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Part 22: Australia’s “irrelevant” Crimes Against Humanity – Insight into the bloody-minded role of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

On 1st January 2016, the Australian Department of Human Servioces violated the civil rights of 73,000 Australians by sending “Account payable” notifications for amounts up to $800. These notifications skipped the no so minor detailk that the primary facts of the matter as to who was responsible for the alleged overpayments had not first been determined by a court. Thanks to Ms. Tracie Mitchell of Cowra in NSW, on 7th January the DHS withdrew the claims stating that a computer glitch had occurred. the more likely senario is that it was a deliberate attempt to compell these people to rep[ay a debt that legally the Commonwealth of Australia should have waived under s1,237A of the Social security Act. Numerous case laws laws decisions in this posting highlight why the “Account payable” demands may have been fraudulent. Continue reading

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Rinehart Syndrome: Beyond Quotagate and Breach-gate. The bureaucratic assult and ‘rape’ of a unversity student by the SSAT.

‘Jay’ is an alias for a university student who was emotionally abused and traumatized by the Social Security Administrative Appeals Tribunal system. If you are reading this posting ‘Jay’, I have some ideas for you to consider, so please read … Continue reading

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The role of Australia’s mass media regulations in the death of Jacintha Saldanha. Part 3n, section 5:- Some are more equal than others.

“The ACMA does not investigate politicians or participants in broadcasts.” [ The short link URL for this postings is: http://wp.me/p1n8TZ-dL ] I believe that the unstated point to be added to the above “does not investigate” comment is that it … Continue reading

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