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Surviving the Robo-Debt Massacre: A guide that explains how to kill off a fraudulent Robo-Debt claim before it kills you.

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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 52D: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes against Humanity. Legal aspects of the 4 statutory declarations submitted to the South Australian police and the South Australian Coroner as part of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity complaints.

Below are JPG images of 4 statutory declarations, that need to be accompanied by large font size transcripts of the 4 declarations so that people reading this journal posting on a mobile phone or a small screen tablet can read … Continue reading

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The Hanger Royal Commission appears to be politically biased, i.e. pro Tony Abbott and anti ALP.

I believe that the Hanger Royal Commission may be extremely biased and so I have written a statutory declaration that will be passed on to lawyers representing people at this inquiry. [The short link to this posting is  http://wp.me/p1n8TZ-ka (Please … Continue reading

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The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha, Part 3b: An Absence of Justice.

To understand the ‘Big Picture’ about why Jacintha Saldanha died, it is necessary to understand that for some people, the “Lucky Country” has been anything but lucky. The Covert Holocaust outlined in the previous postings may seem to be a … Continue reading

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