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Part 52j: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. How the South Australian Police missed the boat when Centrelink admitted that 2,030 of its Robo-Debt victims were dead

Australia’s Appropriate Compliance Measures are very real, as  a Triple J’s Hack posting about 2,030 Robo-Debt deaths has just revealed. NOTE: The short link to this posting is:   https://wp.me/p1n8TZ-1gl Check this link:  https://www.pedestrian.tv/news/centrelink-robo-debt-deaths-data/ Finally, after 15 years of lobbying and hunting … Continue reading

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Part 28: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Why are the “irrelevant” breaching fatalities legally Crimes against Humanity?

Australia’s “No show. No Dole” laws are more than unconstitutional; the violate Article 7 of the Rome Statute and Australian criminal laws. Protected from prosecution by Australian law enforcement agencies, there may be valid legal grounds for an investigation under Article 17.2 of the Rome Statute. Continue reading

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Part 16: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity – How Centrelink letters violate Australian criminal laws

Given that over a period of several decades the civil rights of  somewhere between 3 to 5 million people on welfare have been violated by the Australian Federal Parliament, an unreported, “irrelevant”,  classified death toll of between 15,000 – 60,000 … Continue reading

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Part 9: Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity. The day the High Court ruled against in-house legal decisions by ‘regulatory authorities’, e.g. Centrelink.

One of the powerhouse forces driving Australia’s “irrelevant” crimes against humanity is the illegal ‘legal decisions’ routinely made by Centrelink. These decisions come in 2 basic categories: Breaching – the ‘legal’ determination by that welfare recipients have “breached” their Mutual … Continue reading

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Beyond the High Court’s statutory fiction decision: It is time to put “Quotagate” under the microscope.

Given the choice between owning up to a mistake they had made that could cost taxpayers up to $11.4 Billion in compensation, or committing a Crime against Humanity by voting in support of “statutory fiction”, human rights violating legislation 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 role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Part 3L: Professional Negligence: the foreseeable risks?

Did professional negligence combine with a culture of reckless indifference to cause the tragic death of Jacintha Saldanha? [ READERS NOTE: I have re-drafted my initial posting of Part 3L in order to focus on some key empirical facts that … Continue reading

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