Saturday, June 28, 2014
The ingredients that are on the label are shown below:
950 - Acesulphane potassium:
200 times sweeter than sugar, has a bitter after taste. Used widely as artificial sweetener in low joule gums, drinks, diet foods, etc. Possible carcinogen in humans, caused cancer in test animals. Suggested that it is worse than Aspartame or Saccharin. AVOID IT!
951 - Aspartame:
See separate article. Artificial sweetener, too many adverse effects possible to list, 92 documented with the US FDA!, Some people are allergic to aspartame, migraine headaches are a common reaction in these people. Research currently in the USA in regard to incidence of brain tumours. Diet drinks containing it are banned for U.S. Airforce pilots and in an pilots magazine, commercial pilots are told to avoid it. In 9,000 products from low joule to pharmaceuticals. AVOID IT!
952 - Cyclamic Acid:
Calcium & sodium cyclamate, artificial sweetener; known to cause migraines and other reactions, can be carcinogenic, caused damage to rats testicles and mouse embryos in tests.
Banned in the US and UK due its links with cancer. AVOID IT!
Thursday, June 26, 2014
IS LOCAL GOVERNMENT VALID?
- All Parliaments require authority from somewhere to make Laws.
- Where does the Victorian Parliament receive its authority from?
- Answer; the Victorian Constitution section 16 and the Commonwealth Constitution section 108.
- The Victorian Constitution is subject to the Commonwealth Constitution Section106.
- Local Government relies on the Local Government Act 1989 (Vic) for its existence.
- The Local Government Act 1989 (Vic) relies on section 74A of the Victorian Constitution for its existence.
- Municipal institutions and local government, is in the Commonwealth Constitution as a department of a State Government. (Pages 935 & 936 Annotated Constitution).
- The Parliament of Victoria in 1979 amended the Victorian Constitution to in include section 74A which inserts Local Government into the Victorian Constitution.
- Can the Parliament of Victoria amend the Commonwealth Constitution?
NO. Only the people of the Commonwealth can do that by means of section 128 (referendum) of such Constitution.
- Can the Parliament of Victoria create any Laws that are inconsistent with the Commonwealth Constitution?
NO. See section 106 & 108 Commonwealth Constitution.
Some more Facts.
- Therefore Section 74A of the Victorian Constitution is unlawful and as a result so is the Local Government Act 1989 and consequently so is Local Government as a Government.
- Local Government can only be a Department of a State, and Departments of State Governments cannot govern us, cannot create Laws (Local Laws) and above all cannot Tax us (Rates).
- Given that Municipal institutions and local government, is in the Commonwealth Constitution as a department of a State Government and that in 1979 the Victorian Parliament altered its Constitution to include a 3rd or an essential tier of Government which has effetely altered or is at least repugnant with the Commonwealth Constitution.
Now the question for all Victorian State politicians.
In 1979 where did the Victorian Parliament get its authority from to alter or at least make laws that are repugnant with the Commonwealth Constitution?
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Police officer Kieran John Atkin manning a breath-test station. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen
Two police officers falsely claimed a man rammed their patrol car and assaulted and detained him, court documents allege.
The two officers, Kieran John Atkin and Brennan Roberts, appeared before Melbourne Magistrates Court on Wednesday to face charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice and assault.
Charge sheets tendered to court allege the two officers claimed the man rammed their police car with his car in Hillside, in Melbourne's north-western suburbs, on August 22 last year.
The pair also assaulted and then "injuriously imprisoned" him, the charge sheets allege.
Mr Roberts, 25, faces three charges, of attempting to pervert the course of justice, assaulting and imprisoning the man and signing a police statement that he knew to be untrue.
Mr Atkin, 32, faces the same charges, along with three extra counts of assault and charges of careless driving and dangerous driving.
The court heard investigators had CCTV footage related to the allegations against the officers.
Magistrate Donna Bakos granted bail to both men to return to court on August 18.
Victoria Police said Mr Atkin and Mr Roberts had been suspended following an investigation by professional standards officers after a police pursuit last year.
A police spokeswoman said Mr Atkin was a senior constable and Mr Roberts was a constable.
It is not known what station the officers are based at, though a charge sheet alleges they signed a police statement they knew to be untrue in Sunshine.
Monday, June 23, 2014
A Senate inquiry is set to recommend cash bounties for whistleblowers who expose corporate wrongdoing.
The inquiry will also call on the Australian Securities and Investments Commission to set up a dedicated office to handle such informants, according to Fairfax Media.
ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft recently warned that budget cuts would force the regulator to rely more heavily on tip-offs to investigate corporate fraud.
The Senate inquiry, which will deliver its report this week, scrutinised the way ASIC handled whistleblowers at the centre of the Commonwealth Bank finance planning scandal, whose original tip-off of serious misconduct within the bank's financial planning arm was not acted upon for 16 months.
Australia reportedly is regarded as having poor legal protections for corporate whistleblowers, who complain the system leaves them isolated and vulnerable to victimisation.
Groups including the Tax Justice Network and the Australian Federal Police Association argue that a reward system for corporate informants, such as offering a percentage of any funds recouped, could encourage more people to come forward with tip-offs.
ninemsn.com.au 23 jun 2014
Excellent to hear that the 'law' is going after the 'big fish' of corporate crime.
Let's start by this on public record by naming the trademark 'CCV' (Civic Compliance Victoria) operating fraudulently with the 'Sheriff's Office' under the directorship of Brendan Facey.
The Duke of Cambridge celebrated his 32nd birthday on Saturday and he received a very special, and expensive, gift from his grandmother the Queen.
We hear the prince received a 2008 Augusta A109S Grand helicopter from the British monarch costing a whopping $13.6 million!
The helicopter, which features leather interior, will be used for travel to and from official engagements and can hold up to seven passengers plus one pilot, so it seems the Duke and Duchess and little Prince George will be arriving in style to their upcoming engagements.
The elaborate gift is the perfect for the former helicopter pilot – previously known as Flight Lt. William Wales – who gave up his role in September 2013 after his son Prince George, was born.
While it’s now known whether William will pilot the craft himself, when it’s not being used, the royals new ride will be parked alongside the Queen’s private helicopter in Hampshire at RAF Odiham.
“The word is that this new chopper will be used mostly for William and Kate, although other family members can use it too,” a source told the Inquistitr.
A spokesman for the royal family said the Augusta has been leased for Prince William and Catherine's use because it provides better safety and security for its very special passengers.
womansday.com.au 23 Jun 2014
Is this 32nd birthday present for a 32nd degree Freemason?
Apparently the corporate media gave (false?) information only a little while ago that the Queen was down to her last couple of millions.
The Queen married her third cousin Prince Phillip, to produce their offspring, then in order to thin the incestuous blood people like Dianna and Kate are brought in and then disposed of if uncomfortable to the lizard queen.