‘Votegate’ and the other swept-under-rug political rip-offs.

On the 8th May 2013 the High Court handed down its second ‘Jailgate’ decision, a decision that has the potential to open a lot of ‘gates’ that never should have been locked such as ‘Travelgate’, ‘Perksgate’,  and the AFP’s outrageously … Continue reading

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